A to Z Challenge

April 1, 2019

A to Z Challenge Day #1

Aileen Carol Wuornos was an American Serial Killer who killed (Claims 7) 6 men in the late eighties to early nineties.
April 2, 2019

Bobby Joe Long—-A to Z Challenge Day #2

Bobby Joe Long (born October 14, 1953), also known as Robert Joe Long and Robert Joseph Long, is an American serial killer, as of February 2017 on death row in the state of Florida.
April 3, 2019

Carl Watts—-A to Z Challenge Day #3 (The History Of Serial Killers)

Carl Watts was a serial killer active for nine years and reportedly killed 22 women between 1974 and 1982.
April 4, 2019

Dennis Rader–A to Z Challenge Day #4 (The History Of Serial Killers)

Dennis Lynn Rader is also known as the BTK Killer or BTK Strangler and was born March 9, 1945. BTK stands for "Bind, Torture, Kill" in which he detailed in his letters to the police and local news describing in full details his infamous signature (BTK).
April 5, 2019

Edmund Kemper–A to Z Challenge Day #5

Serial killer Edmund Kemper killed six young women in the Santa Cruz, California, area and several members of his family.
April 6, 2019

Faryion Edward Wardrip–A to Z Challenge Day #6

I have to admit, I have never heard of this guy. However, he deserves a spot on this list because he was an atrocious serial killer. […]
April 8, 2019

Gary Ridgway–A to Z Challenge Day #7 (The History Of Serial Killers)

Serial killer Gary Leon Ridgway, known as the Green River Killer, murdered at least 49 women in Washington state before he was caught in 2001.
April 9, 2019

H.H. Holmes–A to Z Challenge Day #8 (The History Of Serial Killers)

H.H. Holmes was the first American serial killer. He is an example of one of those well-educated, very likable, and completely insane sociopaths that have walked among us throughout history.
April 10, 2019

Irina Gaidamachuk–A to Z Challenge Day #9 (The History Of Serial Killers)

Irina Viktorovna Gaidamachuk (Russian: Ирина Викторовна Гайдамачук, born 1972) is a Russian serial killer who killed 17 elderly women in Sverdlovsk Oblast between 2002 and 2010.