Serial killers similar to or like Terry Blair (serial killer)

American serial killer who was convicted of killing seven women in Kansas City, Missouri, though investigators believe he may have additional unidentified victims. 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

  • Lorenzo Gilyard

    American serial killer. Believed to have raped and murdered at least 13 women and girls from 1977 to 1993. Wikipedia

  • Canadian serial killer who was convicted in 2007 of the second-degree murders of six women. The subject of a lengthy investigation that yielded evidence of numerous other murders. 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 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Joseph Paul Franklin

    American white supremacist and serial killer who engaged in a murder spree spanning the late 1970s and early 1980s. Convicted of several murders and received six life sentences, as well as two death sentences. Wikipedia

  • Canadian serial killer convicted of killing five women in the Montreal area of Quebec, although he claims to have killed four others. He allegedly killed his first victim in 1979 at age of 24. Wikipedia

  • William Henry Hance

    American soldier and serial killer who is believed to have murdered four women in and around military bases before his arrest in 1978. Convicted of murdering three of them, and not brought to trial on the fourth. 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

  • American serial killer who was convicted of killing five female sex workers in Detroit, Michigan, but is believed to have murdered more women between 1992 and 1999. Born on November 23, 1973 in New Bern, North Carolina. Wikipedia

  • Henry Lee Moore

    American forger, murderer and suspected serial killer who was convicted of killing his mother and grandmother with an axe in their home. Alleged by a Justice Department agent named W. M. McClaughry that Moore was possibly responsible for a string of unsolved axe murders in several states, among them being the Villisca axe Murders. 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

  • Donald Harvey

    Prolific American serial killer and orderly who claimed to have murdered 87 people, though official estimates are between 37 and 57 victims. Able to accomplish this during his time as an orderly. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer who murdered three elderly women in 1994. Caught after a fourth intended victim survived and identified her. Wikipedia

  • American criminal and serial killer. Sentenced to death and subsequently executed in 1990. Wikipedia

  • Scott Williams (serial killer)

    Convicted American serial killer who lived in Monroe, North Carolina. He has been convicted for the murders of three women that took place over a period of nine years. Wikipedia

  • American serial killer and rapist who raped and murdered five women between 1976 and 1977 in Alexandria, Virginia, where he lived. Rissell lived his first seven years of his life in his hometown of Wellington, Kansas. Wikipedia

  • Dennis Rader

    American serial killer known as BTK ( an abbreviation he gave himself, for "bind, torture, kill") or the BTK Strangler or the BTK Killer. Between 1974 and 1991, Rader killed ten people in Wichita and Park City, Kansas, and sent taunting letters to police and newspapers describing the details of his crimes. 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

  • Gary Ridgway

    American serial killer. Initially convicted of 48 separate murders. Wikipedia

  • American murderer and suspected serial killer. Also suspected, but acquitted, in another three murders dating from 1980 to 1985. Wikipedia

  • Cary Stayner

    American serial killer and the older brother of kidnapping victim Steven Stayner. Convicted of the murders of four women between February and July 1999: Carole Sund, her teenage daughter Juli Sund and their teenage traveling companion Silvina Pelosso; and Yosemite Institute naturalist Joie Ruth Armstrong. 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

  • Kendall Francois

    Serial killer from Poughkeepsie, New York, convicted of killing eight women, from 1996 to 1998. Housed in the Attica Correctional Facility until being transferred to the Wende Correctional Facility shortly before his death. Wikipedia

  • Canadian serial killer convicted of killing seven individuals between 1985 and 1998. He claims to have killed eleven others during the same time period. Wikipedia

  • Name given to an unidentified American serial killer who raped and murdered seven girls and women in Detroit between February and October 1975. All of the victims were engaged in prostitution and impoverished, with their killings taking place in the Cass Corridor neighborhood. Wikipedia

  • Ottis Toole

    American drifter and serial killer who was convicted of six counts of murder. Like his companion Henry Lee Lucas, Toole made confessions he then later recanted, which resulted in murder convictions. Wikipedia

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