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Serial killers – stories from real life
The most evil and notorious serial killers in history. Andrei Chikatilo, Rodney Alcala, Ted Bundy, BTK and Harold Shipman. Who is not fascinated by the serial killers? For the most part, serial killers commit murders purely for psychological satisfaction in order to satisfy their own selfish needs.
Serial killers here are as defined by FBI: someone who commits two or more murders with "cooling-off" periods. The cooling-off period marks the difference between a spree murder and a serial murder.
There is no generic template or a single factor that leads to the development of a serial killer rather a multitude of factors such as other violent offenses, biological, social, and psychological traits. Each killer is driven by their own unique motives or reasons and is not limited to a specific demographic group, such as their sex, age or race.
“What I did was not for sexual pleasure. Rather it brought me some peace of mind.”
– Cannibal Andrei Chikatilo, who ate the organs of his victims.
68-year-old Russian pensioner Tamara Samsonova (Тамара Самсонова) could become one of the most prolific serial killers in Russian history. A grandmother dubbed as “Granny the Ripper”, kept a diary in three different languages, revealing she murdered 10 people and hacked their bodies apart during the 20-year reign of terror. The final nail in the coffin for the pensioner was being caught on CCTV.
Peter Woodcock was a Canadian serial killer and child rapist who brutally murdered three young children in the late 1950s. He underwent cutting-edge LSD therapy at a mental hospital but killed again when given a day of freedom. Woodcock was deemed to be psychopathic and dubbed by the media as The Serial Killer They Couldn’t Cure.
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were another ruthless predator couple who preyed on the weakest – children. The story is somewhat similar to the case of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka, but unlike Karla, Myra wasn’t able to get away with murder and rape.
The victims were children between the ages of 10 and 17, boys and girls. At least four of them were sexually assaulted. The cruel acts performed by the couple were named The Moors murders – after a rocky moorland in Northern England where two of the victim’s graves were discovered.