Serial Killer

A serial killer is typically a person who murders three or more persons, with the murders taking place over more than a month and including a significant period of time between them. While most authorities set a threshold of three murders, others extend it to four or lessen it to two. Wikipedia

Serial killer Brasilia

Lázaro Barbosa de Sousa (27 August 1988 – 28 June 2021) was a Brazilian fugitive criminal wanted for murder, rape, home invasion and kidnapping. On 9 June 2021, he murdered four members of a family in Ceilândia and fled, triggering a 20-day manhunt which culminated with his death in a shootout with police. He died 28 June 2021 (aged 32), Águas Lindas de Goiás, Goiás, Brazil.

Who is the biggest serial killer ever?

The most prolific substantiated modern serial killer is ‘Pedro López’. Pedro born in Colombia, he raped and killed young girls in Colombia, Peru and Ecuador, eventually confessing to 300 such murders. Charged on 57 counts of murder in Ecuador, the Monster of the Andes was sentenced in 1980 to life imprisonment.

Who is the most famous serial killer?

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;

Who are the top 5 serial killers of all time?

ELIZABETH BATHORY. ~ 650 murders.

GILLES DE RAIS. ~ 600 murders.

PETER NIERS. ~ 544 murders.

AMELIA DYER. ~ 400 murders.

PEDRO LOPEZ. ~ 350 murders.

Who is America’s #1 serial killer?

Dennis Rader, AKA the BTK Killer. Dennis Rader was a serialkiller 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.

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