The Most Dangerous and Violent Serial Killers to Give You the Chills (Part 4)

16 Jan 2024

16. Jack The Ripper

Although the real killer(s) were never identified, his name was known all over the world. 'Jack the Ripper' removed the organs of his victims after killing them. It was believed that the killer, who was thought to be a single person after investigations, had surgical experience. Active between 1888-18891, the perpetrator murdered countless female sex workers in the slums of London.

17.Ted Bundy

Ted Bundy was a rapist and necrophiliac. He was active in several US states and confessed to killing more than 30 women. After killing his victims, he returned to the crime scene and had sexual intercourse with the corpses. He beheaded at least 12 of his victims and kept the heads as trophies in his home. Bundy, 49, was killed in the electric chair in 1989. Ted's lawyer said he was the epitome of evil.

18.Tsutomu Miyazaki

Miyazaki had multiple names, including 'Dracula', 'Little Girl Killer' and 'Otaku Killer'. The reason he had so many names was because he kidnapped and killed little girls and then had sexual intercourse with their dead bodies. He ate the hand of one of his victims and drank his blood. He also preserved the body parts of the people he killed and sent postcards to the families describing the murders. After these events, his father committed suicide and Miyazaki was hanged in 2008, at the age of 45.

19.Donald Henry Gaskins (Pee Wee)

Gaskins said he killed 80-90 people, first torturing and then mutilating them. In 1969 he began killing hitchhikers on the coastal roads of South America. When his accomplice witnessed Gaskins killing two young men, he went to the police. Gaskins was initially sentenced to death, but his sentence was later commuted to life imprisonment. While in prison, he added another murder to his name by killing an inmate.

20.Zodiac Killer

The killer got the name by sending coded letters to the Bay Area Press. Of the four letters he sent, only one has been decrypted. Zodiac sent a total of three ciphers to the newspapers. Active in California in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the killer claimed to have killed 37 people, but only 7 victims were confirmed. The case remains unsolved as there were many suspects.

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