15 Most Remembered Serial Killers In The World History With Photos

PHYSINEWS WELCOME 2017,HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL MORE YEARS TO WITNESS IN LIFE :Whether evil, disturbed, or just plain mental, The World seems to have both a repulsion and fascination with the lives and minds of evil serial killers. Who are these serial killers and what motivates them to take the life of another human being? We really don’t know. But what we do know is that as humans, we are capable of some gruesome things. Take these torture
devices which are meant to inflict the most pain possible . What sort of mind comes up with such terrible devices for the specific reason of torture? Serial killers in desguise maybe? Who knows. These are 15 of the most evil serial killers of the 20th Century

15 . David Berkowitz 


davidberkowitz.wikispaces.com 
Known as the Son of Sam or the
.44 Caliber Killer,And honestly one of my favourite. 
David
Berkowitz carried out a series of
shootings in the summer of
1976. Using a .44 calibre
Bulldog revolver, he shot six
people dead and wounded seven
others. Berkowitz sent a series
of taunting letters to police and
the press promising further
shootings, terrorizing the people
of New York City. Eventually
captured in August 1977,
Berkowitz confessed to all of the
killings and was sentenced to 25
years to life in prison for each
murder. It is unlikely that
Berkowitz will ever be release


14. Aileen Wuornos


On one hand, I can understand
that traumatic experiences can
lead to disturbing behavior.
Still…. Aileen Wuornos is the first
female serial killer on our list
here, and she’s an example of
someone who was (or who
claimed to be) traumatized,
leading to the murders of several
men.
Victims: Wuornos killed 7 men
between the ages of 40 and 65.
Kill Zone: Florida, United States
Methods: The murders were
committed with multiple gun
shots.
Motives: Wuornosclaimed that
the men she killed had raped her
(or tried to) while she was
working as a prostitute.: Wuornos was executed
by lethal injection on October 9,
2002.
 

 13.Alexander Pichushkin

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Alexander Pichushkin is a
Russian serial killer known as
“The Chessboard Killer.” Unlike
some killers who have almost
understandable motives (such as
being abused or tortured
themselves in some way — not
that it excuses anything),
Pichushkin is a whole different
level of crazy. He killed for the
competition of it.
Methods: Most of Alexander
Pichushkin’s victims were killed
with hammer blows to the head.
He preferred to strike them from
behind supposedly to avoid
spilling blood on himself. He
then threw some of his victims
into the sewers.
Motives: It is believed
Pichushkin considered himself to
be in competition with another
serial killer — Andrei Chikatilo. At
one point he mentioned that his
“goal” was to kill 64 victims —
enough to fill the squares on a
chessboard, hence his nickname.
Outcome: Pichushkin was
convicted on October 24, 2007 to
life in prison, including 15 years
of solitary confinement.
Additional Information:
Pichushkin has been quoted as
saying “For me, life without
killing is like life without food for
you…. I felt like the father of all
these people, since it was I who
opened the door for them to
another world.”He was kept in a
glass cage during his trial.



12. Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper might be famous,
but he’s still relatively unknown.
His identity has never been
discovered. In fact, the murders
attributed to him might not have
even been committed by the
same person. But Jack the
Ripper makes my list of some of
the most disturbing serial killers
in the world because, real or not,
the lore surrounding those
Whitechapel killings went a long
way towards solidifying the
image of the sinister serial killer
in many of our minds — an
image that might even be
dangerous, given the socially
charming nature of others.

Methods: Victims’ throats were
slit and their abdomens were
mutilated.
Additional Information: A letter
supposedly sent to the media
from the killer ignited a media
frenzy around the image of Jack
the Ripper.

11. Ahmad Suradji



The idea of ritualistic serial
killers on one hand baffles me
and on the other hand fascinates
me. They’re a reminder that the
world is full of different cultures
where different practices are
considered acceptable than here
in the West.
But Ahmad Suradji doesn’t seem
to be following any kind of
cultural norm. Instead he just
sounds deranged. At the same
time, I have to admit it’s one of
the more “interesting” excuses or
motives I’ve ever seen. Here’s
more on Indonesian serial killer,
Ahmad Suradji.
The killings 
Methods: Suradji buried his
victims up to their waists and
strangled them with a cable.
Motives: Suradji conducted ritual
killings. He claimed to be told by
his father’s ghost in a dream that
by killing these women and
drinking their saliva, he would
become a mystic healer.
Outcome: Ahmad Suradji was
found guilty on April 27, 1998 of
his crimes and was executed by
firing squad on July 10, 2008.
 

10. JOHN GEORGE HAIGH


wikipedia
Known as the “Acid Bath
Murderer” John George Haigh
was an English serial killer
during the 1940s. He was
convicted of the murders of six
people, although he claimed to
have killed nine. A professional
con man, he targeted wealthy
individuals and charmed them
into believing he was a
successful businessman. He
lured his victims to a derelict
warehouse before shooting
them. He then dissolved their
bodies in sulfuric acid before
forging papers in order to sell
their possessions and collect
their life savings. In spite of the
absence of the victims’ bodies,
there was sufficient forensic
evidence to convict Haigh of
murder. In 1949 he was
sentenced to death and hanged
at Wandsworth Prison
9. FRED AND ROSE
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Between 1967 and 1987 Fred
West and his wife Rose tortured,
raped and murdered at least 11
young women and girls. The pair
were finally apprehended and
charged in 1994 after police
obtained a search warrant and
located several human bones
buried within the garden and
under the floor boards of their
home. During his trial, Fred West
hanged himself prior to being
convicted. In 1995 Rose West
was jailed for life having been
found guilty on 10 counts of
murder.

8. RICARDO RAMIREZ

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Ricardo Leyva Muñoz Ramírez
was an American serial killer and
Satan worshiper who terrorized
Los Angeles between 1984 and
1985. Nicknamed the “Night
Stalker”, Ramirez broke into the
homes of many of his victims
and then shot, stabbed, rapped
and mutilated them. His victims
ranged between the ages of a
nine year old girl to a married
couple in their late sixties.
Notably he smeared pentagrams
on the walls of his crime
scenes. Captured in 1985,
Ramirez was sentenced to death
and remained on California’s
death row for 23 years until he
died of complications from B-
cell lymphoma in June 2013.

7. JEFFREY DAHMER
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wikipedia
Known as the Milwaukee
Cannibal, Jeffrey Dahmer was an
American serial killer and sex
offender who raped, murdered
and dismembered 17 men and
boys between 1978 and 1991.
He also committed necrophilia
and ate parts of his later victims,
dismembering and cooking parts
of their bodies. Dahmer was
eventually caught after a would-
be victim managed to overpower
him and alert police. In 1992
Dahmer was convicted of 15 of
the murders and sentenced to
15 terms of life in prison.
However just two years into his
sentence he was beaten to death
by a fellow inmate at the
Columbia Correctional
Institution.

6. TED BUNDY


Okay. So Ted Bundy is another
pretty well-known serial killer.
But cutting off and keeping the
heads of victims definitely puts
him in my list of seriously
disturbing serial killers.

Methods: Bundy’s victims
were beaten then strangled. He
was also guilty of rape and
necrophilia.
Outcome: Bundy faced execution
by the electric chair in Florida on
January 24, 1989.

Additional Information: Bundy
tended to kill women that
resembled his fiancé and had
similar hair styles. But because
they were physically different in
other ways, Bundy denied a
resentment towards here was
part of his motive.

5. Andrei Chikatilopersona.rin.ru
Chikatilo was a Soviet serial
killer, nicknamed The Butcher of
Rostov. He committed the sexual
assault, murder and mutilation
of at least 52 women and
children in Russia between 1978
and 1990. Believing he was the
killer, police carried out
surveillance on Chikatilo which
eventually provided adequate
grounds to arrest him. He
confessed to a total of 56
murders and was tried for 53 of
these killings in April 1992.
Victims’ relatives demanded that
authorities release him so that
they could kill him themselves.
He was convicted and sentenced
to death for 52 of these murders
in October 1992 and
subsequently executed by firing
squad in February 1994.

4. Pedro Rodrigues Filho

wikipedia Pedro Rodrigues Filho is a Brazilian serial killer. Arrested in 1973, he was later convicted in 2003 for murdering at least 71 people and sentenced to 128 years in prison (although Brazilian law system prohibits anyone from spending more than 30 years behind bars). Committing his first murder at the age of 14, Filho began a series of burglaries and carried out a murdering spree against local drug dealers. By the age of 18 years old he had killed 10 people. Whilst imprisoned, he executed his own father who was also serving time for murder. Remarkably he went onto kill at least 47 inmates while imprisoned. His continued killings led to further convictions increasing his sentence to 400 years. However he was later released from prison in 2007 after serving 34 years but was later re-arrested in 2011.
3. Dr Harold Shipman


wikipedia
Dr. Harold Fredrick Shipman was
a English doctor and is one of
the world’s most prolific serial
killers in recorded history,
proven to have been responsible
for up to 250 murders. A trusted
doctor, he was well respected in
his community, however
colleagues and local undertakers
began raising concerns over the
high death rate in the area and
the large number of cremation
forms for elderly women that he
had countersigned. Several
bodies were later exhumed and
postmortems revealed
diamorphine within their system.
It was later established Shipman
had purposely injected fatal
doses of the drug in a huge
number of patients, causing
their death. He then forged their
wills so he could inherit large
sums of money and completed
cremation requests to destroy
the victim’s bodies. The trial
judge sentenced him to 15
consecutive life sentences and
recommended that he never be
released. Shipman later hanged
himself in January 2004 in his
cell at Wakefield Prison.
2. Pedro Alonso Lopez


murderpedia.org Pedro Alonso López is a Colombian serial killer, accused of raping and killing more than 300 girls across South America. He lured them to secluded areas or inside unoccupied buildings where he raped each of them before killing them by a range of brutal methods, primarily strangulation. López was arrested when an attempted abduction failed and he was trapped by market traders. He confessed to over 300 murders but the police only believed him when a flash flood uncovered a mass grave containing many of his victims. Eventually 53 bodies were discovered. Imprisoned in 1980 he served 18 years before being released from a Ecuadorian prison and was deported to Columbia where he was rearrested and in 2002 was sentenced to life.
1. Zodiac Killer
What can I say? I find unknown
serial killers to be rather
disturbing. Are they still out
there? I don’t know. But that’s
why the well-known Zodiac Killer
makes my list. The thought that
these monsters could evade
arrest gives me the willies.
Victims: The Zodiac Killer has 7
confirmed victims (5 dead and 2
survivors). However some
believe the killer has as many as
37 victims.
Kill Zone: California, United
States
Methods: Victims were killed
via stabbings and shootings.
Various cases were linked
because of the Zodiac letters
sent to newspapers. The letters
included strange symbols and
ciphers, some of which are still
unsolved. They also included
lines such as “Me=37, SFPD=0,”
announcing 37 victims for the
killer and no points for the
police. The letters date from
August 1969 to 1974 (last
confirmed).
Motives: One deciphered code
claimed the thrill of killing was a
motive, as well as talking about
the victims serving as his slaves
in the afterlife.
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