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Turkish serial killer and arsonist nicknamed "The Screwdriver Killer". Wikipedia

  • Turkish serial killer, who is dubbed "Mobilyacı katiil" in the media. Convicted of killing three different furniture dealers. Wikipedia

  • Turkish serial killer who murdered five people. He has been nicknamed "The Nailing Killer" due to his signature of nailing his victims' heads post-mortem. Wikipedia

  • Glen Edward Rogers

    American serial killer. Convicted of two murders and is a suspect in numerous others throughout the United States, including being mentioned, and considered by investigators in Los Angeles County, as a possible alternative suspect to O. J. Simpson in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, although as of 2019 nothing has developed regarding these allegations. Wikipedia

  • Turkish serial killer who dubs himself as "Avcı" ("The Hunter"). In his youth, he strangled his younger sibling to death. Wikipedia

  • Yukio Yamaji

    Japanese serial killer. Imprisoned, and then paroled in 2003. Wikipedia

  • German serial killer from Cologne. Sentenced to life imprisonment in 1993 for seven murders. Wikipedia

  • Bangladeshi confessed serial killer. Arrested in 2009, he admitted to killing 11 female garment workers in Chandpur District. Wikipedia

  • Convicted serial killer. He moved to California in the 1990s and has been nicknamed the "Hollywood Ripper". Wikipedia

  • Jack the Ripper

    Nickname for an unidentified serial killer generally believed to have been active in the largely impoverished areas in and around the Whitechapel district of London in 1888. Called the Whitechapel Murderer and Leather Apron. Wikipedia

  • Serial killer who murdered 16 men and women in Atteridgeville, South Africa, in the 1950s. South African and targeted only whites in a strictly-segregated community. Wikipedia

  • Convicted Australian serial killer, arsonist, and armed robber currently serving three consecutive life sentences for the murders of sex workers Sharon Taylor and Roslyn Hayward in 1990, and the murder of Mordialloc hardware store owner Mildred Hanmer during an armed robbery in 1982 to which he confessed some eighteen years later. Often described as one of the most manipulative and violent prisoners in Victoria's prison system, and was estimated to be worth more than A$500,000 in 2000. Wikipedia

  • David Berkowitz

    American serial killer who pleaded guilty to eight separate shooting attacks that began in New York City during the summer of 1976. Using a .44 caliber Bulldog revolver, he killed six people and wounded seven others by July 1977. Wikipedia

  • Roger Kibbe

    American serial killer known as the "I-5 Strangler". Kibbe found all but one of his victims on the freeways around Sacramento, California. Wikipedia

  • Richard Laurence Marquette

    American convicted serial killer. Serial killer who killed three women, drained their blood, mutilated, dismembered their bodies, and scattered their remains. Wikipedia

  • Daniel Conahan

    Convicted American murderer and suspected serial killer. Convicted of one murder but has been linked to over a dozen murders, mostly of homosexual men in the Charlotte County, Florida area in what came to be known as the Hog Trail Murders. Wikipedia

  • Spain's first recorded serial killer. Not responsible, because he was suffering from a curse that caused him to turn into a wolf. Wikipedia

  • Joseph Naso

    American serial killer, sentenced to death for the murder of six women. Born on January 7, 1934 in Rochester, New York. Wikipedia

  • Richard Chase

    American serial killer who killed 6 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

  • Dennis Rader

    American serial killer known as BTK or the BTK Strangler. Rader gave himself the name "BTK" (for "bind, torture, kill"). Wikipedia

  • Marcel Petiot

    French doctor and serial killer. Convicted of multiple murders after the discovery of the remains of 23 people in the basement of his home in Paris during World War II. Wikipedia

  • Brazilian serial killer who pursued and killed other criminals. Imprisoned in. Wikipedia

  • English serial killer. Found guilty on 25 February 2008 of the murders of Marsha McDonnell and Amélie Delagrange and the attempted murder of Kate Sheedy, and sentenced to life imprisonment. Wikipedia

  • Turkish rapist and child killer. Stabbed to death by his roommates in a mental hospital. Wikipedia

  • 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

  • Faryion Wardrip

    American rapist and serial killer who assaulted and murdered a total of five women. Four of the women were killed in Wichita Falls, Texas and the surrounding counties. Wikipedia

  • Canadian serial killer and rapist active between 1969 and 1971. Boden killed four women, three in Montreal and one in Calgary, earning the nickname The Vampire Rapist for biting the breasts of his victims, and received four life sentences. Wikipedia

  • Enriqueta Martí

    Spanish child serial killer, kidnapper, prostitute and procuress of children. Called The Vampire of carrer Ponent , The Vampire of Barcelona and The Vampire of the Raval in the press. Wikipedia

  • Serial killer from Khstra active during the mid-1960s. Raghav went on a killing spree for over three years in the 1960s, casting a spell of fear over the entire city. Wikipedia

  • William Henry Bury

    Suspected of being the notorious serial killer "Jack the Ripper". Hanged for the murder of his wife Ellen in 1889, and was the last person executed in Dundee, Scotland. Wikipedia

  • Harold Shipman

    English general practitioner and is believed to be the most prolific serial killer in history. On 31 January 2000, a jury found Shipman guilty of the murder of 15 patients under his care, with his total number of victims estimated to be around 250. Wikipedia

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