Serial killers similar to or like Mark Alan Smith

American serial killer who killed at least four women in Illinois and Arkansas during the 1960s, and was sentenced to 500 years' imprisonment for three of the deaths. 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

  • American serial killer who murdered at least three women and one man in the span of several months in 2000. Later linked by DNA evidence to three other murders, which had occurred in Arkansas and California. Wikipedia

  • Aeman Presley

    American serial killer who killed four people over four months in 2014, in Georgia's DeKalb and Fulton Counties. Given several terms of life imprisonment without parole. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer responsible for the deaths of at least eight women. The murders occurred between July 2003 and October 2004, in Peoria and Tazewell County, Illinois. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer and rapist who killed at least seven girls and women in Gary and Portage, Indiana between May and September 1995. Convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. 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

  • Andre Crawford

    American serial killer, rapist and necrophile who killed 11 women between 1993 and 1999 in Chicago. Many of the women were prostitutes or drug addicts. Wikipedia

  • Michael Hughes (serial killer)

    Convicted American serial killer who was sentenced to life without parole for the murders of four women and girls in California, and in a later trial, sentenced to death for the murders of three other women. Authorities suspect there may have been other victims. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer who strangled to death three women, and attempted to murder a fourth, in the span of a little over two months in 1984. He later became the first criminal to be successfully prosecuted under the newly-enacted Rhode Island "Life Without Parole Statute", headed by prosecutor Jeffrey B. Pine, and promptly received life imprisonment without parole for his crimes. 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

  • Francisco del Junco

    Cuban-American serial killer who killed and subsequently burned the corpses of four Miami prostitutes during a 8-month long killing spree. Convicted of all 4 murders, and given a life sentence for each of them. Wikipedia

  • Paula Denyer

    Australian serial killer currently serving three consecutive sentences of life imprisonment with a non-parole period of 30 years for the murders of three young women in Melbourne, in 1993. Denyer became known in the media as the Frankston Serial Killer as her crimes occurred in the neighbouring suburbs of Frankston. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer who was convicted in Illinois in 2002 of killing three women and convicted in California in 2018 of killing five women. Sentenced to death in California and committed suicide a few months later in California's San Quentin Prison. Wikipedia

  • Belgian serial killer who was sentenced to life imprisonment on October 21, 2011 for the murder of three people. Born on February 6, 1971 in Boorsem, the third child in a family of four. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer and rapist responsible for at least 12 murders of elderly women. The killings occurred between January 1981 and October 1983 in Los Angeles' West Side, which earned Tholmer the nickname of The West Side Rapist. Wikipedia

  • South African serial killer and rapist who raped and murdered at least three women in Onderstepoort between 2012 and 2013. Convicted and sentenced to three life imprisonment terms for his crimes. Wikipedia

  • Lester Brockelhurst

    American serial killer who, together with his girlfriend Bernice Felton, killed at least three men in holdups during a six-week crime spree across multiple states in 1937. Executed at the Tucker Unit the following year. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer, responsible for the murders of seven railway employees from 1963 to 1978. Sentenced to life imprisonment, and later died from thyroid cancer in 2006. Wikipedia

  • German-American murderer and self-confessed serial killer. Convicted for the murders of three men in Michigan in 1984, but later confessed to being responsible for over 100 murders, starting at the age of 15 in his native West Germany. Wikipedia

  • German serial killer who killed four people between 1952 and 1968, and later sentenced to life imprisonment plus 15 years a total of 3 times. The Bild has described him as "one of the greatest lust killers in German criminal history". Wikipedia

  • John Edward Robinson

    American 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

  • Danish serial killer who, on March 15, 2001, was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Østre Landsret for a triple murder. The night between June 16 and 17, 2000, he killed and then dismembered his cohabitant Marianne Pedersen and her two sons, Dennis (10) and Brian (12), in their house at Nørregårdsvej 26 in Rødovre. Wikipedia

  • Charles Albright

    American serial killer from Dallas, Texas, who was convicted of killing one woman and suspected of killing two others in 1991. Incarcerated in the John Montford Psychiatric Unit in Lubbock, Texas. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer who killed 4 women in St. Louis, Missouri between 1985 and 1988. Avid recidivist who had spent more than 17 years of his life behind bars. Wikipedia

  • Bernard Giles

    American serial killer and rapist who killed five girls and women in Titusville, Florida between September and November 1973. Sentenced to several life imprisonment terms in 1974. Wikipedia

  • Adolph Laudenberg

    American serial killer who murdered three women in the San Pedro neighborhood of Los Angeles and one in San Francisco during the 1970s, and is the prime suspect for another two similar murders. Only arrested in 2002, after DNA evidence connected him to the crimes. Wikipedia

  • Frederick Pete Cox

    American serial killer. Formerly a telemarketer, in the span of a few months in 1997, he attacked five women in Orlando, Florida, resulting in the deaths of three. Wikipedia

  • Italian murderer and possible serial killer who killed at least two women in the 1940s and raped another three. In his murders, Zingerle had specially-equipped caves in the Tyrolean mountains, where he would abduct and then rape his victims. Wikipedia

  • Timothy Krajcir

    Convicted American serial killer from West Mahanoy Township, Pennsylvania who has confessed to killing nine women: five in Missouri and four others in Illinois and Pennsylvania. Born Timothy Wayne McBride in West Mahanoy Township, Pennsylvania to Charles McBride and Fern Yost on November 28, 1944. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer and sex offender who raped and strangled three homeless women in Portland, Oregon between April and June 1999, later dumping their bodies in the Forest Park reserve. Convicted of these deaths and received three terms of life imprisonment, and remains the sole suspect in two similar murders that occurred in nearby Gresham, in 1987. Wikipedia

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