Murderers similar to or like Ronald Gene Simmons

American spree killer, who killed 16 people over a week-long period in Arkansas in 1987. Wikipedia

  • Mark O. Barton

    Spree killer from Stockbridge, Georgia, who killed 12 people and injured 13 more on July 29, 1999. The murders occurred at Barton's home as well as at two Atlanta day trading firms that had employed him previously as a day trader, Momentum Securities and the All-Tech Investment Group. Wikipedia

  • American spree killer. Serving life in prison for six murders and is accused of two more in Missouri. Wikipedia

  • Russell Lee Smith

    American spree killer who killed two people and wounded nine others in Dayton, Ohio, United States on May 24, 1975. He also took two women hostage and raped them before committing suicide. Wikipedia

  • James Edward Pough

    American spree killer, who, on June 18, 1990, killed nine people and wounded four others in a GMAC (now Ally Financial) car loan office in Jacksonville, Florida, before committing suicide. Innocent woman and man on Jacksonville’s Northside, he wounded two teenagers, and robbed a convenience store. Wikipedia

  • Swedish spree killer who killed seven people on June 11, 1994, in Falun, Sweden. Second lieutenant in the Swedish Army. Wikipedia

  • Michael Silka

    American spree killer who is believed to have killed nine people in Alaska during May 1984, primarily in the small village of Manley Hot Springs. Shot and killed. Wikipedia

  • Alton Coleman

    American serial killer who, along with accomplice Debra Brown, committed a crime spree across six states in the Midwest between May and July 1984 that resulted in the deaths of eight people. Executed by the state of Ohio in 2002. 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

  • Campo Elías Delgado

    Colombian spree killer and self-described Vietnam War veteran who killed 29 people, and wounded 12 more, most of them at a luxurious Bogotá restaurant called Pozzetto, before apparently being shot dead by police. The son of Rita Elisa Morales. 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

  • 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 (sometimes classified as a spree killer) who shot and killed 13 people (including three children) during a 12-minute walk through his neighborhood on September 6, 1949, in Camden, New Jersey, when he was 28 years old. The incident became known as the "Walk of Death". Wikipedia

  • Convicted spree killer who was sentenced to death for shooting dead seven black people (and wounding 15 more) in the Strijdom Square Massacre in Pretoria, South Africa on 15 November 1988. He had earlier killed a woman and injured another in a trial run in preparation for the massacre. Wikipedia

  • Andre Crawford

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

  • Robert Charles

    African American living in New Orleans who committed the spree killing of 4 police and 2 civilians, and wounding of over 20 others and sparked a major race riot in 1900; known as the Robert Charles riots. On Monday, July 23, 1900, Charles sat on the front steps of a house in New Orleans talking with a friend, while waiting to rendezvous with his girlfriend, Virginia Banks, who lived on the block. Wikipedia

  • Tore Hedin

    Swedish mass murderer, spree killer and police officer. Infamous for being the worst known act of spree killing in Swedish criminal history. Wikipedia

  • Woo Bum-kon

    South Korean policeman and spree killer who killed 56 people and wounded 35 others in several villages in Uiryeong County, South Gyeongsang Province, South Korea, during the night from April 26 to April 27, 1982, before committing suicide. The deadliest deliberate single loss of life in South Korean history until the Daegu subway fire in 2003. Wikipedia

  • Pakistani serial killer who killed 14 homeless men in Lahore, Pakistan. Born in 1981 in Pakistan. 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Australian spree killer from Terrigal, New South Wales, currently serving six sentences of life imprisonment for the shooting massacre of seven people, including an unborn child, in Terrigal, Bateau Bay and Wyong on the evening of 27 October 1992 (known as the Central Coast massacre). The shootings started at 9:12 p.m. at the Terrigal apartment of his ex-girlfriend Kerry Gannon and her younger sister Lisa Gannon. Wikipedia

  • Gary M. Heidnik

    American murderer who kidnapped, tortured, and raped six women, killing two of them, while holding them prisoner in a pit in his basement in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Sentenced to death and executed by lethal injection in July 1999. 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

  • Mark Essex

    Known as an American serial sniper who killed a total of nine people, including five policemen, and wounded 13 others in New Orleans on December 31, 1972, and January 7, 1973. Killed in the second armed confrontation. 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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


Sentences forRonald Gene Simmons

  • On December 22 and 26, 1987, Ronald Gene Simmons, of near Dover, killed all fourteen members of his family during a Christmas reunion at the Simmons property 6.5 miles north of Dover.Dover, Arkansas-Wikipedia
  • There have been at least three death penalty volunteers in Arkansas: Ronald Gene Simmons, Christina Marie Riggs, and Clay King Smith.Capital punishment in Arkansas-Wikipedia
  • * Ronald Gene Simmons (1940–1990), American spree killer and family annihilatorSimmons (surname)-Wikipedia
  • Ronald Gene Simmons was convicted of the mass murder of sixteen people and sentenced to death.Whitmore v. Arkansas-Wikipedia

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