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Famous American serial killers list - a comprehensive list of known serial killers who were born or have operated in the US. Serial killers are usually white, heterosexual, males in their twenties and thirties with low self-esteem.
Gerald and Charlene Gallego: also known as The Gallego Sex Slaves Killers ; kidnapped, raped and killed victims in the late 1970s; most of them were teenagers Carlton Gary: convicted of the murders of seven elderly women in Georgia Donald Henry Peewee Gaskins: also known as The Meanest Man in America ; convicted of nine murders; confessed to more than 200; executed in 1991 Alfred Gaynor: Crack cocaine addict. Belle Gunness: Norwegian-born murder-for-profit killer who killed her suitors and children in Indiana Anna Marie Hahn: German-born murder-for-profit killer who poisoned five elderly men; executed in 1938 William Hance: also known as The Forces Of Evil ; soldier who used the murders of Carlton Gary as an excuse for killing four women around military bases in 19 Robert Hansen: Alaskan baker who killed prostitutes at his cabin; convicted of four murders but confessed to the murder of 17 women and the kidnap and rape of another 30. Donald Harvey: also known as The Angel of Death ; hospital orderly; confessed to more than 80 mercy killings with 37 confirmed killings Charles Ray Hatcher: convicted of two child murders in 19 having killed another in 1969; also stabbed to death a fellow inmate and another man 20 years apart Dale Hausner: Convicted of killing 6 people in random drive-by shootings in 2006 in Phoenix, Arizona Linda Hazzard: Attributed to 13 deaths which she claimed was medical treatment and was convicted of manslaughter in one death, in which she additionally forged the victim s will and stole her valuables. Holmes: active from 1890 to 1894 during Chicago s 1893 World s Columbian Exposition; convicted of only one murder but definitively tied to at least eight more and confessed to a total of 27 Waneta Hoyt: New York woman who murdered her five children Michael Hughes: killed six women and a schoolgirl in the South Los Angeles area between 19, including a Southside Slayer victim Leslie Irvin: also known as Mad Dog ; convicted of killing six people in Indiana in the mid-1950s; his Supreme Court case set a precedent for fair trials of highly publicized defendants Phillip Carl Jablonski: killed at least four women in California and Utah Keith Hunter Jesperson: also known as The Happy Face Killer ; killed 8 women between 19 Martha Ann Johnson: convicted of smothering three of her children in Atlanta between 19 Milton Johnson: also known as the The Weekend Murderer killed 10 people Vincent Johnson: also known as The Brooklyn Strangler ; a homeless crack addict who killed at least five prostitutes Genene Jones: Texas pediatric nurse who poisoned infants in her care; convicted of only one murder but suspected of 10 or more others John Joubert: also known as The Nebraska Boy Snatcher ; stabbed three children to death in 19 Joseph Kallinger: murdered three people and tortured four families with his 13-year-old son Michael. Herbert Mullin: schizophrenic in Santa Cruz, California who killed people to prevent earthquakes; convicted of 10 murders and confessed to three others Joseph Naso: killed four women in California, suspect in another 6; also considered a person of interest in the New York Alphabet murders 1 2 Robert Nixon: killed 5 women in the 1930s Earle Nelson: also known as Gorilla Man ; necrophiliac convicted and hanged for one murder; implicated in about 20 others Marie Noe: murdered eight of her children between 19 Gordon Northcott: also known as The Wineville Chicken Coop Murders ; California man who confessed to kidnapping, raping and murdering young boys with the aid of his mother, Sarah Louise Northcott in the 1920s; convicted of 3 murders, suspected of perhaps 20; executed in 1930 Carl Panzram: murderer, rapist and arsonist; convicted of two murders; confessed to 19 others; executed in 1930 Gerald Parker: also known as The Bedroom Basher raped and murdered five women and killed the unborn baby of a sixth woman in Orange County, California Louise Peete: convicted of murdering a man and woman decades apart, four other acquaintances died suspiciously and four husbands committed suicide Steven Brian Pennell: also known as The Corridor Killer ; convicted of torture-murdering two women, pleaded no contest to two more and suspected of a fifth in Delaware in 19 Christopher Peterson: also known as The Shotgun Killer, confessed to shooting seven people with a shotgun in a killing spree spanning from October 30, 1990 to December 18, 1990 in Indiana Craig Price: also known as The Warwick Slasher ; teenager who stabbed two women and two children in Rhode Island in the late 1980s Harry Powers; also known as The West Virginia Bluebeard killed two women and three children in 1931 Cleophus Prince Jr.: also known as The Clairemont Killer ; raped and killed six women in San Diego in 1990 Marion Albert Pruett: killed four women in three states; executed in 1999 Dorothea Puente: convicted of three killings in Sacramento, California during the 1980s; suspected of six others Dennis Rader: also known as The BTK Killer ; killed ten people between 19 in Sedgwick County, Kansas Richard Ramirez: also known as The Night Stalker ; terrorized Los Angeles in 19; convicted of 14 murders; died in prison 7 June 2013 David Parker Ray: convicted of rape and torture and sentenced to 224 years in prison; FBI believes he was responsible for the deaths of 60 women in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico Melvin Rees: also known as The Sex Beast ; shot and defiled a woman in 1957, torture-murdered a family of four in 1959 and suspected in four other killings Paul Dennis Reid: killed seven people during armed robberies between February and April 1997 Ángel Maturino Reséndiz: killed nine people in Texas, Kentucky, and Illinois Gary Ridgway: also known as The Green River Killer ; convicted of murdering 49 women in Washington state Joel Rifkin: murdered 17 women in the New York City and Long Island areas Harvey Miguel Robinson: teenager who stalked, raped and killed three women in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 19 John Edward Robinson: also known as The Cyber Sex Killer ; lured victims through the internet; convicted of murdering six women in Missouri and Kansas Dayton Leroy Rogers: murdered at least six women in Oregon Glen Edward Rogers: known as the Cross Country Killer and Casanova Killer.Thomas Dillon: Serial sniper who killed 5 men in southeastern Ohio between 19 Westley Allan Dodd: Raped and murdered three young boys in 1989; executed in 1993 Ronald Dominique: Confessed to raping and murdering at least 23 men in Louisiana; sentenced to eight life sentences in 2008 Nannie Doss: also known as The Giggling Granny and The Jolly Black Widow ; serial poisoner who killed 11 family members Brian Dugan: convicted of murdering 2 girls and a woman between 19 Joseph E. May have killed while stationed in Germany with the Army Edward Edwards: Shot a young couple in 1977 and stabbed and strangled another in 1980; died months prior to execution for shooting his foster son in 1996 insurance murder Mack Ray Edwards: Molester. Claimed at one point to have killed as many as 18 Walter E.Ellis: also known as The Milwaukee North Side Strangler ; convicted of killing 7 prostitutes in Wisconsin between 19.Derrick Todd Lee: also known as The Baton Rouge Serial Killer ; convicted of two murders; linked by DNA evidence to five others Bobbie Joe Long: also known as The Classified Ad Rapist ; killed 10 women in Tampa Bay, Florida in 1984 Michael Lee Lockhart killed people in multi-state Henry Lee Lucas: convicted of 11 murders and confessed to approximately 3,000 others, although most of his confessions are considered outlandish; a task force set up to investigate his claims suggested that the true number of his murders may be as high as 213 Orville Lynn Majors: nurse convicted of murdering six patients in Clinton, Indiana; suspected of 130 killings between 19 Richard Laurence Marquette: first 11th name on FBI 10 Most Wanted for killing, mutilating and dismembering a woman in 1961; killed two more with same MO upon 1973 release Lee Roy Martin: also known as The Gaffney Strangler ; killed two women and two girls in South Carolina in 19 Rhonda Belle Martin: Alabama poisoner who murdered six family members; suspected of poisoning at least nine; executed in 1957 David Mason: strangled four elderly neighbours in 1980 and his cellmate in 1982 having been imprisoned on lesser charges; suspected of shooting dead his boyfriend David Edward Maust: convicted of killing five teenage boys; one in Germany in 1974, another in 1981, and three he buried in his basement in Hammond, Indiana in 2003 Kenneth Mc Duff: also known as The Broomstick Killer ; death sentence for 1966 triple-murder commuted; killed three days after 1989 parole and ten further times in Waco, Texas until 1992; executed in 1998 David Meirhofer: killed three children and an ex-girlfriend between 19; first serial killer apprehended by offender profiling Stephen Morin: killed three women and was suspected in over 30 unsolved crimes; executed in 1985 Frederick Mors: Austrian who killed 8 elderly patients by poisoning in New York John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo. Efren Saldivar: respiratory therapist who killed six patients, possibly as many as 120 Altemio Sanchez: also known as The Bike Path Rapist ; responsible for three murders and numerous rapes spanning a 25-year period in Buffalo, New York; currently serving three consecutive 75 years-to-life sentences for the murder Gerard John Schaefer: Florida police officer who killed up to 34 women and girls Charles Schmid: also known as The Pied Piper of Tucson ; murdered three teenage girls in 19 and buried them in the desert Heriberto Seda: New York City copycat killer of the Zodiac Killer active from 1990 to 1993; convicted of shooting eight individuals, killing three; sentenced to life imprisonment in 1998 Tommy Lynn Sells: convicted of only one murder; admitted to murdering dozens of people across the United States, possibly in excess of 70 although only six are confirmed; executed in 2014 Arthur Shawcross: also known as The Genesee River Killer ; convicted of 12 murders; confessed to one more Lydia Sherman: poisoned four husbands and seven children.Anthony Allen Shore: also known as The Tourniquet Killer ; convicted of strangling a woman with an unusual ligature in 1992 and confessed to killing three girls including two with same MO Robert Shulman: convicted of murdering five prostitutes between 19 Daniel Lee Siebert: convicted of 1979 manslaughter; killed nine people across America in three months in mid-1980s including two children and a Southside Slayer victim Robert Joseph Silveria, Jr.: also known as Sidetrack ; freight train rider convicted of beating to death four fellow transients in 1995 and confessed to dozens more Lemuel Smith: confessed to the murders of five people, including an on-duty female prison guard Morris Solomon Jr.: handyman who killed six young women between 19 in Sacramento, California Lyda Southard: first and fourth husbands typhoid deaths due to arsenic; first husband s brother poisoned and daughter died; two other husbands died of flu Anthony Sowell: also known as The Cleveland Strangler and The Imperial Avenue Murderer ; convicted of raping and murdering 11 women between 20, leaving their bodies in his house in Cleveland Timothy Wilson Spencer: also known as The Southside Strangler ; raped and killed five women in Virginia between 19 Jack Owen Spillman: also known as The Werewolf Butcher ; killed two girls and the mother of one of them in Washington State in 19 Edward Spreitzer: also known as The Chicago Rippers ; as part of a satanic cult, raped and mutilated at least four women and also killed a man in Chicago Gerald Stano: convicted murderer of 41 women; executed in 1998 Cary Stayner: killed four women in Yosemite, California Paul Michael Stephani: also known as The Weepy-Voiced Killer ; killed 3 women in the cities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota William Suff: also known as The Riverside Prostitute Killer ; killed 12 women near Riverside, California Michael Swango: physician and surgeon who poisoned over 30 of his patients and colleagues James Swann: also known as The Shotgun Stalker ; schizophrenic who killed four people in drive-by shootings in Washington, D. in 1993 because he heard the voice of Malcolm X Joseph Taborsky: Joseph Mad Dog Taborsky was sentenced to death after a string of brutal robberies and murders in Connecticut during the 1950s.
Benjamin Atkins: also known as The Woodward Corridor Killer ; mission-oriented killer who raped and strangled eleven women in Highland Park, MI in 19 Joe Ball: also known as The Alligator Man ; killed at least 20 women in the early 20th century in Texas Velma Barfield: two husbands and two boyfriends died mysteriously with two proving to be arsenic poisoning; confessed to killing three more including her mother Herb Baumeister: suspected of killing 20 men along I-70; fled and committed suicide after remains of 11 were found on his Westfield, Indiana property Bloody Benders: family who killed guests at their inn in Labette County, Kansas in 1872 Robert Berdella: convicted of killing six men in 1988 in Kansas City, Missouri; sexually tortured and dismembered his victims David Berkowitz: also known as Son of Sam ; convicted of killing 6 people in New York City in 1976-1977 Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, Jr.: also known as The Hillside Strangler ; killers of 12 women and possibly involved in three other killings Richard Biegenwald: convicted of killing five people in the early 1980s in the Asbury Park, New Jersey area; suspected in at least six other murders Jake Bird: Sentenced to death for the murders of two people; confessed to 44 other murders.