By Gary Lequipe
Serial killers are not anything just like the ones we all know via movies or literary texts. they aren't crime geniuses, yet tormented beings with psychological issues and an exacerbated narcissism. become aware of the habit styles and the tales of the main bad criminals.
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He confessed he used to take advantage of the solitude of his room to place a mirror in front of his bed and fantasize that he was a corpse. In 1978, he started killing young men to keep their bodies, bath them and practice necrophilia. Nilsen killed 14 men. After his ritual, he dismembered the bodies and flushed the remains down a lavatory. In mid-1984, neighbors called a plumber to repair clogged drains and remove odor. The plumber found rotting meat in the pipes and called the police. Eventually, on November 4, 1983, Nilsen was tried and sentenced to life imprisonment.
He was arrested again, and his mother had to sell her clothes store because everyone who knew the story avoided her. When renovations began, they found the corpse of a girl buried in a pile of ashes in the basement of the store. Pomeroy was convicted on December 10, 1874 and sentenced to death by hanging, but no governor dared to sign the death sentence of a fourteen-year-old boy. There were no precedents in criminal history. He was given a life sentence in a state of complete isolation. The only person who visited him was his mother.
29 - Harold Shipman, Dr. Death (January 14, 1946 - January 13, 2004) It is estimated that he killed more than 250 people during the time he worked as a doctor. At 17, his mother suffered from lung cancer. Day after day, Harold would watch how his mother writhed in pain and the only thing that eased her suffering was morphine injections supplied by her doctor. In 1963, his mother died. Several years later, Shipman got his degree in medicine and surgery, with very good grades. His patients were delighted.
50 SERIAL KILLERS. Bloody protagonists of history's worst murder sprees by Gary Lequipe