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American rapist and serial killer who assaulted and murdered a total of five women. Wikipedia

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    American serial killer and rapist who was executed for the murder of Michelle Denise Simms. Eight-month period in 1984. Wikipedia

  • Gerald Parker

    American serial killer who raped and murdered five women in Orange County, California. Pregnant at the time of the attack, survived, but her child was delivered stillborn. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer and rapist who was sentenced to death for the 1986 murder of Vanessa Villa, 11, in Fort Worth, Texas. Also linked to three other murders committed between September 1994 and June 1995 by DNA, all in the Fort Worth area. Wikipedia

  • Paul Durousseau

    American serial killer who murdered seven young women (including two who were pregnant) in the southeastern United States between 1997 and 2003. Stationed there with the U.S. Army during the early 1990s. Wikipedia

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  • Troy Graves

    American serial rapist and murderer of Shannon Schieber. Known as the "Center City rapist". Wikipedia

  • Peter Dupas

    Australian convicted serial killer, currently serving three life sentences without parole for murder and primarily for being a serious habitual offender. He has a very significant criminal history involving serious sexual and violent offences, with his violent criminal history spanning more than three decades, and with every release from prison has been known to commit further crimes against women with increasing levels of violence. Wikipedia

  • Gary Ridgway

    American serial killer. Initially convicted of 48 separate murders. Wikipedia

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  • Carlton Gary

    American serial killer convicted of the murders of three elderly women in Columbus, Georgia, between 1977 and 1978, though he is suspected of at least four more. Arrested in December 1978 for an armed robbery and sentenced to 21 years in prison. Wikipedia

  • Rodney Alcala

    American convicted rapist and serial killer who was sentenced to death in California for five murders committed in that state between 1977 and 1979, and received an additional sentence of 25 years to life after pleading guilty to two homicides committed in New York in 1971 and 1977. Alcala's true victim count remains unknown, and could be much higher. 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

  • William Bonin

    American serial killer and twice-paroled sex offender who committed the rape, torture, and murder of a minimum of 21 boys and young men in a series of killings in 1979 and 1980 in southern California. Also suspected of committing a further 15 murders. Wikipedia

  • Robert Ben Rhoades

    American serial killer and rapist. Convicted for three murders, and was slated to be tried for two more before charges were dropped due to the wishes of victims' families. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer and rapist who, between 1989 and 1993, murdered a woman and five children in the states of Wisconsin and Illinois. Convicted and sentenced to death, but the following year, as a result from numerous miscarriages of justice, the Governor of Illinois George Ryan imposed a moratorium on capital punishment, commuting all prisoners' sentences to life imprisonment. Wikipedia

  • Angelo Buono Jr.

    American serial killer, kidnapper and rapist, who together with his adopted cousin Kenneth Bianchi were known as the Hillside Stranglers, and were convicted of killing ten young women in Los Angeles, California between October 1977 and February 1978. Born on October 5, 1934, in Rochester, New York to first-generation Italian emigrants from San Buono. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer who murdered at least three women in Florida and Arkansas between 1983 and 1995. Posthumously linked via DNA to the third murder, for which another man was imprisoned. Wikipedia

  • Paul Runge (serial killer)

    American serial killer who sexually assaulted and murdered at least six women and one girl between 1995 and 1997, in Illinois' Cook and DuPage counties. Commuted by Governor Pat Quinn in 2011, when the death penalty was abolished in the state. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer who killed ten women in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is awaiting execution at Central Prison in Raleigh. Born in Barnwell, South Carolina, son of Lottie Mae Wallace.]. Wikipedia

  • Scott Erskine

    American serial killer on California's death row, convicted in 2003 for the 1993 murder of two California boys. Incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison. Wikipedia

  • Randall Woodfield

    American serial killer, rapist, kidnapper, and robber who was dubbed the I-5 Killer or the I-5 Bandit by the media due to the crimes he committed along the Interstate 5 corridor running through Washington, Oregon, and California. Suspected of multiple sexual assaults and murders. Wikipedia

  • Oscar Ray Bolin

    American serial killer and convicted rapist who was executed in Florida for murder. In 1986, Bolin kidnapped and murdered three young women in Tampa, Florida. Wikipedia

  • John Wayne Gacy

    American serial killer and sex offender known as the Killer Clown who assaulted and murdered at least 33 young men and boys. Gacy regularly performed at children's hospitals and charitable events as "Pogo the Clown" or "Patches the Clown", personas he had devised. Wikipedia

  • Roy Melanson

    American serial killer and rapist, conclusively linked to three murders and numerous rapes in three states, and remains the prime suspect in at least two other murders. Convicted of two 1974 murders, for which he received two life sentences, and is currently incarcerated at the La Vista Correctional Facility, in Pueblo, Colorado. Wikipedia

  • Paul Dennis Reid

    American serial killer, convicted and sentenced to death for seven murders during three fast-food restaurant robberies in Metropolitan Nashville, Tennessee and Clarksville, Tennessee between the months of February and April 1997. On parole from a 1983 conviction in Texas on charges relating to the aggravated armed robbery of a Houston steakhouse. Wikipedia

  • Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris

    Lawrence Sigmund Bittaker (September 27, 1940 – December 13, 2019) and Roy Lewis Norris (February 5, 1948 – February 24, 2020), also known as the Tool Box Killers, were two American serial killers and rapists who kidnapped, raped, tortured and killed five teenage girls in Southern California over a period of five months in 1979. Sentenced to death for five murders on March 24, 1981, but died of natural causes while incarcerated on death row at San Quentin State Prison in December 2019. Wikipedia

  • Tajikistani serial killer and rapist who raped and murdered four women in Yekaterinburg, Russia between March and July 2011. Detained, convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment, which he is serving at the Polar Owl Colony. Wikipedia

  • Canadian serial killer and serial rapist. Known for initially committing a series of rapes in Scarborough, Ontario, a suburb of Toronto, between 1987 and 1990. Wikipedia

  • Kenneth Bianchi

    American serial killer, kidnapper, and rapist. Known for the 1977-79 Hillside Strangler murders committed with his cousin Angelo Buono Jr., as well as for murdering two more women in Washington by himself. Wikipedia

  • Mikhail Popkov

    Russian serial killer and rapist who sexually assaulted and murdered 78 women between 1992 and 2010 in Angarsk, Irkutsk, and Vladivostok in Siberia. Known as "The Werewolf" and the "Angarsk maniac" for the brutal nature of his crimes. Wikipedia

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