Who are The Most Sadistic Killers We are Glad are Dead?

These top dangerous serial killers and their psychopathic crimes will make you shiver with fear! Check out what crazy crimes these monsters like Jack the Ripper, Belle Gunness, H.H Holmes, Carl Panzram, Karl Denk and John George Haigh committed on their victims!

Jack the Ripper

Of course, I have to mention Jack the Ripper. Jack remains to this day one of the worlds most famous unsolved mysteries. He is known for a string of murders in London known as the Whitechapel Murders in 1888 and was never captured. All of the murders took place within a mile of each other and his name and motive are still unknown. For about a month, he terrorized London and killed and mutilated prostitutes in a horrific manner. Most of the victim’s throats were cut prior to abdominal mutilations and the cuts and removal of body parts suggested some level of surgical knowledge. I warned you…viewer discretion…The name Jack the Ripper comes from a letter written by someone who claimed to be the butcher, but it is hard to say whether it was the real killer. At that time the death or murder of a working girl sadly was not seen as news, however, what made these crimes differently was the sadistic butchery, suggesting a complete sociopath who hated women. At least 5 victims were found with deep throat slashes, and their inner organs removed and placed around the body. Other body parts were also partially removed and the face would be stabbed beyond recognition. Then one day, the murders suddenly stopped. There are many theories as to the identity of Jack the Ripper and the case are still ongoing…

Belle Gunness

Belle Gunness is reported to have murdered over 40 people, mostly her husbands, children, and wealthy men that she would invite to her farm, and then were never heard from again. A Norwegian immigrant, Belle came to the US in search of wealth. Soon after marrying her first husband, their store and home mysteriously burned down and they claimed the insurance money. Right after, her husband died of heart failure so she was able to get his life insurance as well. It is believed that Belle poisoned her husband and two small children for the money. Her next husband and young children also died under mysterious circumstances. With the money from their life insurance- wait, how many families are we at now?- she bought a small farm in the country. She then started placing ads for singles in the local newspaper inviting men to come to her farm, and of course, you guys know where this is going…they were never seen again. One day her farm burned down and workmen doing the repairs stumbled across some human skeletons. As the investigation continued more and more bodies were discovered in shallow graves around the property. While police were looking for Belle, her ranch hand confessed that she had planned the fire and her escape. The police discovered that she had withdrawn all her money from her bank accounts and had managed to escape. Belle Gunness was never caught. Be careful with those singles ads…

John George Haigh

Known as the Acid Bath Murderer John George Haigh was an English serial killer during the 1940s. He was convicted of the murders of 6 people, although he claimed to have killed 9. He was a professional con man who targeted wealthy people and charmed them into believing he was a successful businessman. As you might have guessed from his nickname, John George Haigh would shoot his victims and then dissolve their bodies in sulfuric acid. He would then forge papers to sell their belongings and collect the money from their bank accounts.

Known as the Acid Bath Murderer John George Haigh was an English serial killer during the 1940s. He was convicted of the murders of 6 people, although he claimed to have killed 9. He was a professional con man who targeted wealthy people and charmed them into believing he was a successful businessman. As you might have guessed from his nickname, John George Haigh would shoot his victims and then dissolve their bodies in sulfuric acid. He would then forge papers to sell their belongings and collect the money from their bank accounts.
Born in 1909 to an ultra-religious family, John George Haigh was raised in Yorkshire, England. After his wife left him and he went to jail for fraud, John moved to London alone where he found work as a chauffeur for a wealthy businessman named William McSwain. At some point, he was suspected of theft and fired. In and out of jail for the next seven years, John came up with the perfect murder plan to get his revenge on William. He practiced killing mice and dissolving their bodies in acid. He contacted his old boss and William invited him to his parents home for dinner. Right after that, William disappeared. Here we go…. John told Williams parents that the man had gone into hiding to avoid being drafted into World War II. But… the truth was that for some reason they had gone down to the basement and John cracked William on the head, then dumped him into a 40-gallon barrel of sulfuric acid. Afterward, John moved into Williams estate, claiming the businessman had asked him to.