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Known as the Wemmer Pan Killer, Cedric Maake is a serial killer from South Africa who committed 27 murders between 1996 and 1997. How He killed his victims with different instruments such as: guns, rocks, a knife and a hammer. In some cases he killed his victims with a rock, in others he shot them, and in others he murdered tailors with a hammer. He was convicted and sentenced to 27 life sentences.
Paola Illera. She was thirteen and a Colombian immigrant living in East Harlem. She loved America, English, New Kids on the Block, and hopscotch. She was mature for her age and wanted to be a lawyer. She wrote poetry; she had written a poem on January 24, 1991, the day she died. She never made it home from school; she was murdered by Arohn Kee. He was not caught until 1999.
Beverley Gail Allitt is a well-known serial killer who murdered four children and injured nine others that were in her care while working as a pediatric nurse. Her main method of murder was to inject the child with potassium chloride or insulin. Although convicted with death in nine cases, Allit attacked thirteen children over a sixty day period before being caught red-handed. She was sentenced to life
A serial killer who confessed to several murders in the Pacific Northwest left his bloody mark on a campground outside scenic Coeur D'Alene in May 2005. Joseph Duncan III bludgeoned to death Brenda Kay Groene, 40, her fiance Mark McKenzie, 37, and Groene's son Slade, 13. He kidnapped the two younger children, Dylan, 9, and Shasta, 8. Dylan's remains were later found in Montana. Shasta was found with Duncan on July 2, 2005, after a waitress at Denny's restaurant her from flyers.
Joachim Kroll admitted killing Marion Kettner and gave details of 14 other murders. Kroll said that he often sliced portions of flesh from his victims to cook and eat them, claiming that he did this to save on his grocery bills. He was charged with eight murders and one attempted murder. In April 1982, after a 151-day trial, he was convicted on all counts and was given nine consecutive life sentences. He died of a heart attack in 1991 in a hospital for the criminally insane.
Classification: Serial killer Characteristics: Juvenile (16-17) - Rubel was intoxicated with gasoline vapours during all his murders Number of victims: 7 Date of murders: September 1997 - June 1998 Date of birth: December 25, 1980 Method of murder: Stabbing with knife - Hitting with an axe Estonia Status: Sentenced as a minor to the maximum punishment allowed by law — eight years of imprisonment — he was released from Tartu Prison on 8 June 2006
Many of Glatman's victims were lured to his hotel room where he claimed he would be taking photos for crime magazines, and ask young women to pose in bondage photos. He would tie them up and take their photos, then kill them. This photo is of Judy Ann Dull, who was 19 at the time of her murder.
Rodney Alcala is a serial killer who is on death row in San Quentin for murdering five women in the 1970s, but who has subsequently admitted to 30 more murders. He is also under indictment in New York for even more murders, and is believed to be responsible for an astonishing 130 killings total across the U.S.
Photo signed by John Wayne Gacy - top border - "Clowns can get away with murder"
Serial Killer Found Dead in Alaska Cell; Israel Keyes' Suicide Under Investigation
The Cleveland Torso Murderer aka Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run. An unnidentified serial killer active in the Cleveland, Ohio, area between 1935-38. Eliot Ness was the Public Safety Director of Cleveland. Failure to apprehend the murderer was perhaps the major failure of his tenure and is accepted by many to be a contributor to his declining status in later years.