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  • 1. Serial Murderers Ana María Torres
  • 2. • A serial killer is a person who murders two or more people, in two or more separate events over a period of time, for primarily psychological reasons. • There are gaps of time between the killings, which may range from a few hours to many years.
  • 3. • In many cases, the exact number of victims assigned to a serial killer is not known, and even if that person is convicted of a few, there can be the possibility that he/she killed many more. Country numbers of killers USA 800+ Englad 45 Australia 30
  • 4. The most Famous serial killers The most frightening of serial killers: a handsome, educated psychopathic law student who stalked and murdered dozens of young college women who looked very much like a young woman who broke off her relationship with him. Ted Bundy Bundy was a very adept and glib con artist who faked a broken arm in a sling to convince young women to help him carry his textbooks to his car. Once there, he battered them with a baseball bat and carried them off for ghoulish rituals.
  • 5. • Albert Fish was a sadomasochist pedophile, torture murderer, and cannibal. What's even more disturbing is that he committed these heinous murders as a fragile looking elderly man. Even as a child, he did unthinkable things, but the violence didn't start until much later in his life. He admitted to killing six people, but claims to have molested over one hundred children.
  • 6. • Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer was one of the most famous serial killers of our time. He was cunning, persuasive, and extremely manipulative. These factors were the main reason it took so long for him to be brought to justice. Dahmer was born in 1960 on the 21st day of May in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He died in 1994 on the 28th day of November in Portage Wisconsin. He murdered a total of seventeen men between the years of 1978-1991. His nicknames were Milwaukee Monster and Milwaukee Cannibal, which are quite fitting considering his methods of murder.
  • 7. • strangulation, bludgeoning, ne crophilia, drugging, cannibalis m and dismemberment. He also kept trophies, like many serial killers do, to remind him of each murder. These included skeletons, skulls, torsos, heads, scalps hands, genitals, skin, internal organs and photographs. Dahmer was quite proficient in the use of acid to dispose of unwanted body parts that he did not want to keep or eat. Dahmer was eventually caught and brought to justice for his crimes. He was beaten to death by another inmate after he was convicted and sent to prison