List of serial killers by country

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This is a list of notable serial killers, by the country where most of the killings occurred.


Convicted serial killers by country





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  • Stephen Akinmurele: known as "The Cul-de-sac killer"; Nigerian immigrant suspected of killing five elderly people in Blackpool and the Isle of Man between 1995 and 1998; committed suicide in prison before trial. [606]
  • Beverley Allitt: known as "The Angel of Death"; Lincolnshire paediatric nurse who killed four children in her care and injured at least nine others; sentenced to life imprisonment in 1991. [607]
  • Levi Bellfield: known as "The Bus Stop Stalker"; convicted of the 2002 murder of Amanda Dowler and two fatal hammer attacks on young women in South West London in 2003 and 2004. [608]
  • John Bishop and Thomas Williams: known as "The London Burkers"; English copycats of Burke and Hare. [609]
  • Geordie Bourne: 16th-century Scottish bandit who killed seven people around the East English Marches; executed by unknown means. [610]
  • Ian Brady and Myra Hindley: known as "The Moors Murderers"; murdered five children, aged between 10 and 17 between 1963 and 1965. Buried at least four of their victims on Saddleworth Moor. [611]
  • Mary Ann Britland: poisoned her daughter, husband, and the wife of her lover in 1886; first woman to be executed by hanging at Strangeways Prison in Manchester in 1886 by executioner James Berry. [612]
  • Paul Brumfitt: strangled two men, one in Tilbury and another in Denmark, in 1979; sentenced to life, but released in 1994, and later killed a prostitute in Woodsetton in 1999; sentenced to three life terms. [613]
  • Peter Bryan: institutionalized for fatal hammer attack on woman in 1993; re-apprehended for cannibalizing a friend in 2004, but able to batter a fellow patient to death months later. [614]
  • David Burgess: Murdered three young girls in the Berkshire village of Beenham in 1966 and 1967. Only originally convicted of two murders, he was released in 1996, only to be convicted of the third murder in 2012 after new DNA evidence was found. [615]
  • John Cannan: Serial rapist and abductor of women convicted of one murder in 1987, considered to have murdered at least 2 more. [616]
  • George Chapman: Polish-born poisoner who murdered three women between 1897 and 1902; suspected by some authors of being Jack the Ripper. Executed in 1903. [617]
  • John Childs: known as the most prolific hit man in the United Kingdom, he was convicted in 1979 of six contract killings, though none of the bodies have been found. [618]
  • John Christie: gassed, raped and strangled at least five women from 1943 to 1953, hiding the bodies at his house in Notting Hill, London; also strangled his wife Ethel, as well as the wife and baby daughter of neighbour Timothy Evans, who was wrongfully executed for their murders. [619] Christie was himself executed in July 1953.
  • Robert George Clements: doctor who committed suicide when due to be arrested for poisoning his fourth wife; his other three wives all died suspiciously during the interwar period. [620]
  • Mary Ann Cotton: Victorian killer; said to have poisoned more than twenty victims; hanged in 1873. [621]
  • Sidney Cooke: Described in 1999 as "Britain's most notorious paedophile", Cooke is known to have killed three boys with a group of other paedophiles and the group is suspected of murdering up to 20. [622] [623] [624]
  • Thomas Neill Cream: known as "The Lambeth Poisoner"; began his killing spree in the United States then moved to London; hanged in 1892. [625]
  • Dale Cregan: sentenced to a whole life order in prison for four counts of homicide in 2012 involving the use of firearms, including killing two police officers, and three separate counts of attempted murder in Greater Manchester. [626]
  • Gordon Cummins: known as "The Blackout Ripper"; murdered four women in London during the wartime blackout in 1942, and suspect in two previous murders from 1941; executed 1942. [627]
  • Joanna Dennehy: stabbed three men to death and tried to kill two others selected at random in what would become known as "The Peterborough Ditch Murders" in 2013; sentenced to life in prison. [628] [629]
  • John Duffy and David Mulcahy: known as "The Railway Killers"; killed three women near railway stations in the 1980s. [630]
  • Amelia Dyer: murdered infants in her care; executed 1896. [631]
  • Nicola Edgington: Edgington stabbed to death her own mother in 2005, she was later released and on 10 October 2012 murdered and attempted to murder two random women in the street in Bexleyheath. [632]
  • Kenneth Erskine: known as "The Stockwell Strangler"; sentenced to life imprisonment in 1988 for murdering seven pensioners. [633]
  • Catherine Flannigan and Margaret Higgins: two Irish women known as "The Black Widows of Liverpool"; killed at least four people by poisoning in the 1880s in order to obtain insurance money. [634]
  • Steven Grieveson: known as "The Sunderland Strangler"; murdered four teenage boys in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear between 1990 and 1994. [635]
  • Stephen Griffiths: known as "The Crossbow Cannibal"; convicted of murdering three prostitutes in Bradford in 2009 and 2010. [636]
  • Allan Grimson: Royal Navy petty officer convicted of two murders from 1997 to 1998; suspected of murdering up to twenty people across the UK, Gibraltar and New Zealand; sentenced to life imprisonment. [637]
  • John Haigh: known as "The Acid Bath Murderer"; active in England during the 1940s; convicted of six murders, but claimed to have killed nine; executed in 1949. [638]
  • Anthony Hardy: known as "The Camden Ripper"; convicted of three murders, but suspected of up to five more; sentenced to life imprisonment, died in prison. [639]
  • Trevor Hardy: known as "The Beast of Manchester"; killed three teenage girls in Manchester from 1974 to 1976. [640]
  • Philip Herbert: known as "The Infamous Earl of Pembroke"; 17th century nobleman convicted of manslaughter but discharged; later killed the prosecutor and pardoned for a third murder. [641]
  • Walter Horsford: known as "The St. Neots Poisoner"; poisoned his cousin in 1898 with strychnine, suspected of three previous murders; executed 1898. [642] [643]
  • Colin Ireland: known as "The Gay Slayer"; killed five gay men in London in the early 1990s; died in prison in 2012. [644]
  • Ronald Jebson: Paedophile responsible for the 1970 Babes in the Wood murders and the murder of another child, Rosemary Papper, in 1974; died in prison in 2015. [645] [646]
  • Theodore Johnson: Jamaican immigrant who murdered his wife and two girlfriends from 1981 to 2016; sentenced to 26 years imprisonment. [647]
  • Kieran Patrick Kelly: Irish vagrant who pushed two men to their deaths off London's subways from 1975 to 1983, but confessed to 31 murders in total; sentenced to life imprisonment and died in prison. [648]
  • Bruce George Peter Lee: arsonist responsible for 26 deaths in the town of Hull from 1973 to 1979; sentenced to life imprisonment. [649]
  • Robin Ligus: drug addict convicted of robbing and bludgeoning three men to death with an iron bar in Shropshire in 1994.
  • Michael Lupo: known as "The Wolf Man"; Italian-born man convicted of the murders of four men and two attempted murders in London in the 1980s; died in prison in 1995. [650]
  • Patrick Mackay: charged with the murders of five individuals in London and Kent, convicted of three; confessed to killing eleven people from 1974 to 1975. [651]
  • Mark Martin: Murdered three homeless women with accomplices in Nottingham between December 2004 and January 2005. [652]
  • Robert Maudsley: known as "Hannibal The Cannibal"; killer of four; killed three in prison. [653] [654]
  • Raymond Morris: known as "The A34 Killer"; convicted of one murder, considered to have committed at least two more. [655]
  • Robert Hicks Murray: bigamist who murdered his first wife and three children, and then killed himself in a murder-suicide in 1912; posthumously connected to the killings of at least seven previous wives. [656]
  • Robert Napper: known as "The Green Chain Rapist"; killed two women and a child in the 1990s. [657] Sentenced to an indefinite hospital order in 2008.
  • Donald Neilson: known as "The Black Panther"; killed four people, including heiress Lesley Whittle. [658]
  • Dennis Nilsen: known as "The Muswell Hill Murderer"; killer of fifteen (possibly 16) men between 1978 and 1983 in North London. [659]
  • Colin Norris: nurse who murdered four patients in Leeds hospitals during 2002. [660]
  • William Palmer: known as "Palmer the Poisoner"; doctor suspected of numerous murders, convicted of one; executed 1856. [661]
  • Stephen Port: known as "The Grindr Killer"; serial rapist who drugged, raped and murdered four young men in Barking, London between 2014 and 2015; sentenced to life imprisonment. [662]
  • Elizabeth Ridgeway: poisoned her husband in 1684; after arrest, confessed to poisoning three more people with mercuric chloride and arsenic starting from 1681; executed 1684. [663]
  • Amelia Sach and Annie Walters: known as "The Finchley Baby Farmers"; baby farmers who used chlorodyne to poison an unknown number of infants; both hanged at the HM Prison Holloway in 1903.
  • Harold Shipman: known as "Dr. Death"; doctor convicted of fifteen murders; a later inquiry stated he had killed at least 215 and possibly up to 457 people over a 25-year period; committed suicide in 2004 in prison. [664]
  • George Joseph Smith: known as "The Brides in the Bath Killer"; murdered three women by drowning them in his bathtub; executed 1915. [665]
  • Rebecca Smith: Wiltshire woman who poisoned her infant son with arsenic in 1849, later confessing to doing the same to seven of her other children; executed 1849. [666]
  • John Straffen: murdered three children between 1951 and 1952; Britain's longest-serving prisoner until his death in 2007. [667]
  • Peter Sutcliffe: known as "The Yorkshire Ripper"; convicted in 1981 of murdering thirteen women and attacking seven more from 1975 to 1980; died in prison in 2020. [668]
  • Thomas Griffiths Wainewright: artist considered to have poisoned four people; convicted of forgery and transported to Australia, where he died. [669]
  • Margaret Waters: baby farmer from Brixton who drugged and starved the infants in her care; believed to have killed at least nineteen children; executed 1870. [670]
  • Fred and Rose West: known as "The House of Horrors Murderers"; she was convicted of ten murders; both are believed to have tortured and murdered at least twelve young women between 1967 and 1987, many at their home in Gloucester, including their teenage daughter; he committed suicide in 1995 while awaiting trial. [671]
  • Catherine Wilson: nurse considered to have poisoned seven people in the 19th century; executed in 1862. [672]
  • Mary Elizabeth Wilson: known as "The Merry Widow of Windy Nook"; convicted of murdering two husbands by poisoning and considered to have killed two others. [673]
  • Steve Wright: known as "The Suffolk Strangler"; killed five women in six weeks around Ipswich in late 2006; sentenced to life imprisonment. [674]
  • Graham Young: known as "The Teacup Poisoner"; killed three people from 1962 to 1971; died in prison in 1990. [675]
  • Jordan Monaghan: killed his two children and one of his girlfriends between 2013 and 2019; sentenced to life imprisonment. [676] [677]

Northern Ireland

  • Shankill Butchers: Ulster loyalist gang—many of whom were members of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF)—that was active between 1975 and 1982 in Belfast, Northern Ireland; the gang was based in the Shankill area and were responsible for the deaths of at least twenty-three people, most of whom were Irish Catholics killed in sectarian attacks. [678]


  • Robert Black: lorry driver who killed at least four young girls across the UK between 1981 and 1986; suspected of more murders in Britain and continental Europe; died in prison (shortly before he was to be charged for a fifth murder). [679] [680]
  • William Burke and William Hare: notorious body snatchers in Edinburgh who killed 16 people; Burke was executed, while Hare was granted immunity and released. [681]
  • Archibald Hall: known as "The Monster Butler"; killed five in the 1970s, three with accomplice Michael Kitto; died in prison in 2002. [682]
  • Peter Manuel: known as "The Beast of Birkenshaw"; American-born murderer of seven, suspected of killing 15; executed in 1958. [683]
  • Robert Mone: shot a schoolteacher to death in 1967, later killed a staff member and patient at Carstairs Hospital after escaping in 1976, subsequently murdered a police officer. [684]
  • Edward William Pritchard: English doctor who poisoned his wife and her mother in Glasgow in 1865; suspect in the mysterious death of his maid; executed 1865. [685]
  • Angus Sinclair: convicted of the murders of four young women, including "The World's End Murders" in Edinburgh, believed to have murdered eight; died in prison in 2019. [686]
  • Peter Tobin: rapist and killer of at least three women in Scotland and England between 1991 and 2006; sentenced to life in prison. [687]


  • John Cooper: known as "The Wildman" and "The Bullseye Killer"; Pembrokeshire burglar responsible for the robbery and shotgun double-murders of a brother and sister in 1985 and a couple in 1989; sentenced to life imprisonment. [688]
  • Joseph Kappen: known as the "Saturday Night Strangler", murdered three 16-year-old girls in Llandarcy and Tonmawr near Port Talbot in 1973 and is suspected to have committed a fourth murder in 1976, posthumously identified as the murderer of the three girls in 1973 after his body was exhumed and DNA testing established his DNA matched the murderer's. [689]
  • Peter Moore: known as "The Man in Black"; businessman who killed four men at random in North Wales in 1995; sentenced to life imprisonment. [690]

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Unidentified serial killers

This is a list of unsolved murders which are believed to have been committed by unidentified serial killers. It includes circumstances where a suspect has been arrested, but not convicted.







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