Murderers similar to or like Anthony and Nathaniel Cook

Anthony and Nathaniel Cook are serial killer brothers who committed a string of racially motivated rapes and murders against white people in the Toledo, Ohio area in the 1980s. Wikipedia

  • Nathaniel White

    American serial killer. Active in the Hudson Valley region of New York during the early 1990s, White confessed to beating and stabbing six women to death while on parole. Wikipedia

  • Alton Coleman

    American serial killer who, along with accomplice Debra Brown, committed a crime spree across six states in the Midwest between May and July 1984 that resulted in the deaths of eight people. Executed by the state of Ohio in 2002. Wikipedia

  • Serial killer who committed three rapes and murders in Richmond, Virginia and one in Arlington, Virginia in the fall of 1987. Believed to have committed at least one previous murder, in 1984, for which a different man, David Vasquez, was wrongfully convicted. Wikipedia

  • Texarkana Moonlight Murders

    Unidentified serial killer known as the "Phantom Killer" or "Phantom Slayer". Credited with attacking eight people within ten weeks, five of whom were killed. Wikipedia

  • Altemio Sanchez

    Puerto Rican serial killer who is known to have murdered and/or raped at least three women, and raped between 9 and 15 girls and women in and around Buffalo, New York, during a 25-year span from 1981 to 2006. Also known as the Bike Path Rapist and Bike Path Killer. Wikipedia

  • Andre Crawford

    Serial killer, who killed 11 women between 1993 and 1999. Many of the women were prostitutes or drug addicts. Wikipedia

  • Media name given to an unidentified Belgian serial killer, who committed five murders between January 1996 and July 1997 in or near the city of Mons. Allegedly chosen because of the high precision of dismemberment the victim's bodies had endured. Wikipedia

  • Ted Bundy

    American serial killer who kidnapped, raped, and murdered numerous young women and girls during the 1970s and possibly earlier. After more than a decade of denials, before his execution in 1989 he confessed to 30 homicides that he committed in seven states between 1974 and 1978. Wikipedia

  • Moldovan serial killer who operated mainly in the north of Moscow. Known as the "Koptevsky maniac". Wikipedia

  • Soviet-Tajik serial killer and necrophile. He killed 22 people aged between 6 and 50 years old - 16 in Russia, and six in Tajikistan. Wikipedia

  • Name given by the popular English-language print media of Calcutta, India to an unidentified serial killer who murdered at least 13 homeless people of that city during their sleep in 1989. Also given to the perpetrator of a similar series of murders in Bombay from 1985 to 1988. Wikipedia

  • Tamara Samsonova

    Russian serial killer who was arrested in July 2015 on suspicion of committing 2 murders with extreme cruelty. Previously hospitalized three times in psychiatric hospitals. Wikipedia

  • Peruvian serial killer who claimed 25 victims and was convicted of 17 murders. Sentenced to 35 years in prison. Wikipedia

  • Adam Leroy Lane

    Convicted murderer and serial killer who was dubbed the "Highway Killer" because his crimes took place near the highway, which he frequently traveled due to his job as a trucker. Lane committed the murders while he made his way through the Northeast during the summer of 2007. Wikipedia

  • Pakistani serial killer who killed 14 homeless men in Lahore, Pakistan. Born in 1981 in Pakistan. Wikipedia

  • I-70 Killer

    Unidentified American serial killer who is known to have killed six store clerks in the Midwest in the spring of 1992. His nickname derives from the fact that several of the stores in which his victims worked were located a few miles off of Interstate 70 (I-70). Wikipedia

  • French serial killer active in the 1980s. Born in Fort-de-France, Martinique. Wikipedia

  • German serial killer. The longest-serving prisoner in Germany at the time of his death. Wikipedia

  • David Mason (murderer)

    American serial killer who was executed in San Quentin's gas chamber in 1993. This marked the second execution in the state of California since 1967, and the last execution by gas chamber in that state. Wikipedia

  • Mamoru Takuma

    Japanese janitor who committed mass murder of 8 people and wounded 15 others in the 2001 Osaka school massacre. He had been convicted and imprisoned for rape before the massacre. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer. His crimes were profiled by journalist Don Moser in his article "The Pied Piper of Tucson", featured in the March 4, 1966 issue of Life magazine and are the basis for "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?", a short story by Joyce Carol Oates. Wikipedia

  • Joseph E. Duncan III

    American convicted serial killer and child molester who is on death row in federal prison in conjunction with the 2005 kidnappings and murders of members of the Groene family of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Also serving 11 consecutive sentences of life without parole in conjunction with the same crimes as well as the 1997 murder of Anthony Martinez of Beaumont, California. Wikipedia

  • Oleg Kuznetsov (serial killer)

    Soviet-Russian serial killer and rapist. Between 1991 and 1992, he killed 10 girls and women between the ages of 15 and 30. Wikipedia

  • Colombian rapist and serial killer. He confessed to killing 21 children in remote areas of Colombia. Wikipedia

  • German former nurse and serial killer known to be responsible for the murder of at least 29 patients while he worked at a hospital in Sonthofen, Bavaria between January 2003 and July 2004. The acts have been described as Germany's largest number of killings since World War II. Wikipedia

  • Romulus Vereș

    Notorious Romanian serial killer, better known as "The Man with the Hammer". Charged with five murders and several attempted murders, but never imprisoned on grounds of insanity; he suffered from schizophrenia, blaming the Devil for his actions. Wikipedia

  • American poisoner and serial killer. After her husband died and her family forced her to end a relationship with a new lover, Wise retaliated by poisoning seventeen family members, of whom three died, in 1924. Wikipedia

  • American couple who committed the kidnappings and torture murders of Lisa Ann Millican and Janice Kay Chatman; they also attempted a third abduction. Sentenced to death in 1983, but her sentence was commuted to life imprisonment in 1999. Wikipedia

  • Unidentified serial killer who is suspected of killing at least fifteen Atlanta women in 1911 and 1912. African-American cook, was found 25 yards from her home on Garibaldi Street in Atlanta by her sister after she failed to return home from work the previous night. Wikipedia

  • Serial killer who preyed on women looking for marriage. A Mangalore fast track court tried and convicted him for the murder of 20 women. Wikipedia

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