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Alexander Pichushkin known as the Chessboard Killer. Convicted of murdering 48 victims and suspected of killing 61. Claimed to have murdered 63 people out of his goal of 64 to fill a chessboard; stated goal of becoming Russia's most prolific serial killer.
Aleksandr Pičuškin (The chessboard killer)
Ronald Joseph Dominique is an American serial killer from the Bayou Blue area of Houma, Louisiana. Dominique was investigated following a police report by a man who refused to let Dominique tie him up. The most recent victim, Christopher Sutterfield, had died about two months earlier.
March 8,1953 - Mrs. Rosary Shellfo,22,after carefully bathing her 2 year old baby,laid the infant facedown on her kitchen bread-board and hacked off his head.She told police simply:”I don’t know why I killed my baby”.
MYRA HINDLEY AND IAN BRADY Hindley and Brady were both raised in troubled homes: Hindley had an abusive father and Brady never knew his real parents. Brady’s inclination towards crime was more apparent at first with while Hindley was still a popular babysitter in their neighborhood. The two committed some of the worst, gruesome murders in British crime history known as the Moors murders.
Gerald and Charlene were a husband and wife serial killer team who were active from 1978 until 1980 in the western United States. Andrei Chikatilo. Soviet serial killer. Committed a min of 52 women+children murders between 1978-1990.He confessed to 56 murders,was tried for 53+was convicted+sentenced to death for 52 in Oct.1992 Was executed in Feb.1994.During the trial he was kept in an iron cage 2 protect him from attack by the many enraged relatives of his victims who regularly shouted threats demanding that authorities release him so that they could kill him themselves.
Charles Frederick Albright (born August 10, 1933) is an American serial killer and diagnosed psychopath from Dallas, Texas, convicted of killing one woman and suspected of killing two other women in 1991. He is incarcerated in Montford Unit in Lubbock, Texas.
In 1937 Hallie Illingworth vanished without a trace.  Monty claimed that his wife had run off with a sailor, soon afterwards he ran off with another woman; he would be granted a divorce from Hallie in 1938. His story seemed suspicious.. In 1940, two fishermen spotted an object floating on the water: they saw a body wrapped in blankets and hog tied with heavy rope. The body showed clear evidence of being strangled, until today the ghost of Hallie is haunting Lake Crescent.