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10 Most Brutal Serial Killers Ever

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  1. Rob says:

    John Wayne Gacy? Guess he wasn’t brutal enough

    1. Steve says:

      Right?!? Or Gary Ridgeway who had the highest body count in the US

  2. Steve says:

    Jeffrey Dahmer killed 17 people… Not 70…

  3. Clark says:

    Ted Bundy should not be number one. Top ten sure but not number one. Albert Fish, Green River, Richard Ramirez, BTK were all more terrifying.

  4. Jo Archer says:

    The most prolific serial killer was Pedro Alonso López from Colombia, accused of raping and killing more than 300 girls across South America was believed to have preyed on young and vulnerable girls in Peru. 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. 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 just 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.

    I would argue that these guys should have been on the list for the most brutal though…

    Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris, nicknamed ‘The Tool Box Killers’ are two American serial killers who together murdered 5 young women in California in 1979. Luring victims into their van and driving them to secluded areas where they both raped and tortured them horrifically with a number of tools before murdering them. In 1981 Bittaker and Norris were charged with murder, kidnapping and rape. Bittaker was sentenced to death and remains on death row to this day.[update] Norris was spared execution in return for his testimony against Bittaker and sentenced to 45 years in prison.

    Dennis Raider murdered 10 people in Sedgwick County, Wichita, Kansas between 1974 and 1991. Obsessed with notoriety, Raider sent taunting letters to police under the name BTK which stood for ‘Bind, Torture, Kill’. Rader stalked his victims before breaking into their homes, then binded their limbs before strangling them. Having disappeared in 1988, BTK remerged 2005 when he sent a floppy disc to the press which was to be his downfall. Tracing him via the floppy disc, Rader was arrested and charged upon which he immediately confessed. He is serving 10 consecutive life sentences with an earliest possible release date of February 26, 2180.

    Fred West and his wife Rose tortured, raped and murdered at least 11 young women and girls between 1967 and 1987, many at the couple’s homes at 25 Cromwell Street, Gloucester which was later nicknamed the house of horrors. 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. Having been arrested and during his trial, Fred West hanged himself in his prison cell prior to being convicted. In 1995 Rose West was jailed for life having been found guilty on 10 counts of murder. Their house at Cromwell Street was demolished in 1996 to discourage souvenir hunters.

    Charles Ng is believed to have raped, tortured and murdered between 11 and 25 victims with his accomplice Leonard Lake at Lake’s ranch in Calaveras County, California. They filmed themselves raping and torturing their victims. Their crimes became known in 1985 when Lake committed suicide after being arrested and Ng was caught shoplifting at a hardware store. Police searched Lake’s ranch and found human remains. Ng was identified as Lake’s partner in crime and attempted to evade police by fleeing to Canada. After a lengthy extradition to the United States He stood trial in 1998 on twelve counts of murder and was convicted in 1999. Ng is currently on death row at San Quentin State Prison.

    The info above is pretty much copied from list25 dot com.

    1. Robert Upton says:

      The most prolific was Luis Garavito with a confirmed 138. Pedro Lopez had only a confirmed 110.

  5. Hugo says:

    Um……. Jack the Ripper? Hello? You forgot the man who paved the way for these lunatics, the man who mutilated women beyond all recognition, and would keep organs as trophies, because they were nothing more to him than game to hunt to satisfy his sadistic needs. Also, he over 110 years later, he’s never been caught, a real pro, if a terribly messed up man.

  6. Lily says:

    What about the ripper?

  7. Idek says:

    Wheres Tsutomu Miyazaki..?

  8. Dominick Perez says:

    The Monster Of The Andes was the most powerful serial killer of the modern era.

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