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Serial Killer

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Ein Serienmörder ist in der Regel eine Person, die drei oder mehr Personen ermordet, normalerweise im Dienste einer abnormalen psychologischen Befriedigung, wobei die Morde über einen Monat andauern und einen erheblichen Zeitraum zwischen ihnen. Serial Killer (Originaltitel: Postmortem) ist ein US-amerikanischer Thriller aus dem Jahr Regie führte Albert Pyun, das Drehbuch schrieben John Lowry. Der Serial-Killer-Film, auch Serienmörderfilm oder Serienkillerfilm, ist ein Subgenre des Kriminalfilms und kann Elemente des Thrillers, des Polizeifilms oder des. Many translated example sentences containing "serial killer" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German translations. saisonfinale.eu: Finden Sie Serial Killer in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-​Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. In another, he attempts to catch a serial killer who's modeling his attacks on those of a jailed killer whom Bergman brought behind bars. serial killer Bedeutung, Definition serial killer: 1. someone who repeatedly murders people: 2. someone who repeatedly murders people.

Serial Killer

serial killer Bedeutung, Definition serial killer: 1. someone who repeatedly murders people: 2. someone who repeatedly murders people. In another, he attempts to catch a serial killer who's modeling his attacks on those of a jailed killer whom Bergman brought behind bars. Übersetzung im Kontext von „serial killer“ in Italienisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: Un bel vantaggio per un serial killer.

May have had an accomplice. Raped and killed at least 16 boys and teenagers. Nicknamed the " Tehran Desert Vampire ".

Was convicted and executed after being lashed in front of a crowd in Known as the Ogre or Beast of Ardennes. He was caught after a failed kidnapping in Nicknamed the Phoenix Strangler after the area in which he committed his crimes; he raped and strangled 19 women; arrested, he was found guilty of 16 murders.

Confessed to luring 16 prostitutes to his home and killing them in an attempt to "cleanse" the city of Mashhad. His actions were dubbed "The Spider Murders".

Dahmer ate some of his victims and kept their body parts in his freezer. Was sentenced to life imprisonment; murdered in prison in Nicknamed El Mataviejas The Old Lady Killer , he raped and killed at least 16 elderly women, aged from 61 to 93 years old, in and around Santander , Cantabria.

He went unrecognized for over a year because he moved his victims into their beds after they were killed; no autopsies were made and the deaths were attributed to natural causes.

He also took trophies from his victims that he held in a particular room of his home; about 10 percent of these trophies remained unclaimed, implying the existence of other victims.

Nicknamed Panga man for his use of a machete locally known as a "panga". He stabbed and robbed his victims between and ; arrested, he was executed by hanging in Pleaded guilty to and convicted of 16 murders and 19 rapes committed over the nine-month period of April to December Raped and strangled women in the Donnybrook area.

Convicted of 16 murders and 19 rapes, nine kidnappings, robbery and assault. Killed prostitutes in the "Skid Row" area of E.

Sprague Avenue in Spokane , Washington. Sentenced to years in prison and two death sentences. Killed 16 people in California , Nevada , Texas.

A habitual criminal, confessed to the rape and murder of over 20 young and adolescent males. Escaped from prison several times and was declared a " manipulative institutionalized sociopath ".

Known as the " Ust-Kamenogorsk Maniac"; Kazakhstani rapist who killed girls and women who spoke negatively of men; executed Known as "The Strangler"; raped and strangle women in Moscow, also killing one of the victims' son; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Also known as the Hwaseong serial murders. Most of the victims were bound, gagged, and strangled to death with their own clothes. It sparked the largest criminal case in South Korea with two million officers mobilized and over 21, suspects investigated.

He later confessed to killing 15 people, in addition to the murder of his sister-in-law. Murdered a homeless man and was institutionalized.

After escaping the institution, he went on to kill ten other men and was arrested. In , he and several other inmates killed three others and Vargas fed their remains to them.

Ravinder Kumar. Serial rapist who killed children of poor families. Unidentified serial killer s who killed at least 15 Atlanta women in , possibly as many as 21 in total.

Prostitutes he kidnapped were released into the Alaskan wilderness for him to hunt down like animals. Based on discovered remains, police suspect him of six murders in addition to the 15 for which he was convicted.

Sentenced to years plus life. Died from unspecified health problems in Known as the "Railroad Killer" because his killings were committed near the railroad tracks he used to traverse the country.

He was also suspected in a California murder case and claimed two additional killings he refused to elaborate on. Convicted of killing 15 people in Los Angeles in the s and s.

Killed his victims with an axe or a knife in the s; executed by hanging in Stalked his victims, then would beat and bite them while they were asleep.

Died from natural causes a few years after his arrest. Killed five prostitutes; imprisoned and released, after which he killed 10 more; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Known as the "One-Armed Bandit"; killed people in the forest near the Prigorodny settlement using a revolver; executed Believed to have killed over 80 women in multiple states, in Watts accepted a plea bargain in Texas in which he would plead guilty to a lesser charge and be granted immunity from murder charges in exchange for providing information on his victims; as a result he confessed to 12 murders and was sentenced to 60 years in prison on the lesser charge.

He was sentenced to life imprisonment in separate trials in Michigan in and , and died of cancer a week after the sentence was handed down. Known as the "Leningrad Maniac" and the "Hellraiser"; murdered people for monetary reasons at his hut in Leningrad; executed Unidentified killer who shot couples in lovers lanes and mutilated the women, taking their sexual organs and in the last two cases, also their left breast.

Pacciani was scheduled for retrial in when he died after taking medication contraindicated to his heart problems.

Pacciani's two alleged accomplices, Mario Vanni and Giancarlo Lotti, were sentenced to life and 30 years in prison, respectively. Some believe that none of the accused were guilty, and that Lotti incriminated himself and the other two because he was homeless and wanted to live in prison.

West Germany. Committed arson and burglary, served two years of a five-year sentence. Within a year of his release, he raped and murdered two children in Under a plea bargain, he was sentenced to 25 years.

Sentenced to life without parole. Died of cardiac arrest in Unidentified serial killer who sketched then stabbed to death 14 gay men in San Francisco.

Surviving victims did not wish to testify, so the killer was not identified. Marcelo Costa de Andrade. Drank the blood of his victims. Found not guilty by reason of insanity.

Known as The Psychopath from Alto Hospicio; killed 14 women. Sentenced to life imprisonment in Known as the "Velsk Chikatilo"; killed female hitchhikers in the town of Velsk , most of them while out on prison leave; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Killed people out of personal hostility; also raped two young girls; sentenced to life imprisonment. Kidnapped, raped and murdered people; committed suicide.

Known as "The brick killer". Killed 14 homeless men with rocks or bricks when they were asleep. Sentenced to death in May Sentenced to death for the murders of two people; confessed to 44 other murders; 11 were substantiated and he was suspected in the others.

Norwegian-born murder-for-profit killer who murdered her suitors and relatives in Indiana. High possibility of committing over 40 murders.

May have faked her own death in the fire that destroyed her home in ; her children had died of strychnine poisoning before the fire, and the woman's body found next to them was decapitated and, reportedly, smaller than Gunness' own.

Cleveland Torso Murderer. Unidentified serial killer, also known as "The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run", who targeted drifters and derelicts, of whom only two were identified, between and in Cleveland , Ohio.

Confessed to strangling 38 elderly residents of Riga, Latvia, in Convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for the robbery and murder of Killed 13 people between 28 June , and 24 August , in Los Angeles.

Known as the "Night Stalker". Raped and murdered women, mostly sex workers, around Pietermaritzburg and the Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal. Killed 13 women between 30 October , and 17 November Most victims were killed by a combination of bludgeoning and stabbing, and all but two were killed in the county of Yorkshire.

Owing to the modus operandi and location of the murders, Sutcliffe became known as the "Yorkshire Ripper. After three years he was sent to a secure psychiatric facility, where he served 25 years before being found "fit to leave" in Government officials and courts ruled in that he will never be released.

In , he was declared "no longer mentally ill", and transferred to a maximum security prison. Francisco Antonio Laureana. Raped 15 women in San Isidro , killing 13 of them.

Shot and killed during a firefight with police. Known as the "Granny Ripper"; killed and allegedly cannibalized people in her apartment; committed to a psychiatric clinic.

Despite detailed confessions, prosecutors decided not to try him for the first three crimes, instead focusing on crimes that conflicted with his insanity plea.

Although Albert DeSalvo was widely thought to be the Boston Strangler, police and others analysing the case have long doubted the truth of his confession.

DeSalvo's body was exhumed for DNA testing, and compared to a substance found on the exhumed body of the Boston Strangler's last victim. In , it was declared not to match, but in officials announced that improvements in DNA extraction technology produced viable samples from the degraded evidence.

DeSalvo's body was reexhumed and found to match. Known as "The Kansas City Strangler". Killed up to 13 prostitutes in the Kansas City area from to Sentenced to life in Known as the "Smolensky Strangler"; tortured and murdered women for sexual pleasure; four other innocent men were initially convicted for his crimes; executed Known as the Irkutsk Monster; [] killed at least 13 victims from — Known as the "Grim Maniac"; killed his father in , and after release, killed 12 more people while intoxicated; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Known at the "Shivering Creature"; robbed and killed elderly people around the Moscow Oblast and Vladimir Oblast ; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Paranoid schizophrenic who killed people who beat him in chess games; sentenced to compulsory treatment.

Known as "The Beast of Atteridgeville ", he was found guilty of 13 counts of murder and 12 counts of sodomy from — Committed suicide by throwing himself under a bus while being pursued by police in Mukosi Freddy Mulaudzi.

Known as "The Limpopo Serial Killer"; escaped convict, originally responsible for two murders, who murdered 11 more after his prison escape; given 11 life sentences.

Known as the "Sugar cane serial killer", [] he murdered 13 women. Convicted in Unidentified serial killer who shot gay men in the head except one, who was bludgeoned in the Paturis Park of Carapicuiba.

Raped and killed minors in the Nabeul region; executed by hanging in Known as the "Sandman"; sexually abused young boys in their sleep, then poisoned them; suspected of murders in total.

He was suspected of 31 murders. Two victims had been murdered while Gaskins had been incarcerated—one while Gaskins had been on death row.

Later claimed on death row that he had murdered between 80 and victims. Executed by electric chair in Previously served 10 years of a year sentence for beating his baby daughter to death.

Beginning two years after his release, this county store clerk raped, stabbed, strangled, and sometimes mutilated 12 or more prostitutes in Riverside County, California.

Vladimir Romanov. Known as the "Kaliningrad Maniac"; pedophile who raped and murdered girls and young women in the Kaliningrad Oblast ; committed suicide while imprisoned.

Killed prostitutes in the St. Louis area from to Caught when he mailed an Expedia. Louis newspaper. Committed suicide by hanging in prison.

Picked up young men in London between and and dismembered them, keeping various body parts around his home. Convicted of strangling 12 female victims aged 12 to 28 and suspected in another three cases.

One of the "Hillside Stranglers". French con man known as "The Bikini Killer" or "The Serpent" that targeted Western tourists in vacation spots of South-east Asia, often with the help of female accomplices.

Imprisoned in India from to , and from serving a life sentence in Nepal. Killed 12 people in southern Finland between October and November in , and he was also known by nickname "Kerpeikkari", which means ' executioner '.

He was initially sentenced to death, but the sentence was changed by order of the Emperor to 40 lashes and life imprisonment in Suomenlinna.

He has been characterized as the first serial killer in Finland. Killed seven people after a Yemeni reunion; fled prison, then proceeded to kill a young couple and three more people; killed during a shootout with police.

Nikolai Shestakov. Known as the "Luberetsky Maniac"; truck driver who raped and killed girls and young women; supposedly executed in Anatoly Sedykh.

Raped and killed women around Lipetsk , then robbed their corpses; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Known as "The Midtown Slasher"; racist who killed 12 people, all but one of them African Americans, in and , between upstate New York and Georgia, mutilating two of them.

Sentenced to life imprisonment, died in prison age 33 of breast cancer. Unidentified serial killer who carried out a series of indiscriminate poisonings in Japan in that killed Self-proclaimed witch that abducted, prostituted, murdered and made potions with the bodies of small children that she sold in Barcelona.

Remains of 12 different children were identified in her home, but she is believed to have murdered more.

Murdered in prison by fellow immates while awaiting trial in Strangled gay men and buried their bodies in his backyard in Indiana and Ohio; 11 men were found in the yard but only five were identified.

Committed suicide by shooting himself when faced with arrest. Ringleader in the Snowtown murders aka Bodies in the Barrels Murders ; sentenced to 11 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole.

Killed at least 11 boys in the Moscow area between and Female wrestler who bludgeoned or strangled elderly women to rob them.

Sentenced to years. Sold flesh of his victims as 'ostrich meat' and kept eyeballs in wine. Served 14 years in Austrian prison because of a murder in ; killed at least nine prostitutes after his release.

Was a small media star in Austrian media in the early s and, on behalf of Austrian police, was arrested in the US, where he may have killed another three prostitutes.

Hanged himself in after being sentenced to life in prison. Known as the "Skid Row Slasher". Killed 11 people, suspected of two more.

Cut victims' throats from ear to ear and may have drank their blood. Known as "The Woodward Corridor Killer". Raped and strangled his victims before abandoning their bodies in vacant buildings.

Died in prison in , age 29, from AIDS. Responsible for 11 deaths between and Died of leukemia in , age Considered a dangerous offender , meaning that Olson could never have been released from prison.

He had three parole applications rejected. Nicknamed " Bluebeard ", he put notes in the lonely hearts section of newspapers under different aliases, presenting himself as a widower that wanted to marry a war widow.

He killed at least 10 women and the teenage son of one of them, and burned their bodies after he had gained access to their assets.

Executed by guillotine in Remains of 11 women, who disappeared between and , were found buried in the desert in Albuquerque, New Mexico in and attributed to a bone collector.

Known as The Cleveland Strangler, he was convicted of killing 11 women between and , and is suspected in another series of murders in the s, with the two sets of killings separated by a year stint in prison.

Murdered 11 women between and Sentenced to life in prison. Known as "The Killer Beggar". A necrophilic , schizophrenic homeless man found insane and confined to a psychiatric hospital after killing 11 prostitutes and other homeless people between and Convicted of 11 murders and multiple other crimes including attempted murder and sexual assault.

Killed 11 elderly women aged 68 to 95 and raped six others. Sentenced to death but commuted to life in prison after Turkey abolished the death penalty in Teenage serial killer known as the "Hamamatsu Deaf Killer" for having being born deaf.

Murdered 11 people including his brother and attacked many others, among them his father, sister, brother-in-law and nephew.

Tried as an adult and executed by hanging. Known as the "singing serial killer" and "Ryan", the artistic name he adopted while awaiting his execution in prison, where he recorded an album and wrote his autobiography.

Francisco de Assis Pereira. Pereira found his victims by posing as a talent scout for a modeling agency. Raped and murdered garment workers after being rejected by his lover.

Known as "Chinese Jack the Ripper"; killed women and then mutilated their corpses. Marie Alexandrine Becker.

Seduced, raped and then killed women in his home; sentenced to life imprisonment. Yevgeny Petrov. Known as the "Novouralsk Ripper"; pedophile who kidnapped, raped and killed young girls around Novouralsk, mutilating and burning their corpses afterwards; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Known as Der Totmacher "The Deadmaker". Convicted of killing a salesman and nine women. Claimed to have killed Known as "The Weekend Murderer" killed up to 17 people.

Long Island serial killer. Unidentified serial killer also known as "The Gilgo Beach Killer". Believed to have murdered 10 to 14 people associated with the sex trade over a period of 15 years.

Convicted of a manslaughter; killed 10 people across America in three months in mids including two children and a Southside Slayer victim. Joseph James DeAngelo.

Committed at least 12 murders, 50 rapes, and burglaries across California in the s and s. He was identified and arrested in after DNA evidence confirmed it was him.

Lonnie David Franklin Jr. Known as the "Grim Sleeper" for the alleged year hiatus he took from murdering between and Shot and strangled his victims, mostly women, around South Los Angeles.

Strangled women around Smolensk ; suspected of the drowning death of another woman; died in from pneumonia while in a special psychiatric hospital.

Executed by lethal injection on 23 May Known as "Boetie Boer"; raped, sodomised and murdered 10 victims from — Sentenced to seven life terms.

Kidnapped 19 people, raped 17, and murdered Sentenced to 16 consecutive life sentences plus years in prison; hanged himself three weeks after conviction.

Called "The Co-ed Butcher. He was released in In and , he murdered and dismembered six young women, then killed his mother and her friend.

He was sentenced to eight counts of seven years to life. Known as the BTK Killer. Murdered 10 people in Sedgwick County in and around Wichita , Kansas, between and Sentenced to life imprisonment with no parole for years.

Known as "the baby faced killer"; responsible for 10 murders. Escaped from prison and later recaptured. Secondary ringleader in the Snowtown murders and best friend of John Justin Bunting ; sentenced to 10 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole.

Transient baby-sitter who strangled children in her care. Declared insane. Hanged herself in prison in Confessed to 10 murders in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The victims were all women that he knew. Convicted of strangling 10 women. Died in prison from a heart attack in Killed 10 girls who were between the ages of five and nine.

He was arrested from Bahadurgargh, Haryana after a long chase by Haryana police. A former soldier who targeted ATM users.

He killed 10 people and evaded the law for eight years, before being shot in a shootout with police after a year-long manhunt. Sentenced to death in for killing 10 women, including his wife and mother-in-law.

Known as the "Resort Maniac"; Ukrainian who raped, killed and dismembered women in St. Petersburg, supposedly cannibalizing one of the victims; sentenced to compulsory treatment.

Oleg Kuznetsov. Robbed, raped and killed people around Russia and Ukraine; sentenced to death but commuted to life imprisonment. Known as "Agent "; killed and raped women, managing to avoid capture through suspected knowledge of the investigation against him; executed by firing squad in German trucker who confessed to having abducted, tortured and killed five prostitutes through his route in Western Europe , plus strangling a year-old girl in his native West Germany in , when he was Police considered him perpetrator of nine murders with four more being possible ; he hanged himself in prison before being convicted.

Former security guard who was convicted of seven murders and two assassinations, but confessed to a reporter that he murdered people; sentenced to 20 years in prison and released on parole in Charged with nine murders and seven attempted murders.

Dubbed "The Vampire of Düsseldorf" by the contemporary media. Killed nine people in two states, including a family of three; his wife implicated him in 34 total murders in different states; executed by lethal injection in Known as the "Station Strangler", convicted of only one of 22 cases of murder and sodomy of young children near Cape Town.

Convicted of killing nine people, but suspected in the murder of dozens. He is known as the "Criminal Backpacker" due to his travels throughout France.

He left a trail of bodies wherever he went. Convicted of nine murders but believed to have committed 17; also suspected of being the unidentified Long Island serial killer.

Sentenced to years to imprisonment for life. Murdered between nine and 25 children—of which one was her own—during a seven-year period.

In , she was sentenced to death in one of the most talked about trials in Danish history, that changed legislation on childcare.

The sentence was later commuted to life in prison. Overbye was working as a professional child minder, caring for babies born outside of marriage, murdering her charges.

She strangled them, drowned them or burned them to death in her masonry heater. The corpses were either cremated, buried or hidden in the loft.

Known as "The Broomstick Killer"; death sentence for triple-murder was commuted. Killed again three days after parole and 10 further times in Waco, Texas until Robert Joseph Silveria Jr.

Known as "The Boxcar Killer"; freight train rider convicted of beating to death fellow transients and confessed to dozens more. Known as "The Thrill Killer".

Killed at least nine people in Monmouth County , New Jersey and is suspected in at least two other murders. Described in his personal diary how he killed 11 men who were alcoholics and tramps.

Confessed to eating body parts of his victims. Found guilty of nine murders and sentenced to life imprisonment. New Bedford Highway Killer.

Unidentified serial killer who killed nine women and disappearance of two others between and Maryvale serial shooter.

Motorist who shot 12 people in separate events in Phoenix, Arizona , killing nine. Aaron Saucedo was charged with the shootings and two additional murders in Known as the "Grandfather Ripper"; pensioner who lured, killed and then dismembered prostitutes and alcohol abusers in his home, disposing of the remains in garbage containers after; died while imprisoned at a corrective labor colony.

Edgecombe County Serial Killer. Unidentified serial killer who killed nine women and possibly another who disappeared since around Rocky Mount, North Carolina.

Antwan Pittman was convicted in one case. White supremacist shooter who confessed to 20 murders and several attempted murders.

A serial rapist, Kodaira killed his father-in-law in and eight to 10 women in Japan between and , engaging in necrophilia after the fifth murder.

Previously s he had been deployed to Northern China as a sailor in the Imperial Japanese Navy , where he was free to target the locals. Hanged in Keith Hunter Jesperson.

Dubbed the "Happy Face Killer", Jesperson was convicted of killing eight women by strangulation. Was convicted of at least five murders, though his actual total is estimated to be much higher.

Strangled or shot people to rob them, using a gun he had stolen from a policeman after running him over with his car.

Military instructor suspected of killing boys and men in Marne; committed suicide before trial. Killed eight women during a spree before accidentally shooting himself; suspected in the disappearance and murder of more than five more.

Unidentified serial killer of at least eight people in the New Orleans area from May to October Known as the "Povorinsky Maniac"; kidnapped, raped and killed hitchhikers in his hometown of Povorino , possibly abusing their corpses; initially sentenced to death, but later reduced to 15 years imprisonment and released in Known as the "Boozing Barber", he would typically find alcoholic women in bars in Vancouver 's destitute Downtown Eastside , buy them drinks or pay them for sex and encourage them to drink with him.

When they passed out, he would pour more liquor down their throats. The resulting deaths were reported as alcohol poisoning and generally ignored by police as the intentional murders blended in with the common occurrence in that neighbourhood.

Died in Lured women in a park at night and hacked them with an axe as part of a plan to rid the world of prostitution.

Also cooked parts of his victims and ate them himself or served them to other people as part of ethnic dishes.

Found innocent by reason of insanity and interned in a mental institution. Manuel Delgado Villegas. Confessed to the impulsive murders of 48 people of different sex, age, wealth and sexual orientation in three countries including his girlfriend, whom he strangled during sex , but police only investigated him for 22 murders in Spain and was considered proven author of seven.

Some of his victims were killed with hand to hand combat techniques that he had learned in the Spanish Foreign Legion.

Diagnosed with XYY syndrome and interned in a mental institution until his death in Career criminal and corrupt politician responsible for numerous torture murders in the s; convincted on seven counts and executed Ivan Milat.

Convicted of the Backpacker murders ; sentenced to seven consecutive life sentences plus 18 years without the possibility of parole. May have had accomplices.

Convicted of the murder of six people in the late s, including a woman and her year-old daughter. Claims to have killed 11 others, including murders committed while on parole and while on a three-day pass from prison.

Finally imprisoned for life, killed a cellmate in Known as "The Stockwell Strangler", he was a burglar who raped and strangled at least seven elderly women after breaking into their homes.

Known as "The Trailside Killer"; murdered women on San Francisco-area hiking trails between and Vladimir Kuzmin. Raped, murdered and robbed mostly young boys and men in Moscow; assisted in his first two murders by Denis Kalistratov; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Gay serial murderer and rapist who would target homosexual men, and hide their bodies in garden planters. Murdered his godfather in ; after release, killed six cashiers in two separate store raids; also suspected of murdering a trio of German tourists.

Ohio Prostitute Killer. Supposedly murdered prostitutes and exotic dancers; his first victim was Marcia King, who was identified in Believed to have murdered several other women in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

Sentenced to death, died in Known as "The Satanist"; killed people in Barranquila for the purpose of satanic rituals. Known as "Son of Sam", he went after young women and couples killing 6 people and wounding 7 others with a.

He was caught when an eyewitness to his last murder saw he had a parking ticket on his car. He was sentenced to life in prison with parole in Drifter active throughout the United States who specialized in killing children and multiple victims after breaking into their homes.

Caught when a year-old girl survived his attack and provided a description of him. Known as "The Gentleman Killer".

Indicted of, and confessed to having committed 30 murders; convicted of six and hanged in Found guilty of the murders of six children and teenagers aged between nine and 16 from to ; executed in Known as "The Soulless"; killed between 6 and at least 15 people starting from the s, including 4 underage brothers; sentenced to 40 years imprisonment.

Former clergyman nicknamed "Father Bluebeard", killed his two wives and four of his children with the help of a fifth he was having an incestuous affair with, and whom denounced him to the authorities seven years later.

British ex-pat living in Australia. Known by the media as "The Granny Killer" as he targeted elderly women; committed suicide while in prison in Killed between six and 12 people under the influence of alcohol.

A freelance photographers who raped and strangled to death women in California. Arrested in and sentenced to death two years later. Pedro Lopez is linked to more than murders in his native Colombia and in Ecuador and Peru.

At least one-third of those murders were tribal women. He was later convicted of murdering girls in Ecuador and confessed to more murders in Colombia and Peru.

More than 20 years since, his whereabouts remain unknown. Ted Bundy loved the attention his murders garnered him, and many in the United States were more than happy to give him that attention.

The western U. Bundy was once arrested in Colorado and convicted of kidnapping, but he escaped custody, moving to Florida where he killed multiple times more.

He was eventually executed in an electric chair in He has written regularly about sports gear, stadiums, tennis, architecture, and infrastructure for Popular Mechanics , Forbes , Load More.

Robert Hansen took his victims to a secluded area, where he would let them loose and then hunt and kill them. Material gain and a comfortable lifestyle are the primary motives of comfort killers.

They often use poison, most notably arsenic , to kill their victims. Female serial killers are often comfort killers, although not all comfort killers are female.

Dorothea Puente killed her tenants for their Social Security checks and buried them in the backyard of her home. Holmes killed for insurance and business profits.

Dorothea Puente was finally arrested on a parole violation, having been on parole for a previous fraud conviction. Contract killers "hitmen" may exhibit serial killers traits, but are generally not classified as such because of third-party killing objectives and detached financial and emotional incentives.

The main objective for this type of serial killer is to gain and exert power over their victim. Such killers are sometimes abused as children , leaving them with feelings of powerlessness and inadequacy as adults.

Many power- or control-motivated killers sexually abuse their victims, but they differ from hedonistic killers in that rape is not motivated by lust as it would be with a lust murder but as simply another form of dominating the victim.

He traveled around the United States seeking women to control. Many serial killers claim that a violent culture influenced them to commit murders.

During his final interview, Ted Bundy stated that hardcore pornography was responsible for his actions. Killers who have a strong desire for fame or to be renowned for their actions desire media attention as a way of validating and spreading their crimes; fear is also a component here, as some serial killers enjoy causing fear.

An example is Dennis Rader , who sought attention from the press during his murder spree. Many movies, books, and documentaries have been created, detailing serial killers' lives and crimes.

For example, the biographical films Ted Bundy and Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile focuses on serial killer Ted Bundy 's personal life in college, leading up to his execution, and Dahmer tells the story of Jeffrey Dahmer.

Serial killers are also portrayed in fictional media, oftentimes as having substantial intelligence and looking for difficult targets, despite the contradiction with the psychological profile of serial killers.

Theories for why certain people commit serial murder have been advanced. Some theorists believe the reasons are biological, suggesting serial killers are born, not made, and that their violent behavior is a result of abnormal brain activity.

Holmes and Holmes believe that "until a reliable sample can be obtained and tested, there is no scientific statement that can be made concerning the exact role of biology as a determining factor of a serial killer personality.

The FIS suggests a social event, or series of events, during one's childhood or adolescence results in a fracturing of the personality of the serial killer.

The term "fracture" is defined as a small breakage of the personality which is often not visible to the outside world and is only felt by the killer.

Social process theory states that offenders may turn to crime due to peer pressure, family and friends. Criminal behavior is a process of interaction with social institutions, in which everyone has the potential for criminal behavior.

A child used as a scapegoat will be deprived of their capacity to feel guilt. Displaced anger could result in animal torture, as identified in the Macdonald triad , and a further lack of basic identity.

The "military theory" has been proposed as an explanation for why serial murderers kill, as some serial murderers have served in the military or related fields.

For example, according to the United States census for the year , military veterans comprised There are two theories that can be used to study the correlation between serial killing and military training: Applied learning theory states that serial killing can be learned.

The military is training for higher kill rates from servicemen while training the soldiers to be desensitized to taking a human life. They learn or believe that they learn, that it is acceptable to kill because they were praised for it in the military.

Serial killers want accreditation for the work that they have done. In both military and serial killing, the offender or the soldier may become desensitized to killing as well as compartmentalized; the soldiers do not see enemy personnel as "human" and neither do serial killers see their victims as humans.

In , the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI published a handbook titled Serial Murder which was the product of a symposium held in to bring together the many issues surrounding serial murder, including its investigation.

According to the FBI, identifying one, or multiple, murders as being the work of a serial killer is the first challenge an investigation faces, especially if the victim s come from a marginalized or high-risk population and is normally linked through forensic or behavioral evidence FBI Keppel [] suggests holding multi-jurisdictional conferences regularly to compare cases giving departments a greater chance to detect linked cases and overcome linkage blindness.

Utilizing over data points, multiple-murderer methodology and victimology ; researchers and Law Enforcement Agencies can build case studies and statistical profiles to further research the Who, What, Why and How of these types of crimes.

Leadership, or administration, should play a small or virtually non-existent role in the actual investigation past assigning knowledgeable or experienced homicide investigators to lead positions.

The administration's role is not to run the investigation but to establish and reaffirm the primary goal of catching the serial killer, as well as provide support for the investigators.

The FBI suggests completing Memorandums of Understanding to facilitate support and commitment of resources from different jurisdictions to an investigation.

Doing this in advance would save time and resources that could be used on the investigation. Organization of the structure of an investigation is key to its success, as demonstrated by the investigation of Gary Ridgway, the Green River Killer.

Once a serial murder case was established, a task force was created to track down and arrest the offender. Over the course of the investigation, for various reasons, the task force's organization was radically changed and reorganized multiple times — at one point including more than 50 full-time personnel, and at another, only a single investigator.

Eventually, what led to the end of the investigation was a conference of 25 detectives organized to share ideas to solve the case.

The FBI handbook provides a description of how a task force should be organized but offers no additional options on how to structure the investigation.

While it appears advantageous to have a full-time staff assigned to a serial murder investigation, it can become prohibitively expensive.

A common strategy, already employed by many departments for other reasons, is the conference, in which departments get together and focus on a specific set of topics.

Similar to a conference is an information clearing-house in which a jurisdiction with a suspected serial murder case collects all of its evidence and actively seeks data which may be related from other jurisdictions.

Already mentioned was the task force, [] FBI , [] Keppel [] which provides for a flexible, organized, framework for jurisdictions depending on the needs of the investigation.

Unfortunately due to the need to commit resources manpower, money, equipment, etc. In the case of the investigation of Aileen Wournos, the Marion County Sheriff coordinated multiple agencies without any written or formal agreement.

Finally, once a serial murder investigation has been identified, the use of an FBI Rapid Response Team can assist both experienced and inexperienced jurisdictions in setting up a task force.

This is completed by organizing and delegating jobs, by compiling and analyzing clues, and by establishing communication between the parties involved.

During the course of a serial murder investigation, it may become necessary to call in additional resources; the FBI defines this as Resource Augmentation.

Within the structure of a task force, the addition of a resource should be thought of as either long term or short term. If the task force's framework is expanded to include the new resource, then it should be permanent and not removed.

For short term needs, such as setting up roadblocks or canvassing a neighborhood, additional resources should be called in on a short-term basis.

The decision of whether resources are needed short or long term should be left to the lead investigator and facilitated by the administration FBI The confusion and counter productiveness created by changing the structure of a task force mid investigation is illustrated by the way the Green River Task Force's staffing and structure was changed multiple times throughout the investigation.

This made an already complicated situation more difficult, resulting in the delay or loss of information, which allowed Ridgeway to continue killing Guillen Egger offers several alternative strategies including; using investigative consultants, or experienced staff to augment an investigative team.

Not all departments have investigators experienced in serial murder and by temporarily bringing in consultants, they can educate a department to a level of competence then step out.

This would reduce the initially established framework of the investigation team and save the department the cost of retaining the consultants until the conclusion of the investigation.

The FBI handbook [] and Keppel [] both stress communication as paramount. The difference is that the FBI handbook [] concentrates primarily on communication within a task force while Keppel [] makes getting information out to and allowing information to be passed back from patrol officers a priority.

The FBI handbook [] suggests having daily e-mail or in-person briefings for all staff involved in the investigation and providing periodic summary briefings to patrol officer and managers.

Looking back on a majority of serial murderer arrests, most are exercised by patrol officers in the course of their everyday duties and unrelated to the ongoing serial murder investigation Egger , [] Keppel Keppel [] provides examples of Larry Eyler, who was arrested during a traffic stop for a parking violation, and Ted Bundy, who was arrested during a traffic stop for operating a stolen vehicle.

In each case, it was uniformed officers, not directly involved in the investigation, who knew what to look for and took the direct action that stopped the killer.

By providing up to date as opposed to periodic briefings and information to officers on the street the chances of catching a serial killer, or finding solid leads, are increased.

A serial murder investigation generates staggering amounts of data, all of which needs to be reviewed and analyzed. A standardized method of documenting and distributing information must be established and investigators must be allowed time to complete reports while investigating leads and at the end of a shift FBI During the Green River Killer investigation, reporters would often find and interview possible victims or witnesses ahead of investigators.

The understaffed investigation was unable to keep up the information flow, which prevented them from promptly responding to leads. To make matters worse, investigators believed that the journalists, untrained in interviewing victims or witnesses of crimes, would corrupt the information and result in unreliable leads Guillen Notorious and infamous serial killers number in the hundreds and a subculture revolves around their legacies.

That subculture includes the collection, sale, and display of serial killer memorabilia, dubbed " murderabilia " by one of the best-known opponents of collectors of serial killer remnants, Andrew Kahan.

He is the director of the Mayor's Crime Victims Office in Houston and is backed by the families of murder victims and " Son of Sam laws " existing in some states that prevent murderers from profiting from the publicity generated by their crimes.

Such memorabilia includes the paintings, writings, and poems of these killers. Some serial killers attain celebrity status in the way they acquire fans and may have previous personal possessions auctioned off on websites like eBay.

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Rodney Alcala is an American serial killer whose good looks and high IQ helped him lure victims. Hungarian countess Elizabeth Bathory is thought to have murdered hundreds of young women in the early 17th century.

American serial killer Israel Keyes is thought to have murdered at least 11 people before his arrest. Charles Manson was an American cult leader whose followers carried out several notorious murders in the late s, resulting in his life imprisonment.

He died in after spending more than four decades in prison. American serial killer and rapist Ted Bundy was one of the most notorious criminals of the late 20th century, known to have killed at least 36 women in the s.

He was executed in the electric chair in David Berkowitz, known as Son of Sam, murdered six people in New York City from to , claiming he received orders from a demon-possessed dog.

Holmes was the alias of one of America's first serial killers. During the Columbian Exposition, he lured victims into his elaborate 'Murder Castle.

He was arrested in thanks to a letter he sent a newspaper, and was set to be executed in the manner described by the judge who stated, "You will be strangled to death in front of the parents whose children you killed, Your body will then be cut into pieces and put in acid, the same way you killed the children.

Serial rapist-killer nicknamed "The Werewolf ", who was active for two decades in Angarsk , Irkutsk and Vladivostok.

After being convicted of 22 murders in , he confessed to an additional 59 murders, of which he was convicted of 56 in Daniel Camargo Barbosa.

Child and woman murderer, believed to have possibly raped and killed over victims, primarily targeting female children as they were more likely to be virgins.

Confessed to killing 72 victims. He claimed to have killed over victims, 47 of them inmates. He also killed his father and ate a piece of his heart.

He killed his first two victims at the age of 14; he was first arrested in Convicted and sentenced to years, but the maximum one can serve in Brazil is 30 years.

This mysterious Indian serial killer used a hammer to kill over 70 men and women between and , his last words were, "I have murdered in vain", he declared.

Known as the "Monster Killer". Would enter victims' homes at night and kill using axes, meat cleavers, hammers, and shovels.

Executed by gunshot in Soviet Union. Convicted of the murder of 53 women and children between and One man was previously convicted and executed for his first murder.

Convicted of the murders of nine people in and 43 people in — Traveled throughout Europe illegally from to ; whether he killed during this time is unknown.

Sentenced to death, later commuted to imprisonment for life. Died from heart failure in United States. Was convicted of killing three women, but later investigations linked 31 other murders to him.

Little is now thought to be America's most prolific serial killer. He claims he killed as many as 93 victims total, three above his initial confession of 90, the FBI later confirmed a total of 50 murders linked to Little.

The investigations into his crimes are ongoing. Florisvaldo de Oliveira. Nicknamed "The Butcher"; Robert Pickton was a Canadian serial killer who killed 49 women and disposed of their bodies by feeding them to his pigs.

He was convicted of only 6 murders but charged for his proven 49 victims. Unfortunately, much to the anger of the victims families, the remaining 43 charges were stayed or dropped.

Truck painter who confessed to killing 71 women. Also known as The Green River Killer. He almost exclusively targeted sex workers from Seattle.

Suspected of killing over 90 victims, confessed to 71, convicted of Known as the Chessboard Killer. Convicted of murdering 48 victims and suspected of killing Claimed to have murdered 62 people, because he did not know that two of his victims had survived; stated goal of becoming Russia's most prolific serial killer.

Killed 45 and raped 10 from to Convicted of strangling at least 42 women and girls in a series of ritual slayings he believed would give him magical powers.

Executed by firing squad in In the late s Raman Raghav went on a violent rampage in Mumbai, India. He bludgeoned 41 people to death inside their huts while they slept.

Tiago Henrique Gomes da Rocha. Brazilian security guard who confessed to the murders of 39 people. Attempted suicide in prison. Sentenced to 25 years.

South Africa. Known as South Africa's Ted Bundy. Preyed on unemployed women, posing as a businessman and luring his victims with the prospects of a job, before leading them to an isolated place, where he raped, tortured, and murdered them.

Sentenced to years imprisonment with a non-parole period of years. A former Ukrainian police criminal investigator, suffocated girls aged between eight and 18 and performed sexual acts on their bodies after they were dead.

Claims to have killed Sentenced to imprisonment for life. Strangled women. Besides killing, he also robbed his victims of money and valuable items that he would sometimes give to his wife as a gift.

Known as " Marrakesh Arch-Killer"; drugged, mutilated and murdered women; executed Romanian serial killer nicknamed, "The Black Widow" convicted of killing 35 men through arsenic poisoning but confessed to only killing 32 victims.

Renczi is the world's most prolific female serial killer. However, there is very little information about Renczi and her crimes because personal information criminal history, academic records, etc.

American serial killer known for his charisma and good looks. Bundy officially confessed to 30 homicides, but had confessed to killing 35—36 women in the past, and some estimates run upwards of or more.

Infamous for escaping from prison twice and murdering multiple victims in one day; sometimes abducting women from the same location within hours of one another.

An axe murdering voodoo priestess who murdered African-American families at nighttime. Known to have murdered a minimum of 33 teenage boys and young men between and , 26 of whom he buried in the crawl space of his Chicago home.

Gacy was known as the "Killer Clown" due to the fact he often entertained children at social events dressed in a self devised clown costume.

Executed by lethal injection in Ottoman Empire Iraq Iran. Known as "Asghar the Murderer". Killed 33 young adults in Iraq and Iran. Executed by hanging in Vasili Komaroff.

Known as "The Wolf of Moscow"; horse trader who killed 33 men. Confessed to murders and six kidnappings at the time of his arrest in he had been arrested previously in and , the second time for murder, but escaped from prison , but later retracted and claimed that he had been beaten by the police and his family threatened in order to force him to confess.

Accused of as many as murders in five southern Mexican states, convicted of 33 murders and sentenced 50 years in prison.

Tried unsuccessfully to kill himself in prison. Ramadan Abdel Rehim Mansour. Gang leader known as al-Tourbini "The Express Train". Raped and tortured homeless children, mostly boys aged 10 to 14 years old, aboard the trains between Cairo , Alexandria , Qalyubia and Beni Sueif.

The victims were usually thrown off the moving train when they were dead or in agony; other times they were thrown into the Nile or buried alive.

Executed in Killed elderly women in several Russian regions; Kazakhstani native Pavel Shayakhmetov, found guilty of killing two elderly women in Samara , was arrested on suspicion of committing these murders, but police forces believe that the real perpetrator, possibly originating from Tatarstan , is out there.

Killed and cannibalized poor travelers and homeless vagrants. Kept a ledger recording his murders with at least 31 names in it including Vincenz Olivier, his only surviving victim , thus confirming at least 30 victims.

But due to the massive amount of human remains found in his apartment, his kill count is suspected by many to exceed 42 victims.

Committed suicide by hanging himself in his holding cell before he could be tried. Francisco das Chagas Rodrigues de Brito.

Killed motorists in various municipalities before his capture. Sexually assaulted women he befriended in forests, stabbing or strangling them afterward; sentenced to death.

Robbed 22 stores in several Chinese provinces, killing 28 people in the process. He killed his victims with different instruments such as guns, rocks, a knife, and a hammer.

Authorities attributed the murders to two serial killers because of the inconsistent modus operandi. In some cases he killed his victims with a rock, in others he shot them, and in others he murdered tailors with a hammer.

Maake was arrested after Moses Sithole was found guilty of 38 killings and sentenced to 1, years in prison. Known as "The Woman Rasputin"; convent abbot believed to have murdered wealthy women and children who came into her church; the true number of her victims is a matter of debate.

She officially murdered 27 and killed an additional children through neglect. Bruce George Peter Lee.

United Kingdom. Epileptic arsonist who killed people in the city of Hull ; sentenced to life imprisonment, but was later institutionalized.

No one was ever charged with any of the murders. Corona was convicted of murdering ranch laborers and burying them in orchards.

He was sentenced to 25 terms life imprisonment. Also known as the Butcher of Hanover and the Vampire of Hanover, because of his preferred method of killing by biting through his victim's throat, sometimes while sodomizing them.

He would then dump the bodies in the nearby river Leine. Believed to have been responsible for the murder of 27 boys and young men, he was convicted, found guilty of 24 murders and executed by guillotine in Evaded arrest and conviction after the discovery of 24 bodies hidden in large metal drums on his property in At that time he was serving in the Austro-Hungarian Army , and deserted when the military was notified of the murders by civilian authorities.

His final whereabouts and fate are unknown, as is his final victim count. Killed mainly women he considered unfaithful to their husbands, sometimes the children accompanying them too; committed suicide before he could be sentenced.

Known as the "Pillow Killer"; killed and robbed old women in France's Alsace region, but also confessed to up to murders, including in Germany and Switzerland; committed suicide before trial.

Sentenced to eight life terms. Necrophiliac who primarily targeted boarding house landladies on the US West Coast during ; he was also known as "Gorilla Killer" or "the Dark Strangler".

Captured after two murders in a small now ghost town in southern Manitoba. Found guilty, hanged by Canadian authorities in January Known as the " Necrophile Rebel"; killed his victims with blows from heavy objects, then had sexual intercourse with their corpses; sentenced to civil commitment.

Colombian pedophile and serial killer. He confessed to killing 21 children in remote areas of Colombia. Would pick up young male hitch-hikers or young men from gay bars near Redondo Beach, California , and kill them.

Bonin and three accomplices are known to have murdered a minimum of 21 youths aged between 12 and 19 in and around Los Angeles. As the majority of his victims were discarded alongside various southern California freeways, Bonin became known as the Freeway Killer.

Convicted of 14 of the freeway murders, he was executed by lethal injection in Romanian man who lured victims and then murdered them with an axe.

He was arrested in after a dog found a dead body in his house. He confessed to having committed at least 26 murders. He was shot dead by a policeman while trying to escape from prison.

South Korea. Used a hammer to murder mostly older victims, until his focus shifted to the decapitation and mutilation of escorts after being dumped by a girlfriend who worked in that profession.

Known as "El Chaquero"; the first captured serial killer in Mexico, who killed prostitutes in Mexico City; died in from cerebral thromboembolism and another, unspecified cause.

Killed travelers on the road from Kabul to Jalalabad serving under Zardad Khan. Also killed his wife. Known as the "Monster of Tholeni"; killed women and children in the village of Tholeni; sentenced from 25 years to life imprisonment.

Lured female victims with promises of marriage and gave them cyanide, claiming they were contraceptive pills, Sentenced to death in Cannibal known as "The Novokuznetsk Monster"; admitted to 19 murders, but 82 bloody sets of clothes were found in his home, along with jewels and photographs of possibly unidentified victims.

Found insane and interned in a mental hospital. His mother was sentenced to 16 years in prison for luring Spesivtsev's victims to their home.

Known as "The Interstate Killer"; sentenced to death for the murder and dismemberment of year-old Daniel Bridges. He confessed to other homicides of young men and boys in five separate states.

Died of AIDS complications in Between and , a domestic servant of Indian businessman Moninder Singh Pandher, Surinder Koli, kidnapped, raped, murdered, and dismembered 19 people, mostly children.

Costa Rica. Known as the Balashikha Ripper, he was convicted for the murders of at least 19 victims. Died from tuberculosis in Known as the " Novosibirsk Maniac"; killed prostitutes in Novosibirsk; despite extensive police search and the capture of another serial killer, he was only arrested in ; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Accused of killing at least 19 women. Charged with 13 murders, he escaped during a trial transport. Killed eight more people in two months before he was recaptured.

Sentenced to 27 years. Committed suicide by slashing his wrists with a shaving blade in prison on 27 February Army deserter who committed 30 robberies and killed 19 people; one of the most infamous Latvian criminals; executed by hanging in Known as the " Krasnoyarsk Beast"; committed 70 crimes around the Krasnoyarsk area, including 19 murders and eight attempted murders; sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment.

Known as "The Saloon Killer"; robbed who murdered people around Mpumalanga in his crime spree; sentenced to years imprisonment.

Killed in various cities of Turkey. Killed 18 people in various states in Claimed 35 murders. Known as "The monster of Montmartre".

Killed and robbed elderly women. Died of AIDS in in prison before trial. Confessed to 18 rapes and murders. Sentenced to death.

Christopher Mhlengwa Zikode. Killed 18 people in three months, including a family of four; given 19 life sentences and years of imprisonment.

Lured and murdered 17 teenage boys, although he is suspected of 25 murders between September and Convicted of 17 murders and claimed Sentenced to 35 years in prison.

Sexually assaulted and then murdered children of non-Punjabi immigrants; died in while serving a life sentence. Killed people because they were "mocking" him; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Burglar who murdered 17 people, mainly prostitutes, between and , during a six-month period. Known as the "Prostitutes Killer" and the "Liguria Monster".

Known as "Satan in a skirt". Killed 17 elderly women between and Sentenced to 20 years in prison. Randy Steven Kraft. Convicted of 16 counts of murder but left a cryptic "score card" referring to at least 65 victims.

May have had an accomplice. Raped and killed at least 16 boys and teenagers. Nicknamed the " Tehran Desert Vampire ". Was convicted and executed after being lashed in front of a crowd in Known as the Ogre or Beast of Ardennes.

He was caught after a failed kidnapping in Nicknamed the Phoenix Strangler after the area in which he committed his crimes; he raped and strangled 19 women; arrested, he was found guilty of 16 murders.

Confessed to luring 16 prostitutes to his home and killing them in an attempt to "cleanse" the city of Mashhad.

His actions were dubbed "The Spider Murders". Dahmer ate some of his victims and kept their body parts in his freezer.

Was sentenced to life imprisonment; murdered in prison in Nicknamed El Mataviejas The Old Lady Killer , he raped and killed at least 16 elderly women, aged from 61 to 93 years old, in and around Santander , Cantabria.

He went unrecognized for over a year because he moved his victims into their beds after they were killed; no autopsies were made and the deaths were attributed to natural causes.

He also took trophies from his victims that he held in a particular room of his home; about 10 percent of these trophies remained unclaimed, implying the existence of other victims.

Nicknamed Panga man for his use of a machete locally known as a "panga". He stabbed and robbed his victims between and ; arrested, he was executed by hanging in Pleaded guilty to and convicted of 16 murders and 19 rapes committed over the nine-month period of April to December Raped and strangled women in the Donnybrook area.

Convicted of 16 murders and 19 rapes, nine kidnappings, robbery and assault. Killed prostitutes in the "Skid Row" area of E. Sprague Avenue in Spokane , Washington.

Sentenced to years in prison and two death sentences. Killed 16 people in California , Nevada , Texas. A habitual criminal, confessed to the rape and murder of over 20 young and adolescent males.

Escaped from prison several times and was declared a " manipulative institutionalized sociopath ". Known as the " Ust-Kamenogorsk Maniac"; Kazakhstani rapist who killed girls and women who spoke negatively of men; executed Known as "The Strangler"; raped and strangle women in Moscow, also killing one of the victims' son; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Also known as the Hwaseong serial murders. Most of the victims were bound, gagged, and strangled to death with their own clothes.

It sparked the largest criminal case in South Korea with two million officers mobilized and over 21, suspects investigated.

He later confessed to killing 15 people, in addition to the murder of his sister-in-law. Murdered a homeless man and was institutionalized.

After escaping the institution, he went on to kill ten other men and was arrested. In , he and several other inmates killed three others and Vargas fed their remains to them.

Ravinder Kumar. Serial rapist who killed children of poor families. Unidentified serial killer s who killed at least 15 Atlanta women in , possibly as many as 21 in total.

Prostitutes he kidnapped were released into the Alaskan wilderness for him to hunt down like animals. Based on discovered remains, police suspect him of six murders in addition to the 15 for which he was convicted.

Sentenced to years plus life. Died from unspecified health problems in Known as the "Railroad Killer" because his killings were committed near the railroad tracks he used to traverse the country.

He was also suspected in a California murder case and claimed two additional killings he refused to elaborate on.

Convicted of killing 15 people in Los Angeles in the s and s. Killed his victims with an axe or a knife in the s; executed by hanging in Stalked his victims, then would beat and bite them while they were asleep.

Died from natural causes a few years after his arrest. Killed five prostitutes; imprisoned and released, after which he killed 10 more; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Known as the "One-Armed Bandit"; killed people in the forest near the Prigorodny settlement using a revolver; executed Believed to have killed over 80 women in multiple states, in Watts accepted a plea bargain in Texas in which he would plead guilty to a lesser charge and be granted immunity from murder charges in exchange for providing information on his victims; as a result he confessed to 12 murders and was sentenced to 60 years in prison on the lesser charge.

He was sentenced to life imprisonment in separate trials in Michigan in and , and died of cancer a week after the sentence was handed down.

Known as the "Leningrad Maniac" and the "Hellraiser"; murdered people for monetary reasons at his hut in Leningrad; executed Unidentified killer who shot couples in lovers lanes and mutilated the women, taking their sexual organs and in the last two cases, also their left breast.

Pacciani was scheduled for retrial in when he died after taking medication contraindicated to his heart problems. Pacciani's two alleged accomplices, Mario Vanni and Giancarlo Lotti, were sentenced to life and 30 years in prison, respectively.

Some believe that none of the accused were guilty, and that Lotti incriminated himself and the other two because he was homeless and wanted to live in prison.

West Germany. Committed arson and burglary, served two years of a five-year sentence. Within a year of his release, he raped and murdered two children in Under a plea bargain, he was sentenced to 25 years.

Sentenced to life without parole. Died of cardiac arrest in Unidentified serial killer who sketched then stabbed to death 14 gay men in San Francisco.

Surviving victims did not wish to testify, so the killer was not identified. Marcelo Costa de Andrade. Drank the blood of his victims.

Found not guilty by reason of insanity. Known as The Psychopath from Alto Hospicio; killed 14 women. Sentenced to life imprisonment in Known as the "Velsk Chikatilo"; killed female hitchhikers in the town of Velsk , most of them while out on prison leave; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Killed people out of personal hostility; also raped two young girls; sentenced to life imprisonment. Kidnapped, raped and murdered people; committed suicide.

Known as "The brick killer". Killed 14 homeless men with rocks or bricks when they were asleep. Sentenced to death in May Sentenced to death for the murders of two people; confessed to 44 other murders; 11 were substantiated and he was suspected in the others.

Norwegian-born murder-for-profit killer who murdered her suitors and relatives in Indiana. High possibility of committing over 40 murders.

May have faked her own death in the fire that destroyed her home in ; her children had died of strychnine poisoning before the fire, and the woman's body found next to them was decapitated and, reportedly, smaller than Gunness' own.

Cleveland Torso Murderer. Unidentified serial killer, also known as "The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run", who targeted drifters and derelicts, of whom only two were identified, between and in Cleveland , Ohio.

Confessed to strangling 38 elderly residents of Riga, Latvia, in Convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for the robbery and murder of Killed 13 people between 28 June , and 24 August , in Los Angeles.

Known as the "Night Stalker". Raped and murdered women, mostly sex workers, around Pietermaritzburg and the Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal.

Killed 13 women between 30 October , and 17 November Most victims were killed by a combination of bludgeoning and stabbing, and all but two were killed in the county of Yorkshire.

Owing to the modus operandi and location of the murders, Sutcliffe became known as the "Yorkshire Ripper. After three years he was sent to a secure psychiatric facility, where he served 25 years before being found "fit to leave" in Government officials and courts ruled in that he will never be released.

In , he was declared "no longer mentally ill", and transferred to a maximum security prison. Francisco Antonio Laureana. Raped 15 women in San Isidro , killing 13 of them.

Shot and killed during a firefight with police. Known as the "Granny Ripper"; killed and allegedly cannibalized people in her apartment; committed to a psychiatric clinic.

Despite detailed confessions, prosecutors decided not to try him for the first three crimes, instead focusing on crimes that conflicted with his insanity plea.

Although Albert DeSalvo was widely thought to be the Boston Strangler, police and others analysing the case have long doubted the truth of his confession.

DeSalvo's body was exhumed for DNA testing, and compared to a substance found on the exhumed body of the Boston Strangler's last victim.

In , it was declared not to match, but in officials announced that improvements in DNA extraction technology produced viable samples from the degraded evidence.

DeSalvo's body was reexhumed and found to match. Known as "The Kansas City Strangler". Killed up to 13 prostitutes in the Kansas City area from to Sentenced to life in Known as the "Smolensky Strangler"; tortured and murdered women for sexual pleasure; four other innocent men were initially convicted for his crimes; executed Known as the Irkutsk Monster; [] killed at least 13 victims from — Known as the "Grim Maniac"; killed his father in , and after release, killed 12 more people while intoxicated; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Known at the "Shivering Creature"; robbed and killed elderly people around the Moscow Oblast and Vladimir Oblast ; sentenced to life imprisonment.

Paranoid schizophrenic who killed people who beat him in chess games; sentenced to compulsory treatment. Known as "The Beast of Atteridgeville ", he was found guilty of 13 counts of murder and 12 counts of sodomy from — Committed suicide by throwing himself under a bus while being pursued by police in Mukosi Freddy Mulaudzi.

Known as "The Limpopo Serial Killer"; escaped convict, originally responsible for two murders, who murdered 11 more after his prison escape; given 11 life sentences.

Known as the "Sugar cane serial killer", [] he murdered 13 women. Convicted in Unidentified serial killer who shot gay men in the head except one, who was bludgeoned in the Paturis Park of Carapicuiba.

Raped and killed minors in the Nabeul region; executed by hanging in Known as the "Sandman"; sexually abused young boys in their sleep, then poisoned them; suspected of murders in total.

He was suspected of 31 murders. Two victims had been murdered while Gaskins had been incarcerated—one while Gaskins had been on death row.

Later claimed on death row that he had murdered between 80 and victims. Executed by electric chair in Previously served 10 years of a year sentence for beating his baby daughter to death.

Beginning two years after his release, this county store clerk raped, stabbed, strangled, and sometimes mutilated 12 or more prostitutes in Riverside County, California.

Vladimir Romanov. Known as the "Kaliningrad Maniac"; pedophile who raped and murdered girls and young women in the Kaliningrad Oblast ; committed suicide while imprisoned.

Killed prostitutes in the St. Louis area from to Caught when he mailed an Expedia. Louis newspaper.

Committed suicide by hanging in prison. Picked up young men in London between and and dismembered them, keeping various body parts around his home. Convicted of strangling 12 female victims aged 12 to 28 and suspected in another three cases.

One of the "Hillside Stranglers". French con man known as "The Bikini Killer" or "The Serpent" that targeted Western tourists in vacation spots of South-east Asia, often with the help of female accomplices.

Imprisoned in India from to , and from serving a life sentence in Nepal. Killed 12 people in southern Finland between October and November in , and he was also known by nickname "Kerpeikkari", which means ' executioner '.

He was initially sentenced to death, but the sentence was changed by order of the Emperor to 40 lashes and life imprisonment in Suomenlinna.

He has been characterized as the first serial killer in Finland. Killed seven people after a Yemeni reunion; fled prison, then proceeded to kill a young couple and three more people; killed during a shootout with police.

Nikolai Shestakov. Known as the "Luberetsky Maniac"; truck driver who raped and killed girls and young women; supposedly executed in Anatoly Sedykh.

Raped and killed women around Lipetsk , then robbed their corpses; sentenced to life imprisonment. Known as "The Midtown Slasher"; racist who killed 12 people, all but one of them African Americans, in and , between upstate New York and Georgia, mutilating two of them.

Sentenced to life imprisonment, died in prison age 33 of breast cancer. Unidentified serial killer who carried out a series of indiscriminate poisonings in Japan in that killed Self-proclaimed witch that abducted, prostituted, murdered and made potions with the bodies of small children that she sold in Barcelona.

Remains of 12 different children were identified in her home, but she is believed to have murdered more. Murdered in prison by fellow immates while awaiting trial in Strangled gay men and buried their bodies in his backyard in Indiana and Ohio; 11 men were found in the yard but only five were identified.

Committed suicide by shooting himself when faced with arrest. Ringleader in the Snowtown murders aka Bodies in the Barrels Murders ; sentenced to 11 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole.

Killed at least 11 boys in the Moscow area between and Female wrestler who bludgeoned or strangled elderly women to rob them.

Sentenced to years. Sold flesh of his victims as 'ostrich meat' and kept eyeballs in wine. Served 14 years in Austrian prison because of a murder in ; killed at least nine prostitutes after his release.

Was a small media star in Austrian media in the early s and, on behalf of Austrian police, was arrested in the US, where he may have killed another three prostitutes.

Hanged himself in after being sentenced to life in prison. Known as the "Skid Row Slasher". Disorganized serial killers are usually far more impulsive, often committing their murders with a random weapon available at the time, and usually do not attempt to hide the body.

They are likely to be unemployed, a loner, or both, with very few friends. They often turn out to have a history of mental illness, and their modus operandi M.

Some people with a pathological interest in the power of life and death tend to be attracted to medical professions or acquiring such a job. Medical professionals will kill their patients for money, for a sense of sadistic pleasure, for a belief that they are "easing" the patient's pain, or simply "because they can".

Another such killer was nurse Jane Toppan , who admitted during her murder trial that she was sexually aroused by death.

Another medical professional serial killer is Genene Jones. A 21st-century example is Canadian nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer who murdered elderly patients in the nursing homes where she worked.

Female serial killers are rare compared to their male counterparts. Farrell, Robert D. Keppel, and Victoria B. Titterington, state that "the Justice Department indicated 36 female serial killers have been active over the course of the last century.

Kelleher and Kelleher created several categories to describe female serial killers. They used the classifications of black widow , angel of death , sexual predator , revenge , profit or crime , team killer , question of sanity , unexplained , and unsolved.

In using these categories, they observed that most women fell into the categories of the black widow or team killer. The methods that female serial killers use for murder are frequently covert or low-profile, such as murder by poison the preferred choice for killing.

A study by Eric W. Peter Vronsky in Female Serial Killers maintains that female serial killers today often kill for the same reason males do: as a means of expressing rage and control.

He suggests that sometimes the theft of the victims' property by the female "black widow" type serial killer appears to be for material gain, but really is akin to a male serial killer's collecting of totems souvenirs from the victim as a way of exerting continued control over the victim and reliving it.

Before her husband's death, Elizabeth took great pleasure in torturing the staff, by jamming pins under the servant's fingernails or stripping servants and throwing them into the snow.

Elizabeth herself was neither tried nor convicted. In , however, she was imprisoned in the Csejte Castle, where she remained bricked in a set of rooms until her death four years later.

A article by Perri and Lichtenwald addressed some of the misperceptions concerning female criminality. Juvenile serial killers are rare.

There are three main categories that juvenile serial killers can fit into: primary, maturing, and secondary killers. There have been studies done to compare and contrast these three groups and to discover similarities and differences between them.

Though it is rare, the youngest felon on death row is in fact, a juvenile serial killer named Harvey Miguel Robinson. The racial demographics regarding serial killers are often subject to debate.

In the United States, the majority of reported and investigated serial killers are white males, from a lower-to-middle-class background, usually in their late 20s to early 30s.

She believes that the myth that serial killers are always white might have become "truth" in some research fields due to the over-reporting of white serial killers in the media.

In a article Anthony Walsh, professor of criminal justice at Boise State University, argued a review of post-WWII serial killings in America finds that the prevalence of non-white serial killers has typically been drastically underestimated in both professional research literature and the mass media.

As a paradigmatic case of this media double standard, Walsh cites news reporting on white killer Gary Heidnik and African-American killer Harrison Graham.

Both men were residents of Philadelphia , Pennsylvania; both imprisoned, tortured, and killed several women; and both were arrested only months apart in In one study of serial homicide in South Africa, many patterns were similar to established patterns in the U.

Beverley Allitt of London England, a nurse showing symptoms of Munchausen syndrome [] claimed 4 young lives and attempted to kill 9 others. The motives of serial killers are generally placed into four categories: visionary , mission-oriented , hedonistic , and power or control ; however, the motives of any given killer may display considerable overlap among these categories.

Visionary serial killers suffer from psychotic breaks with reality, [] sometimes believing they are another person or are compelled to murder by entities such as the Devil or God.

As the war wound down, Mullin claimed his father instructed him via telepathy to raise the number of "human sacrifices to nature" to delay a catastrophic earthquake that would plunge California into the ocean.

Mission-oriented killers typically justify their acts as "ridding the world" of certain types of people perceived as undesirable, such as the homeless , ex-cons , homosexuals, drug users , prostitutes, or people of different ethnicity or religion; however, they are generally not psychotic.

An example of a mission-oriented killer would be Joseph Paul Franklin , an American white supremacist who exclusively targeted Jewish , biracial , and African-American individuals for the purpose of inciting a " race war ".

This type of serial killer seeks thrills and derives pleasure from killing, seeing people as expendable means to this goal.

Forensic psychologists have identified three subtypes of the hedonistic killer: "lust", "thrill", and "comfort".

Sex is the primary motive of lust killers, whether or not the victims are dead, and fantasy plays a large role in their killings.

The sexual serial murderer has a psychological need to have absolute control, dominance, and power over their victims, and the infliction of torture, pain, and ultimately death is used in an attempt to fulfill their need.

As lust killers continue with their murders, the time between killings decreases or the required level of stimulation increases, sometimes both.

Kenneth Bianchi , one of the " Hillside Stranglers ", murdered women and girls of different ages, races, and appearance because his sexual urges required different types of stimulation and increasing intensity.

As his desire increased, he experimented with drugs, alcohol, and exotic sex. His increasing need for stimulation was demonstrated by the dismemberment of victims, whose heads and genitals he preserved, and by his attempts to create a "living zombie" under his control by pouring acid into a hole drilled into the victim's skull.

Dahmer once said, "Lust played a big part of it. Control and lust. Once it happened the first time, it just seemed like it had control of my life from there on in.

The killing was just a means to an end. That was the least satisfactory part. I didn't enjoy doing that. That's why I tried to create living zombies with acid and the drill.

So after that, I started using the drilling technique. The primary motive of a thrill killer is to induce pain or terror in their victims, which provides stimulation and excitement for the killer.

Thrill killers murder only for the kill; usually, the attack is not prolonged, and there is no sexual aspect. Usually, the victims are strangers, although the killer may have followed them for a period of time.

Thrill killers can abstain from killing for long periods of time and become more successful at killing as they refine their murder methods.

Many attempt to commit the perfect crime and believe they will not be caught. Robert Hansen took his victims to a secluded area, where he would let them loose and then hunt and kill them.

Material gain and a comfortable lifestyle are the primary motives of comfort killers. They often use poison, most notably arsenic , to kill their victims.

Female serial killers are often comfort killers, although not all comfort killers are female. Dorothea Puente killed her tenants for their Social Security checks and buried them in the backyard of her home.

Holmes killed for insurance and business profits. Dorothea Puente was finally arrested on a parole violation, having been on parole for a previous fraud conviction.

Contract killers "hitmen" may exhibit serial killers traits, but are generally not classified as such because of third-party killing objectives and detached financial and emotional incentives.

The main objective for this type of serial killer is to gain and exert power over their victim. Such killers are sometimes abused as children , leaving them with feelings of powerlessness and inadequacy as adults.

Many power- or control-motivated killers sexually abuse their victims, but they differ from hedonistic killers in that rape is not motivated by lust as it would be with a lust murder but as simply another form of dominating the victim.

He traveled around the United States seeking women to control. Many serial killers claim that a violent culture influenced them to commit murders.

During his final interview, Ted Bundy stated that hardcore pornography was responsible for his actions. Killers who have a strong desire for fame or to be renowned for their actions desire media attention as a way of validating and spreading their crimes; fear is also a component here, as some serial killers enjoy causing fear.

An example is Dennis Rader , who sought attention from the press during his murder spree. Many movies, books, and documentaries have been created, detailing serial killers' lives and crimes.

For example, the biographical films Ted Bundy and Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile focuses on serial killer Ted Bundy 's personal life in college, leading up to his execution, and Dahmer tells the story of Jeffrey Dahmer.

Serial killers are also portrayed in fictional media, oftentimes as having substantial intelligence and looking for difficult targets, despite the contradiction with the psychological profile of serial killers.

Theories for why certain people commit serial murder have been advanced. Some theorists believe the reasons are biological, suggesting serial killers are born, not made, and that their violent behavior is a result of abnormal brain activity.

Holmes and Holmes believe that "until a reliable sample can be obtained and tested, there is no scientific statement that can be made concerning the exact role of biology as a determining factor of a serial killer personality.

The FIS suggests a social event, or series of events, during one's childhood or adolescence results in a fracturing of the personality of the serial killer.

The term "fracture" is defined as a small breakage of the personality which is often not visible to the outside world and is only felt by the killer.

Social process theory states that offenders may turn to crime due to peer pressure, family and friends. Criminal behavior is a process of interaction with social institutions, in which everyone has the potential for criminal behavior.

A child used as a scapegoat will be deprived of their capacity to feel guilt. Displaced anger could result in animal torture, as identified in the Macdonald triad , and a further lack of basic identity.

The "military theory" has been proposed as an explanation for why serial murderers kill, as some serial murderers have served in the military or related fields.

For example, according to the United States census for the year , military veterans comprised There are two theories that can be used to study the correlation between serial killing and military training: Applied learning theory states that serial killing can be learned.

The military is training for higher kill rates from servicemen while training the soldiers to be desensitized to taking a human life.

They learn or believe that they learn, that it is acceptable to kill because they were praised for it in the military. Serial killers want accreditation for the work that they have done.

In both military and serial killing, the offender or the soldier may become desensitized to killing as well as compartmentalized; the soldiers do not see enemy personnel as "human" and neither do serial killers see their victims as humans.

In , the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI published a handbook titled Serial Murder which was the product of a symposium held in to bring together the many issues surrounding serial murder, including its investigation.

According to the FBI, identifying one, or multiple, murders as being the work of a serial killer is the first challenge an investigation faces, especially if the victim s come from a marginalized or high-risk population and is normally linked through forensic or behavioral evidence FBI Keppel [] suggests holding multi-jurisdictional conferences regularly to compare cases giving departments a greater chance to detect linked cases and overcome linkage blindness.

Utilizing over data points, multiple-murderer methodology and victimology ; researchers and Law Enforcement Agencies can build case studies and statistical profiles to further research the Who, What, Why and How of these types of crimes.

Leadership, or administration, should play a small or virtually non-existent role in the actual investigation past assigning knowledgeable or experienced homicide investigators to lead positions.

The administration's role is not to run the investigation but to establish and reaffirm the primary goal of catching the serial killer, as well as provide support for the investigators.

The FBI suggests completing Memorandums of Understanding to facilitate support and commitment of resources from different jurisdictions to an investigation.

Doing this in advance would save time and resources that could be used on the investigation. Organization of the structure of an investigation is key to its success, as demonstrated by the investigation of Gary Ridgway, the Green River Killer.

Once a serial murder case was established, a task force was created to track down and arrest the offender. Over the course of the investigation, for various reasons, the task force's organization was radically changed and reorganized multiple times — at one point including more than 50 full-time personnel, and at another, only a single investigator.

Eventually, what led to the end of the investigation was a conference of 25 detectives organized to share ideas to solve the case.

The FBI handbook provides a description of how a task force should be organized but offers no additional options on how to structure the investigation.

While it appears advantageous to have a full-time staff assigned to a serial murder investigation, it can become prohibitively expensive.

A common strategy, already employed by many departments for other reasons, is the conference, in which departments get together and focus on a specific set of topics.

Similar to a conference is an information clearing-house in which a jurisdiction with a suspected serial murder case collects all of its evidence and actively seeks data which may be related from other jurisdictions.

Already mentioned was the task force, [] FBI , [] Keppel [] which provides for a flexible, organized, framework for jurisdictions depending on the needs of the investigation.

Unfortunately due to the need to commit resources manpower, money, equipment, etc. In the case of the investigation of Aileen Wournos, the Marion County Sheriff coordinated multiple agencies without any written or formal agreement.

Finally, once a serial murder investigation has been identified, the use of an FBI Rapid Response Team can assist both experienced and inexperienced jurisdictions in setting up a task force.

This is completed by organizing and delegating jobs, by compiling and analyzing clues, and by establishing communication between the parties involved.

During the course of a serial murder investigation, it may become necessary to call in additional resources; the FBI defines this as Resource Augmentation.

Within the structure of a task force, the addition of a resource should be thought of as either long term or short term.

If the task force's framework is expanded to include the new resource, then it should be permanent and not removed. For short term needs, such as setting up roadblocks or canvassing a neighborhood, additional resources should be called in on a short-term basis.

The decision of whether resources are needed short or long term should be left to the lead investigator and facilitated by the administration FBI The confusion and counter productiveness created by changing the structure of a task force mid investigation is illustrated by the way the Green River Task Force's staffing and structure was changed multiple times throughout the investigation.

This made an already complicated situation more difficult, resulting in the delay or loss of information, which allowed Ridgeway to continue killing Guillen Egger offers several alternative strategies including; using investigative consultants, or experienced staff to augment an investigative team.

Not all departments have investigators experienced in serial murder and by temporarily bringing in consultants, they can educate a department to a level of competence then step out.

This would reduce the initially established framework of the investigation team and save the department the cost of retaining the consultants until the conclusion of the investigation.

The FBI handbook [] and Keppel [] both stress communication as paramount. The difference is that the FBI handbook [] concentrates primarily on communication within a task force while Keppel [] makes getting information out to and allowing information to be passed back from patrol officers a priority.

The FBI handbook [] suggests having daily e-mail or in-person briefings for all staff involved in the investigation and providing periodic summary briefings to patrol officer and managers.

Looking back on a majority of serial murderer arrests, most are exercised by patrol officers in the course of their everyday duties and unrelated to the ongoing serial murder investigation Egger , [] Keppel Keppel [] provides examples of Larry Eyler, who was arrested during a traffic stop for a parking violation, and Ted Bundy, who was arrested during a traffic stop for operating a stolen vehicle.

In each case, it was uniformed officers, not directly involved in the investigation, who knew what to look for and took the direct action that stopped the killer.

By providing up to date as opposed to periodic briefings and information to officers on the street the chances of catching a serial killer, or finding solid leads, are increased.

A serial murder investigation generates staggering amounts of data, all of which needs to be reviewed and analyzed. A standardized method of documenting and distributing information must be established and investigators must be allowed time to complete reports while investigating leads and at the end of a shift FBI During the Green River Killer investigation, reporters would often find and interview possible victims or witnesses ahead of investigators.

The understaffed investigation was unable to keep up the information flow, which prevented them from promptly responding to leads. To make matters worse, investigators believed that the journalists, untrained in interviewing victims or witnesses of crimes, would corrupt the information and result in unreliable leads Guillen Notorious and infamous serial killers number in the hundreds and a subculture revolves around their legacies.

That subculture includes the collection, sale, and display of serial killer memorabilia, dubbed " murderabilia " by one of the best-known opponents of collectors of serial killer remnants, Andrew Kahan.

He is the director of the Mayor's Crime Victims Office in Houston and is backed by the families of murder victims and " Son of Sam laws " existing in some states that prevent murderers from profiting from the publicity generated by their crimes.

Such memorabilia includes the paintings, writings, and poems of these killers. Some serial killers attain celebrity status in the way they acquire fans and may have previous personal possessions auctioned off on websites like eBay.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Serial killer disambiguation. Killer of multiple people.

Further information: List of serial killers before Main article: Angel of Mercy criminology. Main article: Thrill killing. The examples and perspective in this section deal primarily with the United States and do not represent a worldwide view of the subject.

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