Serial Killers

Kang Ho Sun


Photo credit: BBC

Kang Ho Sun killed at least 10 women between 2006 and 2008 in the Gyeonggi Province of South Korea. He picked them up in bars or at bus stops, raped and killed them, and then dumped their bodies in the woods near the city of Ansan. DNA evidence connected him to eight murder cases, and he confessed to the killings. However, police suspect that he is responsible for more murdersand are looking into disappearances in the region.

Curiously, Kang Ho Sun was convicted of a further two murders, those of his wife and mother-in-law, but he vehemently denies committing them. The two died in a suspicious fire a short time after Kang purchased several policies in his wife’s name, so he inherited a lot of money after her death. Despite the overwhelming evidence (as well as his conviction as a serial killer), Kang insists that the fire was an accident.

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