The Blue Cloak
In 1798, two men "declared war on all humanity" ...
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Frontier serial killers: The Harpes
After the Brothers had been staying at the 'Cave' 4/some time the gangsters kicked them out as the Bros were still murdering indiscriminately; the cavemen worried the law would come around. Little Harpe returned to the cave after his Bro was killed. One pirate & Little Harpe beheaded a wanted man in their group & took his head to the law for reward. Law recognized them arrested & hung them & 4/good measure were beheaded and placed on stakes along the Natchez Road to warn other outlaws!
Revolutionary Killers: Harpe Brothers, Serial or Spree? - Criminal Element
The Harpes (Frederick Remington), Earning the dubious distinction of being America's first known serial killers, Micajah "Big" Harpe and Wiley "Little" Harpe were murderous outlaws who operated in Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois in the late 1700s. A posse tracked them down and shot "Big" Harpe and while he was still alive, decapitated him and stuck his head on a pole. "Little" Harpe was eventually caught and executed by hanging.