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• The protagonist's neighbor, and later girlfriend, in is one of these. He finds out her secret before dating her, and being her boyfriend is the reason she hasn't killed him. • In, the Patchman's M.O. Is a burned hand print on the throat of the victim.

American Serial Killer Statistics By CountryAmerican Serial Killer Statistics By Country

Serial Killer Statistics The tables in this report are based on information from the Radford University/FGCU Serial Killer Database. The purpose of the database is to. The FBI's National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime stands ready to assist our state, local, and international partners. We believe the best way. Serial killers strike. The attendees also reflected the international nature of the serial murder problem, as there were attendees from ten different countries on five continents.

And some body parts missing (). • has Kenny the Ripper, a mentioned to have once stalked the streets of the Capitol decades prior. His killings are the stuff of legend, with one soldier wondering whether or not he actually existed.

The story goes that he slit the throats of over 100 members of the Military Police Brigade and was never caught. Levi confirms this individual did indeed exist: Kenny Ackerman was his maternal uncle, raised him, and later became a Captain in the Military Police's sinister 1st Brigade. It's later implied that many of his killings may have actually been. • One of the early villains counts. Unlike most other hollows, Shrieker is just as bad dead as he was alive. He was a serial killer in life and seemed to simply just really enjoy it. His actions as a hollow are more of the same, just much more creative with his new powers, including sealing the soul of the kid who killed him in a parrot.

Needless to say, when Ichigo appeared and ripped out his tongue before curb stomping him, it was incredibly satisfying. Being impaled and dragged to Hell was the cherry on top. • One particularly loathsome Contractor in the second season of was a serial killer before getting his powers, and while being a Contractor means, that actually made him a bit saner and more able to control himself. • In a way, Nick in the first season might qualify. He was killing people to carry out a goal, not just as an end in itself, but his involved a compulsion to untie his victim's shoes, and so he kind of fit the 'killer with a calling card' idea. • There's a ton of them in; they all eventually end up being forced to murder each other. A few are excited about that.

• Light Yagami, the protagonist of, being of the, with shades of sprinkled in there, uses the titular to anonymously. Near even lampshades this. • Misa Amane the Second Kira, and Teru Mikami the Hand of Kira, both do the same while in Light's service. • Beyond Birthday, in the spin-off • has played with this.

In the Kyoto arc, Muraki goes on a serial killing spree, partially to draw Tsuzuki's attention, and partially to try and create a Frankenstein monster styled body with which to resurrect his hated brother so he can kill him with his own hands. Did I mention this guy's a psycho? • He's also behind the serial vampire murders that constitute Tsuzuki and Hisoka's first case together (Nagasaki), and the cruise ship disappearances they investigate later, which turn out to be organ farming. This is kind of his thing. • The two IceDevimon featured in and had shades of this. • The named 'Old Cho' from: A Child's Dream psychically controlled 29 people into 'committing suicide' all within three years, so he can take one possession of theirs as a trophy. • Lucy, the protagonist of has killed people, ranging from having a place to eat and sleep for a couple of nights to.

She's a disturbing combination of Visionary as she's led by her DNA Voice to kill and Hedonistic due to her numerous fits of glee and laughter as she butchers people. The news reports even label her as such. • The main plot of follows Satoru Fujinuma as he's. The serial killer in question turns out to be Satoru's fifth-grade teacher, Yashiro Gaku, who appears to be in the hedonistic camp, killing children for his own sick pleasure. • One early chapter of has Fran being brought on as a consultant for a serial killer case where the killer dumps severed body parts all over town (that, according to DNA tests, all come from the same person, despite the fact that this should be impossible.) Eventually subverted, as there is no killer. All the body parts indeed come from one person.

Who is suffering from a massively hyperactive malignant cancer that causes her to sprout entire extra body parts and organs, and the ones leaving the body parts everywhere are most likely her parents, who were cutting them off of her. •: • Barry the Chopper is a serial killer even after his death. That said, the images of his backstory are rather unnerving, and the only reason he stops killing is because of his involvement with the various conspiracies. • This series also gives us The Slicer, who (like Barry) is, created to guard Lab 5 following the execution.

• Scar is of a different (and often overlooked) variety. He only targets state alchemists with the motivation of revenge for the massacre of his people. This makes him a 'mission-oriented' serial killer. He becomes more of a sympathetic and then over time. • In, Barry the Chopper was encountered earlier as a. When we see him again as #66, he keeps on killing right up until he is killed by Scar.

• follows a pair of high school students who track down serial killers to admire their (often gruesome) work. • In, Kazuki is horrified to learn, far too late, that he's not the first person approached by the 'Strange Lolita' killer. The others who became the Strange Lolita's 'older brothers' were never heard from again. • Yoshikage Kira, the of, kills women for their hands which he has a strange fetish for (he thinks of the hands as his 'girlfriends' and he seems to show no interest in the rest of the body).

He is all the more dangerous because leaves no evidence, and he will kill anyone who comes in between him and the quiet life he wants to live. • Angelo Katagiri was arrested at the age of 12 for robbery, and his crimes became progressively more violent as time went on. 20 years later, he was sent to death row, and later escaped from prison and went on a killing spree using his Stand before being defeated by Josuke. • centers around the protagonist, who attempts to use his multiple personalities to track and thwart serial killers. Since one of his personalities is itself a serial killer, it goes without saying that things at times can get complicated. • With all the seemingly random killings in of, this was what the investigators originally thought the Mariage Case was about. However, it soon became clear that Mariage wasn't a serial killer but a group of seeking the whereabouts of their so they can begin a new war, all orchestrated by someone else as part of a terrorist scheme.

• Johan Liebert, the. He even manipulated other killers into doing his work for him, most of whom also ended up dead. Johan is an unusual example in that it is debatable whether he has a compulsion to kill, since he shows that he can stop whenever he wants, and his is revealed to have happened to someone else.

It should be noted that having these false memories is the only sign of anything resembling insanity; all of his killings and manipulation may be motiveless and insane, but Johan himself comes across as terrifyingly sane (with the exception of one ). • Also, he does not appear to get any sort of benefit from killing; he shows no signs of getting a thrill or sexual pleasure from his acts, nor does he seem to get any kicks from domination, and the killings are usually carried out as pragmatically as possible (no wasting time through torture, etc.), which suggests that his use of other people to kill might be simple expedience rather than enjoying his ability to manipulate. In addition, with many of his victims, there is no financial gain or any real progress towards whatever plan he may have at the time, making their deaths pointless. The lack of any recognisable motive is the main reason why he's widely considered incarnate. Lint is mentioned on multiple occasions to have been a serial killer before becoming a mother keeper, though little is said about his crimes.

The second one is Graham Gregson who killed the real Graham Gregson, along with the man's entire family. He later also murdered Silas and everyone working for him. • gives one in the form of the culprit to the Tokyo Dismembering Murders. A total and complete. • focuses on Koumori Kuroko, who herself murdered 715 people before being caught. Her targets are serial killers too dangerous for normal police, such as a man who killed an entire train's worth of people with and a giant wrestler doped up on. • • Gaara constantly murders anyone who gets in his way, all because he believes that this is his sole purpose.

Though he and his known victims are combat personnel and thus 'fair game', sort of, they were killed outside of combat situations. One notable instance would be the time Gaara killed two shinobi gamblers trying to get him to take a fall in the Chuunin Exam fights. Kills for pleasure, cool down time between kills, likes to torture. He may even be named after Hedonism, one of the above categories.

• Orochimaru is, or rather was, a straighter example; he fled the Leaf village after being exposed as a serial killer who had abducted and killed close to a hundred ninja, civilians, and babies to perform gruesome human experiments, though a number of these were technically unintentional in that he was usually trying to find safe ways of performing said experiments on himself and therefore wasn't really wanting them to die (not that he gave a crap if they did, it's just that their deaths were beside the point — plus, he seemed to be really enjoying himself). • gives us Illegal Contractors, people that forge a in the hopes of changing the past. Part of the bargain requires them to sacrifice victims to their Chain, and many develop patterns or preferred victims over the course of time. The most notable examples include the mysterious Head Hunter and the Red-eyed Ghost — the former beheads victims and turns out to be both Humpty Dumpty and the Queen of Hearts, while the other is in fact Xerxes Break in a surprising example of a Serial Killer with a. • Kabuto from. We don't know much about him, since by the time he first appeared he was already in jail, but a few flashbacks show that he used to be a big fan of mutilation, cannibalism, and necrophilia. He is brought to help the police catch parasites because he has the ability to see who is infected.

It's implied to be because he sees other humans the same way parasites do — but at least the parasites need to eat humans to survive. He pretends that, deep down, everybody is like him, and he's just the only one who doesn't try to suppress his true nature. •, the creator of Monster, has another manga called, in which he manages to turn the titular character, a big, goofy-looking green cartoon robot with horns from the classic series, into a genuinely terrifying serial killer figure. • Two of these appear in. One is a who kills people with, including a girl whose grown-up sister hires Shiho to make her pose as. The other is Kana Juumonji/Satoka Ryoudou, the of the manga, who as killed and from then on started eliminating anyone who stood in her way. • One killer in is a person who graduates from MIT's mathematics department implied to suffer from a bit of, wanting to be remembered as the department's ace by killing three other aces from MIT's aerospace engineering, quantum mechanics and genetic engineering department in Touma's year, making reference to, and in all murders and planned to kill himself to 'complete '.

• Udo Jinei, the first major villain in, is introduced as this, committing multiple murders in the past 10 years under the name 'Kurogasa' ('Black Hat'), and targeting politicians who previously fought on the side of the newly-established Meiji government during the days of the Bakumatsu. According to his M.O., he always sends a message to his target in advance, telling them the exact day and time he's going to strike, and he always gets his target no matter how many guards the person has in place. In the anime, it's also noted that and have been among his collateral-damage victims during his career.

It's revealed that Jinei was actually hired to perform all those murders by a crooked politician looking to make his rise to the top of the government. In the manga, while dying after committing suicide following his loss to Kenshin, Jinei admits to having been hired to commit the murders; the anime doesn't reveal it until much later, when we're introduced to the same politician, who currently has on his payroll (at least, so he thinks). • Cho Hakkai (AKA Cho Gonou), one of the main characters in, is a mass revenge serial killer who goes after his older sister/lover is by his village as an offering to the local demon king, leaving half of the village and most of the demons clan dead in the aftermath. • has several, primarily Ghouls with unusual feeding patterns. • Shuu Tsukiyama stands out from other Ghouls due to his unusual feeding patterns imitating a human Serial Killer.

He is a to the extreme, and selects potential victims based on them having some exceptional or beautiful trait. At one point, Investigators discussing the ' case are able to discern several important events taking place in the series based solely on him breaking from his strict patterns of behavior and feeding on victims that aren't up to his usual standards. • Yuujirou Utsumi, from the second light novel. A businessman famous for his generous nature, he turns out to be a vicious cannibal that enjoys preying on young women.

His adopted children are ghouls that he raised to commit the murders for him, while Utsumi himself turns out to be human. By the time he's caught, he's already and no longer capable of forcing the children to do his bidding. • In the sequel, the ghoul Torso is explicitly described as a serial killer.

A deranged loner, he works as a taxi driver and kidnaps women with scars to become his dismembered '. He is considered disturbing even by others of his kind, and his home is a filled with the bodies of his victims. •: Naoto's first opponent, Masaya Hiuchi, is an 18 year-old who was just recently released from a mental institution after brutally murdering several of his female classmates in middle school. His first actions in the show that he's already up to his old tricks. •: • is a mission-based serial killer who, like his alias says, He believes that society's class of superheros are corrupt glory-hounds who are heroes in name only, and have completely lost sight of the virtues that he believes make people real heroes.

He used to be an advocate for societal reform so heroes are self-sacrificing altruists and not celebrities, but at some point he and now murders heroes who don't live up to his deranged standards. • Despite being a serial killer, you do have to give Stain credit for legitimately believing in his belief system. He targets supervillains with the same lack of mercy and he spares potential victims if they manage to match his standards of what a proper hero should be.

• Himiko Toga appears to be a Hedonistic type. Her quirk, like Stain's, activates when she drinks blood. Stain, however, only drinks blood as part of combat and not necessarily as part of his murderous urges. Toga, on the other hand, seems to get sexual pleasure from murdering and draining her victims. • has dealt with many of them, and several members of his fall into the category from time to time. The most recurring ones are (obviously) and Victor Zsasz.

But by far the most notable serial killers in Batman history (by virtue of their actions being the main plot of a mini-series) are and. • adds the son of Commissioner Gordon, James Gordon Jr. • is a serial killer. Psychologically, he see-saws between being a visionary and a thrill/control killer: On one hand, Johnny is very obviously psychotic, talks with his own furniture, suffers memory loss, and believes there's a thing. 9 Grim Facts About Serial Killers You Wish You Never Knew - Life. 481 × 411 - 50k - jpg 9 Grim Facts About Serial Killers You Wish You Never Knew - Life.

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