Scarecrow from the streets. Killer that excite the world until now
You all know who Jack the Ripper. It is known that this is how the famous letter that the killer was signed, which was delivered to the police station. But why "The Ripper"? The word "Ripper" has another translation, and it means "ripper". And really, the famous Jack the Ripper rips his victims. However, after the murders of Jack the word "Ripper" came to mean a killer who mutilates the bodies of their victims. Almost every maniac our omnipresent media gives the nickname of "The Ripper".
This is to ensure that in the mind of the common people sat down to a fear that would cause them to be more attentive to others and not to go out of the house late at night. A man unwittingly carries an association with the famous Jack the Ripper, and thus realize how dangerous he can be a culprit. Over the past 100 years, the press has repeatedly used in their titles the word "Ripper". But in fact, many of these killers have killed many more victims than the famous Jack. In today's article, we'll pick you up for a list of serial killers and murderers that bypass Jack the Ripper on 100 points ahead.
1. Preceded by Ted Bundy
Before Ted Bundy began maddening public his terrible deeds, a guy named John Norman Collins had raped and mutilated bodies of seven people in 1960 in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The first victim of the murderer - a young girl, Mary Flezer, which at that time was only 19 years old. Her mutilated body police found Aug. 7, 1967. She was severely mutilated: in the hands did not have fingers, legs were completely cut off the genitals in bruises, suggesting a rape. Despite the terrible picture, the police decided that this was an isolated case of an attack of a psychopath, but a few months later they found another body, and then another and another. All of the following bodies were mutilated as well as the body of Mary. None of the girls had been killed at the place where their bodies were found. This fact has hampered the work of the police, who threw all their forces to capture the criminal. All agreed the case. Uncle Collins saw blood in his basement, immediately called the police, who, after a while, knew who was the murderer who killed innocent innocent girls. In the end, Collins was found guilty and is serving a life sentence until today.
2 Ripper with Kreyglist
"He tried to kill me!" - this is what Gilbert shouted Shanna operator rescue service May 1, 2010. Gilbert was a prostitute, which is basically looking for clients in the so-called online electronic bulletin Kreyglist. The police searched her house, but neither the girl nor the phone from which she called the cops never found, until it was December. Gilgit on the beach, which is located in Long Island, a police officer found the woman's remains, which were wrapped in a bag. All at once I thought to Shanna, but on the basis of the conclusion of the pathologist, it was not her, and another prostitute who used the same system of customers search. Over the next few days on the beach Gilgit was discovered three bodies of prostitutes. All were wrapped in burlap, and they all used Kreyglist. But not one of them was Shanna Gilbert. The girl was found to December 2011. During the year, police found six more bodies. Also, the mother remains were discovered, her child and a man dressed in women's clothes. Since then, on the beach Gilgit was found more bodies, and some of them were dismembered. The culprit was never found. Ripper with Kreyglist still are operating in the area.
3. The Atlanta Ripper
From 1911 to 1915, at least 20 young black men and women were found with a slit throat and cut the heart. Press in Atlanta announced that the so-called Jack the Ripper began to wield the streets. July 1, 1911 troubled Emma Lou Sharpe was looking for his mother, because she did not return home on time. During the search, a man came up to Emma Lou, whom she described as "a tall, black man, broad-shouldered man in a big black hat." He approached the girl on the street and asked her what she is doing today evening. She decided not to answer, and wanted to pass him, but got hit in the back. Emma managed to escape a terrible fate, unlike her mother, who was found decapitated. Police arrested six different men, but none of them was the real killer. In 1915, the murders stopped as mysteriously as it began. The murder case remains unsolved. It was the worst serial killings in Atlanta, while Wayne Williams killed about 30 children between 1979 and 1981.