The Ones Who Shunt Be Named!
What is the first thing that hits your head when you hear the word ‘serial killer’ tickling down your ear? Well let me guess, the thought itself can help you stay awake at the hour of the moon. Serial killers to be precise are some sort of plague for us. We surely don’t want to be in any near or far radius of them.
Not being creepy but my hands are seriously twitching at the fact that how can a creature be so monotonous in their library of life that even for killing people they will use the same episodes of instruments and techniques.
Let’s just calm ourselves the hell down and be thankful to the ‘bar almighty’ that some of them have been booked for their brutal being and sent to a place where they actually belong. But what if I tell you that even at the last tick-tock of their lives, they ‘managed’ to say something that can literally make the hair at the back of your neck a little too high?
So again, stay calm and start scrolling towards the ‘shocking’ 10 minutes of your lives and make sure to caress your heart after getting at the edge of it.
Aileen Carol Wuornos: Killed 7 men by shooting them at point blank range. She claimed that her ‘victims’ had either raped her or tried to rape her and that her every action was out-of ‘Self Defense’.
Peter Kurten: He was known as The Vampire of Düsseldorf and the Düsseldorf Monster because the majority of his murders were committed in and around the city of Düsseldorf (Germany). He was called vampire because once he drank the blood of a swan that he killed and he also tried to drink the blood of his victims.
James D. French: He was already in prison for life for killing a motorist, when he killed one of his cellmate, before execution. He was the last one to be executed by electric chair.
Carl Panzram: He was a serial killer, rapist, arsonist and burglar. In his autobiography, Panzram confessed that he was a “rage personified” and that he would rape men whom he had robbed.
Donald Henry Gaskins: Being raped several times by his ‘fellow inmates’ in the reform home and being dreadfully beaten by his several ‘step fathers’, in his autobiography, The Final Truth, he wrote that he had a “special mind” that gave him “permission to kill”.
Fritz Haarmann: He became known as the Butcher of Hanover due to the extensive mutilation and dismemberment committed upon his victims’ bodies and the Vampire of Hanover and the Wolf Man because of his preferred murder method of biting into or through his victims’ throats.
Henry Howard Holmes: Considered as one of the first documented serial killers in the modern sense of the term, Holmes built a hotel called as “World’s Fair Hotel” where he committed all the crimes. He selected mostly female victims from among his employees as well as his lovers and hotel guests, whom he would later kill. Some were locked in soundproof bedrooms fitted with gas lines. Some victims were taken to one of the rooms on the second floor, called the “secret hanging chamber”, where Holmes hanged them.
Theodore Robert Bundy: Known for his ‘charm’ to woo women, Bundy assaulted and murdered young girls and women. He sometimes revisited his secondary crime scenes for hours at a time, grooming and performing sexual acts with the decomposing corpses until destruction by wild animals made further ‘interaction’ impossible. He decapitated at least 12 of his victims, and kept some of the severed heads in his apartment for a period of time as ‘trophies’.
Thomas J. Grasso: A 32-year-old male executed by lethal injection for two murders.
John Wayne Gacy: Also known as ‘Killer Clown’, Gacy sexually assaulted and killed at least 33 teenage boys. He became known as the “Killer Clown” due to his charitable services at fundraising events, parades, and children’s parties where he would dress as “Pogo the Clown”, a character he devised himself.
Albert Fish: He was also known as The Gray Man, The Werewolf of Wysteria, The Brooklyn Vampire and The Boogey Man. A child rapist and cannibal, Fist boasted that he “had children in every state”.