Serial killers similar to or like Larry Eyler

American serial killer who is believed to have murdered a minimum of twenty-one teenage boys and young men in a series of killings committed between 1982 and 1984 in the Midwestern States. 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

  • John Wayne Gacy

    American serial killer who raped, tortured and murdered at least 33 teenage boys and young men between 1972 and 1978 in Cook County, Illinois (a part of metropolitan Chicago). All of Gacy's known murders were committed inside his Norwood Park ranch house. Wikipedia

  • Randy Kraft

    American serial killer known as the Scorecard Killer, the Southern California Strangler and the Freeway Killer who murdered a minimum of 16 young men between 1972 and 1983, the majority of which had been committed in California. Also believed to have committed the rape and murder of up to 51 other boys and young men. Wikipedia

  • Fritz Haarmann

    German serial killer, known as the Butcher of Hanover, the Vampire of Hanover and the Wolf-Man, who committed the sexual assault, murder, mutilation and dismemberment of a minimum of 24 boys and young men between 1918 and 1924 in Hanover, Germany. Found guilty of 24 of the 27 murders for which he was tried and sentenced to death by beheading in December 1924. Wikipedia

  • Dean Corll

    American serial killer who abducted, raped, tortured, and murdered at least 28 teenage boys and young men between 1970 and 1973 in Houston, Texas. Aided by two teenaged accomplices, David Owen Brooks and Elmer Wayne Henley. Wikipedia

  • British serial killer known as the Sunderland Strangler, who murdered four teenage boys in a series of killings committed between 1990 and 1994 in Sunderland, England. Sentenced to life imprisonment on 28 February 1996, with a recommendation that he serve a minimum of 35 years before the Home Secretary considers his eligibility for release. Wikipedia

  • Charles Ray Hatcher

    American serial killer who confessed to having murdered 16 people between 1969 and 1982. Born in Mound City, Missouri, a small town 34 mi north of St.Joseph. Wikipedia

  • Michigan Murders

    Series of highly publicized killings of young women committed between 1967 and 1969 in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area of Southeastern Michigan by an individual known as the Ypsilanti Ripper, the Michigan Murderer, and the Co-Ed Killer. All the victims of the Michigan Murders were young women between the ages of 13 and 21 who were abducted, raped, beaten and murdered—typically by stabbing or strangulation—with their bodies occasionally mutilated after death before being discarded within a 15-mile radius of Washtenaw County. Wikipedia

  • Robert Black (serial killer)

    Scottish serial killer and paedophile who was convicted of the kidnap, rape, sexual assault and murder of four girls aged between 5 and 11 in a series of killings committed between 1981 and 1986 in the United Kingdom. Convicted of the kidnapping, rape and murder of three girls on 19 May 1994. 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

  • Velma Barfield

    American serial killer who was convicted of one murder, but who eventually confessed to six murders in total. The first woman in the United States to be executed after the 1976 resumption of capital punishment and the first since 1962. Wikipedia

  • Lucious Boyd

    American convicted murderer, rapist, and suspected serial killer. Suspect in at least ten other homicides or disappearances. Wikipedia

  • John Edward Robinson

    American convicted serial killer, con man, embezzler, kidnapper, and forger who was found guilty in 2003 for three murders committed in and around Kansas City, Kansas, receiving the death sentence for two of them. In 2005, he admitted responsibility for five additional homicides across the river, at trial in Kansas City, Missouri, in a deal to receive multiple life sentences without possibility of parole and avoid more death sentences. Wikipedia

  • Charles Ng

    Convicted British serial killer who committed numerous crimes in the United States. Believed to have raped, tortured and murdered between 11 and 25 victims with his accomplice Leonard Lake at Lake's cabin in Calaveras County, California, in the Sierra Nevada foothills, 60 miles from Sacramento. Wikipedia

  • Robert Berdella

    American serial killer, known as The Kansas City Butcher and The Collector, who kidnapped, raped, tortured, and murdered at least six men between 1984 and 1987 in Kansas City, Missouri after having forced his victims to endure periods of up to six weeks of captivity. Sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole for the first degree murder of one of his victims, Larry Pearson, in August 1988, and would later plead guilty to one further charge of first degree murder, and four charges of second degree murder in December 1988. Wikipedia

  • Tommy Lynn Sells

    American serial killer. Convicted of two murders, for one of which he received the death penalty and was eventually executed, and for the other received a life sentence. Wikipedia

  • Redhead murders

    Unidentified male serial killer. The murders believed to be related have occurred in states including Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer who killed three women and one girl between 1912 and 1920 in three states, also attempting to kill a woman in native Kentucky. Executed for killing 10-year-old Geneva Hardman, whom he killed by crushing her head with a stone. Wikipedia

  • Anthony Allen Shore

    American serial killer and child molester who was responsible for the murder of one woman and three girls. Active from 1986 to 2000, and became known as the "Tourniquet Killer" because of his use of a ligature with either a toothbrush or bamboo stick to tighten or loosen the ligature. Wikipedia

  • Dennis Nilsen

    Scottish serial killer and necrophile who murdered at least twelve young men between 1978 and 1983 in London, England. Sentenced to life imprisonment on 4 November 1983, with a recommendation that he serve a minimum of 25 years. Wikipedia

  • Michael Madison

    American serial killer from East Cleveland, Ohio who committed at least three murders. Born October 15, 1977 to Diane Madison and John Baldwin, the result of an accidental pregnancy. Wikipedia

  • Kenneth McDuff

    American serial killer. Convicted in 1966 of murdering 16-year-old Edna Sullivan; her boyfriend, 17-year-old Robert Brand; and Brand's cousin, 15-year-old Mark Dunnam, who was visiting from California. Wikipedia

  • Carroll Cole

    American serial killer who was executed in 1985 for killing at least fifteen women and one boy by strangulation between 1948 and 1980. Born in Sioux City, Iowa, the second son of LaVerne and Vesta Cole. Wikipedia

  • Bible John

    Unidentified serial killer who is believed to have murdered three young women between 1968 and 1969 in Glasgow, Scotland. Each of the victims of Bible John were young brunette women between the ages of 25 and 32, and all had met their murderer at the Barrowland Ballroom: a dance hall and music venue in the city. 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

  • Peter Kürten

    German serial killer known as both The Vampire of Düsseldorf and the Düsseldorf Monster, who committed a series of murders and sexual assaults between February and November 1929 in the city of Düsseldorf. In the years before these assaults and murders, Kürten had amassed a lengthy criminal record for offenses including arson and attempted murder. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer who committed a series of at least 9 murders in different suburbs of Los Angeles from 1986 to 1994. Hill dumped his victims' corpses along the East-West Highway, known as "California State Route 60", earning him the nickname The 60 Freeway Killer. Wikipedia

  • American convicted murderer, and accomplice of serial killer Dean Corll who, along with Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr., abducted, raped, tortured, and murdered at least 28 boys and young men, in a series of killings spanning from 1970 to 1973 in Houston, Texas. The crimes, which became known as the Houston Mass Murders, came to light after Henley fatally shot Corll. Wikipedia

  • Bobby Joe Long

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

  • Gary Ray Bowles

    American serial killer who was executed in 2019 for the murders of six men in 1994. Sometimes referred to as the I-95 Killer since most of his victims lived close to the Interstate 95 highway. Wikipedia

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  • Both decedents are confirmed victims of serial killer Larry Eyler.List of unidentified murder victims in the United States-Wikipedia
  • As with the Newton County John Does, serial killer Larry Eyler confessed before his death in 1994 to killing this individual in addition to twenty other men—four others of whom are still unidentified.List of unidentified murder victims in the United States-Wikipedia
  • Serial killer Larry Eyler posthumously confessed to these four murders following his death due to AIDS-related complications in March 1994 while incarcerated on death row at the Pontiac Correctional Center, where he had been detained since 1986 for the 1984 murder of a 16-year-old Uptown male prostitute.Newton County John Does-Wikipedia
  • During the nearly ten years Damski wrote for Windy City Times, he covered the exponential toll of AIDS on the community; the battle for the Human Rights Ordinance, and its 1988 passage; the battle over funding for AIDS in the city of Chicago; the trials of Larry Eyler for the murder and dismemberment of Danny Bridges; the lives and deaths of colleagues and close friends—and ultimately, the cancer diagnosis he received in October, 1993.Jon-Henri Damski-Wikipedia
  • She was also nominated for an Emmy Award for her coverage of serial killer Larry Eyler.Gera-Lind Kolarik-Wikipedia

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