The 14 Freakiest Serial Killers You've Probably Never Heard Of

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Some serial killers become massively infamous and have movies made about their lives, while others for various reasons slip through the cracks of history without leaving much of an impression on our collective conciousness. This doesn't mean there aren't some incredibly disturbing relatively unknown killers in our history though, take Tillie Klimek for instance:

Tillie found a schtick, and stuck to it. Namely: murderous insurance fraud. She went through five husbands, three neighborhood children, and just about anyone else she could get her hands on. Not only did she grab insurance money out of the deal, she also gained a reputation as a fortune teller based on predicting the deaths of these people. At one point, she was buying a dress for her husband’s funeral, when a stranger asked when he had died. Her response? “Ten days from now.”

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What no NIKOLAI DZHURMONGALIEV- 100 murders
Place: Russia Date;1980 - 1991 Victims: Women, usually tall attractive ones
NIKOLAI DZHURMONGALIEV - known as 'Metal Fang' because of his white metal false teeth - is the king of the Soviet cannibals, slaughtering and serving up around 100 women to his dinner guests in the Russian republic of Kazakhstan. He believed women and prostitution were the root of all evil. After friends discovered a head and intestines in the kitchen he was sent to an insane asylum in Tashkent, from which he bribed his way out. He was then incarcerated after being found guilty of only seven murders, but escaped in 1989. The Russian authorities never admitted he'd got out, and spent two years trying to recapture him, eventually tracking him to Uzbekistan. Interior Minister Colonel Yuri Dubyagin described him as: "absolutely normal, but at one point [he] got a taste of female meat." An attitude which may explain why there are so many high-scoring serial killers in Russia. He was held not responsible for his actions, he's back in the loony bin.
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Why do we love serial killers so? Is it because they are independent and brave, and give a spark to our otherwise boring and meaningless lives?

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