Serial killers similar to or like Phillip Carl Jablonski

American serial killer convicted of killing five women in California and Utah between 1978 and 1991. Wikipedia

  • Anthony McKnight

    American serial killer and rapist who attacked ten women in Oakland, California between October 1985 and January 1986, killing five of them. Found guilty of these murders and sentenced to death, but died awaiting execution. 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

  • Wilbur Lee Jennings

    American serial killer who killed at least six girls and women in Fresno and Sacramento, California between 1981 and 1984. Sentenced to death, but died in custody before he could be executed. 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

  • Morris Solomon Jr.

    Convicted serial killer now sitting on death row in San Quentin, California. Relatives and friends described Solomon's upbringing in rural Georgia as abusive. Wikipedia

  • Louise Peete

    Convicted American serial killer. First convicted of the 1920 murder of wealthy mining engineer Jacob C. Denton, and was sentenced to life in prison in 1921. 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

  • 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

  • Mack Ray Edwards

    American serial killer and child sexual abuser. He murdered at least six children in Los Angeles County, California between 1953 and 1970. Wikipedia

  • Speed Freak Killers

    Name given to serial killer duo Loren Herzog and Wesley Shermantine, together initially convicted of four murders — three jointly — and suspected in the deaths of as many as 72 people in and around San Joaquin County, California. They received the "speed freak" moniker due to their methamphetamine abuse. 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

  • Richard Chase

    American serial killer, rapist, cannibal, and necrophile who killed six people in the span of a month in Sacramento, California. Nicknamed "The Vampire of Sacramento" because he drank his victims' blood and cannibalized their remains. 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 whom he killed in California. Also believed to have committed the rape and murder of up to 51 other boys and young men. Wikipedia

  • Grim Sleeper

    American serial killer who was responsible for at least ten murders and one attempted murder in Los Angeles, California from 1985 to 2007. Also convicted for rape and sexual violence. Wikipedia

  • Harvey Glatman

    American serial killer active during the late 1950s. Known in the media as "The Lonely Hearts Killer" and "The Glamour Girl Slayer". Wikipedia

  • Gordon Stewart Northcott

    Canadian serial killer, child rapist, and child abductor. Born in Bladworth, Saskatchewan, Canada and raised in British Columbia. Wikipedia

  • Ivan Hill

    American serial killer, responsible for at least nine 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

  • Steven David Catlin

    Convicted American serial killer. Currently housed in San Quentin State Prison. Wikipedia

  • Chester Turner

    American convicted serial killer. Convicted of the murders of ten women in Los Angeles, and was also found guilty in the death of the unborn child of one of his victims. 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

  • Stephen Wayne Anderson

    American serial killer who was executed at California's San Quentin State Prison by lethal injection in 2002 for the murder of Elizabeth Lyman. Either known to have killed or admitted to the killings of at least eight other people, including a fellow inmate and at least seven contract killings. Wikipedia

  • Charles Ng

    Convicted Hong Kongese-American 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

  • Edward Edwards (serial killer)

    Convicted American serial killer. Edwards escaped from jail in Akron, Ohio in 1955 and fled across the country, holding up gas stations. Wikipedia

  • American convicted serial killer who was the first convict to kill an on-duty female corrections officer. Already in prison for the murders of at least five people when he murdered prison guard Donna Payant at Green Haven Correctional Facility in 1981. Wikipedia

  • William Suff

    American serial killer. In 1974, a Texas jury convicted Suff and his then-wife, Teryl, of beating their two-month-old daughter to death. 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

  • Cleophus Prince Jr.

    American serial killer who was convicted and sentenced to death in 1993 for the rape and murder of six women in San Diego County, California from January through September 1990. Court-martialed in 1989 due to larceny, and when he was convicted and served his sentence, it was recommended that he be discharged from the United States Navy. 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

  • 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

  • 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

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