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Joseph Edward Duncan III (born February 25, 1963) is an American convicted serial killer and sex offender who is currently serving multiple death sentences and life sentences in conjunction with the 1997 kidnapping and murder of Anthony Martinez of Beaumont, California, and the 2005 kidnapping and murders of members of the Groene family of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. He has also confessed but not been charged with the 1996 murder of two girls in Seattle, Washington.
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.
John Norman is a serial killer who was found guilty for one of the "Michigan Murders", as they came to be called by various media sources and locals. He is allegedly responsible for all but one of the other murders. The Michigan Murders were a series of highly publicized killings in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area of Michigan between 1967 and 1969 that terrified Washtenaw County for over two years. The murders began with University student Mary Fleszar on July 10.
Patrick Kearney confessed to killing a total of 32 young men from 1975 to 1977 and dumping their bodies on highways and desserts between Los Angeles and Mexico. He was convicted of 21 of the murders and received 21 life sentences in exchange for a full confession.
charles manson august 16 1969 - a crazy serial killer and cult leader helped to end the tumultuous decade. Google him and read the story...it still makes me sick, don't even want to write about it. He looks too normal here, see the other picture I have posted of him.
Dennis Nilsen This vicious and psycho serial killer killed at least fifteen men and boys between 1978 and 1983 and retained their corpses. He was eventually caught when someone complained of drain blockage. The drain cleaning company found that the drains were congested with human flesh and contacted the police. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. He was initially given a 25 years sentence which was later extended to whole life tariff.
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.
Jack The Ripper. Tied to the murder of five women, Jack the Ripper's handiwork earned him a reputation that has extended into three centuries. More than 100 suspects have been named, but the murderer has never been identified. There are theories that the gruesome butcherings were the work of a wide-ranging plot, including a Royal coverup implicating Queen Victoria's grandson.