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canada goose When serial killers get caught: The murderers who made women dig their own graves and used backpackers as target practiceSerial killers are so defined because the multiple murders they commit take place over a period of time as they continue to add to their body count and strike fear here four of the lesser known serial killers of the last 40 years are revealed13:38, 26 JUL 2017Updated19:23, 26 JUL 2017’Son of Sam’ David Berkowitz was a serial killer who terrorised the streets of New York claiming a dog called Sam was making him murder (Image: Getty) Get daily updates directly to your inbox SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailFrom making women dig their own graves to luring backpackers to the woods to be used as target practice, some of the world’s most callous serial killers were able to escape justice for years if not decades, and some indefinitely.Today the names of Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe, Suffolk Strangler Steve Wright and Harold Shipman are known for the brutal and multiple murders they committed.They are serial killers because they have not only killed many, but have continued to murder over a period of time striking fear as they continued to escape justice and cover up their brutality, adding more victims to their body count.Some like Jack the Ripper are never caught but others make key mistakes that mean they are finally brought to justice, the brutality of their crimes laid bare.The black magic killer Suradji who sucked the saliva out of women in his quest for eternal life The murders committed by Suradji in some ways can be likened to Psycho when Norman Bates claimed that ‘Mother’ made him commit the horrific crimes at the Bates Motel.For Indonesian serial killer Ahmad Suradji the terrible slayings he committed were in some way down to his father or his words at least.Was America’s first serial killer Jack the Ripper? Monster behind Murder Castle ‘could have been stopped by British police’Suradji’s father was a practising sorcerer in North Sumatra, and was revered by the local population. Suradji himself was a petty criminal, arrested cheap canada goose for theft and violent behaviour, before apparently settling down as a farmer and sorcerer. He became respected as the ‘datuk’, a healer with great powers who villagers believed had telekinetic powers that enabled him to move the clouds.However, Canada Goose Outlet he was also a master of darker arts.In 1986, when he was 34, he had an almost ghostly vision, and remembered something his father had told him when he was Cheap Canada Goose canada goose outlet just 10 years old: he would become invincible if he drank the saliva Cheap Canada Goose of 70 dead young women.”Because I was trying to get to [invincibility] as fast as possible, I took my own initiative to kill,” he explained after being arrested.Suradji didn’t get to a body count of 70 but at least forty two women disappeared over the next eleven years.At first no one realised the connection to Surdaji. canada goose

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