25 Aug 2016

Anatoly Onoprienko

In “The Terminator,” the T-800 breaks into several homes and even a police station, murdering everyone in sight. In that respect, he’s not much different than his Ukrainian namesake, Anatoly Onoprienko. In 1989, Onoprienko pulled up beside a car parked on the side of the road and shot everyone inside.

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25 Aug 2016

Adolfo Constanzo

When Adolfo Constanzo was a baby, a priest gave him a bowlful of water…that had been used to boil human bones. It was the first step in a magical career that would end with dismembered corpses scattered across Mexico. His mom raised him as a follower of Palo Mayombe, an

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25 Aug 2016

Karl Denke

Thanks to Hannibal Lecter, cannibal killers aren’t all that shocking. In fact, we almost expect it from our psychopathic murderers. However, Karl Denke took things to the next level. He was Lecter meets Mrs. Lovett. Denke lived in what was then the town of Muensterberg in Germany (today it’s Ziebice,

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25 Aug 2016

Angel Maturino Resendiz

The angel in Revelation 18 is no Raphaelite cherub. It’s apocalyptically powerful, preaches fire and brimstone…and is symbolic of a Mexican immigrant with a penchant for violence. Well, that’s what Angel Maturino Resendiz believed anyway. The migrant worker claimed to be half-man, half-angel. He was impossible to kill, thought Timothy

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25 Aug 2016

Robert Ben Rhoades

Want to hear a disturbing statistic? In 2012, the FBI claimed there were at least 300 “highway serial killers” cruising America’s interstates. Of course, 300 in a nation of over 300 million is a pretty small number. Enter Robert Ben Rhoades. Chances are good most hitchhikers won’t end up on dead

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25 Aug 2016

Vlado Taneski

Crime reporters like Paul Avery and Dominick Dunne have nothing on Vlado Taneski. The Macedonian writer took investigative journalism to a whole new level when he covered a serial killer’s exploits in the town of Kicevo. In the mid-2000s, Taneski wrote about three women who’d been violently raped and murdered.

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25 Aug 2016

Carl Eugene Watts

Houston, Texas was a bad place to be in 1981. The Lone Star State’s biggest city had the dubious distinction of leading the nation in homicides—over 700 of them. When Carl Eugene Watts moved into town, things got a lot worse. Before he started his Houston spree, Watts had been

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Hiroshi Maeue
25 Aug 2016

Hiroshi Maeue

While the internet provides us with easy access to information and many hours of cat videos, it definitely has a dark side such as Hiroshi Maeue. For example, depressed Japanese citizens afraid to die alone use the web to form suicide pacts. After finding partners online, they meet up and

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25 Aug 2016

Pedro Rodriguez Filho

Arrested in 1973, Pedro was later convicted in 2003 for the murder of at least 71 people and was then sentenced to 128 years imprisonment. He was only 14 when he committed his first killing. He wreaked havoc on local drug dealers, in revenge for his girlfriend’s killing while he

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25 Aug 2016

William Bonin

Bonin was also known as the ‘Freeway Killer’. Between 1979 and 1980, he raped, tortured and murdered at least 21 young men.  Bonin would dump their bodies along freeways in South California. After being convicted for 14 of his killings, he was executed by lethal injection in 1996. His sadistic side

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