He later stated that his mom “always wanted people to look up to her”. Kemper ended up killing six hitchhikers or college students from May 1972 to February 1973, all receiving the same acts. He was usually on the prowl after arguments with his mom, which might have been his motive to kill her too. In April 1973, while Kemper’s mother was sleeping, he beat her in the head with a pick hammer. Kemper then cut off her head and raped his mother’s body.
His first two victims were two Fresno state students Mary Ann Pesce and Anita Luchessa both of them murdered. After killing them he chopped off the heads and hands, than had sexually acts with the bodies and heads at his apartment when his friend was gone before discarding the bodies. Later the year he did the same thing to 15 year-old Aiko Koo. The following year he picked up and murder Cindy Schall. Taking her to his mother’s house and doing the same things he did with his other victims.
Dennis Lynn Rader also known as the “BTK” killer; Blind, Torture, Kill. He is an American serial killer that murdered ten people in Sedgwick County, Kansas, USA in the year 1974 to 1991. Rader was born on March 9, 1945 in a place near Kansas, USA, and the oldest of four children. Rader grew up in Wichita, Kansas with an average family. His father was a former US Marine who then later worked for an electric company.
Later he moved in with his older sister, Ruth, and her husband who was an obsessive “peeping Tom” and would take Ramirez on his nighttime trips. Ramirez began to experiment with LSD and also became engrossed with Satanism. He went Jefferson High School but dropped out in 9th grade. He began to experiment with his sexual fantasies, and mixed them with violence, often times with forced bondage and rape. Miguel was found not guilty for the murder of his wife after 4 years of incarceration at a mental hospital, due to reasons of insanity and once again began to be a role model for Ramirez.
He escaped custody at least twice before he went on a murderous rampage. He murdered 2 women in Chi Omega at FSU and was caught due to bite marks he left on one of the victims. In the end, Ted Bundy was sentenced to 3 death penalties and was executed on January 24, 1989 by electric
He removed the bullets from their heads and disposed their parts in different locations. In April 1973, he went to his mother’s home where the two had an unpleasant exchange. He attacked his mother after she went to sleep by striking her head with a hammer and then cutting her throat with a knife. He decapitated her and cut off her hands and also remove her larynx and put it down the garbage disposal. After hiding his mother’s parts, Kemper called his mother’s friend, Sally Hallett and invited her over to the house.
Some of the female family members copied the act and shaved their heads while outside the courthouse during trial. January 25, 1971, Manson was convicted of first degree murder for masterminding the deaths of the Tate and LaBianca victims. He was sentenced to the gas chamber, this however became life in prison because California's Supreme Court overturned all death sentences before
Edmund Kemper was born in Burbank, California on December 18, 1948. His parents divorced in 1957, and he moved with his mother and two sisters to Montana. His mother was alcoholic and known to have a borderline personality disorder, and Edmund Kemper claims that she favored his two sisters above him. His mother forced Edmund Kemper to live in the basement when he was ten years old, so that his sisters could be “safe” away from him. Later when he was caught, he blamed his mother for all of his problems.
The killer left the woman on the couch and moved to where her husband slept. The husband died by a bullet through his head. Ramirez also tied up her eight-year-old son. At some point, he took her to the bedroom, and Somkid was raped, sodomized, beaten, and forced to perform oral sex (The People v. Richard Ramirez, 2006). She was taken around the house in order to reveal the locations of valuable items.
His mother verbally abused him and the drunken fight resulted in Henry killing his mother by stabbing her in the neck after supposedly being hit over the head by her with a broom stick, which broke on impact. Although he pleaded that her death had been due to self-defense, Lucas was sentenced to 20 to 40 years in prison. After ten years of serving his sentence, Lucas was released due to prison overcrowding in 1970. Only one year after being released, Lucas was once again put in prison for attempting the kidnap two young girls; he was released for this offense in