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American convicted murderer who is best known for his fatal assault on serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer at the Columbia Correctional Institution in 1994. Wikipedia

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  • Jeffrey Dahmer

    American serial killer and sex offender who committed the rape, murder, and dismemberment of 17 men and boys from 1978 to 1991. Many of his later murders involved necrophilia, cannibalism, and the permanent preservation of body parts—typically all or part of the skeleton. Wikipedia

  • Faryion Wardrip

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  • Samuel Little

    American serial killer who was convicted of the murders of three women in California between 1987 and 1989 and one woman in Texas in 1994. He claims to have killed as many as 93 people, and investigators have linked him to over 60 murders. Wikipedia

  • Daniel Conahan

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  • American convicted murderer from Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, who, at age 16, was convicted of first-degree murder, mutilation of a corpse, and second-degree sexual assault. Sentenced to life in prison, with the earliest possibility of parole in 2048. Wikipedia

  • Richard Laurence Marquette

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  • Former American physician and United States Army officer who was convicted in 1979 of murdering his pregnant wife and two daughters in February 1970. Born in Jamaica, Queens, New York City, the second of three children of Robert MacDonald, known as "Mac," and his wife, Dorothy . Wikipedia

  • American convicted murderer from Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, who had previously been wrongfully convicted in 1985 of sexual assault and attempted murder. Exonerated by DNA testing and released, only to be charged with murder two years later. Wikipedia

  • Swedish convicted murderer, bank robber, and attempted serial killer. From August 1991 to January 1992 he shot eleven people in the Stockholm and Uppsala area, most of whom were immigrants, killing one and seriously injuring the others. Wikipedia

  • Convicted Indian pedophile and serial killer who was active in Bahadurgarh in Haryana from 1995 to 1998. He admitted kidnapping and attempting to rape fourteen girls, murdering ten. Wikipedia

  • American convicted murderer currently on Florida death row at Union Correctional Institution. Sentenced to death by a 9-3 vote in favor of the sentence by a jury on December 1, 2008 for the July 31, 2002 murder of 16-year-old hitchhiker Joshan Ashbrook. Wikipedia

  • Convicted American murderer. Executed under controversial circumstances in 1979, the first convicted criminal to be executed in Florida after capital punishment was reinstated in 1976, and the second in the United States. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer who was convicted and sentenced to death in 1993 for the rape and murder of six women in San Diego County, California from January through September 1990. Court-martialed in 1989 due to larceny, and when he was convicted and served his sentence, it was recommended that he be discharged from the United States Navy. Wikipedia

  • Convicted Canadian serial killer and former registered nurse who confessed to murdering eight senior citizens and attempting to murder six others in Southwestern Ontario between 2007 and 2016. Described as one of the worst serial killers in Canadian history. Wikipedia

  • Juan Corona

    Mexican serial killer who was convicted of the murders of 25 migrant farm workers found buried in shallow graves in peach orchards along the Feather River in Sutter County, California, in 1971. At the time, the crimes were characterized as among the most notorious in U.S. history. Wikipedia

  • Australian convicted serial killer currently serving four consecutive terms of life imprisonment plus 27 years for the murder of two Victoria Police officers in August of 1998 and for the 1997 murder of teenager Kristy Harty. Detained at HM Prison Barwon in Victoria. Wikipedia

  • John Albert Taylor

    American who was convicted of burglary and carrying a concealed weapon in the state of Florida, and sexual assault and murder in the state of Utah. Found raped and strangled to death in Washington Terrace, Utah. Wikipedia

  • Glen Edward Rogers

    American serial killer. Convicted of two murders and is a suspect in numerous others throughout the United States, including being mentioned, and considered by investigators in Los Angeles County, as a possible alternative suspect to O. J. Simpson in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, although as of 2019 nothing has developed regarding these allegations. Wikipedia

  • Shawn Grate

    American convicted serial killer who was convicted on two counts of aggravated murder on May 7, 2018, in Ashland County, Ohio, pleaded guilty to two additional murders on March 1, 2019 in Richland County, Ohio, and who pleaded guilty to an additional murder on September 11, 2019 in Marion County, Ohio. Grate graduated from River Valley High School in 1995. Wikipedia

  • New Jersey woman who was convicted of murdering her husband on April 23, 2007, in what media dubbed the "suitcase murder". Sentenced to life in prison on July 19, 2007 and is serving her sentence at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women in Clinton, New Jersey. Wikipedia

  • American murderer, convicted of murdering his neighbor, Pamela Vitale, the wife of prominent attorney Daniel Horowitz. He received the maximum penalty allowed by the law, life in prison without parole. Wikipedia

  • Donald Harvey

    Prolific American serial killer and orderly who claimed to have murdered 87 people, though official estimates are between 37 and 57 victims. Able to accomplish this during his time as a nurse. Wikipedia

  • Terry Peder Rasmussen

    American serial killer, known for his use of many aliases in a crime spree that spanned decades across many states. He died in prison in 2010 after being convicted in the 2002 murder of his common-law wife in California. Wikipedia

  • American murderer and rapist, who was convicted in 2002 of the rape and murder of flight attendant Nancy Ludwig on February 17, 1991 at the (then) Hilton hotel in Romulus, Michigan. He later pleaded no contest to charges that he raped and murdered a professor and provost of the University of Michigan-Flint, Margarette Eby, on November 9, 1986. Wikipedia

  • Australian murderer who achieved notoriety for killing Edward Baldock in 1989, supposedly to drink his blood. Described as "one of the most brutal and bizarre crimes Australia has ever seen". Wikipedia

  • Hermann Duft and Hans Wilhelm Bassenauer

    Hermann Duft and Hans Wilhelm Bassenauer were a pair of German serial killers who murdered six persons in Greece, within a short period in 1969, were captured, tried, sentenced to death and executed. Born in Frankfurt and Bassenauer in Darmstadt, Germany, both in 1938. Wikipedia

  • American physician and former abortion provider who was convicted of murdering three infants who were born alive during attempted abortion procedures; he was also convicted of involuntary manslaughter of one woman during an abortion procedure. Prolific prescriber of OxyContin. Wikipedia

  • American convicted felon who, while serving a life sentence for murder (without the possibility of parole), was the beneficiary of a Massachusetts weekend furlough program. He did not return from his furlough, and ultimately committed assault, armed robbery, and rape before being captured and sentenced in Maryland where he remains incarcerated. Wikipedia


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