A look back at some of the most infamous serial killers of all time

The world have seen different kinds of people that has put their life down for the sake of humanity, flipping the coin the other way will mean that the world has also witnessed a lot more serial killers. If we decide to take down the list of every single of this people who has committed inhuman crimes, it is practically endless. Some stole the spotlight while some didn’t. Here are some of the lists of serial killer who committed serial inhuman act;

The Top 4 Worst Serial Killers of All Time

Richard Ramirez

As a young boy he was already been detained at the juvenile detention for petty crimes of stealing and possession of some contra band products he got his first jail sentence in 1983 for car theft and after he was released the following year he turned violence. He committed his first known murder in 1984 the year he was released and his victim was 79 years Jennie Vincow who he assaulted sexually and stabbed to death finally.

As at 1989 when he was caught and convicted, he has received 19 death sentences and his responses was “No Big Deal”. He was in California Quentin Prison where he died in 2013 at the age of 53.

Jerome Brudos

He was not popular but he did some inhuman things. Jerome was a serial killer and a necrophile. In the 1960’s he killed 4 women in Oregun. He had some nick names like the “Lust Killer”, ‘The Shoe Fetish Slayer.”

Born in 1939 Webster, Southern Dakota, he has always been trouble from an early age. He was reported to have assaulter a young woman at the age of 17. His violence increase when he graduated from high school and got married. He eventually killed 4 women and dressing in their cloths.

There are reports that he was kicked out of the military because of his obsession. He was later apprehended and his wife divorced him in 1970. He tried to appeal his conviction to no avail. He later died a natural death in 2006.

Charles Manson

Born in 1934, Charles Manson is an American cult leader who carried out several murders in the 1960’s. He is associated with the murder of actress Sharon Tate and some other Hollywood residents. He was never found guilty of any murder. It said that he committed almost 35 murders. After he was found to be associated to the death of Tate, he was almost immortalized as he inspired the book Helter Skelter. After getting married to a 17 years old girl who got pregnant for he, he was arrested for car theft and was jailed and murder. He was reported to have been hospitalized in January 2017 with a serious illness. However, the details about his medical condition are not disclosed.

Jeffrey Dahmer

Born in 1960 in Wisconsin. Jeffery has always displayed a very troublesome attitude from childhood. He committed his first murder at the age of 18 and was arrested a lot of times claiming his murder victim’s corpses. In addition to killing his victims he also mutilated them and performed sexual act on he victims captured in 1991 and sentenced to prison. Right there in jail a fellow prisoner murdered him in 1994.

Which scary toy marked your childhood (and would you dare have it again)?

Scary toys are raising vague impressions. While some people find them interesting to say at least, some others are turning their heads away with disgust. But the truth is, people cannot run from the fear: even when you find some things repulsive or want to forget them, you have that strange feeling of attraction. Now, I don’t want to sound like Freud (although, I bet he had something to say!), but scary and creepy things make deep impressions on us, no matter how old we are.

I remember my first scary toy which marked a great deal of my childhood. But, I also remember some others that were popular back then. And that’s what I want to share with you in this post. So, let’s move on to the scary toys!scary toys

Jolly Chimp

Monkey with cymbals sounds like an old-school toy, which any kid would enjoy. But the level of creepiness of this little fella is beyond comprehension. Let’s start with his red eyes and the strange look behind them. And what’s about the face without a smile? Seems like he’s ready to jump right on to you any minute.

Furbie

Okay, what possibly can be scary with this little, fuzzy toy? Well, to start with the obvious: wide open starry eyes which seem like they’ll hypnotize you. And that squeaky sound that remains even when you take out the batteries?

Hugoscary toys

Sometimes, a toy doesn’t have to look scary to be scary. Hugo or a man with many faces is, on the surface, a regular humanly shaped toy. But, take a look at his accessories: several wigs, facial hair, fangs, scars, warts along with the glue. Doesn’t sound like a serial killer’s murder set to you?

Teddy Ruxpin

Another cute little toy with a lot of baggage with it. Although it looked beautiful, something was disturbing with that look. As I see a piece of Chucky, a serial-killer doll toy which made great thanks to the movie “Child’s play” (which later turned into Chucky franchise).

The Face Bank

Teaching kids to save money from an early age is an excellent idea, but not with this scary toy bank. A human face was supposed to look relaxing and warm, but – no, it doesn’t. It looks more like some animal dressed as a human, and that is creepy right there.

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Which scary toy marked your childhood?

Movies starring scary dolls: could it be creepier?

The 1970’s and 1980’s movies celebrated scary dolls, using them as leading parts in numerous occasions. And if you thought that disturbing dolls trend stopped there, you’re wrong. The latest creepy dolls movies showed us that Hollywood had worked hard to improve the experience of creepiness, horror, and fascination.

Wondering how a scary doll looks in the movie? Check out our list of the best scary dolls films and their notorious leading roles.

#1 Annabelle (2014)scary dolls

Annabelle was first introduced in 2013 movie The Conjuring. She is possessed by a satanic murdering cult follower, who died while holding the doll. It’s one of those “get under your skin” kind of toys since Annabelle is made to be very expressive but minimalistic.

#2 Dead Silence (2007)

Billy, the leading doll in this movie, will get you chills from the first scene of the film. But, screaming won’t help you – Billy likes to cut people’s tongues off. His creator, Mary Shaw, was fascinated with dolls, and Billy was her piece of art.

#3 Child’s Play (1988)

Another male doll that stuck with my mind was Chucky, possessed by an evil spirit of a serial killer. Once he starts his bloody rampage, Chucky reveals his true nature. Unlike the other scary dolls, Chucky has some dark humor rants that make his character bit creepier than the others.

scary dolls movies#4 Poltergeist (1982)

If you wonder why so many people are scared of clowns, this movie could be the answer to that. A clown doll that sits in a rocking chair facing bed became the most notorious scary movie scene in a short time. And that moment when a kid sees an empty chair, and the doll appears behind him – it makes me chill every time.

#5 Magic (1978)

One of the first iconic movies that celebrated horror and scary dolls, along with rising actor Anthony Hopkins. The main puppet character, Fats, actually mirrors the actions of his master. But, the teacher is not aware of his dark nature, until he ultimately converts himself into Fats.

#6 Trilogy of Terror (1975)

Ancient fetish dolls seem like a cliche, but not in the case of this movie. The main character gets an unusual Zuni doll, which transforms into a deadly machine overnight. Unlike the other scary dolls, this one looks aggressive with its sharp teeth and a spear.