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He left clues for police, but wasn’t arrested until 2005.He was charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and is serving 10 life sentences.
He was finally captured 11 days after his last murder, and was sentenced to six consecutive 25-to-life terms.
As a teenager, Kemper killed both of his grandparents and later murdered his mother and her friend. Richard Speck Speck murdered eight female nursing students in 1966 in Chicago after previously escaping police custody for other brutal crimes.
A manhunt followed the mass murdering and he was found two days later. Also Read: ' Mindhunter' Trailer: David Fincher's Serial Killer Series Seems Super Spooky (Video) Monte Ralph Rissell Rissell was a serial rapist-murderer, and started his horrifying behavior as a teenager.
On September 13, 1978, Rodney Alcala was Bachelor No.1.
He won the game by describing himself as a banana and asking the contestant to peel him.
Mentioned but not pictured: Charles Manson Manson isn’t featured as one of the interviews in “Mindhunter,” but he is mentioned in the first episode by Special Agent Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) as part of what is making the world so confusing.
Manson was the head of the Manson Family Cult, which carried out 35 killings.
He believes he was told to carry out the murders by a demon-possessed dog, which is mentioned in “Mindhunter.” Also Read: ' Mindhunter:' FBI Agents Meet the ' Coed Killer' in New Trailer (Video) Vaughn Greenwood aka Skidrow Slasher Greenwood was suspected of killing at least 13 people between 19.
He made his mark by slashing victims’ throats and sprinkling salt around the bodies. Herbert Mullin Mullin murdered 13 people in California in the early 1970s, believing that killing them in sacrifice would prevent earthquakes.
He was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia in prison. aka Cincinnati Strangler Laskey strangled to death seven women between 19.
Although he was only convicted of one murder, he was blamed for the strangulations that frightened Cincinnati for a year.
Gerard John Schaefer Schaefer was convicted of killing two women, but told police and the press that he murdered more than 28 more. We've spent a lot of time staring into Netflix's dark, cracked "Black Mirror," which returns for Season 4 this month.