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Used a hammer to murder mostly older victims, until his focus shifted to the decapitation and mutilation of escorts after being dumped by a girlfriend who worked in that profession.
Known as "El Chaquero"; the first captured serial killer in Mexico, who killed prostitutes in Mexico City; died in from cerebral thromboembolism and another, unspecified cause.
Killed travelers on the road from Kabul to Jalalabad serving under Zardad Khan. Also killed his wife. Known as the "Monster of Tholeni"; killed women and children in the village of Tholeni; sentenced from 25 years to life imprisonment.
Lured female victims with promises of marriage and gave them cyanide, claiming they were contraceptive pills, Sentenced to death in Cannibal known as "The Novokuznetsk Monster"; admitted to 19 murders, but 82 bloody sets of clothes were found in his home, along with jewels and photographs of possibly unidentified victims.
Found insane and interned in a mental hospital. His mother was sentenced to 16 years in prison for luring Spesivtsev's victims to their home.
Known as "The Interstate Killer"; sentenced to death for the murder and dismemberment of year-old Daniel Bridges. He confessed to other homicides of young men and boys in five separate states.
Died of AIDS complications in Between and , a domestic servant of Indian businessman Moninder Singh Pandher, Surender Koli, kidnapped, raped, murdered, and dismembered 19 people, mostly children.
Costa Rica. Known as the Balashikha Ripper, he was convicted for the murders of at least 19 victims. Died from tuberculosis in Known as the " Novosibirsk Maniac"; killed prostitutes in Novosibirsk; despite extensive police search and the capture of another serial killer, he was only arrested in ; sentenced to life imprisonment.
Accused of killing at least 19 women. Charged with 13 murders, he escaped during a trial transport. Killed eight more people in two months before he was recaptured.
Sentenced to 27 years. Committed suicide by slashing his wrists with a shaving blade in prison on 27 February Army deserter who committed 30 robberies and killed 19 people; the most infamous Latvian criminal; executed by hanging in Known as the " Krasnoyarsk Beast"; committed 70 crimes around the Krasnoyarsk area, including 19 murders and eight attempted murders; sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment.
Known as "The Saloon Killer"; robbed who murdered people around Mpumalanga in his crime spree; sentenced to years imprisonment. Killed in various cities of Turkey.
Killed 18 people in various states in Claimed 35 murders. Known as "The monster of Montmartre". Killed and robbed elderly women.
Died of AIDS in in prison before trial. Confessed to 18 rapes and murders. Sentenced to death. Christopher Mhlengwa Zikode.
Killed 18 people in three months, including a family of four; given 19 life sentences and years of imprisonment. Lured and murdered 17 teenage boys, although he is suspected of 25 murders between September and Convicted of 17 murders and claimed Sentenced to 35 years in prison.
Sexually assaulted and then murdered children of non-Punjabi immigrants; died in while serving a life sentence. Killed people because they were "mocking" him; sentenced to life imprisonment.
Burglar who murdered 17 people, mainly prostitutes, between and , during a six-month period. Known as the "Prostitutes Killer" and the "Liguria Monster".
Known as "Satan in a skirt". Killed 17 elderly women between and Sentenced to 20 years in prison. Randy Steven Kraft. Convicted of 16 counts of murder but left a cryptic "score card" referring to at least 65 victims.
May have had an accomplice. Raped and killed at least 16 boys and teenagers. Nicknamed the " Tehran Desert Vampire ". Was convicted and executed after being lashed in front of a crowd in Known as the Ogre or Beast of Ardennes.
He was caught after a failed kidnapping in Nicknamed the Phoenix Strangler after the area in which he committed his crimes; he raped and strangled 19 women; arrested, he was found guilty of 16 murders.
Confessed to luring 16 prostitutes to his home and killing them in an attempt to "cleanse" the city of Mashhad. His actions were dubbed "The Spider Murders".
Dahmer ate some of his victims and kept their body parts in his freezer. Was sentenced to life imprisonment; murdered in prison in Nicknamed El Mataviejas The Old Lady Killer , he raped and killed at least 16 elderly women, aged from 61 to 93 years old, in and around Santander , Cantabria.
He went unrecognized for over a year because he moved his victims into their beds after they were killed; no autopsies were made and the deaths were attributed to natural causes.
He also took trophies from his victims that he held in a particular room of his home; about 10 percent of these trophies remained unclaimed, implying the existence of other victims.
Nicknamed Panga man for his use of a machete locally known as a "panga". He stabbed and robbed his victims between and ; arrested, he was executed by hanging in Pleaded guilty to and convicted of 16 murders and 19 rapes committed over the nine-month period of April to December Raped and strangled women in the Donnybrook area.
We have no evidence that this is a serial killer. They found out who was the serial killer. I never thought he could be a serial killer.
He might be a serial killer , for all I knew. She played a person thought to be a serial killer. It looked like we had a serial killer on our hands.
He was the perfect person to be a serial killer. How about a lead character who is a serial killer?
Is that the same way it works for serial killers? Note: Varies by jurisdiction. A serial killer is typically a person who murders three or more people,  usually in service of abnormal psychological gratification, with the murders taking place over more than a month and including a significant period of time between them.
Although psychological gratification is the usual motive for serial killing, and most serial killings involve sexual contact with the victim,  the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI states that the motives of serial killers can include anger, thrill-seeking, financial gain, and attention seeking.
The victims may have something in common, for example, demographic profile , appearance, gender or race. The German term and concept were coined by criminologist Ernst Gennat , who described Peter Kürten as a Serienmörder 'serial-murderer' in his article " Die Düsseldorfer Sexualverbrechen " In his book, Serial Killers: The Method and Madness of Monsters , criminal justice historian Peter Vronsky notes that while Ressler might have coined the English term "serial homicide" within the law in , the terms serial murder and serial murderer appear in John Brophy 's book The Meaning of Murder There is the mass murderer, or what he [Brophy] calls the "serial" killer, who may be actuated by greed, such as insurance, or retention or growth of power, like the Medicis of Renaissance Italy, or Landru , the " bluebeard " of the World War I period, who murdered numerous wives after taking their money.
This use of "serial" killer to paraphrase Brophy's serial murderer does not appear to have been influential at the time. In his more recent study, Vronsky states that the term serial killing first entered into broader American popular usage when published in The New York Times in the spring of , to describe Atlanta serial killer Wayne Williams.
Subsequently, throughout the s, the term was used again in the pages of The New York Times , one of the major national news publication of the United States, on occasions.
By the end of the s, the use of the term had increased to 2, instances in the paper. When defining serial killers, researchers generally use "three or more murders" as the baseline,  considering it sufficient to provide a pattern without being overly restrictive.
The category has, however, been found to be of no real value to law enforcement, because of definitional problems relating to the concept of a "cooling-off period".
The Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI defines serial killing as "a series of two or more murders, committed as separate events, usually, but not always, by one offender acting alone".
The group also settled on a definition of serial murder which FBI investigators widely accept as their standard: "The unlawful killing of two or more victims by the same offender s in separate events".
Historical criminologists have suggested that there may have been serial murders throughout history, but specific cases were not adequately recorded.
Some sources suggest that legends such as werewolves and vampires were inspired by medieval serial killers. According to the Chinese historian Sima Qian , he would "go out on marauding expeditions with 20 or 30 slaves or with young men who were in hiding from the law, murdering people and seizing their belongings for sheer sport".
Although many of his subjects knew about these murders, it was not until the 29th year of his reign that the son of one of his victims finally sent a report to the Emperor.
Eventually, it was discovered that he had murdered at least people. The officials of the court requested that Liu Pengli be executed; however, the emperor could not bear to have his own nephew killed, so Liu Pengli was made a commoner and banished.
In the 15th century, one of the wealthiest men in Europe and a former companion-in-arms of Joan of Arc , Gilles de Rais , sexually assaulted and killed peasant children, mainly boys, whom he had abducted from the surrounding villages and had taken to his castle.
Members of the Thuggee cult in India may have murdered a million people between and In his book, Psychopathia Sexualis , psychiatrist Richard von Krafft-Ebing noted a case of a serial murderer in the s, a Frenchman named Eusebius Pieydagnelle who had a sexual obsession with blood and confessed to murdering six people.
The unidentified killer Jack the Ripper , who has been called the first modern serial killer,  killed at least five women , and possibly more, in London in He was the subject of a massive manhunt and investigation by the Metropolitan Police , during which many modern criminal investigation techniques were pioneered.
A large team of policemen conducted house-to-house inquiries, forensic material was collected and suspects were identified and traced.
The Ripper murders also marked an important watershed in the treatment of crime by journalists. Jack the Ripper has also been called the most infamous serial killer of all time, and his legend has spawned hundreds of theories on his real identity and many works of fiction.
Holmes was one of the first documented modern serial killers in the United States, responsible for the death of at least nine victims in the early s.
The case gained notoriety and wide publicity through possibly sensationalized accounts in William Randolph Hearst 's newspapers. At the same time in France, Joseph Vacher became known as "The French Ripper" after killing and mutilating 11 women and children.
He was executed in after confessing to his crimes. There are exceptions to these criteria, however. He was considered a pillar of the local community; he even won a professional award for a children's asthma clinic and was interviewed by Granada Television 's World in Action on ITV.
Neither was known to have exhibited many of the tell-tale signs. Many serial killers have faced similar problems in their childhood development.
Hickey's Trauma Control Model explains how early childhood trauma can set the child up for deviant behavior in adulthood; the child's environment either their parents or society is the dominant factor determining whether or not the child's behavior escalates into homicidal activity.
Family, or lack thereof, is the most prominent part of a child's development because it is what the child can identify with on a regular basis.
Wilson and Seaman conducted a study on incarcerated serial killers, and what they concluded was the most influential factor that contributed to their homicidal activity.
Nearly half of the serial killers had experienced some type of physical or sexual abuse, and more of them had experienced emotional neglect.
When a parent has a drug or alcohol problem, the attention in the household is on the parents rather than the child. This neglect of the child leads to the lowering of their self-esteem and helps develop a fantasy world in which they are in control.
Hickey's Trauma Control Model supports how the neglect from parents can facilitate deviant behavior, especially if the child sees substance abuse in action.
If a child receives no support from anyone, then he or she is unlikely to recover from the traumatic event in a positive way. As stated by E.
Maccoby, "the family has continued to be seen as a major—perhaps the major—arena for socialization". There have been recent studies looking into the possibility that an abnormality with one's chromosomes could be the trigger for serial killers.
Two serial killers, Bobby Joe Long and Richard Speck , came to attention for reported chromosomal abnormalities.
Long had an extra X chromosome. Speck was erroneously reported to have an extra Y chromosome ; in fact, his karyotype was performed twice and was normal each time.
Hellen Morrison, an American forensic psychiatrist, said in an interview that while researchers have not identified a specific causal gene, the fact that the majority of serial killers are male leads researchers to believe there is "a change associated with the male chromosome make up".
Children who do not have the power to control the mistreatment they suffer sometimes create a new reality to which they can escape. This new reality becomes their fantasy that they have total control of and becomes part of their daily existence.
In this fantasy world, their emotional development is guided and maintained. According to Garrison , "the child becomes sociopathic because the normal development of the concepts of right and wrong and empathy towards others is retarded because the child's emotional and social development occurs within his self-centered fantasies.
A person can do no wrong in his own world and the pain of others is of no consequence when the purpose of the fantasy world is to satisfy the needs of one person" Garrison, Boundaries between fantasy and reality are lost and fantasies turn to dominance, control, sexual conquest, and violence, eventually leading to murder.
Fantasy can lead to the first step in the process of a dissociative state, which, in the words of Stephen Giannangelo, "allows the serial killer to leave the stream of consciousness for what is, to him, a better place".
Criminologist Jose Sanchez reports, "the young criminal you see today is more detached from his victim, more ready to hurt or kill.
The lack of empathy for their victims among young criminals is just one symptom of a problem that afflicts the whole society. The ability for serial killers to appreciate the mental life of others is severely compromised, presumably leading to their dehumanization of others.
This process may be considered an expression of the intersubjectivity associated with a cognitive deficit regarding the capability to make sharp distinctions between other people and inanimate objects.
For these individuals, objects can appear to possess animistic or humanistic power while people are perceived as objects.
There are exceptions to the typical fantasy patterns of serial killers, as in the case of Dennis Rader , who was a loving family man and the leader of his church.
The FBI 's Crime Classification Manual places serial killers into three categories: organized , disorganized , and mixed i.
Organized serial killers often plan their crimes methodically, usually abducting victims, killing them in one place and disposing of them in another.
They often lure the victims with ploys appealing to their sense of sympathy. Others specifically target prostitutes, who are likely to go voluntarily with a stranger.
These killers maintain a high degree of control over the crime scene and usually have a solid knowledge of forensic science that enables them to cover their tracks, such as burying the body or weighing it down and sinking it in a river.
They follow their crimes in the news media carefully and often take pride in their actions as if it were all a grand project.
Often, organized killers have social and other interpersonal skills sufficient to enable them to develop both personal and romantic relationships, friends and lovers and sometimes even attract and maintain a spouse and sustain a family including children.
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