The 33 Most Disturbing Serial Killers In History, From The Giggling Granny To The Candy Man (2023)

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History's Worst Serial Killers: Edmund Kemper

Edmund Kemper's murders began in 1964 when, at 15, he killed his own grandparents, saying he "just wanted to see what it felt like to kill Grandma." Released after just six years, Kemper rained terror on California, raping, murdering, and desecrating the corpses of eight women, the second-to-last of which was his own mother, who he bludgeoned with a claw hammer before defiling her severed head. He then confessed and remains in prison to this day.Wikimedia Commons

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Rodney Alcala

Rodney James Alcala was a lady-killer — literally. The outwardly charming Alcala landed a spot on The Dating Game in 1978 while in the middle of his murderous reign, later earning him the nickname "The Dating Game Killer." Alcala was eventually given the death sentence by the state of California for the murder of five people. The killer himself, though, says that number is low. He claims that he raped, tortured, and murdered well over 100 victims.Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images

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Leonarda Cianciulli

Leonarda Cianciulli murdered several women in Italy in 1939-1940 — and turned their bodies into soap and teacakes. Her murder spree started after a visit to a fortune teller left her convinced that she had to perform human sacrifices to keep her son alive. She murdered three women, getting rid of their bodies by gifting the soap and cakes to her friends. The clumsy third murder led the police to her door and locals were rocked by the news that their neighbor was a killer — and that they'd been washing their bodies with human remains.Wikimedia Commons

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Nannie Doss

From the 1920s until the 1950s, Nannie Doss, a.k.a. "The Giggling Granny," murdered an estimated 11 people. She killed her four husbands, two of her four children, her two sisters, her mother, a grandson, and a mother-in-law. When she was finally caught, Doss could hardly talk about the murders without cracking a smile and laughing.Bettmann/Getty Images

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Pedro Rodrigues Filho

By the time he was 18, Pedro Rodrigues Filho had already committed 10 murders in his native Brazil. He was just getting started, though — he would kill at least 61 more before he was arrested in 1973. But Filho lived by a code: He only went after criminals and those who had wronged him. That included his own father — when Filho found out his father had killed his mother, he cut out his heart and ate it.YouTube

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Gilles de Rais

Gilles de Rais was considered a hero for his service in the French military alongside Joan Of Arc — until the world found out that he had murdered more than 100 children. Rais is believed to have kidnapped, sexually assaulted, and mutilated young peasant boys in his attempt to summon demons. He was hanged for his crimes on October 26, 1440.Wikimedia Commons

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Richard Chase

Even for a serial killer, Richard Chase is disturbing. Dubbed "The Vampire of Sacramento,"Chase killed six people in California in the 1970s — but he didn't stop there. After they'd died, he defiled their bodies, drank their blood, and ate their internal organs. Ultimately, Chase was caught and killed himself in prison in 1980.YouTube

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Pedro López

The "Monster of the Andes," Pedro López was convicted of killing 110 girls, but some criminologists believe he may have killed as many as 300. López traveled between Columbia, Peru, and Ecuador throughout the 1970s, picking up and murdering his victims. López claims that, at his peak, he was killing up to three people a week. But the most disturbing part of this story is the aftermath. In 1998, López was released from his psychiatric unit for "good behavior." His whereabouts are currently unknown.YouTube

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Aileen Wuornos

Aileen Wuornos killed seven men in Florida between 1989 and 1990. She tried to convince the jury that every murder was in self-defense against men who'd tried to rape her. But they didn't buy it and she was sentenced to death by lethal injection.YouTube

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John Wayne Gacy

John Wayne Gacy is known as "The Killer Clown" for his hobby of painting clowns and performing at birthday parties as Pogo the Clown. Gacy is believed to have lured as many as 33 teenage boys and young men into his suburban Illinois home in the 1970s. With his clueless wife in the other room, he sexually assaulted them, strangled them to death, and buried their bodies in the crawl space under his house before he was caught and finally executed in 1994.Tim Boyle/Getty Images

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Richard Speck

Richard Speck left a nation in terror in 1966 when he murdered eight nursing students in a single night. Speck already had a lengthy criminal record of robbery, rape, and murder when he broke into the Chicago townhouse where the nursing students were living. He tied up and stabbed or strangled eight of the women before fleeing at dawn. Speck spent the rest of his life in prison before dying on the eve of his 50th birthday in 1991.Bettmann Archive/Getty Images

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Robert Hansen

In the remote Alaska wilderness, Robert Hansen kidnapped and murdered at least 17 women in the 1970s and '80s. Inspired by the short story "The Most Dangerous Game," Hansen released his victims into the wilderness and hunted them. Hansen was eventually apprehended in 1983. He spent the rest of his life in an Alaskan prison, where he died in 2014.Wikimedia Commons

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Luis Garavito

They call Luis Garavito "The Beast" — and he earned it. Between 1992 and 1999, Garavito preyed upon street children in his native Colombia, most of them orphans who had lost their parents in the country's civil war. Eventually caught, Garavito is currently serving a 1,853-year sentence in a Colombian prison for the rape and murder of 138 children — though, by some counts, he may have killed as many as 400.Wikimedia Commons

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Andrei Chikatilo

Known as Russia’s “Red Ripper,” Andrei Chikatilo murdered up to 56 women and children between 1978 and 1990. Often, he would gouge his victim's eyes out, convinced that his image would be left on the eyes of the dead. Ultimately, he was caught and executed in 1994.Georges DeKeerle/Sygma/Getty Images


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Ted Bundy

One of the most infamous serial killers in history, Ted Bundy has been linked to more than 30 murders and rapes committed across the U.S. in the 1960s and '70s. And Bundy didn't stop when his victims were dead — he liked to decapitate them and have sex with their remains. This grisly murderer eluded law enforcement for years, even escaping a Colorado jail and going on to kill again. But finally, in 1978, a captured Bundy was sentenced to death.Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images

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Dean Corll

"Candy Man" Dean Corll terrorized Houston in the 1970s as he and two teenage accomplices raped and murdered no less than 28 teenage boys. Corll lured these victims into his van with candy, alcohol, and promises of parties, then forced them to write postcards to their families falsely saying they'd run away — before torturing and killing them. Eventually, the nightmare ended when one of Corll's accomplices, unwilling to kill anymore, stole his gun and shot him in the head.Wikimedia Commons

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Fritz Haarmann

In 1918, Fritz Haarmann "The Vampire of Hanover" embarked on a series of 27 savage murders in Germany. He cannibalized his victims, who were mostly young boys, by biting into their throats. And if the rumors are to be believed, he may even have sold some of their flesh on the black market as mincemeat. It took until 1924 before Haarmann was finally brought to justice and executed by guillotine.Wikimedia Commons

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Myra Hindley

Myra Hindley, the "most evil woman in Britain," helped her lover Ian Brady sexually assault and murder five children in the mid-1960s. In committing the so-called "Moors Murders," the couple lured children into their car under the pretense of offering them a ride home. From there, the couple would brutally murder the children and bury their bodies in the English countryside. The two were caught and put in prison, where Hindley died in 2002.Greater Manchester Police via Getty Images

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Jeffrey Dahmer

Jeffrey Dahmer the "Milwaukee Cannibal" murdered 17 people between 1978 and 1991, most of them gay, black men. He would dismember his victims, eat their flesh, and molest their corpses. In some cases, he would try to "zombify" his victims by drilling holes into their head and pouring in hydrochloric acid. Even other killers were disgusted by him. In 1994, Dahmer was murdered in prison by another inmate.Curt Borgwardt/Sygma/Getty Images

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Joseph James DeAngelo

It took 40 years, but in April 2018, the suspected "Golden State Killer" was finally arrested based on DNA evidence. Now 72, Joseph James DeAngelo is accused of committing at least 12 murders and more than 50 rapes between 1974 and 1986. DeAngelo, a retired police officer who used the same diamond-shaped knot to tie up his victims before killing them, is currently sitting in a Sacramento jail until his trial.Sacramento Police Department/Wikimedia Commons

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Dennis Rader

Denis Rader taunted the police and the media for decades. He sent them letters, calling himself "The BTK Killer," an acronym for his modus operandi: "bind, torture, kill." Using that method, Rader killed 10 people in his home state of Kansas between 1974 and 1991, all the while blending into society as a church-going family man, before he was finally finally caught in 2005. He is currently serving life without parole.El Dorado Correctional Facility/Wikimedia Commons

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Arthur Shawcross

Like many killers, Arthur Shawcross had a troubled childhood. He struggled with below-average intelligence and depraved sexual tendencies, including bestiality and cannibalism. Those dark urges turned into a killing spree in 1972, when he raped and murdered his first victim. It would take until 1990 for New York state police to stop this 300-pound killer. By then, he'd already killed at least a dozen women.Getty Images

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Gary Ridgway

"The Green River Killer," Gary Ridgway, committed at least 71 murders in Washington state in the 1980s and '90s. Like many serial killers, Ridgway targeted sex workers, hitchhikers, and runaways, all of which he would strangle and then dump in the woods or the Green River. Police finally caught Ridgway in 2001 (years after Ted Bundy had helped authorities profile the suspect), at which point he was sentenced to life in prison.Wikimedia Commons

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Alexander Pichushkin

Alexander Pichushkin was dubbed "The Chessboard Killer" for his love of the game, but his real hobby was something far more sinister. By the time he was caught in 2006, Pichushkin had already killed at least 48 people in his native Russia, but he'd planned on killing more. His goal, he confessed, was to get 64 kills: one for each space on the chessboard.Sergey Shakhidzanyan/Laski Diffusion/Getty Images

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Vlado Taneski

Macedonian serial killer Vlado Taneski evaded police for years by using his day job as a journalist to stay in the loop on homicide investigations. Neither his coworkers nor his wife of 31 years ever could have imagined that he was living a double life, torturing and murdering women who worked as house cleaners between 2005 and 2008. His secret life came out when police connected his DNA to semen at the scene of one of his crimes. With everything lost, Taneski killed himself in his prison cell.YouTube

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Anatoly Onoprienko

The "Beast of Ukraine," Anatoly Onoprienko confessed to killing 52 people between just 1989 and 1996. And unlike most serial killers, Onoprienko didn't wait until his victims were alone. On multiple occasions, he executed entire families at once. But Onoprienko was finally stopped by police in 1996. He died in prison of heart failure in 2013.YouTube

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Harold Shipman

Dr. Harold Shipman was only convicted of killing 15 people, but some estimates put the number of patients he murdered at more than 250. "Dr. Death" worked as a general physician in England from 1975 to 1998, during which time he would falsify his victims' medical records to show them to be in poor health, then administer lethal doses of diamorphine. Shortly after his conviction in 2000, Shipman hung himself in his prison cell.Wakefield Prison/Wikimedia Commons

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Joachim Kroll

Over a span of 20 years starting in 1955, German serial killer Joachim Kroll committed 14 murders, going after victims as young as four and as old as 61. The brutal Kroll preferred to strangle his victims before having intercourse with their corpses. He also confessed to police that he would occasionally slice off parts of their flesh to eat later on. He was arrested after police learned that the guts from one of his victims had clogged the plumbing in his apartment.YouTube

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Sergey Golovkin

Russian serial killer Sergey Golovkin raped and murdered 11 young boys between 1986 and 1992. Golovkin would kidnap his victims at knifepoint and drag them into the woods before committing his savagery. Mere murder, though, got dull. Golovkin, wanting to prolong their suffering, turned his basement workshop into a dungeon. There, he could torture his victims for as long as he wanted before allowing them to die. Finally, in 1996, after his capture, he became the last person in Russia to be executed before capital punishment was abolished.YouTube

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Tiago Gomes da Rocha

Tiago Gomes da Rocha carried out an estimated 39 murders in his native Brazil between 2011 and 2014. He would ride up to one of his victims on a motorbike, shoot them, and speed off. They were like gangland killings, except that his targets were people he'd never met. Most were either homeless or members of the homosexual community. In the end, he was convicted for 11 of his alleged 39 murders, and was only given a 25-year sentence for his crimes.YouTube

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Yang Xinhai

The most prolific serial killer in modern Chinese history, Yang Xinhai was found guilty of 67 murders carried out between 1999 and 2003. Authorities believe that Xinhai would enter the homes of his victims at night and use tools from his job as a day laborer to bludgeon them to death, sometimes raping them in the process. Each time, he would wear different sized clothes and shoes in an attempt to hide his identity. He was eventually arrested and then executed by firing squad in 2004.YouTube

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Tommy Lynn Sells

Tommy Lynn Sells was only convicted of one murder, but authorities believe that he's responsible for another 21 homicides. The perpetually homeless Sells hitchhiked back and forth across the United States throughout the 1980s and '90s, killing those who were unfortunate enough to cross his path. He was apprehended when one of his victims managed to escape and describe him to police. He was executed by lethal injection at Texas State Penitentiary in Huntsville, Texas in 2014.Texas Department of Corrections/Wikimedia Commons

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Richard Ramirez

Over the course of just one year between 1984 and 1985, Richard Ramirez had the cities of San Francisco and Los Angeles in a near constant state of fear. Ramirez, dubbed "The Night Stalker", was an avowed Satanist when he began burglarizing homes and raping and killing his victims. He used a variety of weapons to carry out his twisted crimes, ranging from handguns and hammers to machetes. It wasn't until he fled a convenience store after seeing his face on a newspaper that he was eventually captured in 1985. He died while still on death row in 2013.San Quentin State Prison/Wikimedia Commons

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How many murders did the giggling nanny confess to? ›

Confession and conviction

Doss confessed to killing four of her husbands, her mother, her sister, her grandson, and her mother-in-law.

What serial killer is Granny based on? ›

Tamara Samsonova
BornFebruary 5, 1947 Uzhur, Krasnoyarsk Krai, RSFSR, Soviet Union
Other names"The Granny Ripper", "Baba Yaga" “PSYCHO”
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Who is the scariest serial killer in history? ›

The following list explores some of the most notorious serial killers the world has ever known.
  • Jack the Ripper. ...
  • Jeffrey Dahmer. ...
  • Harold Shipman. ...
  • John Wayne Gacy. ...
  • H.H. Holmes. ...
  • Pedro Lopez. ...
  • Ted Bundy.

Was there a serial killer called the candy man? ›

Dean Arnold Corll (December 24, 1939 – August 8, 1973) was an American serial killer and sex offender who abducted, raped, tortured, and murdered a minimum of 28 teenage boys and young men between 1970 and 1973 in Houston and Pasadena, Texas.
Dean Corll
CountryUnited States
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What happens to the killer nanny? ›

The first Brit ever tried for murder in front of TV cameras, she was found guilty of second-degree murder and got a life term. But 10 days later, after an appeal, her conviction was reduced to involuntary manslaughter and she was released immediately.

Is the nanny guilty? ›

Despite these arguments, Woodward was found guilty of first degree murder and sentenced to 15 years in prison. In the days following the verdict it emerged that the jury had been split about the murder charge, and moreover none of the jury "thought she tried to murder him,” according to one juror.

Is Granny a demon? ›

Description. Granny's origin, and what she actually is, is never mentioned in-game. Her house is found isolated in a dense forest, which means that she may be a demon or an entity. However, this makes a bit of plot hole, because in Slendrina X, Slendrina was trapped in a book.

What is the story behind Granny the game? ›

Granny is an Indie horror game developed and published by DVloper, as part of the Slenderina series. The game features an unnamed protagonist trapped in a house, needing to solve puzzles while avoiding a "Granny" to get out of the house in a time period of only five days.

Who was the Death Row Granny? ›

Known was "Death Row Granny" Velma Barfield is believed to have murdered at least 6 people. She was the first woman in the United States to be executed after the 1976 resumption of capital punishment. Hosted on Acast.

Who is America's #1 serial killer? ›

Samuel Little (born Samuel McDowell; June 7, 1940 – December 30, 2020) was an American serial killer who confessed to murdering 93 women between 1970 and 2005.

Who is the #1 serial killer in the world? ›

The most prolific modern serial killer is arguably Dr. Harold Shipman, with 218 probable murders and possibly as many as 250 (see "Medical professionals", below).

Who is the 1 serial killer? ›

1. Dennis Rader, AKA the BTK Killer. Dennis Rader was a serial killer in Kansas who murdered 10 people over the span of three decades, dubbing himself BTK because he bound, tortured, and killed his victims. He committed his first murders in January of 1974 when he strangled four family members, including two children.

How was Candyman killed? ›

This forbidden interracial affair brings the city's wrath down on Granville. Cutting his right painting hand off with a rusty blade, the lynch mob then covers his naked body with honey, cheering as he's stung to death by bees.

Who was the Laughing Man serial killer? ›

Selz served more than 30 years in California prisons for the murder of Rice. He was known as "The Laughing Killer" because when he revealed the location of Mrs. Rice's grave in the Santa Cruz mountains he couldn't stop giggling.

Who is the most famous cannibal serial killer? ›

Jeffrey Dahmer, a serial killer living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States, murdered 17 young men and boys between 1978 and 1991.

Did Louise Woodward shake the baby? ›

In a later interview, Woodward admitted to "lightly shaking" the unresponsive baby, an action recommended by the National Institutes of Health. Matthew's parents filed a civil lawsuit to prevent Woodward from earning any profits from selling her story.

Did Matthew Eappen's parents have more children? ›

'" Deborah and Sunil have three other children, Brendan, Kevin and Elisabeth and are also still practising medicine, according to The Sun - Sunil as an anesthesiologist in Boston, Massachusetts and Deborah as an ophthalmologist in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Is the Nanny Killer still in jail? ›

After spending 279 days in jail, she returned to the UK, where almost 25 years on from the trial, she now lives as a free woman and has her own daughter.

Why did Louise Woodward shake the baby? ›

According to prosecutors, Woodward had admitted to shaking Matthew because he was "fussy" (UPI, 6 February, 1997 – 'English Nanny Charged with Shaking Baby'). Five days later, Matthew would die in hospital and Woodward's charges would be elevated to murder.

Did the nanny ever have a baby? ›

Fran gives birth to fraternal twins, Jonah Samuel and Eve Catherine, in the series finale. Jonah, being named for Fran's side of the family, is more reserved like Maxwell.

How much did Nanny Fine weigh? ›

When I sold the show [in 1993], I was 142 pounds — and by the time we were in our fifth season, I was maybe 110 pounds.

What is Granny's full name? ›

Real nameAgatha (last name unknown)
Also known asGranni, Gramps, Grands, Grandii, Grammy, Granny Award, Scary old hog/hag, Creeps, old zombie woman, Richard Dixmor-look-alike, Evil woman, Never Land spawn, Grandma
NationalityUnknown, probably Romanian or at least of Romanian descent
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Who is the villain in Granny? ›

Granny is the titular main antagonist of the Granny horror series, the spin-off of the Slendrina franchise, and the secondary antagonist in The Twins in Guest Mode (alongside Grandpa). She kidnaps the protagonist of the game and keeps them locked in her house, giving them only five days to escape.

What is the ghost in Granny? ›

Slendrina is a character/ghost in Granny: Chapter Two.

Is granny kid friendly? ›

This game has been reated 12+ for violence and fear.

Only horor stuff in this are when granny hits you and mild blood on screen.

Why does granny have red eyes? ›

In Granny, Granny will also enter the red eyes mode if you kill the Spider, crow, or hold the Teddy. In Granny 3, they both will enter red eyes mode if the Teddy is held or the Crow is killed. This will continue until either the player or the grandparents are knocked out.

What is the secret in granny? ›

The Secret Area is a collection of rooms behind three boxes in the Walk-In Closet. These rooms contain the weapon cabinet, the screwdriver safe and a room with some hanging meat. The Secret Area was added to Granny in Version 1.1. Granny will rarely enter the lower floors of this area on her own.

How was the granny killer caught? ›

But by the time Glover made his final, awful killing - the murder of his friend Joan Sinclair in March 1990 - police were waiting outside the home. He tried to take his own life in his victim's bathtub immediately afterwards, but was resuscitated and arrested.

Who was the last person to be executed by firing squad? ›

The last person to be executed by firing squad in the United States was Ronnie Lee Gardner, in 2010, who said he had chosen that method because there would be “no mistakes.” A hood was placed over his head and a target strapped to his chest before a five-member team of state law enforcement agents fired a series of ...

Is the granny story true? ›

full story explained the popular video game. granny is based on a true story. tamara samson nova. aka granny ripper.

Who was America's first female serial killer? ›

Jane Toppan should be known as well as Jack the Ripper: America's first female serial killer and an angel of death with dozens of victims, but also a victim herself.

Who is the most evil serial killer in America? ›

Ted Bundy: America's Most Evil Serial Killer.

Who is the youngest serial killer in US history? ›

Craig Price is the youngest serial killer in U.S. history.

Who is the first youngest serial killer? ›

Sada committed the first murder at the age of 7. "Born in 1998 in the village of Mushahar in Bihar, India, Amarjeet Sada is believed to have murdered three people, including family members, by the time he was eight years old in separate incidents between 2006 and 2007," the Daily Mirror reports.

Who is the popular serial killer? ›

Infamous Serial Killers. Serial killers commit some of the most horrifying acts of violence ever known: Ted Bundy, David Berkowitz (the “Son of Sam”), the Zodiac Killer, Jeffrey Dahmer, Jack the Ripper, John Wayne Gacy and Andrew Cunanan are among the most frightening criminals in history.

Who is the youngest serial killer alive? ›

Amarjeet Sada from India's Bihar is believed to be the youngest serial killer who murdered three people by the time he was aged eight, reported The Mirror. Born in 1998, Sada murdered his family members in separate incidents between 2006 and 2007.

Has there ever been a female serial killer? ›

Aileen Wuornos (1956-2002)

After years of run-ins with the law, between the years of 1989-1990, Wuornos shot dead and robbed seven of her male clients. She later claimed that her clients had either raped or attempted to rape her and that all of the murders were committed in self-defence.

Who is the oldest serial killer in history? ›

It was an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers on Aug. 20, 1989, that would expose Ray, 76, and Faye, 68, as America's oldest serial killers.

Is Dean Corll still alive? ›

Who does Candyman target? ›

One thing that is clear is that while Candyman killed a bit more indiscriminately in the original film — his victims were mostly the Black residents of the Cabrini-Green projects — here he seems to focus almost entirely on white targets, and acts as a kind of avenger of racial injustice.

Why is Candyman evil? ›

In the movie series he is the evil ghost of an African-American man who was brutally lynched for a forbidden interracial love affair in the 19th century, and will haunt and kill anyone who calls the name of Candyman before a mirror five times in a row.

Was there a real Happy Face Killer? ›

Jesperson, who was arrested in 1995 on suspicion of killing a woman in Washington state, was dubbed the Happy Face Killer because he drew smiley faces on letters he sent to the media and police, prosecutors said.

Is Happy Face Killer still alive? ›

Jesperson eventually confessed to killing eight women between 1990 and 1995 in California, Washington, Oregon, Florida, Nebraska, and Wyoming. He currently is serving four life sentences without possibility of parole in Oregon.

Is the Happy Face Killer still alive in jail? ›

Jesperson's last victim was the crime that ultimately led to his capture. While he has claimed to have killed as many as 185 people, only eight murders have been confirmed. Jesperson is currently serving a sentence of life without parole at the Oregon State Penitentiary.

What serial killer ate brains? ›

Jeffrey Dahmer
DiedNovember 28, 1994 (aged 34) Portage, Wisconsin, U.S.
Cause of deathHomicide by bludgeoning (severe skull and brain trauma)
Resting placeCremated, ashes given to parents
Other namesThe Milwaukee Cannibal The Milwaukee Monster
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Which serial killer wore skin? ›

Ed Gein

Who was the first female cannibal? ›

Katherine Knight
OccupationAbattoir worker
SpouseDavid Kellett ​ ( m. 1974⁠–⁠1984)​
Parent(s)Ken Knight Barbara Roughan
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Was granny based off of a true story? ›

full story explained the popular video game. granny is based on a true story. tamara samson nova. aka granny ripper.

Was granny based on a true story? ›

granny the game is based on a true story.

Which serial killer killed their grandma? ›

He ran away to reunite with his father, but he had remarried around Christmas of 1963 and sent Edmund to stay with his paternal grandparents in North Fork, California. It was there, in August 1964 at the age of 15, that he murdered them.
Edmund Kemper
Conviction(s)First-degree murder (×8)
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Is Killer Grandma Based on a true story? ›

Helen Golay and Olga Rutterschmidt looked like two normal elderly women who would attend services at the First Presbyterian Church in Hollywood.

Is Slendrina's child a boy or girl? ›

Slendrina's Child is the daughter of Slendrina and Slender. She was born in an old, abandoned asylum, where she looked closer to Slendrina, though with time her appearance shifted closer to a human baby.

Where is the granny jail? ›

The Jail is a room, located in the Attic. It contains various items behind the Jail Ventilator (a fan that is found on the back wall of the cell). Granny will never go here on her own will, unless a noise is made, or if the Player goes back there with the Teddy, or if they get locked in the jail cell.

Is gangster Granny alive? ›

Ben and Granny are later met by the police, but they are let off the hook after Granny points out that they do not have the Crown Jewels with them. Granny dies, and her jewellery box is donated to charity.

Is Granny a werewolf? ›

Granny was also a werewolf, but it faded with age. However, she still has some of her enhanced senses.

What does grandpa say in granny 2? ›

Grandpa will shout "There you are!", "I see you!" or "Aha!" everytime he spots the Player. When he loses the them, he laughes or says a short sentence, or he mumbles something incomprehensible. Sometimes he sleeps in the TV Room, on the couch, snoring loudly and producing "Z" particles.

Who was the number 1 serial killer in America? ›

Samuel Little (born Samuel McDowell; June 7, 1940 – December 30, 2020) was an American serial killer who confessed to murdering 93 women between 1970 and 2005.

What did Jeff Dahmer do to his grandma? ›

What happened to Jeffrey grandma? ›

No, Dahmer did not kill his grandmother. According to her gravestone, Catherine passed away on December 25th, 1992 while Dahmer was in prison at the Columbia Correctional Facility. Dahmer himself died almost two years later, on November 28, 1994.

What happens in Killer Grandma? ›

Melissa, a happily married woman with an eight-year-old daughter invites her husband's mother to live with them. However, Melissa comes to realize that Grandma is unhinged and wants to kidnap Melissa's daughter to replace her own dead child.


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