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  • Armenian-born Russian serial killer and thief. Operating in St. Petersburg, he would drug his passengers with Azaleptin (sleeping medicine containing clonazepam) and rob them of their valuables, and in seven cases, his victims died, their bodies discarded near bodies of water. Wikipedia

  • Ukrainian serial killer. Between 2013 and 2015, he killed four men and his female roommate in alcohol-related quarrels in the Russian town of Uzlovaya, Tula Oblast, burning their corpses afterwards. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer who murdered three drinking companions in Arkhangelsk, whose bodies he later dismembered and liquified for consumption. Found guilty of these new killings and sentenced to life imprisonment in a special regime colony. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer who murdered five acquaintances in his home village of Urusha, two with the help of his girlfriend Tatyana Kuznetsova, between 2011 and 2012. Convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment in a special regime colony. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer and rapist responsible for four murders and eight rapes from 2004 to 2017, in Yekaterinburg and Verkhnyaya Pyshma. Connected to previous crimes and sentenced to life imprisonment. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer who killed four prostitutes in Novosibirsk between May and October 2015, dismembering and burning the victims' bodies post-mortem. Convicted of his killings and sentenced to life imprisonment. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer and former major of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, who killed 5 witnesses related to his son's 2003 trial. In 1981, Serebrennikov entered the Yelabuga Special Secondary Police School of the MVD, from which he graduated with honors in 1983. Wikipedia

  • Russian robber and serial killer who killed six of his passengers in Moscow between 2005 and 2007, in addition to non-fatally robbing three others. Convicted of the killings and sentenced to life imprisonment, which he is serving at the Polar Owl Colony. Wikipedia

  • Russian criminal and serial killer. An infamous Muscovite robber during the early 1990s, he attacked shops, apartments and currency exchange points. Wikipedia

  • Maxim Petrov

    Russian serial killer, convicted for the killing of 11 people in St Petersburg between 1999 and 2000. Practicing doctor who targeted patients from a local health center, killing them by lethal injection at their homes then robbing them. Wikipedia

  • Argentine serial killer. Between February and October 2015, he befriended and deceived five people into trusting him, before shooting them in the head with a silenced pistol and robbing them of their belongings. Wikipedia

  • Alexander Bychkov

    Russian serial killer, convicted for the murder of nine men in Belinsky, Penza Oblast between 2009 and 2012. Bychkov targeted elderly men, alcoholics, and homeless men around Belinsky, and after his arrest Bychkov claimed to have cannibalized his victims. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer and poisoner. He poisoned six people, including his wife and daughter. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer who killed three common-law wives and one of their mothers between 2006 and 2011, after being released for a previous murder in 1994 for which he served 10 years. Found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment. Wikipedia

  • Russian slave-owner and serial killer. At various times from 1995 to 1997, he kept 6 people as prisoners in a 9-meter deep bunker under his own garage. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer and rapist who operated in the Khakassian city of Abakan and its surrounding areas. Pretending to be a taxi driver and using rented cars, he raped 11 women, possibly more, four of whom he successfully murdered. Wikipedia

  • Kyrgyzstani-Russian serial killer, rapist, necrophile and cannibal who murdered five women in Buryatia between 1997 and 2012, sexually abusing their corpses afterwards. Found guilty of these murders, and sentenced to life imprisonment, which he is serving at the Black Dolphin Prison. Wikipedia

  • Uzbekistani-born stateless serial killer. Released in 2003, moving to Russia, where five years later, he murdered a trio of fishermen during an argument in Penza Oblast. Wikipedia

  • Russian thief and serial killer, who in the early 1990s was involved in various crimes against minors, murders, and manslaughter. Born on September 14, 1965 in Moscow, living alone with a sick mother. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer, rapist and pedophile. He raped and killed 4 children in the Istrinsky District of the Moscow Oblast. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer. He committed murders to obtain the weapons of the victims. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer, convicted for the killing of 8 people in Lipetsk Oblast and Tambov Oblast between 2000 and 2011. Born in 1961, in Gryazi, Lipetsk Oblast, Soviet Union. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer, rapist and pedophile. Between September 2010 and February 2014, he killed five girls aged between 11 and 22 in the Kamchatka Krai. 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

  • Russian criminal and serial killer, who in the period between 1998 and 2001 committed 7 murders and several other attempted murders against drivers, with the aim of seizing their vehicles. Born in 1971 in the town of Bolotnoye into a family of railroad workers. Wikipedia

  • Sergei Martynov (serial killer)

    Russian serial killer, convicted for the killing of 8 people across western and central Russia between 2005 and 2010, and was earlier convicted of killing another woman in 1992. Born on 2 June 1962, in Nyazepetrovsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Soviet Union. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer. A jobless drifter, Edwards murdered four fellow itinerants across three states between 1987 and 1992 in alcohol-induced rages, and attempted to murder a fifth in 1993. Wikipedia

  • Ukrainian-Russian serial killer who committed his crimes in the city of Kamyshin, Volgograd Oblast. Born on March 2, 1981 in the village of Liubashivka, Odessa Oblast. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer and rapist who was active in Yekaterinburg in the autumn of 2006. Born and grew up in a prosperous, working family. Wikipedia

  • Russian serial killer who killed 4 people between 2000 and 2001. After graduation, Malyuk entered a forestry college, but did not intend to associate his life with this sphere. Wikipedia

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