John Robinson Serial Killer – The First Internet Killer
John Robinson Serial Killer, alias John Osborne or as he is popularly known; The First Internet Serial Killer. John Robinson was born to an alcoholic father and a strict mother in December 7th 1943. John Robinson Serial Killer childhood and education was riddled with mischief and petty crimes so he was subsequently expelled from one school, when really young still.
John Robinson Serial Killer also dropped out of college where he was studying to become an X-ray technician. John Couldn’t stick to things too long without getting into some kind of trouble.2
The Long Island Serial Killer – Serial Killer at Large
The Gilgo Beach Killer as famously known by the media, is a mysterious person suspected to be an American Serial Killer. Also referred to as the Long Island Serial Killer, the killer is said to have murdered 10 to 15 individuals over a period of 20 years. The suspect is also linked to the thriving sex trade in New York.
The mysterious Long Island Serial Killer murdered his or her victims and then dumped their bodies along the ocean parkway. This area is located near the long island beach town of Gilgo beach. The victims’ bodies were found in March and April of 2011 while the remaining six were found in December 2011.2
Robert Hansen Serial Killer
One of the serial killers that has made the news is Robert Hansen. Robert Hansen serial killer was a uniquely depraved killer. He flew his victims into the Alaskan wilderness and hunted them down like wild game. Robert Hansen Serial Killer usual victims were prostitutes and exotic dancers. Hansen “hunted” in the locations in and around Anchorage, Alaska.
Robert Hansen Serial Killer did most of his hunting in the 1970’s which coincided with the boom of Anchorage, due to the construction of the Alaska Pipeline. He confessed to the killings of 17 women from the area. In addition to his serial killing, Robert Hansen raped 30 others. Robert Hansen Serial Killer plead guilty to the killings of 4 of the women in a plea deal that kept him from going to trial 17 times.2