Murderers similar to or like Grim Sleeper

American convicted serial killer responsible for at least ten murders and one attempted murder in Los Angeles, California. Wikipedia

  • American convicted for the murder of his wife, Claire Laurence Peernock, and for the attempted murder of his daughter, Natasha Peernock, on July 22, 1987. Former pyrotechnics engineer and California state employee with the Department of Water Resources who claimed he was framed because he was about to publish a book exposing state corruption. Wikipedia

  • American murderer and possible serial killer who was convicted of one murder in 1963 that took place in Germany and is being charged with two more committed in California between 1973 and 1974, which means he could be an international serial killer. Arrested by authorities after the crime scene DNA was linked to him using the Genetic genealogy site GEDmatch. 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

  • 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

  • Richard Farley

    American convicted mass murderer. A former employee of ESL Incorporated in Sunnyvale, California, he stalked his co-worker Laura Black for four years beginning in 1984. Wikipedia

  • Wayne Williams

    American murderer serving life imprisonment for the 1981 killing of two adult men in Atlanta, Georgia, and believed by police to be responsible for at least 23 of the 30 Atlanta murders of 1979–1981, or the Atlanta Child Murders. Never tried for the child murders and continues to maintain his innocence. Wikipedia

  • Ward Weaver III

    American convicted murderer. Serving a life sentence without possibility of parole for sexual assault, rape, attempted murder, and the murders of Ashley Pond and Miranda Gaddis in Oregon City, Oregon. Wikipedia

  • American actor and convicted murderer, best known for his role as Los Angeles Police Officer Julien Lowe in the FX drama The Shield. Ex-convict mover accused of murder, in an episode of Cold Case. 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

  • John Allen Muhammad

    American convicted murderer from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He, along with his partner / accomplice Lee Boyd Malvo (aged 17), a native of Kingston, Jamaica, carried out the D.C. sniper attacks of October 2002, killing 10 people. Wikipedia

  • Chai Vang

    Naturalized Hmong American from Laos who was convicted of murder, but claimed self defense. Vang, a six-year veteran of the California National Guard, shot eight people while on a hunting trip in northern Wisconsin on November 21, 2004; six were killed and two were wounded. 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

  • 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

  • Nellie May Madison

    American woman who was convicted of murder in 1934 for killing her husband. The first woman to be sentenced to death in the state of California. Wikipedia

  • Belizean man who was convicted of murder and sentenced to death along with two other men under the doctrine of joint enterprise for a murder committed in July 2000. Belize's longest-serving death row inmate. Wikipedia

  • Marcus Wesson

    American criminal convicted of nine counts of first-degree murder and 14 sex crimes, including the rape and molestation of his underage daughters. His victims were his own children, fathered by incestuous relationships with his daughters and nieces, as well as the children by his wife. 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Coy Wayne Wesbrook

    American mass murderer, convicted for the killing of 5 people in Channelview, Texas on November 13, 1997. Apparent fit of jealous rage. 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

  • 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

  • Andre Crawford

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

  • American who was convicted and sentenced to death in 1975 for the murder of two Mormon missionaries near Austin, Texas. Inspiration for the horror film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Wikipedia

  • Brian Dugan

    American rapist and serial killer active between 1983 and 1985 in Chicago's western suburbs. Known for having informally confessed in 1985 to the 1983 abduction, rape and murder of 10-year-old Jeanine Nicarico of Naperville, Illinois, which was a highly publicized case. Wikipedia

  • Convicted American mass murderer who was executed in the U.S. state of South Carolina for killing four former co-workers. Known simply as Hastings Wise to the people he worked with. Wikipedia

  • American mass murderer, currently on death row in Florence, Arizona. Often compared with that of John List, with the exception that Djerf killed someone else’s family. 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

  • Ronald DeFeo Jr.

    American mass murderer who was tried and convicted for the 1974 killings of his father, mother, two brothers, and two sisters. The case inspired the book and film versions of The Amityville Horror. Wikipedia

Sentences

Sentences forGrim Sleeper

  • Familial searching has led to several convictions after the exhaustion of all other leads including the Grim Sleeper serial killer.Combined DNA Index System-Wikipedia
  • The technique was used to catch the Los Angeles serial killer known as the "Grim Sleeper" in 2010.DNA profiling-Wikipedia
  • In the wake of these events, Francis claims, she was taken off the upcoming Grim Sleeper case despite the work she had done on it, including the DNA sample that had led the police to their suspect.Murder of Sherri Rasmussen-Wikipedia
  • Although some former employees have complained about personnel moves since the Weekly parent company's acquisition by New Times Media in 2004 (which assumed the Village Voice Media name in 2005), the paper has won a Pulitzer Prize, and broke the story of the "Grim Sleeper" serial killer.LA Weekly-Wikipedia
  • The technology was used to identify the prime suspect in the Grim Sleeper serial murder case in California in 2010.Mitchell R. Morrissey-Wikipedia
  • She was considered at the time to be a victim of the prolific, then-unidentified serial killer known as the Southside Slayer (later dubbed the Grim Sleeper, and later still identified as Lonnie David Franklin Jr.).Michael Hughes (serial killer)-Wikipedia
  • Tales of the Grim Sleeper is a 2014 documentary film about the serial killer Lonnie David Franklin Jr., nicknamed the Grim Sleeper.Tales of the Grim Sleeper-Wikipedia
  • He also wrote a crime drama inspired by the 'Grim Sleeper' serial case in Los Angeles called Dancing with Rip which is currently being packaged.Les Mahoney-Wikipedia
  • He became an authority on serial murders and worked 12 of them, including the 1950s serial killer Harvey Glatman, Night Stalker Richard Ramirez, the Hillside Stranglers, the Southside Slayer, and the William Bonin Freeway Killer case.John P. St. John (police officer)-Wikipedia
  • Her song "I Miss You" off of this EP was placed in Lifetime (TV network) movie Grim Sleeper.JaMiss-Wikipedia

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