Serial Killers

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  • 1.In this work we will show amazing cases about serial killers


  • One of them is Ted B undys case. He was a very handsome law student. He used to be an excellent artist, because he faked a broken arm to convince young women to help him carry his textbooks to his car. Once there, he battered the victims with a baseball bat and carried them off for ghoulish rituals.


  • The case isamazingbecause Bundymurdered dozens of young college women who looked very much like a young woman who broke off her relationship with him .


  • Another, is thecase of Angel Resendez, who was known by the alias Rafael Ramirez. He wasa murderer from the USA, and he was an illegal inmigrant from Mexico.
  • Angel used to consume a lot of alcohol and drugs.


  • After he killed nine persons, he was finally captured by a Texas Ranger, but it wasn't easy because Angel eluded the police and slipped off the FBI for two years.


  • Harvey Glatman started becoming a criminal when he killed two woman, and he enjoyed it very much. The police didn't realize that Glatman was the criminal, so he decided that he was ready for a little more fun.


  • But luckily, the policecould trace and capture him before he takes the life of another woman.


  • It is notsurprising that John Wayne Gacy was admired and liked by most who had known him, because he was a businessman who had spent his free time elaborating parties for friends, dressing as a clown and entertainingchildren at hospitals from Chicago. However, there was another side to Gacy that few had ever witnessed


  • One night Jeffrey Ringall wasin a popular area of Chicago, full of discos and pubs. But when he was walking through the area, his path was blocked by a black car. The driver asked him if he wanted a cigarette and he accepted, but it was marijuana!


  • Quickly the stranger shoved his face with chloroform and Jeffrey lost consciousness. The next morning Ringall awoke under a statue in Lincoln Park. He made his way to the hospital, where he stayed for six days.


  • Hereported the incident to the police, giving them the little information that he could provide. Along withskin lacerations, burns and damage caused from the chloroform, Ringall suffered severe emotional trauma .


  • But hewas fortunate to be alive, because he was one of the few victims of Wayne Gacy to have survived. During a three year period, Gacy went on to viciously torture, rape and murder more than thirty other man, who were later discovered under the floorboards of his home and in the local river.

13. The End