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Dangerous Serial Killers Are Still at Large in These States

A man in a suit walks behind a security guard Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) is an FBI agent hunting serial killers on Netflix’s Mindhunter. | Netflix

Those murder mystery novels and Netflix crime documentaries are all fun and games until you realize the sadistic plots hit a little closer to home than you originally thought. Not only are those murderous plots ripped from the headlines, but many remain unsolved.

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Some experts suggest that, when you start analyzing homicide data, there are actually up to 2,000 serial killers at large in the United States right now. And they’re notorious for a reason. Ted Bundy, Charles Manson, the Unabomber? Must we go on? Some elusive cases get solved years later, like the Maryvale serial shooter in Arizona who was apprehended in late 2017

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Possible Serial Killer Still At Large in Tampa – People

The Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa has been on edge for nearly a month — and residents are trying to go about their daily lives with the fear that a serial killer may be in their midst.

The area has been terrorized by three killings of people who don’t seem to have an apparent link to each other. They were fatally shot within a half-mile of each other. Police believe the killings are related.

“I am scared every day,” resident Marisol Linares tells PEOPLE. “When I check my mail, I wonder if I can even get to the mailbox without being shot. I have children who can’t play outside because there may be someone who will shoot them. I want to move away, but I can’t right now.”

Police continue to investigate the killings, and a spokesperson tells PEOPLE that they are looking at

Read more at: http://people.com/crime/tampa-possible-serial-killer-residents-on-edge/

Murders in our forests are still haunting a decade later – Asheville Citizen

The closing of a national forest doesn’t happen often. It’s an unusually hard thing to do, especially in an enormous one like Pisgah National Forest, where access points in the Asheville area are almost behind every tree.

But the U.S. Forest Service tried to close the woods in late July by evacuating the thousands of summer visitors and not letting any more in as law enforcement scoured the forest for a fugitive who had held people up at gunpoint, kidnapped and killed a man, Tommy Bryson, just to steal his truck.

For a week until Philip Michael Stroupe’s capture in McDowell County, the crime spree sent chills across Western North Carolina.

And it brought back those eerie, sitting duck feelings from 10 years ago, when we all thought twice about going out in the forest

Read more at: http://www.citizen-times.com/story/life/2017/11/08/murders-our-forests-still-haunting-decade-later/834298001/

‘The Snowman’ Isn’t A Real Serial Killer, But He’s Still Pretty Terrifying

The Snowman may sound like a fun new holiday movie, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. The film is a Norwegian-set thriller about a vicious serial killer, nicknamed “The Snowman,” who commits his crimes during snow storms, mutilating his victims and leaving clues for the authorities in the form of grotesque snowman. It’s pretty nasty stuff, but does it have a basis in reality? Is The Snowman a real serial killer?

Thankfully, he’s not. The movie is a complete work of fiction, based upon the novel of the same name by Norwegian author Jo Nesbø. The book is part of Nesbø’s Harry Hole (pronounced “Who-luh”) series of novels, which feature the protagonist detective Harry Hole — played by Michael Fassbender in the film — investigating different crimes. The Snowman is actually the seventh entry in the book series, as it was preceded by The Bat,

Read more at: https://www.bustle.com/p/the-snowman-isnt-a-real-serial-killer-but-hes-still-pretty-terrifying-2932847

Netflix’s New Serial Killer Series Is Still A Mystery

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Nine women found dead, two still missing: Nearly 30 years later, the mystery of the New Bedford Highway Serial …

The first body turned up in July of 1988, about 30 feet from the road on northbound Route 140 in Freetown, Massachusetts. A motorist who had stopped to relieve herself on the Sunday of the July Fourth weekend came upon the partially clothed, unrecognizable corpse, a bra around its neck – and investigators who soon arrived on the scene could tell the body had been there for months.

What they couldn’t have guessed, however, was just how frequent such grisly discoveries were about to become.

That body, identified five months later in December 1988 as Debra Medeiros, marked the first in a series of killings that would come to be attributed to the New Bedford Highway Serial Killer. Nine women were found, two remain missing to this day – and the murderer has never been caught.

The deaths are the subject of a new book by journalist Maureen Boyle

Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4880476/New-Bedford-Highway-Serial-Killer-case-unsolved.html

‘At least I’m still alive’: Serial killer and rapist who stabbed his last target 98 times CLAPS and taunts victims …

  • Cameron Wilson, 20, found guilty of five murders, rape and seven other charges
  • When he was sentenced at the Western Cape High Court, he laughed and smiled
  • He raped, stoned and set alight a teen victim in a horrific attack in South Africa
  • Family members of those killed called for him never to see his own family again 

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Everyone’s Heard Of Jack The Ripper – But How About The Still On The Loose ‘Craigslist Killer’?

Over a period of 20 years, the bodies of 10 women were dumped along Ocean Parkway, a remote strip of beach in Long Island.

All had been strangled and wrapped in burlap sacks before being discarded. So who dunnit?

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Dubbed the Long Island Serial Killer, or the “Craigslist Ripper”, by the media, little is known about whoever is responsible.

And while no suspects have ever been identified, the victims’ friends and family do know this: the killer – or killers – liked to taunt them, contacting them in real life, over the Internet and on the phone, to pursue their services.

You see, the women, who each worked through Craigslist, shared more than just a resting place:

Melissa and Brainard-Barnes were two of four escorts found buried in the same marshy, desolate area in Gilgo Beach in December 2010, all

Read more at: https://www.nigeriatoday.ng/2017/08/everyones-heard-of-jack-the-ripper-but-how-about-the-still-on-the-loose-craigslist-killer/

Everyone’s Heard Of Jack The Ripper – But How About The Still On …

Over a period of 20 years, the bodies of 10 women were dumped along Ocean Parkway, a remote strip of beach in Long Island.

All had been strangled and wrapped in burlap sacks before being discarded. So who dunnit?

Have you read Trendiee Today? Click here to read

Dubbed the Long Island Serial Killer, or the “Craigslist Ripper”, by the media, little is known about whoever is responsible.

And while no suspects have ever been identified, the victims’ friends and family do know this: the killer – or killers – liked to taunt them, contacting them in real life, over the Internet and on the phone, to pursue their services.

You see, the women, who each worked through Craigslist, shared more than just a resting place:

Melissa and Brainard-Barnes were two of four escorts found buried in the same marshy, desolate area in Gilgo Beach in December 2010, all

Read more at: https://www.nigeriatoday.ng/2017/08/everyones-heard-of-jack-the-ripper-but-how-about-the-still-on-the-loose-craigslist-killer/

"At least I’m still alive” says serial killer Cameron Wilson

Cape Town – “At least I’m still alive,” these are the words sarcastically uttered by serial murderer Cameron Wilson, seconds after he applauded Western Cape High Court Judge Chantel Fortuin’s ruling.

Fortuin handed down four life terms plus 71 years, which would run concurrently, to Wilson.

As he heard his fate the 20-year-old serial killer appeared unfazed by all the strong media presence and crowded gallery. Dressed in his navy Nike track top, Wilson often smiled, giggled and slouched in the dock as Fortuin read out his sentence.

Wilson was found guilty of 13 charges including five murders, one rape and three attempted murder charges.

Fortuin said she based her sentence on three major factors; socio-economic, the seriousness of the crime and possible rehabilitation.  

She said the three life terms derived from three murders including that of 18-year-old Lekita Moore, 16-year-old Stacey Lee Mohale and Toyher Stober.
 
Lekita was stabbed 98

Read more at: https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/at-least-im-still-alive-says-serial-killer-cameron-wilson-10924188