A lot of evidences has surface to prove that Jeffrey Dahmer was behind the murder of 17 young men – stacks of Polaroid photos showing his victims alive, dead, and dismembered.
Just like the habit of other serial killers, Dahmer enjoys collecting trophies, and as well as skulls, severed penises, hands, and flesh, to serve as a visual reminders. Before he kills anyone, he tricks them with the promise of giving them $100 to take some photo shots in his apartment This meant investigators had a clear narrative – man alive, man dead, man butchered.
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1. Lady of Silence, One of World’s Most Bizarre Serial Killers
In 2008, a former female wrestler and one of Mexico’s most prolific serial killers was sentenced to 759 years in jail for the killings of at least 11 elderly women.
Juana Barraza, nicknamed the „Little Old Lady Killer“ or „Mataviejitas,“ mostly targeted women aged 60 or over, most of whom lived alone. She bludgeoned or strangled her victims, and afterward would rob them. Barraza gained trust of his victims and access to their homes by helping with their shopping bags or requesting cleaning work, or simply pretended to be a nurse or social worker.
The strange thing about her is her choice of a weapon. Barraza strangled half of her victims with a stethoscope, which she takes to the crime scene. In at least one case, the killer picked up a stethoscope that happened to be lying on the living room table and used it to strangle her victim.
2. A Spine-Chilling Tour Revisiting the Michael Ross Murders
Known as the Roadside Strangler, Michael Ross is a good example of the classic organized offender. Between 1981 and 1984, Ross murdered eight girls and women aged between 14 and 25 in Connecticut and New York, raping seven out of his eight murder victims.
At the time of his arrest, the Roadside Strangler was working as an insurance salesman and traveled his route in a blue Toyota. He was extremely effective in avoiding apprehension and the authorities didn’t even realize a serial killer was responsible for the deaths. In fact, there was hardly any physical evidence in these cases except for the recovered bodies.
Ross confessed to each of the eight murders and was convicted for the last four of them. He was sentenced to death on July 6, 1987 and spent the next 18 years on death row.
In 2005, Ross was executed by the state of Connecticut, making it the first execution in Connecticut (and the whole of New England) since 1960, and the last execution in Connecticut before the state repealed capital punishment in 2012.
Dubbed as “the Internet’s first serial killer”, John Edward Robinson, a psychopathic sexual sadist killed eight young women whom he met on the Internet to fulfill his lust as a self-proclaimed “slave master.”
On June 2, 2000, Robinson was arrested at his Kansas farm, after a woman filed a sexual battery complaint against him and another charged him with stealing her intimacy gadgets.
On June 3, detectives went to John Edward Robinson’s 17-acre farm with three search-and-rescue dog teams. The dog teams then systematically searched the grounds and led investigators to some barrels near a shed. When the two barrels were opened, detectives discovered two decomposing bodies.
3. Jeffery Dahmer
One of the sickest sickest modafvckers out here on the list , he would cut open his victims , then twist their bodies in weird ways , this seemed to be what turned him on
A rare photo collection, featuring never-before-published polaroids taken by cannibalistic homosexual serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
The Milwaukee Cannibal posed and photographed his victim’s bodies to be able to relive the events in future and stimulate his obsession with sexual sadism and necrophilia.
This photo gallery originally appeared in Behind the Tape Photobook, featuring hundreds of exclusive crime scene photos, such as a spine-chilling tour through Ted Bundy’s Issaquah dumpsite, as well as 24 unseen high-quality photos from Jeffrey Dahmer’s apartment.
Florida’s Messiest Execution
On July 8, 1999, the execution of Allen Lee Davis set off a shock wave that rippled around the world. During his time in the electric chair, Davis bled profusely from the nose and suffered burns to his head, leg, and groin area.
As the switch was thrown, the “Tiny” Davis, who was executed for the May 11, 1982, murder of Nancy Weiler and her two daughters, reared back against the restraints, giving witnesses a chilling glimpse under a black hood designed to hide the faces of the condemned. Blood poured from his vivid purple nose, ran down the wide leather strap that covered his mouth and soaked the white shirt.
After the power was turned off, Davis was still alive. Witnesses said his chest rose and fell about 10 times before he went still.
After the execution, state prison officials and Governor Jeb Bush said the Old Sparky functioned properly. Three photos of the incident have been published on Florida’s High Court official website in an attempt to argue that the practice of capital punishment via electrocution was outdated. The report said that any future executions should be carried out through lethal injection since the Davis execution was not the first to raise questions in Florida about the humaneness of electrocution. In 1990 and 1997, Jesse Tafero and Pedro Medina caught fire in the chair as they were being put to death.
Finally, after the Davis execution, lethal injection was enabled and became the default method. Inmates, however, may still choose electrocution.