Liste des tueurs en série aux États-Unis

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Un tueur en série est généralement une personne qui tue trois personnes ou plus, les meurtres se déroulant sur plus d’un mois et comprenant une période de temps significative entre eux. [1] [2] Le Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) définit le meurtre en série comme “une série de deux meurtres ou plus, commis comme des événements séparés, généralement, mais pas toujours, par un seul délinquant agissant seul”. [2] [3]

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Tueurs en série identifiés

Nom Années actives Victimes avérées Victimes possibles Statut Remarques La source
Ables, Tony 1970–1990 4 4+ Condamné à mort; commuée en prison à vie Victime de vol assassiné en 1970 et au moins trois femmes jusqu’en 1990 à Saint-Pétersbourg, en Floride [4]
Adams, Edward J. 1920-1921 7 7 Tué par la police lors d’une fusillade Criminel qui a assassiné sept personnes, dont trois policiers [5]
Albanais, Charles 1980-1981 3 3 Exécuté en 1995 Des membres de la famille empoisonnés avec de l’arsenic à Fox Lake, dans l’Illinois, recevront leur héritage [6]
Albright, Charles 1990–1991 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie; décédé en 2020 Un homme du Texas connu sous le nom de “Eyeball Killer” parce qu’il a enlevé les yeux de ses victimes après les avoir tuées [7]
Alcala, Rodney 1971-1979 8 50–230 Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution Parfois appelé “The Dating Game Killer” en raison de son apparition en 1978 dans l’émission télévisée The Dating Game au milieu de sa série de meurtres [8]
AlixFranklin DeWayne 1997–1998 3 4+ Exécuté 2010 Des personnes assassinées à Houston, au Texas, lors de vols [9]
Allen, Howard 1974-1987 3 3 Décédé en prison A attaqué les personnes âgées dans l’Indiana [10] [11]
Allen, Quincy 2002 4 4 Condamné à mort Assassiné quatre personnes en Caroline du Nord et du Sud entre juillet et août 2002 [12]
Allridge, Ronald 1976-1985 3 3 Exécuté en 1995 Des personnes assassinées à Fort Worth, au Texas, lors de vols qualifiés [13]
Amati, Tony Ray 1996 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Personnes assassinées à Las Vegas, Nevada ; Ajouté à la liste des dix personnes les plus recherchées par le FBI en 1998 [14]
Anderson, Stephen Wayne 1973-1980 9 9+ Exécuté 2002 Des personnes assassinées dans l’Utah , le Nevada et la Californie [15] [16] [17]
Angelo, Richard 1987 4 dix Condamné à 61 ans de prison à vie Infirmière de Long Island qui a empoisonné des patients dont il s’occupait [18]
Archerd, William Dale 1947-1966 3 6 Décédé en prison Première personne reconnue coupable d’avoir utilisé de l’ insuline comme arme du crime [19]
Archer Gilligan, Amy 1910-1917 dix 50 Décédé à l’hôpital du Connecticut pour les fous A empoisonné un mari et des résidents de sa maison de retraite à Windsor, Connecticut [20]
Arguelles, Roberto 1992 4 4+ Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “l’étrangleur de Salt Lake City” ; délinquant sexuel violent qui a kidnappé et assassiné des femmes et des filles [21]
Armstrong, John Éric 1992–1999 5 18 Condamné à la prison à vie Un marin de la marine condamné pour le meurtre de prostituées dans le Michigan et l’Illinois ; a avoué plus de meurtres dans le monde [22]
Atkins, Benjamin 1991–1992 11 11 Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “The Woodward Corridor Killer”; violeur en série qui a attaqué des femmes à Highland Park et Detroit , Michigan [23]
Atkins, Joseph 1969-1985 3 3 Exécuté en 1999 Assassiné son demi-frère; libéré sur parole, puis assassiné son père adoptif et la fille d’un couple voisin lors d’une fusillade ivre [24]
Avila-Torrez, Jorge 2005–2009 3 3 Condamné à mort Assassiné deux filles mineures en 2005 dans l’Illinois et un sous-officier de la marine de 20 ans en Virginie en 2009 [25]
Balaam, Antoine 1994–1996 4 4 Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “L’étrangleur de Trenton”; violé et assassiné quatre femmes à Trenton, New Jersey [26]
Baldi, Joseph 1970-1972 4 4 Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “The Queens Creeper”; cambrioleur malade mental qui a poignardé des femmes à mort après avoir pénétré par effraction dans leurs appartements [27]
Boule, Joe 1936-1938 2 20 S’est suicidé pour éviter d’être appréhendé Texas meurtrier de femmes connu sous le nom de “The Alligator Man” [28]
Barbier, Dany 1977-1979 4 4 Exécuté en 1999 Assassiné quatre personnes dans le comté de Dallas, Texas entre 1977 et 1979, ayant des relations sexuelles avec les cadavres de deux de ses victimes [29]
Barfield, Velma 1971-1978 1 6 Exécuté en 1984 Femme de Caroline du Nord qui a été la première femme aux États-Unis à être exécutée après la reprise de la peine capitale en 1976 et la première depuis 1962. Elle a également été la première femme à être exécutée par injection létale . [30]
Barnabet, Clémentine 1911 35 35 Sorti en 1923 Une prêtresse vaudou assassine à la hache qui a assassiné des familles afro-américaines la nuit. [31]
Baron, César 1991–1993 4 4+ Décédé en prison avant l’exécution Tué quatre femmes dans la région de Portland [32]
Barr, Charles 1923 3 3 Exécuté en 1926 Connu sous le nom de “The Petting Party Bandit” ; abattu des couples dans les ruelles des amoureux à Memphis lors de vols [33]
Barret, Eugène 1959–1995 3 3 Décédé en prison Tué trois femmes avec lesquelles il avait une relation amoureuse à Honolulu , Hawaï [34]
Baughman, John 1970–1995 1 3 Condamné à mort; s’est suicidé Reconnu coupable du meurtre de sa seconde épouse à Antigua-et-Barbuda . Également suspect dans les meurtres de sa première femme et d’un ami à Chicago. [35]
Baumeister, herbe 1980–1996 11 20 S’est suicidé alors qu’il était en fuite Responsable du meurtre d’au moins 11 victimes qui ont été retrouvées enterrées sur sa propriété à Westfield, Indiana [36]
Baxter, Patrick 1987–1990 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Violée et assassinée une fille et deux femmes dans le comté de Westchester, New York [37]
Rayon, Rocky 2005–2017 3 3 Condamné à mort; s’est suicidé Volé et assassiné une femme en Floride, puis assassiné deux délinquants sexuels en prison [38]
Beardslee, Donald 1969-1981 3 3 Exécuté 2005 Assassiné une femme dans le Missouri ; libéré sur parole, puis assassiné deux autres femmes à des occasions distinctes en Californie [39]
Beck, Marthe 1947-1949 3 20 Exécuté en 1951 Avec son complice Raymond Fernandez , est devenu connu sous le nom de “The Lonely Hearts Killers” [40]
Cloche, Cimarron 2003–2004 4 4 Condamné à mort A abattu sa petite amie, puis un trio d’hommes dans des projets à motivation financière [41]
Famille Bender 1869–1872 11 11+ Inconnue Famille de tueurs en série qui vivait et opérait dans le comté de Labette , Kansas
Berdella, Robert 1984–1987 6 6 Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “The Kansas City Butcher” et “The Collector”; kidnappé, violé, torturé et assassiné de jeunes hommes dans le Missouri [42]
Berkowitz, David 1976-1977 6 6 Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “Le fils de Sam” et le “Tueur de calibre .44” ; a abattu huit inconnus au hasard, en tuant six, dans et autour de New York [43]
Betterton, Monroe 1904-1919 3 3 Exécuté en 1920 A assassiné ses femmes dans le Missouri et l’Oklahoma lors de violentes disputes [44]
Bianchi, Kenneth 1977-1978 12 12 Condamné à la prison à vie Avec son complice Angelo Buono Jr. , connu sous le nom de “The Hillside Stranglers “. Jeunes femmes assassinées à Los Angeles et Washington [45]
Biegenwald, Richard 1958-1983 6 11 Décédé en prison Actif dans le New Jersey , soupçonné d’au moins deux autres meurtres [46]
Biehler, Robert 1966-1973 4 4 Décédé en prison Criminel de carrière qui a tiré sur quatre personnes à Los Angeles pour dissimuler d’autres crimes [47]
Oiseau, Jacques 1930-1947 2 46 Exécuté en 1949 Condamné à mort pour le meurtre de deux personnes ; a avoué 44 autres meurtres [48]
Évêque, Arthur Gary 1979-1983 5 5 Exécuté en 1988 Attaqué de jeunes garçons dans l’Utah entre 1979 et 1983 [49]
Bittaker, Laurent 1979 5 5 Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution Avec le complice Roy Norris connu sous le nom de “The Tool Box Killers” [50]
Bittroff, John 1993 2 4+ Condamné à 50 ans à perpétuité Suspect dans l’ affaire du tueur en série de Long Island [51]
Bixler, Rodney Troy 2000 3 4 Condamné à 40 ans de prison A étranglé trois femmes à mort [52]
Bladel, Rudy 1963-1978 3 7 Décédé pendant son incarcération à Henry Ford Allegiance Health Connu sous le nom de “The Railway Killer” ; son cas faisait partie de Michigan c. Jackson , qui a ensuite été annulé par la Cour suprême [53]
Blair, Terry 1982–2004 7 9 Condamné à la prison à vie Condamné à 25 ans de prison pour un meurtre, libéré sur parole après avoir purgé 21 ans et commis d’autres meurtres à sa libération [54]
Bolin, Oscar Ray 1986–1987 4 4+ Exécuté 2016 Assassiné trois femmes en Floride et une quatrième femme au Texas [55]
Bolsinger, John Charles 1980–1988 4 4 S’est suicidé avant l’identification Reconnu coupable d’homicide involontaire coupable dans l’Utah en 1980; lié à titre posthume à trois viols et meurtres à Eugene, Oregon [56]
Bonin, Guillaume 1979-1980 21 36+ Exécuté en 1996 Connu sous le nom de “The Freeway Killer”; a attaqué de jeunes hommes et garçons dans le sud de la Californie avec plusieurs complices [57]
Limites, Dallen 1999 4 4+ S’est suicidé pour éviter d’être appréhendé Connaissances assassinées en Caroline du Sud [58] [59]
Bowles, Gary Ray 1994 6 6+ Exécuté 2019 Des homosexuels ciblés en Floride, en Géorgie et dans le Maryland [60]
Boyd, Charles Antoine 1986–1987 3 3 Exécuté en 1999 Connu sous le nom de “The Bathroom Slayer”; a attaqué des femmes vivant dans le même immeuble qu’il vivait avec son frère à l’époque [61]
Bradford, William Richard 1984 2 28+ Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution Suspecté de plus de meurtres en raison de son modus operandi consistant à prendre des photos de ses victimes [62] [63]
Bradley, James Opelton 1988–2014 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Assassiné sa belle-fille; libéré sur parole, puis assassiné deux femmes [64]
Brandt, Charlie 1971–2004 3 6+ S’est suicidé pour éviter d’être appréhendé A abattu ses parents en 1971 alors qu’il avait 13 ans, tuant sa mère enceinte; a poignardé sa femme et sa nièce à mort en 2004 [65]
Brant, Joe 2007–2008 4 4+ En attente de jugement Tué au moins 4 femmes dans la région de la Nouvelle-Orléans de 2007 à 2008 [66]
Brashers, Robert Eugène 1990–1998 3 3+ S’est suicidé pour éviter d’être appréhendé Connu sous le nom de “Monsieur Maroon” [67]
Breslin, Joseph 1968-1982 3 3 Tué par des victimes intentionnelles Malade mental qui a tué un autre patient en Pennsylvanie ; après sa libération, a tué une mère et sa fille dans sa ville natale de Californie [68]
Brillant, Larry 2003–2004 8 8+ Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “The Bonecrusher”; a étranglé des prostituées noires dans sa maison de Peoria , en brûlant certaines d’entre elles par la suite [69]
Britt, Eugène 1995 7 dix Condamné à la prison à vie Filles et femmes violées et assassinées à Gary et Portage, Indiana [70]
Frères Briley 1979 12 21 Exécuté 1984/1985 (Linwood et James)

Condamné à la réclusion à perpétuité (Anthony)

Trois frères et un complice responsables de 11 meurtres [71]
Brooks, Shelly 2001–2006 7 20+ Condamné à la prison à vie Femmes d’âge moyen violées et assassinées autour de Detroit, Michigan [72]
Brun, Curtis Don 1985-1986 3 18 Condamné à la prison à vie Assassiné trois femmes autour d’ Arlington et de Fort Worth, Texas entre 1985 et 1986; soupçonné de jusqu’à 18 meurtres. [73]
Brun, Debra Denise 1984 8 8 Condamné à mort, commué en réclusion à perpétuité Complice d’ Alton Coleman [74]
Brun, Kenyal 2019–2020 6 6 S’est suicidé pour éviter d’être appréhendé Connu sous le nom de “Tueur en série du métro de Detroit” [75]
Browne, Robert Charles 1970–1995 2 2+ Condamné à la prison à vie Missionnaire condamné pour deux meurtres; a avoué le meurtre de 49 femmes [76]
Brudos, Jerry 1968-1969 4 4+ Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “The Lust Killer” et “The Shoe Fetish Slayer” [77]
Brummett, Lyle 1975-1976 2 3 Condamné à la prison à vie A violé et étranglé trois femmes au Texas avec un complice [78]
Buell, Robert Anthony 1981-1983 2 3+ Exécuté 2002 Violeur en série qui a violé et étranglé des jeunes filles dans l’Ohio [79]
Buenoano, Judy 1971-1983 3 3+ Exécuté en 1998 Pris en 1983 après avoir empoisonné et explosé un fiancé à la voiture piégée [80]
Bullock, David 1981-1982 6 6+ Condamné à 150 ans à perpétuité Connu sous le nom de “Le tueur de calibre .38” ; a tiré sur des gens au hasard dans New York pour “s’amuser” [81]
Bunday, Thomas 1979-1981 5 6 Décédé dans un accident de moto intentionnel Jamais arrêté, car il a été libéré après un interrogatoire sur un point technique [82]
Bundy, Carol M. 1980 7 7 Décédé en prison Avec pour complice Doug Clark , connu sous le nom de « The Sunset Strip Killers » ; s’attaquait aux jeunes femmes de West Hollywood et de Los Angeles, en Californie [83]
Bundy, Ted 1971-1978 28 30+ Exécuté en 1989 Attaqué de jeunes femmes à travers les États-Unis [84]
Buono Jr., Angelo 1977-1978 9 dix Décédé en prison Avec pour complice Kenneth Bianchi , connu sous le nom de “The Hillside Stranglers”. Jeunes femmes assassinées à Los Angeles [85]
Busch, Henri 1960 3 3 Exécuté en 1962 A étranglé trois femmes à mort en Californie, disant qu’il ressentait une envie irrésistible de mourir. [86]
Majordome, Eugène 1900-1906 6 6 Décédé à l’hôpital d’État du Dakota du Nord Fermier malade mental à Niagara, Dakota du Nord qui a tué six hommes et enterré leurs corps sous sa maison; ses crimes ont été découverts deux ans après sa mort lors d’une rénovation domiciliaire [87]
Canaday, John Dwight 1968-1969 3 3 Décédé en prison Considéré comme le premier tueur en série connu de l’État de Washington [88]
Canon, Patty 1802–1829 4 25+ Décédé en prison en attendant son procès Chef de gang qui a kidnappé des esclaves et des Noirs libres pour les vendre ou les torturer [89]
Caputo, Ricardo 1971-1977 4 6 Décédé en prison Homme d’origine argentine qui a tué trois femmes aux États-Unis et une au Mexique [90]
Carignan, Harvey 1949-1974 3 5+ Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “The Want-Ad Killer” ; échappé à la pendaison pour un meurtre de 1949 sur un détail technique [91]
Charpentier, David 1979-1981 7 10+ Condamné à mort Connu sous le nom de “The Trailside Killer” ; violeur en série connu pour avoir harcelé et assassiné des femmes sur des sentiers de randonnée dans des parcs d’État de Californie [92]
Carr, Robert Frederick 1972-1976 4 4 Décédé en prison Pédophile qui ciblait des enfants en Floride et dans le Connecticut . [93]
Carr, Thomas D. 1860–1869 1 15 Exécuté 1870 Première exécution légale dans le comté de Belmont, Ohio [94]
Carson, Michaël Ours 1981-1983 3 12 Condamné à 75 ans à perpétuité Avec sa femme, Suzan Carson, surnommée “The San Francisco Witch Killers” ; considérés comme suspects dans près d’une douzaine d’autres décès aux États-Unis et en Europe [95] [11]
Carson, Suzan 1981-1983 3 12 Condamné à 75 ans à perpétuité Avec son mari, Michael Bear Carson, surnommé “The San Francisco Witch Killers”; considérés comme suspects dans près d’une douzaine d’autres décès aux États-Unis et en Europe [95] [96]
Catlin, Steven David 1976-1984 3 3 Condamné à mort A empoisonné sa mère et ses deux épouses avec du paraquat [97]
Catoé, Jarvis 1935-1941 8 11 Exécuté en 1943 Parfois appelé “DC Strangler”; actif à Washington DC [98]
Chasse, Richard 1977-1978 6 6 S’est suicidé en attendant son exécution Connu sous le nom de “Le vampire de Sacramento [99]
Chávez, Juan 1986–1990 6 6+ S’est suicidé en prison Volé et tué des homosexuels dans trois villes du comté de Los Angeles [100]
Childer, James 2000–2009 2 5+ S’est suicidé pour éviter d’être appréhendé Tué des gens autour de Clarksburg, Virginie-Occidentale dans des conflits personnels, enterrant la plupart des corps dans la ferme de sa famille [101]
Enfants, Terry 1979-1985 5 12 Condamné à la prison à vie Enlevé, torturé, violé et tué des femmes à travers le Nevada et la Californie [102]
Cerise, Ervin 1993–1994 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Femmes étranglées et jeté leurs vêtements [103]
Chester, Elroy 1997–1998 5 5 Exécuté 2013 Tué cinq personnes, dont son beau-frère [104]
Christiansen, Thor Nis 1976-1979 4 4 Assassiné en prison par un agresseur inconnu A attaqué des femmes d’âge universitaire en Californie [105] [106]
Christophe, Joseph 1980-1981 12 12+ Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “The Midtown Slasher” et de “.22-Caliber Killer”; ciblait principalement des hommes et des garçons afro-américains à New York, abattant certaines victimes et poignardant et démembrant d’autres [107]
Clairey, Richard 1984 3 3+ Condamné à la prison à vie Sympathisant néo-nazi qui a tiré sur trois hommes lors de vols dans deux comtés du Michigan; a avoué de nombreux autres meurtres [108]
Clark, Doug 1980 7 7 Condamné à mort Avec pour complice Carol M. Bundy , connue sous le nom de « The Sunset Strip Killers » ; s’attaquait aux jeunes femmes de West Hollywood et de Los Angeles, en Californie [109]
Clark, Hadden 1986–1992 2 2+ Condamné à 70 ans Cannibal reconnu coupable de deux meurtres; a avoué avoir tué 12 [110]
Clark, Roland E. 1967 2 9 Décédé en prison Un médecin du Michigan qui a empoisonné ses assistants [111]
Clark, Vernon Lee 1980-1989 4 6+ Condamné à la prison à vie Agressé sexuellement et tué au moins quatre femmes dans le Maryland [112]
Clément, Marie 1880–1885 4 4 Décédé en 1944 immigrante luxembourgeoise qui a empoisonné les membres de sa famille avec de l’arsenic; sorti en 1886 [113]
Cline, Alfred Léonard 1930-1945 9 11 Décédé en prison Assassiné ses femmes avec du babeurre empoisonné après les avoir persuadées de léguer leurs biens à son nom [114]
Code, Nathaniel 1984–1987 8 12 Condamné à mort A commis au moins huit meurtres à Shreveport, en Louisiane [115]
Coffman, Cynthia 1986 4 4 Condamné à mort Enlevé quatre femmes par des distributeurs automatiques de billets avant qu’un complice ne les étrangle [116]
Cole, Carroll 1947–1980 16 35 Exécuté en 1985 Étranglé quinze femmes et un garçon en Californie, au Nevada et au Texas [117] [118] [119] [120]
Coleman, Alton 1984 8 8 Exécuté 2002 Tueur multi-États qui, avec son complice, a assassiné un homme et en a blessé un autre, a assassiné quatre femmes et trois jeunes filles et a violé une jeune fille [74]
Coleman, Philippe 1943 3 23 Exécuté en 1943 Tué des gens lors de vols dans le Montana ; a avoué plus de meurtres aux États-Unis et au Canada [121]
Collins, Harvey 1953–1955 3 3 Exécuté en 1957 Marine qui a poignardé une femme à mort dans le Kentucky ; a ensuite tué deux personnes à Washington lors de vols [122]
Colvin, Dellmus 1987–2005 7 7+ Condamné à la prison à vie Chauffeur de camion qui a tué des prostituées dans le New Jersey et l’Ohio [123]
Condé, Rory Enrique 1994–1995 6 6 Condamné à mort Connu sous le nom de “L’étrangleur du sentier Tamiami”; Homme d’origine colombienne qui a tué six prostituées en Floride en cinq mois [124]
Cuisinier, Antoine 1973-1981 9 9+ Condamné à la prison à vie A commis des crimes avec son frère Nathaniel Cook [125]
Cuisinier, Nathaniel 1973-1981 9 9+ Sorti en 2018 A commis des crimes avec son frère Anthony Cook [125]
Cuisiniers, Jessie Lee 1973-1974 15 73+ Décédé en prison Membre du culte “The Death Angels” responsable des meurtres de Zebra [126]
Cooper, Samuel 2006–2007 5 5 Condamné à la prison à vie Des hommes abattus et tués en Caroline du Nord [127]
Copeland, Faye 1986–1989 5 12 Libéré dans une maison de retraite peu de temps avant sa mort Avec son mari, Ray Copeland , le couple le plus âgé jamais condamné à mort aux États-Unis [128] [129] [130] [131] [132]
Copeland, Ray 1986–1989 5 12 Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution Avec sa femme, Faye Copeland , le couple le plus âgé jamais condamné à mort aux États-Unis [128] [129] [130] [131] [132]
Corll, doyen 1970-1973 28 28+ Tué par le complice Elmer Wayne Henley Connu sous le nom de “The Candy Man” et “The Pied Piper”. Crimes appelés “les meurtres de masse de Houston” ; violé et assassiné des garçons et des jeunes hommes au Texas avec l’aide de complices adolescents David Owen Brooks et Elmer Wayne Henley [133]
Corona, Juan 1971 25 25+ Décédé en prison Entrepreneur agricole mexicain qui a assassiné des travailleurs migrants de sexe masculin dans le comté de Sutter, en Californie, et enterré leurs corps dans des vergers de pêchers [134] [135]
Corwin, Daniel Lee 1987 3 3 Exécuté en 1998 Enlevé et tué trois femmes dans le Texas [136]
Costa, Tony 1968-1969 4 8 S’est suicidé en prison Attaqué des femmes dans et autour de Truro, Massachusetts [137]
Cota, Fernando 1984 6 6 S’est suicidé pour éviter d’être appréhendé Violeur condamné qui a kidnappé, violé, torturé et tué des femmes près de l’université d’État de San Jose [138]
Cottingham, Richard 1967-1980 11 85–100 Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “The Butcher of Times Square”, “The Torso Killer”, “The New York (City) Ripper” et “The Times Square Torso Ripper” [139] [140] [141] [142]
Covington, Juan 1998–2005 3 3+ Condamné à la prison à vie Abattu des gens au hasard à Philadelphie en raison d’hallucinations paranoïaques [143]
Cowan, Marie 1884–1894 6 6 Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “Le Borgia du Maine”. Empoisonné deux maris et quatre enfants [144]
Cox, Frederick Pete 1997 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Prostituées assassinées à Orlando, Floride [145]
Cox, Scott William 1980–1990 5 20+ Libération conditionnelle accordée en 2013 Suspecté dans divers meurtres dans l’Oregon, Washington et peut-être au Canada [146]
Craine, Louis 1984–1987 4 5+ Décédé en prison Responsable d’au moins deux des meurtres de “The Southside Slayer” dans le sud de Los Angeles [147]
Crawford, André 1993–1999 11 11 Décédé en prison Chicago transitoire qui s’attaquait aux prostituées et aux démunis [148]
Creech, Thomas Eugène 1974-1981 5 42 Condamné à mort Passager qui a tué des personnes dans divers États, certains prétendument dans le cadre d’un gang de motards ou pour des sacrifices humains [149]
Cullen, Charles 1988–2003 dix 40+ Condamné à la prison à vie Infirmière du New Jersey et de Pennsylvanie qui a assassiné des patients [150]
Cunanan, Andrew 1997 5 5 S’est suicidé alors qu’il était en fuite Le créateur de mode italien Gianni Versace était parmi ses victimes [151]
Curry, James Richard 1982-1983 4 5 S’est suicidé après avoir été arrêté L’une des victimes était Mary Silvani , dont l’identité n’a pas été découverte pendant 37 ans [152]
Dahmer, Jeffrey 1978–1991 17 17 Assassiné par le détenu Christopher Scarver Cannibale de Milwaukee qui a conservé diverses parties du corps de ses victimes [153]
Danielson, Robert 1970-1982 7 7 S’est suicidé en attendant son exécution Des personnes assassinées dans des campings de trois États [154] [155]
Danks, Joseph Martin 1986–1990 7 7 Condamné à mort Assassiné son compagnon de cellule alors qu’il purgeait une peine d’emprisonnement à perpétuité pour le meurtre de six hommes sans abri lors d’une série de coups de couteau [156]
Davis, Franck 1971-1983 3 3 Décédé en prison Violé et assassiné trois adolescents dans l’Indiana [157]
Davis, Girvies 1978-1979 4 9+ Exécuté en 1995 Complice de Richard Holman ; tué des témoins de vol, disant que c’était “plus facile” que de porter un masque [158]
DeAngelo, Joseph James 1979-1986 13 13+ Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “The Golden State Killer”, “The Visalia Ransacker”, “The East Area Rapist” et “The Original Night Stalker”; assassiné trois personnes à Sacramento et 10 personnes dans le sud de la Californie de 1975 à 1986; également lié à plus de 50 viols dans la région de Sacramento de 1976 à 1979 [159] [160] [161] [162] [163]
Denis, Jérôme 1991–1992 5 5 Condamné à la prison à vie Responsable du meurtre de cinq femmes à Newark et East Orange , New Jersey alors qu’elles étaient en liberté conditionnelle [164] [165]
Dewantoro, Harnoko 1991–1992 3 3 Condamné à mort; sorti en 2019 Ressortissant indonésien qui a tué deux associés et son frère à Los Angeles, cachant leurs corps dans des entrepôts [166]
Dièteman, Samuel 2005–2006 8 8 Condamné à la prison à vie Le complice Dale Hausner s’est suicidé en prison [167]
Dillon, Thomas 1989–1992 5 5+ Décédé en prison Des hommes abattus au hasard dans le sud -est de l’Ohio [168]
Dodd, Westley Allan 1989 3 3 Exécuté en 1993 Délinquant sexuel reconnu coupable d’avoir agressé sexuellement et assassiné trois jeunes garçons à Vancouver, Washington en 1989 [169]
Dominique, Ronald 1997–2006 23 23+ Condamné à la prison à vie Victimes de sexe masculin violées et assassinées en Louisiane [170]
Dorsey, Léon 1994 3 3 Exécuté 2008 Employés de magasin assassinés dans tout le Texas [171]
Doss, Nounou 1927–1954 8 11 Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “The Giggling Granny” et “The Jolly Black Widow”; empoisonneuse en série qui a tué quatre maris, deux enfants, ses deux sœurs, sa mère, un petit-fils et une belle-mère [172]
Dowler, David 1983–1987 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Empoisonné trois connaissances à Odessa, Texas [173]
Duffy, Charles Lee 1997 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Des femmes volées, violées et assassinées dans deux comtés de Géorgie [174]
Dugan, Brian 1983-1985 3 3 Condamné à mort; commuée en prison à vie Violeur en série actif dans et autour de Chicago , Illinois [175]
Duncan, Joseph Edouard 1996–2005 5 7 Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution A violé au moins 17 jeunes garçons et trois jeunes filles [176] [177]
Duncan, vendeur 1955–1957 3 3 Exécuté en 1959 Cambrioleur qui a violé et battu violemment des femmes âgées à San Francisco , blessant mortellement trois [178]
Durousseau, Paul 1997–2003 7 7+ Condamné à mort; commuée en prison à vie Assassiné sept femmes dans le sud-est des États-Unis , dont deux enceintes ; Les autorités allemandes soupçonnent Durousseau d’avoir tué plusieurs femmes locales lorsqu’il y était stationné avec l’armée au début des années 1990 [179] [180]
Eaton, Dale Wayne 1988, 2001 (connu)
c. 1983–1996 (suspecté)
2 11+ Condamné à mort; commuée en prison à vie Eaton est également soupçonné d’être à l’origine des meurtres connus sous le nom de “The Great Basin Murders” [181]
Edwards, Andrew David 1987–1992 4 4 Condamné à la prison à vie Passagers assassinés dans les rages induites par l’alcool [182]
Edwards, Edouard 1977–1996 5 15 Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution Condamné à mort pour avoir tiré sur son fils adoptif lors d’un meurtre à l’assurance en 1996 [183] ​​[184]
Edwards, Mac Ray 1953–1970 3 18 S’est suicidé en attendant son exécution Pédophile qui a attaqué des enfants dans le comté de Los Angeles, Californie [185] [186]
Eichinger, John 1999–2005 4 4 Condamné à mort Poignardé à mort des femmes qui ont rejeté ses avances romantiques [187]
Eisele, Joseph 1867 3 3 Exécuté en 1868 Connu sous le nom de “Le meurtrier de Parkersburg” ; Émigrant allemand qui a tué d’autres émigrants lors de vols avec violence [188]
Ellis, Walter E. 1986–2007 8 10+ Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “l’étrangleur du côté nord de Milwaukee” [189]
Engleman, Glennon 1958-1980 5 7+ Décédé en prison Dentiste qui travaillait comme tueur à gages et complotait avec des femmes pour tuer leurs maris afin qu’elles puissent partager l’argent de l’assurance [190]
Erskine, Scott 1989–1993 3 3+ Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution Violé et assassiné deux jeunes garçons en Californie et une femme en Floride [191] [192]
Ervin, Joe Michael 1969-1981 6 6 S’est suicidé avant le procès A tiré et tué un policier à Denver, Colorado tout en évitant un mandat de meurtre au Texas; lié à titre posthume à quatre meurtres supplémentaires dans la région métropolitaine de Denver [193]
Espinosa, Felipe 1863 32 32 Tué par Tom Tobin Assassiné diverses personnes à travers le territoire du Colorado
Evans, Donald Leroy 1985–1991 3 70 Mort en prison; assassiné par un autre condamné à mort Suspecté d’une autre douzaine de meurtres mais a rétracté ses aveux à plus de 70 autres [194]
Evans, Franklin B. 1850–1872 2 5+ Exécuté en 1874 Connu sous le nom de “The Northwood Murderer”; vagabond qui a assassiné au moins deux jeunes filles dans le New Hampshire, et peut-être plus dans le Maine et le Massachusetts [195]
Evans, Gary 1985–1997 5 5 S’est suicidé après avoir échappé à la garde à vue Chef d’un réseau de voleurs de bijoux et d’antiquités qui opéraient dans et autour de Capital District, New York [196]
Evonitz, Richard 1996–1997 3 3+ S’est suicidé pour éviter d’être appréhendé Enlevé, violé et assassiné trois filles dans le comté de Spotsylvania , en Virginie , et enlevé et agressé une jeune fille de 15 ans dans le comté de Richland, en Caroline du Sud [197]
Eh bien, John 2010 4 4 Condamné à la prison à vie Plaidoyer contre la ” loi des 3 coups ” qui a volé et assassiné des personnes d’âge moyen et âgées à Los Angeles [198]
Eyler, Larry 1982–1984 21 24 Mort de complications liées au sida en 1994 alors qu’il attendait son exécution Connu sous le nom de “The Interstate Killer” et de “Highway Killer” ; s’attaquait aux garçons et aux jeunes hommes du Midwest [199]
Chute, Christine 1980-1982 6 6 Condamné à la prison à vie Épilepsie qui a étranglé des nourrissons à cause de voix dans sa tête [200]
Chutes, Neal 1992–2015 0 10+ Tué par la victime visée Suspecté d’avoir tué jusqu’à 10 femmes avant d’être tué en état de légitime défense . [201]
Fautenberry, John 1990–1991 5 6 Exécuté 2009 Se lie d’amitié, assassine et vole des gens dans quatre États [202]
Fayne, Lorenzo 1989–1993 6 6 Condamné à mort; commuée en prison à vie A violé et assassiné une femme et cinq enfants dans le Wisconsin et l’Illinois [203]
Fernandes, Roberto Wagner 2000–2001 3 4+ Décédé dans un accident d’avion Hôtesse de l’air brésilienne qui a tué des prostituées à Miami, en Floride ; suspecté dans d’autres décès [204]
Fernandez, Raymond 1947-1949 3 20 Exécuté en 1951 Avec sa complice Martha Beck , est devenu connu sous le nom de “The Lonely Hearts Killers” [40]
Figueroa, Danny 1986 3 3 Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “The Backwoods Sniper”; Survivant autoproclamé qui a abattu trois personnes dans le sud de la Californie [205]
Poisson, Albert 1924-1932 3 8+ Exécuté en 1936 Connu sous le nom de “Le loup-garou de Wysteria”; sadique et pédophile qui a cannibalisé plusieurs enfants. [206]
Fisher, Lavinia ?–1819? 0 Nombreux Exécuté 1820 Avec son mari, John était membre d’un gang de la route; aurait tué des voyageurs visitant son auberge [207]
Fitzsimmons, George 1969-1973 4 4 Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “Karaté Chop Killer”; malade mental qui a tué ses parents à New York, puis a été libéré et a tué sa tante et son oncle en Pennsylvanie [208]
FordWayne Adam 1997–1998 4 4+ Condamné à mort Tué et mutilé quatre femmes en Californie [209] [210]
Fontaine, Clayton Anthony 1974-1983 5 5 Décédé en prison Tué son officier supérieur aux Philippines, puis tué des détenus et des gardiens dans les prisons fédérales [211]
François, Kendall 1996–1998 8 10+ Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “Le tueur de Poughkeepsie”; reconnu coupable du meurtre de huit femmes à New York [212]
Franklin, Joseph-Paul 1977-1980 11 22 Exécuté 2013 A également tenté d’assassiner Larry Flynt et Vernon Jordan [213]
Franklin Jr., Lonnie David 1985–2007 dix 25+ Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution Connu sous le nom de “The Grim Sleeper”; inculpé après que des preuves ADN l’aient lié à dix meurtres à Los Angeles depuis 1985 [214]
Gacy, John Wayne 1972-1978 33 33+ Exécuté en 1994 Connu sous le nom de “Le clown tueur” ; s’attaquait aux jeunes hommes et garçons de Chicago et des environs [215] [216]
Gallego, Gérald 1978-1980 dix dix Décédé en attendant son exécution Complice Charlene Gallego sorti en 1997 [217]
Garduno, Santiago 1900–1932 3 4 Exécuté en 1933 Tué au moins trois personnes au Colorado et au Nouveau-Mexique [218]
Gargiulo, Michel 1993–2008 3 dix Condamné à mort Connu sous le nom de “L’éventreur d’Hollywood”” [219] [220]
Gary, Carlton 1970-1978 3 7+ Exécuté 2018 Connu sous le nom de “The Stocking Strangler”; assassiné des femmes âgées à Columbus, en Géorgie [221]
Gaskins, Donald Henry 1953-1982 9 100+ Exécuté en 1991 Reconnu coupable de neuf meurtres; a affirmé à un auteur avoir tué plus de 100 [222]
Gai, Randy 1978–2011 3 3 Condamné à mort Assassiné trois personnes, dont son beau-père et son père biologique, lors de disputes [223]
Gaynor, Alfred 1995–1998 9 9 Condamné à la prison à vie Femmes toxicomanes violées et étranglées à Springfield, Massachusetts [224]
Gecht, Robin 1981-1982 18 18 Incarcéré pendant 120 ans Membre de la secte satanique et du groupe criminel organisé connu sous le nom de “The Ripper Crew” ou “The Chicago Rippers” [225] [226]
Gein, Ed 1954–1957 2 7 Décédé pendant son incarcération au Mendota Mental Health Institute Connu sous le nom de “La goule de Plainfield” ; La vie et les crimes de Gein ont inspiré, au moins en partie, les romans/films, Psycho et Le silence des agneaux , et le film de 1974, Massacre à la tronçonneuse . [227] [228]
Géralds, Hubert 1994–1995 5 5 Condamné à mort; commuée en prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “l’ étrangleur d’ Englewood “ [229]
Gibbs, Janie Lou 1966-1967 5 5 Décédé en prison A tué ses trois fils, un petit-fils et son mari, par empoisonnement à l’arsenic [230]
Gibson, Moïse 1908–1920 3 7+ Exécuté en 1920 La culpabilité a été remise en question [231]
Gibson, William Clyde 2002–2012 3 3+ Condamné à mort Femmes agressées sexuellement et assassinées dans l’Indiana [232]
Gifford, Berthe 1900–1928 3 17 Décédé à l’hôpital d’État du Missouri n ° 4 empoisonneur en série du Missouri; déclaré non coupable pour cause d’aliénation mentale [233]
Gilbert, Kristen 1989–1996 4 4+ Condamné à la prison à vie Arrêt cardiaque provoqué chez les patients et répondrait ensuite à l’urgence codée, réanimant souvent les patients eux-mêmes [234]
Gilles, Bernard 1973 5 5 Condamné à la prison à vie Enlevé, violé et assassiné des auto-stoppeuses dans des orangeraies près de Titusville, en Floride [235]
Gillis, Sean Vincent 1994–2004 8 8 Condamné à la prison à vie Des femmes de Louisiane traquées, kidnappées, violées, assassinées et mutilées [236] [237]
Gilyard, Lorenzo 1977–1993 12 13 Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “L’étrangleur de Kansas City”; ciblait principalement les travailleuses du sexe à Kansas City et dans les environs, Missouri [238]
Glatman, Harvey 1957–1958 3 4 Exécuté en 1959 Connu sous le nom de “The Glamour Girl Slayer” et “The Lonely Hearts Killer”; se fait passer pour un photographe professionnel en Californie pour attirer ses victimes avec la promesse d’une carrière de mannequin avant de les lier et de les agresser sexuellement et de les photographier puis de les assassiner
Glaze, Billy 1986–1987 3 20+ Décédé en prison La culpabilité a été remise en question par la découverte de preuves ADN excluant Glaze et impliquant un autre homme [239] [240]
Gléason, Robert Charles 2007–2010 3 3+ Exécuté 2013 A tué deux codétenus alors qu’il purgeait une peine d’emprisonnement à perpétuité pour un autre meurtre et a juré de continuer à tuer s’il n’était pas mis à mort [241]
Gohl, Billy 1902–1910 2 100+ Décédé en prison Un responsable syndical lié à la disparition de plus de 40 marins à Aberdeen, Washington au début du XXe siècle [11] [ source non fiable ? ]
Gomez, Lloyd 1950–1951 9 9 Exécuté en 1953 Connu sous le nom de “The Phantom Hobo Killer”; a assassiné neuf hommes sans abri à travers la Californie [242]
Gore, David Alan 1981-1983 6 6 Exécuté 2012 L’un des deux connus sous le nom de “The Killing Cousins”; assassiné des femmes à Vero Beach et dans le comté d’Indian River, en Floride, avec l’aide de son cousin Fred Waterfield [243]
Gore, Marshall Lee 1988 2 2+ Exécuté 2013 Enlevé et assassiné plusieurs femmes dans le comté de Miami-Dade, en Floride [244] [245] [246]
Gosnell, Kermit Barron 2006 4 7+ Condamné à la prison à vie Tué des nouveau-nés en bonne santé sous prétexte de pratiquer des avortements tardifs dans une clinique d’avortement illégale [247]
Goudeau, Marc 2005–2006 9 9 Condamné à mort Connu sous le nom de “Le tueur de base”. Un kidnappeur en série, violeur, voleur et tueur en série qui a terrorisé la région métropolitaine de Phoenix [248]
Graham, Gwendolyn 1987 5 6 Condamné à la prison à vie Complice de Cathy Wood ; aide-soignante qui s’attaquait aux femmes âgées dans une maison de retraite de Walker, Michigan [249] [250]
Graham, Harrisson 1986–1987 7 7 Condamné à la prison à vie Assassiné sept femmes à Philadelphie [251]
Grant, Gary 1969-1971 4 4 Condamné à la prison à vie Tué trois enfants et une jeune femme à Renton, Washington [252]
Granviel, Kenneth 1974-1975 7 9 Exécuté en 1996 Des femmes et des enfants violés et poignardés à Fort Worth, au Texas, lors d’attaques à caractère sexuel [253]
Grille, Shawn 2006–2016 5 5 Condamné à mort Femmes assassinées dans l’Ohio rural [254] [255] [256] [257]
Gris, Dana Sue 1994 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Attaqué des femmes âgées, en tuant trois ; attrapé après qu’une quatrième victime prévue ait survécu et l’ait identifiée [258]
Gris, Marvin 1971–1992 3 41 Décédé en prison Prisonnier le plus dangereux du Colorado jusqu’à sa mort; a avoué les meurtres de 41 personnes dans huit États différents [259]
Gray, Ricky Javon 2005–2006 8 8 Exécuté 2017 A tué sa femme en Pennsylvanie, puis s’est lancé dans une tuerie en Virginie avec son cousin, Ray Dandridge [260]
Gray, Ronald 1986–1987 4 4 Condamné à mort Soldat qui a violé et assassiné des femmes près de Fort Bragg [261]
Vert, Larry 1973-1974 15 73+ Condamné à la prison à vie Membre du culte “The Death Angels” responsable des meurtres de Zebra [126]
Vert, Ricky Lee 1985-1986 4 12 Exécuté en 1997 Vagabond bisexuel; sa femme a aidé dans deux des meurtres [262]
Vert, Samuel 1817–1821 2 2+ Exécuté 1822 Connu sous le nom de “La terreur de la Nouvelle-Angleterre” [263]
Greenawalt, Randy 1974-1978 7 9 Exécuté en 1997 Tué au moins un homme en janvier 1974 ; plus tard, il s’est évadé de prison avec un autre détenu, tuant une famille de quatre personnes et un couple en Arizona et au Colorado [264]
Greenwell, Harry Edouard 1987-1989 3 3 Décédé avant l’arrestation Connu sous le nom de “Tueur I-65”; commis de motel assassinés le long de l’Interstate 65 [265]
Greenwood, Vaughn 1964-1975 11 11 Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “The Skid Row Slasher”; s’attaquaient principalement aux personnes de passage et aux sans-abri du sud de la Californie [266] [ source non fiable ? ]
Gretzler, Douglas 1973 11 17 Exécuté en 1998 Avec le complice Willie Steelman, ont tué des témoins de leur frénésie de vols à travers la Californie et l’Arizona [267]
Gribble, Timothée 1985–1987 2 3 Exécuté 2000 A avoué avoir violé et étranglé trois femmes au Texas; jugé pour un meurtre, jamais jugé pour un autre et la troisième victime présumée n’a jamais été localisée [268]
Groves, Vincent 1978-1988 7 20+ Décédé en prison Prostituées violées et étranglées à Denver et dans les environs [269]
Gunness, Belle 1900–1908 25 40 Inconnue Tueur à but lucratif d’origine norvégienne qui a tué ses prétendants et ses enfants [270]
Hahn, Anna Marie 1933-1937 5 5 Exécuté en 1938 Tueur à but lucratif d’origine allemande qui a empoisonné cinq hommes âgés
Halbower, Rodney 1976 2 5 Condamné à la prison à vie Suspect dans les meurtres de Gypsy Hill [271]
Hall, Andréas 1847–1848 3 3 Exécuté en 1849 Voleur prolifique qui a tué trois personnes lors de vols à New York [272]
Hallidy, Lizzie années 1890 4 7 Décédé à l’hôpital d’État de Matteawan pour les criminels aliénés Première femme condamnée à être exécutée par la chaise électrique [273]
Hance, William Henri 1977-1978 4 4 Exécuté en 1994 Connu sous le nom de “Les forces du mal” ; Soldat de l’armée américaine qui a assassiné quatre femmes sur et autour des bases militaires
Hankins, Terry 2000–2001 5 5 Exécuté 2009 Homme de Mansfield qui a assassiné des membres de sa propre famille [274]
Hansen, Robert 1971-1983 17 21+ Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “The Butcher Baker”; enlevé, violé et assassiné des femmes à Anchorage et dans les environs, en Alaska . Hansen a relâché plusieurs de ses victimes dans la nature sauvage de l’Alaska après les avoir enlevées et les a chassées avec un fusil semi-automatique et un couteau. [275]
Harding, Donald Eugène 1979-1980 6 7+ Exécuté en 1992 Des hommes tués lors de braquages. [276]
Frères Harpe 1797–1804 39 50+ Lynché 1799 (Micajah)

Exécuté en 1804 (Wiley)

Frères ou cousins; Les premiers tueurs en série connus aux États-Unis [277]
Harris, De Wayne Lee 1997–1998 3 3+ Condamné à 94 ans de prison Connu sous le nom de “Seattle Jungle Killer” ; prostituées étranglées à Seattle, jetant leurs corps dans une zone connue sous le nom de « la jungle » [278]
Harris, Michael Darnel 1981-1982 4 dix Condamné à la prison à vie A violé, battu et étranglé des femmes âgées dans tout le Michigan ; prétend être innocent [279]
Harrison, Lester 1951-1973 5 7 Inconnue Détenu assassiné; après sa libération, violé et assassiné des femmes dans le Grant Park de Chicago [280]
Harris, Robert Wayne 1999–2000 6 6 Exécuté 2012 Tué une femme qu’il soupçonnait de lui avoir volé de l’argent, puis tué cinq de ses anciens collègues trois jours après son licenciement [281]
Harvey, Donald 1970-1987 37 80 Condamné à trois peines concurrentes de prison à vie ; tué par le détenu James Elliott Connu sous le nom de “l’ange de la mort” ; infirmier d’hôpital qui a assassiné des patients dans l’Ohio et le Kentucky [282]
Hassell, George 1917-1926 13 13 Exécuté en 1928 A anéanti sa famille à deux reprises [283]
Hatcher, Charles Ray 1969-1982 2 16 S’est suicidé en prison Reconnu coupable de deux meurtres d’enfants en 1978 et 1982, a également poignardé à mort un codétenu et un autre homme à 20 ans d’intervalle [284]
Hausner, Dale 2006 8 8 S’est suicidé en attendant son exécution Reconnu coupable d’avoir tué des gens lors de fusillades au hasard [285]
Hayes, Robert 2005–2006 3 7+ Condamné à la prison à vie Connu comme “Le tueur de Daytona Beach” [286]
Hayward, Harry T. 1894 1 4 Exécuté en 1895 Connu sous le nom de « Minneapolis Svengali » [287]
Hazard, Linda 1908-1911 1 13 Décédé en 1938 A servi deux ans [288]
Héritiers, William 1945-1946 3 3 Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “Le tueur de rouge à lèvres” ; Un adolescent de l’Illinois reconnu coupable du meurtre de trois femmes de Chicago dans les années 1940 [289]
Barre, Boone 1850–1864 11 11+ Exécuté en 1864 Connu sous le nom de “Le cannibale du Kentucky” ; homme de montagne et tireur du Far West qui a assassiné et partiellement consommé ses victimes dans tout l’Ouest américain [290] [291]
Henley, Elmer Wayne 1970-1973 6 8+ Condamné à la prison à vie Crimes appelés “les meurtres de masse de Houston” ; complice de Dean Corll [133] [292]
Henri, John Ruthell 1975-1985 3 3 Exécuté 2014 Assassiné sa première femme à Dade City en 1975; libéré sur parole, puis assassiné sa deuxième femme et son beau-fils [293]
Herman, François 1890–1896 2 8 Inconnue Connu sous le nom de « le boucher sacerdotal » ; Pasteur d’origine anglaise qui a assassiné des fidèles, des ex-épouses et deux de ses enfants [294]
Hernandez, Ramon Torres 1994–2001 3 5+ Exécuté 2012 Femmes kidnappées et assassinées dans le comté de Bexar, Texas [295]
Herzog, Loren 1984–1999 3 19 S’est suicidé en attendant sa libération conditionnelle Avec complice Wesley Shermantine connu sous le nom de “The Speed ​​Freak Killers” [296]
Hickey, J.Frank 1883–1911 3 3 Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “Le tueur de cartes postales” [297]
Hickson, Monroe 1946 4 4 Décédé alors qu’il était en fuite Connu sous le nom de “Bluecorns” ; commerçants assassinés autour du comté d’Aiken, Caroline du Sud [298]
Colline, Ivan 1979–1994 9 9+ Condamné à mort Connu sous le nom de “The 60 Freeway Killer”; responsable d’au moins un des meurtres de Southside Slayer [299]
Colline, Walter 1952–1977 5 5 Exécuté en 1997 Tué trois personnes après avoir purgé une peine pour deux meurtres distincts [300]
Hilton, Gary 2007–2008 4 4+ Condamné à mort Connu sous le nom de « tueur en série de la forêt nationale » ; randonneurs enlevés et tués dans les forêts nationales de trois États [301]
Hittle, Daniel 1973-1989 7 7 Exécuté 2000 A tué ses parents adoptifs dans le Minnesota; libéré sur parole, puis tué cinq autres personnes au Texas lors d’une fusillade [302]
Hoch, Johann Otto 1890-1905 1 50+ Exécuté en 1906 Connu sous le nom de “The Stockyard Bluebeard”
Hohenberger, Robert 1978 0 5 S’est suicidé pour éviter d’être appréhendé Un ancien adjoint de la police californienne lié aux meurtres d’adolescents à Morgan City, en Louisiane [303]
Holmann, Richard 1978-1979 4 9+ Condamné à la prison à vie Complice de Girvies Davis ; tué des témoins de vol [158]
Holmes, HH 1891–1894 9 27+ Exécuté en 1896 Condamné pour un seul meurtre, mais définitivement lié à au moins huit autres; a avoué un total de 27 [304] [305]
Honken, Dustin Lee 1993 5 5 Exécuté 2020 Trafiquant de drogue qui a tué des témoins contre lui et leurs enfants avec l’aide de sa petite amie, Angela Johnson [306]
Hopkins, John W. 1972-1978 3 3+ S’est suicidé en prison Connu sous le nom de “The Mohawk Ripper”; enlevé, violé et poignardé des étudiants dans la région de la vallée de la Mohawk [307]
Howell, William Devin 2003 7 7 Condamné à la prison à vie Reconnu coupable du meurtre de sept personnes en 2003 ; considéré comme le tueur en série le plus prolifique de l’histoire du Connecticut [308] [309]
Hoyt, Waneta 1965-1971 5 5 Décédé en prison femme de New York qui a assassiné ses cinq enfants; exonérée en vertu de la loi de New York parce qu’elle est décédée avant son appel [310]
Hugues, Michel 1986–1993 7 7+ Condamné à mort Responsable d’au moins un des meurtres de Southside Slayer [311]
Hugues, Philippe Joseph 1972-1975 3 3+ Condamné à la prison à vie A tué trois femmes avec son ex-femme dans le comté de Contra Costa, en Californie [312]
Chasseur, Richard Louis 1986 4 4 Condamné à la prison à vie Des femmes âgées violées et étranglées à Atlanta [313]
Hyatt, Terry 1979-1987 3 3+ Condamné à mort Des femmes kidnappées, violées et assassinées à travers la Caroline du Nord [314]
Ingle, Phillip Lee 1991 4 4 Exécuté en 1995 Assassiné deux couples âgés en Caroline du Nord sans raison apparente [315]
Irvin, Leslie 1954–1955 6 6+ Décédé en prison Son affaire devant la Cour suprême a créé un précédent pour des procès équitables d’accusés très médiatisés [316]
Irvin, Marvin 1979–1990 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Ancien policier qui a assassiné des femmes à St.Joseph, Missouri [317]
Jablonski, Phillip Carl 1978–1991 5 5 Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution Femmes assassinées en Californie et en Utah
Jackson, Calvin 1973-1974 9 9 Condamné à la prison à vie Des femmes assassinées et volées dans l’East Side de Manhattan, abusant de leurs cadavres post-mortem [318]
Jackson, Charles 1975-1982 8 8+ Décédé en prison Responsable d’au moins huit des meurtres d’East Bay Slayer [319]
Jackson, Homère 1983–1993 4 4+ 6 ans et 3 mois; libéré avec le temps purgé Des prostituées violées et étranglées à Portland, Oregon ; affaire notée pour un procès désordonné et des preuves douteuses [320]
Jackson, Ray 1989–1990 6 6 Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “Gillham Park Strangler”; assassiné six travailleuses du sexe à Kansas City, Missouri. [321]
Jackson, Vickie Dawn 2000–2001 dix 10+ Condamné à la prison à vie Patients empoisonnés à Nocona, Texas avec Mivacron [322]
Jennings, Desmond Dominique 1993 5 20 Exécuté en 1999 Tué des personnes dans des vols liés à la drogue [323]
Jennings, Wilbur Lee 1981-1984 6 6+ Décédé en prison en attendant son exécution Connu sous le nom de “The Ditchbank Killer”; violé et assassiné des femmes à Fresno et dans le comté de Sacramento, en Californie, jetant ensuite leurs corps dans des fossés [324]
Jesperson, Keith Hunter 1990–1995 8 8+ Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de « The Happy Face Killer » [325]
Johnson, Alvin 1972-1983 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Transitoire qui a tué des gens lors de crises d’alcool; un meurtre commis avec Wilbur Lee Jennings [326]
Johnson, Martha Ann 1977-1982 3 4 Sorti en 2020 Une femme géorgienne reconnue coupable d’avoir tué un et soupçonnée d’avoir tué trois de ses enfants entre 1977 et 1982 [327]
Johnson, Matthieu Steven 2000–2001 3 5 Condamné à la prison à vie Attaqué de jeunes femmes privées de leurs droits dans le Connecticut [328]
Johnson, Milton 1983-1984 dix 10+ Condamné à mort; commuée en prison à vie Les victimes comprenaient deux shérifs adjoints [96]
Johnson, Vincent 1999–2000 5 5 Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “L’étrangleur de Brooklyn”; s’est attaqué aux travailleuses du sexe à New York et dans les environs [329]
Jones, André Vernell 1978-1979 5 8 Condamné à mort; commuée en prison à vie Assassiné un couple, puis assassiné trois autres personnes le même jour avec Freddie Tiller [330]
Jones, Daniel O. 1998–2001 4 4 Condamné à la prison à vie Jeunes femmes poignardées à mort lors d’invasions de domicile à Kansas City, Missouri [331]
Jones, Gène 1977-1982 2 60+ Condamné à 99 ans de prison Infirmière pédiatrique du Texas qui a empoisonné des nourrissons dont elle s’occupait; devait sortir en mars 2018; cependant, les procureurs l’ont accusée de deux meurtres supplémentaires [332] [333] [334] [335]
Jones, Jack Harold 1983–1995 3 3+ Exécuté 2017 Assassiné au moins trois femmes en Floride et en Arkansas; un violeur en série a été condamné à tort pour un meurtre [336]
Jones, Sydney 1900–1914 13 13 Exécuté en 1915 Drifter qui a admis une douzaine de meurtres commis à travers les États-Unis [337]
Jones, Willie Ben 1980–1990 3 4 Condamné à 60 ans de prison Tué des travailleuses du sexe parce qu'”elles devaient être punies” [338]
Joubert, Jean 1982-1983 3 3 Exécuté en 1996 Connu sous le nom de “The Nebraska Boy Snatcher”; assassiné de jeunes garçons dans le Maine et le Nebraska [339]
Joyner, Antoine 1983 6 18 Condamné à la prison à vie A violé et tué des femmes âgées à la maison de retraite de Philadelphie où il travaillait [340]
Junco, Francisco del 1995–1996 4 4 Condamné à la prison à vie Immigrant cubain qui a assassiné puis brûlé les corps de prostituées à Miami [341]
Kadamovas, Jurijus 2001–2002 5 5 Condamné à mort Complice de Iouri Mikhel ; Immigrant lituanien qui a kidnappé cinq personnes contre une rançon en Californie et les a tuées [342]
Kallinger, Joseph 1974-1975 3 3 Décédé en prison A commis des crimes avec son fils de 15 ans, Michael Kallinger [343]
Kearney, Patrick 1965-1977 21 43 Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “Le tueur de sacs poubelles” [344]
Kee, Arohn 1991–1998 3 3+ Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de «violeur d’East-Harlem»; a violé sept femmes à Manhattan de 1991 à 1998, tuant trois d’entre elles [345]
Keith, Leroy 1934–1956 3 3 Exécuté en 1959 A abattu trois hommes lors de hold-up dans l’Ohio et à New York [346]
Kelley, John William 1986-1988 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Violeur reconnu coupable qui a tué un jeune auto-stoppeur et un couple marié dans la Californie rurale [347]
Kelly, Alvin Andrew 1984 4 4 Exécuté 2008 A tué une famille de trois personnes et plus tard son colocataire lors de vols [348]
Famille Kelly 1887 11 12 Tué par des justiciers Famille de tueurs en série qui ont tué et volé de riches voyageurs dans le No Man’s Land [349]
Kemper, Edmond 1964-1973 dix dix Condamné à la prison à vie Connu sous le nom de “The Co-Ed Killer”; a assassiné ses grands-parents à 15 ans; libéré à 21 ans, il a ensuite assassiné six jeunes femmes, ainsi que sa mère et son amie, en Californie [350]
Keyes, Israël Années 1990-2012 3 11+ S’est suicidé pendant sa garde à vue Trois victimes confirmées ; lié à 11 victimes dans quatre États [351]
Kibbe, Roger 1977-1987 8 8+ Tué en prison par un codétenu Connu sous le nom de “L’étrangleur I-5”; des jeunes femmes assassinées arrêtées sur les autoroutes autour de Sacramento , en Californie [352]
Kimball, Scott Lee 2003–2004 4 5+ Condamné à 70 ans de prison informateur du FBI ; proposé comme suspect dans les meurtres de West Mesa [353]
Kimes, Santé 1996–1998 2 3 Décédé en prison Criminelle responsable de nombreux crimes commis avec son fils, Kenneth Jr. [354]
Kinne, Sharon 1962-1964 3 3 Évadé de prison 1969 Son mandat d’arrêt est l’un des plus longs de l’histoire américaine [355]
Kirkland, Antoine 1987–2009 5 6 Condamné à mort Attaqué de jeunes femmes dans la région de Cincinnati [356] [357]
Klimek, Tillie 1914-1921 5 7 Décédé en prison Empoisonneur de Chicago d’origine polonaise
Knapp, Alfred 1894-1902 5 5+ Exécuté en 1904 Connu sous le nom de “l’étrangleur de Hamilton” [358]
Chevalier, Thomas 1974-1980 4 4 Exécuté 2014 Assassiné quatre personnes entre 1974 et 1980 [359] [360] [361]
Knighton, Robert Wesley 1973–1990 5 5 Exécuté 2003 S’est lancé dans une tuerie à deux États avec sa petite amie et un ami adolescent après avoir purgé une peine pour avoir tué un homme [362]
Knorr, Thérèse 1984-1985 2 3 Condamné à deux peines à perpétuité Ses fils, William et Robert Jr., étaient complices [363]
Knotek, Michelle 1994–2003 2 3 Condamné à 22 ans de prison Internes torturées et maltraitées chez elle avec son mari [364]
Knowles, Paul John 1974 18 35 Tué par la police en tentant de s’évader Connu sous le nom de “Le tueur de Casanova” [365] [366]
Koedatich, James 1971-1982 4 4 Condamné à mort; commuée en prison à vie Tué un homme et un compagnon de cellule en Floride, il en tua deux autres dans le New Jersey [367] [368]
Kohlhepp, Todd 2003–2016 7 10+ Condamné à la prison à vie Responsable de plusieurs meurtres en Caroline du Sud, dont les “Superbike Murders”. [369] [370]
Kokoraleis, Andrew 1981-1982 18 18 Exécuté en 1999 Membre de la secte satanique et du groupe criminel organisé connu sous le nom de “The Ripper Crew” ou “The Chicago Rippers” [225] [371]
Kokoraleis, Thomas 1981-1982 18 18 Sorti en 2019 Membre de la secte satanique et du groupe criminel organisé connu sous le nom de “The Ripper Crew” ou “The Chicago Rippers” [225] [226]
Condro, Joseph 1985–1996 2 3+ Décédé en prison Connu sous le nom de “Le tueur en série de Longview” ; kidnappé, agressé sexuellement et assassiné des filles mineures dans l’État de Washington [372]
Koster, Brent 1972 3 3 Sorti en 2020 Adolescent complice de Danny Ranes , qui a activement participé à trois de ses quatre meurtres [373]
Kraft, Randy 1971-1983 16 67 Condamné à mort Connu sous le nom de “The Scorecard Killer”; a tenu une liste codée de jeunes hommes et garçons qu’il a violés et assassinés dans le sud de la Californie, le Michigan et l’Oregon [374]
Krajcir, Timothée 1977-1982 9 9 Condamné à la prison à vie A avoué avoir tué cinq femmes dans le Missouri et quatre autres dans l’Illinois et la Pennsylvanie [375]
Kudzinowski, Pierre 1924-1928 3 3 Exécuté en 1929 Emprisonné pour le meurtre d’un ami. Assassiné deux enfants après sa libération.
Kunnecke, William 1898-1903 1 3 Inconnue Évadé de prison en 1919 [376]
La Barre, Sheila 2004–2006 2 4 Condamné à la réclusion à perpétuité sans libération conditionnelle A affirmé qu’elle était un ange envoyé par Dieu pour punir les pédophiles [377]
Lac, Léonard 1983-1985 11 25 S’est suicidé pendant sa garde à vue Avec le complice Charles Ng , ils sont également connus sous le nom de “The Operation Miranda Killers” [378] [379] [380] [381] [382]
LaLaurie, Delphine 1834 ? ? Décédé à Paris, France Une mondaine de la Nouvelle-Orléans qui a torturé et mutilé ses esclaves [383]
Lane, Adam Leroy 2007 2 2+ Condamné à 50 ans Connu sous le nom de “Le tueur de l’autoroute” [384] [385] [386]
LaRette, Anthony 1976-1980 16 31 Exécuté en 1995 Drifter qui a traqué, violé et poignardé à mort des femmes dans plusieurs États [387]
Lassor, Raymond 1984 3 3 Condamné à la prison à vie Premier criminel à être poursuivi avec succès en vertu du “ Life Without Parole Statute ” de Rhode Island de 1984 [388]
Laudenberg, Adolf 1972-1975 4 6 Condamné à la prison à vie Known as “The Santa Strangler”; murdered women in the San Pedro neighborhood of Los Angeles and one in San Francisco, and is the prime suspect for two similar murders [389]
Lee, Derrick Todd 1992–2003 7 7+ Died in prison awaiting execution Known as “The Baton Rouge Serial Killer”; convicted of two murders; linked by DNA evidence to five others [390]
Lewingdon, Gary 1977–1978 10 10 Died in prison Together with brother Thaddeus Lewingdon, known as “The .22 Caliber Killers” [391][392]
Lewingdon, Thaddeus 1977–1978 9 9 Died in prison Together with brother Gary Lewingdon, known as “The .22 Caliber Killers” [391][393]
Lindahl, Bruce 1974–1981 2 12+ Died from accidental self-inflicted injuries Posthumously connected to various rape-murders in Chicago and surrounding area [394]
Lipscomb, Nathaniel 1958–1959 3 4 Executed 1961 Known as “The Dawn Strangler”; beat, raped and strangled three women in Baltimore [395]
Little, Jerry 1985–1988 4 4 Uncertain Raped and strangled women in St. Louis, Missouri [396]
Little, Samuel 1970–2005 61 93+ Died in prison Known as “The Choke-and-Stroke Killer”; transient who allegedly killed 93 women in 14 states [397][398]
Lockett, Will 1912–1920 4 4 Executed 1920 Guilt has been questioned [399]
Lockhart, Michael Lee 1987–1988 4 6+ Executed 1997 Received death sentences in three states; executed by the state of Texas
Long, Bobby Joe 1984 10 10+ Executed 2019 Known as “The Classified Ad Rapist” [400]
Long, Neal 1972–1975 4 7+ Died in a federal medical center Known as “The Shotgun Slayer”; racist who murdered black people in drive-by shootings in Dayton, Ohio [401]
Lucas, Henry Lee 1960–1983 3 200+ Died in prison Convicted of 11 murders, confessed to approximately 3,000 murders, although most of his confessions are considered outlandish [402][403]
Lynch, Franklin 1987 3 13 Sentenced to death Known as “The Day Stalker”; preyed on elderly women in the East Bay, California [404]
Madison, Michael 2012–2013 3 3+ Sentenced to death Preyed on women in East Cleveland, Ohio [405]
Majors, Orville Lynn 1993–1995 6 130 Died in prison Licensed practical nurse who was convicted of murdering his patients in Clinton, Indiana [406]
Malone, Kelvin Shelby 1981 4 5+ Executed 1999 Killed multiple people in both California and Missouri [407][408]
Malvo, Lee Boyd 2002 7 17 Life imprisonment without parole (overturned on May 26, 2017); Supreme Court of the United States heard the case on October 16, 2019.[409] With accomplice John Allen Muhammad, perpetrated the D.C. sniper attacks [410]
Mansfield, Billy 1975–1980 5 5+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Murdered women and girls in Florida and California, burying most of them in the family home in Weeki Wachee [411]
Marquette, Richard Laurence 1961–1975 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment First 11th person named on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted List [412]
Martin, James David 1989–2005 3 3 Sentenced to 66 years in prison Strangled three across three states, including his wife [413]
Martin, Lee Roy 1967–1968 4 4 Died in prison Known as “The Gaffney Strangler” [414][415][416]
Martin, Rhonda Belle 1926–1951 6 6 Executed 1957 Alabama woman who poisoned family members [417]
Masini, Frank 1991–1992 4 4 Sentenced to life imprisonment Italian man who burglarized and murdered elderly people in New Jersey [418][419]
Mason, David 1980–1982 5 6 Executed 1993 Killed four elderly neighbours in 1980 and his cellmate in 1982 while imprisoned on lesser charges; suspected of shooting dead his boyfriend [420]
Mason, Samuel 1797–1803 20 20+ Killed/Died from injuries received during a shoot-out River pirate associated with the Harpe brothers and other outlaws [421]
Matthew, Jesse 2009–2014 2 7 Sentenced to life imprisonment Believed to have raped, murdered, and sexually assaulted multiple women in Virginia from 2002 to 2014 [422]
Matthews, Eric 1994–1998 4 4 Sentenced to life imprisonment Rapist who his killed ex-girlfriends, wife and stepson [423]
Maury, Robert 1985–1987 3 3+ Sentenced to death Known as “The Tipster Killer”; killed at least three women in California, then called into crime stoppers to report his crimes and receive award money [424]
Maust, David Edward 1974–2003 5 5 Committed suicide in prison Convicted of killing five teenage boys; one in Germany in 1974, another in 1981, and three he buried in his basement [425][426]
Mayrand, Edward 1983–1994 3 3 Died in prison Strangled to death three women in New England [427]
Mays, Reta 2017–2018 7 8+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Nursing assistant who murdered seven elderly male military veterans with injections of insulin while employed at a VA hospital in Clarksburg, West Virginia [428]
McCoy, Stephen 1980–1981 3 3 Executed 1989 Along with his accomplice, James Paster, the pair murdered three people in the Houston Area [429]
McDuff, Kenneth 1966–1992 9 14+ Executed 1998 Known as “The Broomstick Killer”; death sentence for 1966 triple-murder commuted; killed three days after 1989 parole [430][431]
McFadden, Jerry Walter 1973–1986 4 4 Executed 1999 Known as “The Animal” [432]
McKnight, Anthony 1985 5 5 Died in prison awaiting execution Rapist who killed young girls and women in Oakland; responsible for some of the East Bay Slayer murders [433]
McWatters, Eugene 2004 3 3 Sentenced to death; commuted to life imprisonment Known as “The Salerno Strangler”; Murdered women in Port Salerno, Florida [434]
Meirhofer, David 1967–1974 4 4 Committed suicide First serial killer to be apprehended via usage of offender profiling [435]
Melanson, Roy 1974–1988 3 5+ Died in prison Drifter connected to the rape-murders of at least three women in three states [436]
Metheny, Joe 1976–1996 5 10 Died in prison Raped and murdered women in Baltimore, allegedly cannibalizing his victims [437]
Mikhel, Iouri 2001–2002 5 5 Sentenced to death Accomplice of Jurijus Kadamovas; Russian immigrant who kidnapped five people in California for ransom money and killed them [342]
Miller, Joseph Daniel 1986–1990 5 5+ Sentenced to death; commuted to life imprisonment Kidnapped, raped and strangled black women around Harrisburg, Pennsylvania [438]
Moore, Henry Lee 1911–1912 2 25 Unknown Suspect in the Villisca axe murders; sentenced to life imprisonment for killing his mother and grandmother with an axe, later commuted and released from prison in 1956 [439]
Moore, Manuel 1973–1974 15 73+ Died in prison Part of “The Death Angels” cult responsible for the Zebra murders [126]
Morin, Stephen 1969–1981 4 48 Executed 1985 Suspected in over 30 unsolved violent crimes across the country [440]
Morris, Cory 2002–2003 5 5+ Sentenced to death Known as “The Crackhead Killer”; Necrophile who murdered at least five prostitutes at his trailer in Phoenix, Arizona [441]
Mors, Frederick 1914–1915 8 8 Committed suicide while a fugitive Murdered eight elderly patients by poison while employed in a nursing home in New York City; committed to Hudson River State Hospital; escaped in May 1916 [442]
Morse, Hugh 1959–1961 4 4+ Died in prison Former fugitive who murdered four women during a cross-country crime spree [443]
Morton, David Bruce 1983–1990 3 3+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Morton has also been considered a suspect in a series of highly publicized murders on young women in Santa Fe, New Mexico [444]
Moseley, Winston 1963–1964 3 3 Died in prison Necrophile who sexually assaulted and murdered three women, including Kitty Genovese [445]
Mosley, Eddie 1973–1987 8 16+ Died in prison Raped and murdered numerous young girls and women in and around Fort Lauderdale, Florida [446]
Muhammad, John Allen 2002 7 17 Executed 2009 With accomplice Lee Boyd Malvo, perpetrated the D.C. sniper attacks [447]
Mullin, Herbert 1972–1973 11 13 Sentenced to life imprisonment Eligible for parole in 2021 [448]
Murphy, Donald 1979–1980 2 6+ Sentenced to 15–30 years in prison Murdered between two and at least six prostitutes in Detroit; another man was wrongfully suspected of three murders [449]
Nance, Wayne 1974–1986 0 5+ Killed by intended victim Known as “The Missoula Mauler” [450][451]
Nardello, Antonio 1884–1885 3 3 Executed 1886 Italian laborer who robbed and murdered other laborers in Maryland and Washington, D.C. [452]
Naso, Joseph 1977–1994 6 10 Sentenced to death Murdered six women in California; suspect in the Alphabet murders [453]
Neelley, Alvin 1982 2 2 Died in prison Committed murders with wife Judith Neelley [454]
Neelley, Judith 1982 2 2 Sentenced to death; commuted to life imprisonment Committed murders with husband Alvin Neelley
Nelson, Earle 1926–1927 22 22+ Executed 1928 Known as “The Gorilla Man”. Executed for a murder he committed in Canada. [455]
Newman, Allan Patterson 1991–1992 4 4 Died in prison Murdered carjacking victims during a three-state crime spree [456]
Ng, Charles 1983–1985 11 25 Sentenced to death Along with accomplice Leonard Lake, they are also known as “The Operation Miranda Killers” [379][380][381][382][457]
Nixon, Robert 1937–1938 3 5 Executed 1939 Known as the “Brick Moron”; confessed to five murders and multiple assaults in Los Angeles and Illinois; Nixon served, in part, as the basis of the character of Bigger Thomas in Richard Wright’s 1940 social protest novel Native Son
Noe, Marie 1949–1968 8 8 Sentenced to 20 years probation in 1998 Pennsylvania woman who murdered eight of her children; two others died of natural causes [458]
Norris, Roy 1979 5 5 Died in prison With accomplice Lawrence Bittaker known as “Tool Box Killers” [50]
Northcott, Gordon Stewart 1926–1928 3 20 Executed 1930 Convicted of sexually assaulting and murdering three young boys in Wineville, California in what become known as the Wineville Chicken Coop murders; his mother, Sarah Louise Northcott, was implicated as an accomplice [459]
Ocampo, Itzcoatl 2011–2012 6 6 Committed suicide before trial Former marine suspected of killing six people around Orange County, California [460]
O’Dell, Diane 1982–1985 3 4 Sentenced to life imprisonment Sullivan County, New York woman who murdered her illegitimate infants by asphyxiation [461]
Pace, Lyndon Fitzgerald 1988–1989 4 5 Sentenced to death Robbed and murdered elderly women primarily in Atlanta’s Vine City neighborhood. In 1990, he robbed the apartment of Coretta Scott King [462]
Panzram, Carl 1920–1929 5 22 Executed 1930 Murderer, rapist, and arsonist; convicted of two murders, but confessed to 19 others [463]
Pardo, Manuel 1986 9 9 Executed 2012 South Florida former police officer who acted in partnership with Rolando Garcia; the two claimed to be ridding the world of drug dealers [464]
Parker, Gerald 1978–1978 6 6 Sentenced to death Known as “The Bedroom Basher”; Orange County, California man who raped and murdered five women. Parker was not identified until 1996 [465]
Paster, James 1980–1981 3 5 Executed 1989 Along with his accomplice, Stephen McCoy, the pair murdered three people in the Houston Area. Paster confessed to two other murders for which he was never tried. [466]
Peete, Louise 1913–1944 3 3+ Executed 1947 Convicted of murdering a man and woman decades apart; four other acquaintances died suspiciously and four husbands committed suicide [467]
Pennell, Steven Brian 1987–1988 2 5 Executed 1992 Known as “The Route 40 Killer”; abducted and murdered women from Route 40 in Delaware [468]
Perkins, Reginald 1980–2000 3 6 Executed 2009 Murdered his stepmother in 2000 and two other women in Fort Worth in 1991. He also confessed to murdering another woman in Ohio in 1980 and is linked to two other murders in Cleveland. [469]
Perry, Donna 1990 3 3+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Formerly known as Douglas Perry prior to 2000 gender transition, which the prosecution claimed was an attempt to avoid suspicion [470]
Peterson, Christopher 1990 4 7 Sentenced to death; commuted to 120 years imprisonment Known as “The Shotgun Killer” [471]
Pierce, William 1970–1971 9 9+ Died in prison One of his victims was the daughter of a South Carolina state senator [472]
Piper, Thomas W. 1873–1875 2 2+ Executed 1876 Known as “The Boston Belfry Murderer” [473]
Player, Michael 1986 10 10 Committed suicide to avoid apprehension Known as “The Skid Row Slayer” [474]
Pomeroy, Jesse 1874 2 9 Died in prison Known as “The Boy Torturer”. 14-year-old Massachusetts boy who killed two younger children. Youngest person in the history of Massachusetts to be convicted of murder [475]
Pough, James Edward 1971–1990 12 12 Committed suicide to avoid apprehension Killed a friend in 1971, then went on a shooting rampage in 1990 [476]
Powers, Harry 1931 5 5+ Executed 1932 Known as “The West Virginia Bluebeard”; Dutch immigrant who lured victims through “lonely hearts” advertisements, murdering them for their money [477]
Presley, Aeman 2014 4 4 Sentenced to life imprisonment Shot and killed people in DeKalb and Fulton Counties, Georgia during robberies [478]
Price, Craig 1987–1989 4 4 Incarcerated Convicted as a minor; given an additional 10–25 year sentence for assaulting a corrections officer in prison [479]
Priest, Martin 1980–1985 2 5 Sentenced to life imprisonment Convicted of murdering a young girl and one man in both Missouri and Kansas; acquitted, but still main suspect, in three other deaths [480]
Prieto, Alfredo 1988–1990 9 9 Executed 2015 Attacked mainly couples in Virginia and California, shooting them both after raping the women [481]
Prince Jr., Cleophus 1990 6 6 Sentenced to death Known as “The Clairemont Killer”; raped and murdered women in San Diego County, California [482]
Pruett, Marion Albert 1981 5 5 Executed 1999 Committed his crimes while in the United States Federal Witness Protection Program [483]
Pruitt, Pleasant 1888–1902 3 3 Committed suicide to avoid apprehension Murdered his three wives in Indiana [484]
Puente, Dorothea 1982–1988 9 15 Died in prison Murdered elderly and mentally disabled boarders in Sacramento, California before cashing their Social Security checks; convicted of three killings, suspected of six others [485]
Queho 1909?-1919 13 23 Died while a fugitive First Nevadan serial killer, found dead in cave 5 miles upriver from El Dorado Canyon. Cause of death uncertain. [486]
Rader, Dennis 1974–1991 10 10 Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The BTK Killer” [487]
Ralston, Larry 1975–1977 4 5+ Sentenced to death; commuted to life imprisonment Abducted young women and teenage girls in Ohio [488]
Ramirez, Richard 1984–1985 15 15 Died in prison awaiting execution Known as “The Night Stalker” [489]
Ranes, Danny 1972 4 4 Died in prison Kidnapped, raped and murdered women around Kalamazoo, Michigan with teenage accomplice Brent Koster [490][491]
Ranes, Larry 1964 1 5 Sentenced to life imprisonment Robbed and murdered up to five men across four states [492][493]
Rardon, Gary 1962–1974 4 4 Released in 2020 Murdered a man who he was hitchhiked with, then murdered three more men in a 4-day spree [494]
Rasmussen, Terry Peder 1978–2002 6 6+ Died in prison Known as “The Chameleon Killer”; main suspect in the Bear Brook murders, as well as other murders [495]
Ray, Clifton 1987–1994 3 6+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Responsible for the murders of three women in Kansas City, Missouri [496]
Red Dog, James Allen 1973–1991 5 5 Executed 1993 Killed four people personally; also provided a prison gang with a lethal dose of drugs so they could kill another inmate [497]
Reed, Todd Alan 1999 3 5 Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The Forest Park Killer”; sex offender who raped and strangled three homeless women in Portland, Oregon [498]
Rees, Melvin 1957–1959 5 9+ Died in prison Known as “The Sex Beast” [11] [unreliable source?]
Reeves, Jack 1967–1994 4 4 Sentenced to 99 years in prison Killed his three wives after they planned to leave him; also killed a man while stationed in Italy [499]
Reid, Billy Edwin 1989 2 2+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Reid is also a prime suspect for “The Denver Prostitute Killer” [500][501]
Reid, Paul Dennis 1997 7 7 Died in prison awaiting execution Known as “The Fast Food Killer” [502]
Rembert, Robert 1997–2015 5 5+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Truck driver who killed people across Ohio [503]
Reséndiz, Ángel Maturino 1986–1999 10 16 Executed 2006 Known as “The Railroad/Railway/Railcar Killer”; truck driver who converted the sleeper cab of his truck into a torture chamber where he kept women, torturing and sexually assaulting them, before killing them [504]
Respus, Asbury 1900s–1931 2 8+ Executed 1932 Serial killer active in North Carolina with no particular victim profile; victims’ ages ranged from 8 to 80, both male and female, and both white and black; claimed that mental health episodes prompted him to commit random murders [505]
Rhoades, Paul Ezra 1987 3 7+ Executed 2011 Drug addict who killed clerks during robberies in Idaho; suspected of similar murders in Utah and Wyoming [506]
Rhoades, Robert Ben 1975–1990 3 50+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The Truck Stop Killer” [507]
Rich, Darrell Keith 1978 4 4 Executed 2000 Known as “The Hilltop Rapist”; preyed on young women and girls in Redding, California [508]
Richards, Stephen Dee 1876–1878 9 9+ Executed 1879 Known as “The Nebraska Fiend”, Richards murdered nine people including a mother and her children. Suspected of additional murders [509]
Richmond, Earl 1991 4 4 Executed 2005 Ex-Sergeant who raped and murdered four women in New Jersey and North Carolina [510]
Ridgway, Gary 1982–1998 49 90+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The Green River Killer” [511]
Rifkin, Joel 1989–1993 9 17+ Incarcerated for 203 years to life Mostly preyed on sex workers in New York City and Long Island [512]
Rissell, Montie 1976–1977 5 5 Sentenced to life imprisonment Raped and murdered women in Alexandria, Virginia [96]
Ritchie, James Dale 2016 5 5+ Killed by police during apprehension Known as “The Anchorage Serial Killer” [513]
Rivera, Reinaldo 1999–2000 4 4 Sentenced to death Abducted, raped and killed women in the Augusta metropolitan area [514]
Robinson, Alonzo 1926–1934 2 6 Executed 1935 Grave robber and cannibal convicted of a double murder; also suspected of murdering four women [515]
Robinson, Harvey Miguel 1992–1993 3 3 Sentenced to death Teenager who stalked, raped and killed women in Allentown, Pennsylvania [516]
Robinson, John Edward 1984–1999 8 8+ Sentenced to death Sometimes referred to as “The Internet’s first serial killer” [517]
Robinson, Sarah Jane 1881–1886 8 11 Died in prison Known as “The Boston Borgia”; Irish-born poisoner who murdered family members and associates for profit in Massachusetts with the aid of accomplices Thomas R. Smith and Dr. Charles C. Beers [518]
Roche, John Francis 1953–1954 4 6 Executed 1956 Active primarily in the Yorkville neighborhood of Manhattan [519]
Rodriguez, Antonio 2010 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The Kensington Strangler”; raped and killed drug-addicted women in Kensington, Philadelphia [520]
Rodriguez, Robert Neal 1984–1992 3 3 Committed suicide while a fugitive Former police officer [521]
Rogers, Dayton Leroy 1983–1987 7 8+ Sentenced to death Known as “The Molalla Forest Killer”; raped and murdered sex workers in Oregon [522]
Rogers, Glen Edward 1993–1995 4 5 Sentenced to death Death sentence currently under appeal [523]
Rolling, Danny 1989–1990 8 8 Executed 2006 Pleaded guilty to murdering five students in Gainesville, Florida [524]
Ross, Michael Bruce 1981–1984 8 8+ Executed 2005 Known as “The Roadside Strangler” [525]
Roye, Norman 1953–1954 3 3 Executed 1956 Known as “The Dreaded Strangler”; Manhattan youth who murdered women during home invasions [526]
Rozier, Robert 1981–1986 4 7 Serving 25 years to life on a conviction for check kiting under a third strike law Former NFL player; sentenced to 22 years for murder after agreeing to testify against Yahweh ben Yahweh’s organization [527]
Rulloff, Edward H. 1844–1870 3 5 Executed 1871 Known as “The Genius Killer”; Canadian-born doctor, lawyer, schoolmaster, photographer, inventor, carpet designer, phrenologist, philologist and career criminal active in New York. Rulloff’s brain is said to be the second largest brain on record and is on display at the Wilder Brain Collection in the psychology department of Cornell University [528][529]
Runge, Paul 1995–1997 7 8+ Sentenced to death; commuted to life imprisonment Sexually assaulted and murdered women and one girl in Cook and DuPage counties in Illinois [530]
Russell, George Waterfield 1990 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The Charmer”; raped and murdered women in Seatte suburbs, mutilating and having sex with the corpses afterwards [531]
Rutterschmidt, Olga 1999–2005 2 2 Sentenced to life imprisonment without parole Killed vagrants with her partner-in-crime, Helen Golay [532]
Saenz, Kimberly Clark 2008 5 10+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Killed five patients by injecting bleach into their dialysis lines [533]
Saldivar, Efren 1988–1998 6 50+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Respiratory therapist who murdered his patients at Adventist Health Glendale
Samartaney, Malik 1991–2019 3 6 Sentenced to 41 years in prison Killed one of his friends, his son, and his daughter [534]
Sanchez, Altemio 1990–2006 3 3+ Sentenced to 75 years to life Known as “The Bike Path Rapist”; responsible for three murders and numerous rapes spanning a 25-year period in Buffalo, New York [535][536][537]
Santo, Anthony 1908 3 3 Supposedly died while incarcerated at Taunton Lunatic Asylum Juvenile who murdered two cousins and a girl during “mad spells” [538]
Sapp, William 1992–1993 3 3+ Sentenced to death Rapist who murdered women and children around Springfield, Ohio [539]
Schaefer, Gerard John 1969–1973 2 34 Murdered in prison by fellow inmate Vincent Rivera Imprisoned in 1973 for the murders of two women while he was a sheriff’s deputy in Martin County, Florida [540]
Schmid, Charles 1964 3 4 Murdered in prison by unknown assailants Known as “The Pied Piper of Tucson”; murdered three teenage girls in Arizona with the aid of local teenagers [541]
Schmidt, Helmuth 1913–1917 1 4+ Committed suicide in prison German-born bigamist known as “The American Bluebeard” [542]
Seda, Heriberto 1990–1993 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment New York City copycat of the Zodiac Killer; selected his victims based on their astrological signs [543]
Segundo, Juan 1986–1995 4 4+ Sentenced to death Raped and killed young girls and women in the Fort Worth area [544]
Sells, Tommy Lynn 1980–1999 6 22+ Executed 2014 Confessed to murdering dozens of people, possibly in excess of 70, only six are confirmed [545][546]
Severance, Charles 2003–2014 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment Murdered elderly residents in Alexandria, Virginia out of hatred for the rich [547]
Sharp, Michael Eugene 1982 3 5+ Executed 1997 Abducted, raped and killed women and children across West Texas [548]
Shaw, Sebastian 1991–1992 3 13 Died in prison Murdered victims selected at random in Portland, Oregon; confessed to additional murders, including one in California [549]
Shawcross, Arthur 1972–1989 12 14 Died in prison Known as “The Genesee River Killer” [550]
Sherman, Lydia 1863–1877 12 12 Died in prison Known as “The Derby Poisoner”; poisoned eight children in her care, six of which were her own, and her three husbands in Connecticut and Rhode Island [551]
Shermantine, Wesley 1984–1999 4 19 Sentenced to death Along with accompliace Loren Herzog, known as “The Speed Freak Killers” [552]
Shore, Anthony Allen 1986–1995 4 4+ Executed 2018 Known as “The Tourniquet Killer”; murdered three young girls and a young woman in Texas [553][554]
Shulman, Robert 1991–1996 5 5 Died in prison Preyed on sex workers in New York [555]
Siebert, Daniel Lee 1979–1986 10 13 Died in prison awaiting execution Killed nine people across America in three months; responsible for at least one of the Southside Slayer murders [556] [unreliable source?]

[557]

Silveria Jr., Robert Joseph 1981–1996 9 14+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The Boxcar Killer”; alleged member of Freight Train Riders of America [558][559]
Simmons, Beoria 1981–1983 3 3 Sentenced to death; commuted to life imprisonment Preyed on women and teenage girls in Jefferson County, Kentucky [560]
Simon, J.C.X. 1973–1974 15 73+ Died in prison Part of “The Death Angels” cult responsible for the Zebra murders [126]
Sims, Ray Dell 1974–1977 5 5+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Raped and strangled teenage girls in Fresno [561]
Sinclair, Charles T. 1980–1990 13 13+ Died in prison Known as “The Coin Shop Killer”; targed coin shop owners in order to rob them of valuable coin collections [562]
Smith, Gayno 1961–1962 6 6 Died in prison Killed six family members in Iowa [563]
Smith, Lemuel 1958–1981 5 6 Sentenced to death; commuted to life First convict to kill an on-duty female corrections officer [564]
Smith, Mark Alan 1969–1970 4 12+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Convicted of killing at least four women in Illinois and Arkansas; claimed in his book to have murdered eight women while stationed in Germany [565]
Smith, William Scott 1981–1984 4 4+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Kidnapped, raped and strangled women in Salem, Oregon [566]
Snyder, Leroy 1969 7 7 Died in prison Active in Camden, New Jersey in a period of eight months. [567]
Solomon Jr., Morris 1986–1987 6 7 Sentenced to death Known as “The Sacramento Slayer” [568]
Soper, Edward Bates 1880–1897 5 5 Executed 1899 Killed his father, wife and two children in Missouri in separate incidents; fled to Oregon, where he killed another young child before his capture [569]
Southard, Lyda 1915–1920 6 6 Released in 1941 Known as “Flypaper Lyda”; serial poisoner who killed four husbands, a young daughter and a brother-in-law [570]
Sowell, Anthony 2007–2009 11 11 Died in prison awaiting execution Known as “The Cleveland Strangler” and “The Imperial Avenue Murderer” [571]
Spangler, Robert 1978–1993 4 4 Died in prison Murdered who murdered members of his own family in Colorado and Arizona [572]
Spencer, Timothy Wilson 1984–1988 5 5 Executed 1994 Known as “The Southside Strangler” [573]
Spillman, Jack Owen 1994–1995 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The Werewolf Butcher” [574]
Spisak, Frank 1982 3 3 Executed 2011 Neo-Nazi sympathizer who shot people during a racist and anti-Semitic shooting spree at Cleveland State University [575]
Spreitzer, Edward 1981–1982 18 18 Sentenced to life imprisonment Member of the satanic cult and organized crime group known as “The Ripper Crew” or “The Chicago Rippers” [225][226]
Stafford, Roger Dale 1974–1978 9 34 Executed 1995 His wife implicated him in 34 different murders in seven different states [576]
Stanley, Gerald Frank 1975–1980 2 2+ Sentenced to death After being paroled for murdering his first wife in 1975, he married twice more, murdering both [577]
Stano, Gerald 1969–1980 22 41+ Executed 1998 Guilt has been questioned [578]
Stayner, Cary 1999 4 4 Sentenced to death Brother of kidnap victim Steven Stayner; murdered women in and around Yosemite National Park [579][580]
Stephani, Paul Michael 1980–1982 3 3 Died in prison Known as “The Weepy-Voiced Killer” due to a series of telephone calls he made to police, anonymously reporting his crimes in a remorseful and high-pitched voice; active in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul area [581][582]
Stevens, Charles 1989 4 4 Sentenced to death Murdered four people from April to July 1989 on California Interstate-580 [583]
Stickles, Martin 1899–1900 3 3 Executed 1901 Known as “The Kelso Killer”; murdered three people during robberies in Cowlitz County, Washington [584]
Stokes, Winford 1969–1978 3 3 Executed 1990 Career criminal and prison escapee who murdered people in St. Louis [585]
Strong, Preston 2005–2007 7 7 Sentenced to death Was sentenced to life in prison for the 2007 murder of a doctor during a home robbery; was later found guilty of the murder of a family of six during a robbery from 2005 [586]
Suff, William 1974–1992 12 22 Sentenced to death Known as “The Riverside Prostitute Killer” [587]
Sully, Anthony 1983 6 6 Sentenced to death Ex-policeman who tortured and killed prostitutes and drug dealers at his Burlingame warehouse [588]
Sumpter, Michael 1969–1973 3 3 Died in 2001 Raped and murdered women in the Boston area, including Jane Britton [589]
Sutton, Nicholas Todd 1979–1985 4 4 Executed 2020 Killed two friends and his grandmother during money and drug-related disputes; later stabbed to death a prison inmate [590]
Swango, Michael 1981–1997 4 60 Sentenced to life imprisonment Physician and surgeon who poisoned patients and colleagues in the US and Zimbabwe [591]
Swann, James 1993 4 4 Found not guilty by reason of insanity and confined to Saint Elizabeths Hospital Known as “The Shotgun Stalker”; responsible for random drive-by shotgun shootings in Washington, D.C. [592]
Taborsky, Joseph “Mad Dog” 1950–1957 7 7 Executed 1960 Only convict to be sentenced to death twice for different crimes [593]
Taylor, Kevin 2001 4 4 Sentenced to life imprisonment Preyed on sex workers in Southside Chicago [594]
Terry, Charles E. 1951–1963 1 4+ Died in prison Suspected of committing some of the Boston Strangler murders [595]
Terry, Michael 1985–1986 6 6 Sentenced to life imprisonment Murdered six men in Atlanta, Georgia in a 10-month period [596]
Tholmer, Brandon 1981–1983 12 34 Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The West Side Rapist”; preyed on elderly women in Westside, Los Angeles County [597]
Thomas Jr., John Floyd 1972–1986 7 15+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The Southland Strangler” and “The Westside Rapist” [598][599][600]
Thompson, William Paul 1983–1984 3 6 Executed 1989 Career criminal who killed people in California and Nevada; confessed to three additional murders in other states [601]
Tinning, Marybeth 1972–1985 2 9 Sentenced to 20 years to life, released on August 21, 2018 New York woman who murdered her children [602]
Toole, Ottis 1976–1983 6 6+ Died in prison Accomplice of Henry Lee Lucas; claimed to have murdered Adam Walsh [603]
Toppan, Jane 1895–1901 12 31+ Found not guilty by reason of insanity and committed for life to the Taunton State Hospital Known as “Jolly Jane”; nurse who poisoned both patients and family members in Massachusetts [604]
Torrence, Michael 1987 3 3 Executed 1996 Robbed and killed two men with his brother and his wife; later killed a prostitute in Charleston during an argument [605]
Travis, Maury 2000–2002 2 17+ Committed suicide awaiting trial Suspected of kidnapping, torturing and killing women at his home in Ferguson, Missouri [606]
Turner, Chester 1987–1998 15 16 Sentenced to death Convicted of murdering ten women and a viable unborn baby in South Los Angeles [607]
Urdiales, Andrew 1986–1996 8 8 Committed suicide in prison Murdered woman in Indiana, Illinois and California [608]
Vann, Darren Deon 2013–2014 7 7+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Indiana murderer who killed seven women; five of which were found in abandoned structures in the city of Gary [609][610][611]
Vermilya, Louise 1893–1911 9 9 Died in 1913 Charges dismissed
Walker, Anthony Guy 1975–1986 6 6+ Sentenced to life imprisonment Career criminal who murdered mainly across Lenawee County, Michigan [612]
Wallace, Henry Louis 1990–1994 11 11 Sentenced to death Known as “The Taco Bell Strangler”; preyed on women in and around Charlotte, North Carolina [613]
Walton, Edward 1896–1908 5 5 Executed 1908 Confessed to murdering five people across five states [614]
Walls, Frank Athen 1985–1987 5 5 Sentenced to death Confessed to murdering five people across Ocean City, Florida [615]
Ward, Ronald James 2000 4 4+ Died in prison Murdered at least three women and one man in three states, in the span of four months [616]
Wardrip, Faryion 1984–1986 5 5 Sentenced to death Death sentence currently under appeal [617]
Warren, Edward Delon 1976–1979 3 3 Died in prison Murdered a couple in Brookings, Oregon; later linked via DNA to an unsolved murder in Portland [618]
Watson, Alexander Wayne 1986–1994 4 4 Sentenced to life imprisonment Raped, stabbed and strangled women in two Maryland counties [619]
Watts, Carl Eugene 1974–1982 22 100 Died in prison Known as “The Sunday Morning Slasher” [620]
Werner, Karl F. 1969–1971 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment Murdered teenage girls in Santa Clara County, California
Wheeler-Weaver, Khalil 2016 3 4 Sentenced to 160 years in prison Killed women he met through dating apps in Orange, New Jersey [621][622]
Whisenhant, Thomas Warren 1963–1976 4 4+ Executed 2010 Kidnapped and murdered female clerks from convenience stores in Mobile County, Alabama [623]
White, Larry Lamont 1983 3 3 Sentenced to death Shot and killed women in Louisville, Kentucky during apparent robberies [624]
White, Nathaniel 1991–1992 6 6 Sentenced to 150 years to life in prison Confessed to bludgeoning and stabbing six women to death in Hudson Valley, New York while on parole [625]
Whiteling, Sarah 1888 3 3 Executed 1889 Known as “The Wholesale Poisoner” [626]
Whitten, Hattie 1900–1902 3 3 Committed suicide before trial Maine woman who poisoned her husband and two children [627]
Wickline, William 1979–1982 3 3+ Executed 2004 Known as “The Butcher”; drug addict who killed people in West Virginia and Ohio, dismembering and beheading their bodies post-mortem [628]
Wilder, Christopher 1984 8 15 Killed by police during apprehension Known as “The Beauty Queen Killer”; Australian man who abducted and murdered women across the USA [629]
Wiley, Nicholas 2004 3 7 Sentenced to life imprisonment Known as “The Syracuse Serial Killer”; sex offender who confessed to killing seven people in Syracuse, New York [630]
Williams, Dorothy 1987–1989 3 3 Died in prison Robbed and killed elderly people to support her heroin addiction [631]
Williams, Kenneth Dewayne 1998–1999 4 4 Executed 2017 Killed two people on the same day, then killed two more people after escaping from prison [632]
Williams, Laron 1977–1981 3 5+ Killed by fellow death row inmates Strangled a prostitute in Nashville, Tennessee; later escaped from prison, murdering a police officer and priest; suspect in other murders across several states [633]
Williams, Leslie Allen 1991–1992 4 4 Sentenced to life imprisonment Necrophile who killed and raped at least four women in Michigan while on parole for rape from 1991 to 1992. [634]
Williams, Scott 1997–2006 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment Killed women in Charlotte and Monroe, North Carolina [635]
Williams, Wayne 1979–1981 2 23 Sentenced to life imprisonment Has maintained his innocence from the beginning and conviction is considered controversial [636]
Williamson, Thomas Andrew 1868–1890 4 4 Executed 1891 Murdered four people in Illinois and Missouri, including his wife [637]
Willie, Robert Lee 1978–1980 3 5 Executed 1984 Murdered at least three people in Louisiana [638]
Wimberly, Anthony 1984–1985 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment Murdered three women in Oakland during a crime spree [639]
Winters, Shirley 1980–2006 2 7 Sentenced to eight to 25 years Arsonist who smothered her children; suspected of killing siblings since childhood [640]
Wise, Martha 1924–1925 3 3 Died in prison Poisoned 17 members of her own family [641]
Wood, Cathy 1987 5 6 Incarcerated 20–40 years Accomplice of Gwendolyn Graham; nurse’s aide that preyed on elderly women in a Walker, Michigan nursing home. Released on January 16, 2020 [249][250]
Wood, David Leonard 1987 6 9 Sentenced to death Known as “The Desert Killer”; raped and murdered young girls and women in El Paso, Texas, burying their bodies in the desert afterwards [642]
Wood, Frederick Charles 1926–1960 5 5 Executed 1963 Violent habitual criminal who killed people in various New York cities, starting at age 14 [643]
Wood, Isaac L. 1855 3 3 Executed 1858 Poisoned his wife, brother and sister-in-law for monetary purposes [644]
Woodfield, Randall 1979–1981 18 44 Sentenced to life imprisonment plus 165 years Known as “The I-5 Killer” and “The I-5 Bandit” [645]
Wooten, Charles 1969–1993 3 3 Sentenced to life imprisonment Killed two gas station attendants in Fort Worth during robberies; paroled, and later killed his father during an argument [646]
Wright, Douglas Franklin 1969–1991 7 7+ Executed 1996 First criminal executed by lethal injection in Oregon [647]
Wuornos, Aileen 1989–1990 7 7 Executed 2002 Known as the “Damsel of Death”; shot seven men to death in Florida between 1989 and 1990 [648]
Yates, Robert Lee 1975–1998 13 18+ Sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment Targeted women in and around Spokane, Washington [649]
Zarinsky, Robert 1958–1974 2 10 Died in prison Preyed on teenage girls in New Jersey [650]

Unidentified serial killers

This is a list of unidentified serial killers who committed crimes within the United States.

Name Years active Proven victims Possible victims Region where active Notes Ref
Alphabet murders 1971–1973 3 3 NY Also known as the “Double Initial Murders”; murders of three young girls in the Rochester, New York area in the early 1970s [651]
Ann Arbor Hospital murders 1975 10 10 MI Poisonings of 10 patients at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in 1975. Two nurses, Filipina Narciso and Leonora Perez, were convicted but a new trial was ordered because of prosecutorial misconduct. The prosecution chose to drop the charges rather than retry. [652][653]
Atlanta child murders 1979–1981 28 30 GA A series of murders committed in Atlanta, Georgia, between July 1979 and May 1981. Over the two-year period, at least 28 children, adolescents, and adults were killed.
Atlanta Lover’s Lane Murders 1977 3 3 GA A series of unsolved shootings on couples in Atlanta from January to March 1977
Atlanta Ripper 1911 15 15–21 GA Mystery murderer(s) of 15 Atlanta women in 1911 [654]
Axeman of New Orleans 1918–1919 6 6 LA Responsible for the deaths of six or seven people in New Orleans and the surrounding areas from 1918 to 1919 [655]
Bag murders 1975–1977 6 6 NY Murders and dismemberment of gay men in Lower Manhattan, whose body parts were wrapped in garbage bags and thrown into the Hudson River; convicted murderer Paul Bateson was a prime suspect in the killings, but never charged [656]
Bigfoot Killer 1975 7 7 MI Raped and murdered sex workers in Detroit; nicknamed derived from the suspect’s large hands and feet [657]
Boston Strangler 1962–1964 13 13 MA 1960s deaths of 13 women (five young, eight older), mostly with their own stockings as ligature. Albert DeSalvo confessed to the murders, but was never indicted; DNA evidence tested in 2013 suggested his guilt in one of the cases [658]
Castration serial murders 1980–1986 2 5+ WY, PA, UT, GA, CT Series of murders of men who were shot in the back of the head and then castrated post-mortem [659]
Charlie Chop-off 1972–1974 4 4 NY Murders of five boys in Manhattan in 1972 and 1973. A mental patient confessed to one slashing death. Four stabbings also involving mutilation remain unsolved [660]
Chicago Strangler 2001–2021 55 75+ IL Raped and strangled predominantly African-American prostitutes and other vulnerable women in Chicago; could possibly be multiple serial killers [661]
Cincinnati Strangler 1965–1966 7 7 OH Raped and strangled seven mostly elderly women in Cincinnati, Ohio between 1965 and 1966; Cab driver Posteal Laskey, Jr. is commonly believed to be culprit [662]
Cleveland Torso Murderer 1935–1938 12 40+ OH Also known as the “Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run”; responsible for 12–13 murders in the Cleveland, Ohio area in the 1930s [663]
Colonial Parkway Killer 1986–1989 8 8 VA Believed to have murdered at least eight people in Virginia between 1986 and 1989; left three couples dead and one couple missing and presumed dead [664][665]
Connecticut River Valley Killer 1978–1987 7 7+ MA, NH, VT Stabbed at least six women to death in New England in the 1980s, severely injured one [666]
Cumminsville murders 1904–1910 5 5 OH Series of brutal murders and mutilations of women in the Cincinnati neighborhood of South Cumminsville [667]
Dayton Strangler 1900–1909 6 6 OH Murdered five women and one man in Dayton, Ohio in the early 20th-century; one man was wrongfully convicted for the murders [668]
Denver Prostitute Killer 1975–1995 17 27 CO Abducted, raped and strangled young girls and women around Denver and its various suburbs [669]
Denver Strangler 1894–1903 3 5 CO Strangled three prostitutes in Denver in 10 weeks; also thought to be responsible in two more murders [670]
Doodler 1974–1975 6 16 CA Sketched then stabbed to death gay men in San Francisco, California in the 1970s [671]
Dr. No 1981–2004 9 9+ OH, IL, NY, PA Suspected of raping and strangling prostitutes alongside the Interstate 71; his first suspected victim is Marcia King, who was identified in 2018. Samuel Legg III, a trucker, has been arrested and charged but thus far (as of 2020) is incompetent to stand trial. He is receiving psychiatric treatment while they try to restore competency. [672][673]
Eastbound Strangler 2006 4 4 NJ Murdered four women near Atlantic City, New Jersey in 2006. [674][675]
Edgecombe County serial killer 2000s 9 10 NC Murders of nine women and disappearance of another since 2005 around Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Antwan Pittman has been convicted in one case [676]
Flat-Tire murders 1975–1976 12 35 FL Killed young girls and women in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties by offering help with fixing their car tires, before he sexually assaulted them and drowned them in canals [677]
Flint Serial Slasher 2009–2010 5 5 MI, OH, VA Stabbing attacks against mostly small-framed African-American men, with the main area being Flint, Michigan; an Israeli national, Elias Abuelazam, has been convicted in one of the murders and remains the prime suspect in the other four [678]
Frankford Slasher 1985–1990 8 9 PA Allegedly responsible for nine murders in the Frankford neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Leonard Christopher was convicted of one murder; another murder was committed in same style while he was incarcerated; believed to still be at large [679][680]
Freeway Phantom 1971–1972 6 6 DC Raped and strangled six young women and girls in Washington, D.C. in the early 1970s, dumping their bodies by freeways [681]
Gypsy Hill killings 1976 5 5+ CA Known as the “San Mateo slasher”; five unsolved killings, of young women in San Mateo County, California during early 1976; in 2014, the FBI named Rodney Halbower as a person of interest in the Gypsy Hill killings; as of 2018[update], he has been convicted in two of the murders [682][683]
Hog Trail Murders 1993–1996 6 12 FL Mutilated bodies of young men found in Charlotte County, Florida; thought to be linked to Daniel Conahan, who was charged and convicted of one of the murders [684]
Honolulu Strangler 1985–1986 5 5 HI Raped and strangled five young women in Hawaii in 1985 and 1986 [685][686]
I-45 Killer 1980 0 4+ TX Strangled four known victims in 1980 and sexually assaulted some. Two of the four women have never been identified. [687]
I-70 killer 1992–2001 6 9 IN, MO, KS
TX (suspected)
Killed and robbed six store clerks around the Midwestern United States [688]
I-70 Strangler 1980–1991 12 12 IN, OH Killed gay men and dumped their bodies near I-70; suspected serial killer Herb Baumeister is considered the prime suspect in the case [689]
Jeff Davis 8 2005–2009 8 8 LA The bodies of eight women were found in swamps and canals surrounding Jennings, Louisiana. Originally thought to be a serial killer, but multiple suspects may be involved [690][691]
Laredo serial killer 2018 4 4 TX Shot four sex workers in Webb County, Texas and attempted to kill a fifth woman. Border Patrol agent Juan David Ortiz was arrested for all four murders and is currently awaiting trial. [692]
Little Rock serial stabbings 2020–2021 3 3 AR Random stabbing murders against strangers that occurred in Little Rock, Arkansas [693]
Long Island serial killer 1996–2010 10 17 NY Suspected of killing eight women, a man and a child since 1996 and dumping their bodies along remote beaches in Suffolk and Nassau County, New York. The killer has been referred to as the Gilgo Beach killer because of the location where the first bodies were found [694][695][696]
The Man from the Train 1900–1912 0 40+ USA Probably Paul Mueller. Killed whole families in their sleep, from the east coast to the west, arriving and departing by train. Existence (and probable but not proven identity) discovered over 100 years after the murders, by analysis of contemporary records, showing a markedly common modus operandi for many previously unconnected crimes. [697][698][699][700]
Maryvale serial shooter 2015–2016 9 9 AZ Attacked at night from a car using a handgun, killing seven people and injuring two between August 2015 and July 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona; Aaron Saucedo was arrested for all murders in 2017 and is awaiting trial [701][702]
Michigan Murders 1967–1969 1 7 MI Raped, stabbed, and strangled young women between the ages of 13 and 21 in the Washtenaw County area of Michigan. John Norman Collins was convicted of the last murder in the series and strongly suspected to be responsible for all seven murders attributed to the same perpetrator. [703]
New Bedford Highway Killer 1988–1989 9 11 MA Murders of nine women and disappearance of two others between 1988 and 1989 [704]
Oakland County Child Killer 1976–1977 4 4+ MI Also known as the “Babysitter”; responsible for the murders of four or more children in Oakland County, Michigan in 1976 and 1977 [705]
Oklahoma City Butcher 1976–1986 3 3 OK Killed and mutilated 3 women in Oklahoma City between 1976 and 1986 [706]
Package Killer 1990 3 5+ MO Murders of three female sex workers between March and September 1990 [707]
Phantom Killer 1946 5 5 TX Believed to have committed the Texarkana Moonlight Murders in Texas between February 23 and May 4, 1946 [708]
Pittsburg serial murders 1998–1999 5 5 CA Single or multiple offenders who murdered one man and four women over three months in the city of Pittsburg, California [709]
1996 Raleigh murders 1996 6 6 NC Series of murders and rapes across the Raleigh, North Carolina area; multiple killers are suspected, including one who was convicted of two murders [710][711][712]
Redhead murders 1978–1992 8 11 TN, AR, KY, MS, PA, WV Series of unsolved homicides believed to have been committed by an unidentified serial killer in Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, also known as “The Bible Belt Strangler” [713][714]
Santa Rosa hitchhiker murders 1972–1973 7 7+ CA A series of at least seven unsolved homicides involving female hitchhikers that took place in Sonoma County and Santa Rosa of the North Bay area of California in 1972 and 1973 [715]
Seminole Heights serial killer 2017 4 4 FL Shot and killed four people, seemingly at random, in the Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa, Florida. On November 28, 2017, police arrested Howell Emanuel Donaldson III in connection with the killings. Donaldson is set for pre-trial hearing on August 20, 2020. [716][717]
Servant Girl Annihilator 1884–1885 8 8 TX Also known as the “Austin Axe Murderer”; responsible for at least seven murders in Austin, Texas between 1884 and 1885 [718]
Skid Row Stabber 1978–1979 11 11 CA Murdered homeless men in Los Angeles’ Skid Row neighborhood; Bobby Joe Maxwell was falsely convicted of two of the murders and accused of the rest, and died while in a coma prior to being exonerated [719]
Smiley face murder theory 1990s–2000s 0 40+ USA Theoretical serial killer(s) thought by some sources to have drowned college-aged young men across the northern part of the country since 1997; most experts suggest that the deaths were accidental [720]
Storyville Slayer 1991–1996 24 24+ LA Abducted, strangled and drowned predominantly female prostitutes around New Orleans; thought to be multiple killers [721]
Suitland murders 1986–1987 5 9 MD, DC Abducted, raped and stabbed to death women around Suitland, Maryland; convicted murderer Alton Alonso Best is considered the prime suspect [722]
Texas Killing Fields 1970s–2000s 1 30+ TX Since the early 1970s, roughly 30 bodies have been extracted from the fields, mainly consisting of young girls. Authorities suspect it might be the work of multiple offenders, among them being convicted murderer and sex offender Edward Harold Bell. As of 2021, only one of the cases has been definitely solved.
Tube Sock Killings 1985 4 6 WA Unsolved murders which occurred in the remote community of Mineral in Washington [723]
West Mesa murders 2003–2009 11 11+ NM Remains of 11 women, who disappeared between 2003 and 2005, found buried in desert in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2009 and attributed to a bone collector [724]
Zodiac Killer 1968–1974 5 37 CA
NV (possible)
Targeted young couples. Remains unsolved but open in the California jurisdictions the five certain Zodiac murders occurred. Potentially 37 total victims claimed but unverified. [725]

See also

  • List of rampage killers in the United States
  • List of mass shootings in the United States

International:

  • List of serial killers by country
  • List of serial killers by number of victims

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