Lee Boyd Malvo was involved in the Beltway sniper attacks of 2002, which killed 10 people and injured three in the Washington Metropolitan Area. He had befriended his accomplice in the act, John Allen Muhammad, as a juvenile. Malvo is currently serving multiple life sentences at a supermax prison.
One of America’s most notorious serial killers, Robert Hansen was called ‘The Butcher Baker’ as he owned a bakery. He is said to have killed seventeen women and raped many others in and around Anchorage, Alaska, during the 1970s and 1980s. Most of his victims were strippers and sex workers. He was sentenced to 461 years in prison in 1984.
Colombian serial-killer, rapist, necrophile, pederast and child-molester Luis Garavito confessed in October 1999 that he tortured, raped, mutilated and killed 147 minors. He received the lengthiest sentence in the history of Colombia, being sentenced to 1,853 years and 9 days in prison. He is serving his sentence, which was eventually reduced to 22 years, in a maximum-security prison in Valledupar.
Jerry Brudos was an American necrophile and serial killer who killed at least four women between 1968 and 1969 in Oregon, USA. Brudos, who had a fetish for women's shoes, started killing women for their shoes. His life and style of crime inspired a song from the 2003 album Murder Metal, which was recorded by extreme metal band Macabre.
Not many suspected physician John Bodkin Adams of being a serial killer till it was revealed that his name had appeared in the wills of at least 132 of his patients who had died, while 163 died in coma. Though never convicted of the killings, he faced punishment for forgery.
Eugen Weidmann was a German serial killer best remembered as the last person to be executed publicly in France; he was executed by guillotine in June 1939. Many people, including the then 17-year-old actor Christopher Lee, witnessed the execution. The spectators' hysterical behavior after watching the execution was so scandalous that all future public executions were banned in France.