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The attacks of the infamous Jack the Ripper typically involved female prostitutes from the slums whose throats were cut prior to abdominal m…
John Robinson is often called the first Internet serial killer; he used bondage and S&M to lure unsuspecting women to their deaths.
The "Boston Strangler" Albert DeSalvo confessed to raping and killing 13 women in the Boston area during the 1960s.
Known as "The Sunday Morning Slasher," Carl Eugene Watts admitted to drowning over 80 women, claiming he saw evil in their eyes and wanted t…
John Jamelske spent 15 years kidnapping a series of women and holding them captive in a concrete bunker beneath the yard of his home.
Ted Bundy was handsome, charming and cultured - all tools he used to rape and murder numerous young women across the country.
"Green River Killer" Gary Ridgway confessed to killing 48 women in Washington, many of them runaways or prostitutes.
The "Beauty Queen Killer" Christopher Wilder abducted and raped at least 10 women and killed at least eight of them during a spree across th…
Béla Kiss was a Hungarian serial killer; he was thought to have murdered at least 24 young women and then attempted to pickle them in giant …
The "Cross Country Killer" Glen Rogers was a good-looking, smooth-talking extrovert, who traveled all across the country murdering and robbi…
Charles Schmid was called the "Pied Piper of Tucson" for his ability to lure women despite being only 5'4". Out of the women he took out, th…
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