America's Most Wanted: Serial killers
Ted Bundy -
Known for meeting his victims in a public space and leading them to seclusion, Bundy is an incredibly infamous serial killer and rapist.
Edmund Kemper -
The Santa Cruz necrophile and murderer came to be known as the "Co-ed Killer."
Peter Manuel -
An American killer terrorized Southern Scotland between 1956 and 1958.
Patrick Kearney -
Kearney became known as "The Trash Bag Killer." He wreaked havoc from 1965 until he was caught in 1
Jane Toppan -
From 1885-1901 this nurse murdered over 30 victims. After capture, Toppan claimed it was her greatest wish to be the most prolific killer in history.
William Bonin -
Also known as "The Freeway Killer," Bonin slew at least 21 young men along the highways of Southern California.
Juan Corona -
Working on a fruit ranch in Sutter County, CA, this vicious serial killer murdered 25 of his migrant co-workers.
Richard Ramirez -
This serial killer and admitted Satan worshipper became known as the "Night Stalker" for breaking into the homes of his victims.
Larry Bittaker and Roy Norris -
The pair became known as the "Tool Box Killers" and would lure women into their van to torture and horrifically kill them.
Joel Rifkin -
Rifkin likely killed 17 drug addicts and sex workers between 1989 and 1993 in New Jersey.
Dennis Raider -
This Kansas serial killer came to be known as "BTK," short for bind, torture, and kill.
Gary Ridgway -
Arrested in Washington State, Ridgeway confessed to killing at least 70 women throughout the '80s and '9
Jeffrey Dahmer - Between 1978 and 1991, the infamous Milwaukee cannibal and serial killer murdered, dismembered, and ate 17 boys.