List of serial killers in the United States

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A serial killer is typically a person who kills three or more people, with the murders taking place over more than a month and including a significant period of time between them.[1][2] The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) defines serial murder as "a series of two or more murders, committed as separate events, usually, but not always, by one offender acting alone".[2][3]

The United States has by far the largest number of documented serial killers in the world. According to Radford University's Serial Killer Information Center, it has more documented serial killers than the next ten highest countries on the list.[4]

Identified serial killers[edit]

Unidentified serial killers[edit]

This is a list of unidentified serial killers who committed crimes within the United States.

Name Years active Proven victims Possible victims Region where active Notes Ref.
Albuquerque serial killer 2021–2022 3 4 NM Suspected of killing four Muslim men in drive-by shootings from November 2021 to August 2022. Muhammad Syed was arrested and charged with three of the murders. He has been convicted in one of the murders and awaits trial on the other two. He is also suspected in the fourth murder, but has not been charged so far. [738]
Alphabet murders 1971–1973 3 3 NY Also known as the "Double Initial Murders"; murders of three young girls in the Rochester, New York area in the early 1970s [739]
Ann Arbor Hospital murders 1975 10 10 MI Poisonings of 10 patients at the Veteran's Administration Hospital in 1975. Two nurses, Filipina Narciso and Leonora Perez, were convicted but a new trial was ordered because of prosecutorial misconduct. The prosecution chose to drop the charges rather than retry. [740][741]
Atlanta child murders 1979–1981 28 30 GA A series of murders committed in Atlanta, Georgia, between July 1979 and May 1981. Over the two-year period, at least 28 children, adolescents, and adults were killed. Wayne Williams was charged and sentenced for the two adult murders, with 24 of the other murders attributed to him.
Atlanta Lover's Lane Murders 1977 3 3 GA A series of unsolved shootings of couples in Atlanta from January to March 1977
Atlanta Ripper 1911 15 15–21 GA Mystery murderer(s) of 15 Atlanta women in 1911 [742]
Axeman of New Orleans 1918–1919 6 6 LA Responsible for the deaths of six or seven people in New Orleans and the surrounding areas from 1918 to 1919 [743]
Bag murders 1975–1977 6 6 NY Murders and dismemberment of gay men in Lower Manhattan, whose body parts were wrapped in garbage bags and thrown into the Hudson River; convicted murderer Paul Bateson was a prime suspect in the killings, but never charged [744]
Bigfoot Killer 1975 7 7 MI Raped and murdered sex workers in Detroit; nicknamed derived from the suspect's large hands and feet [745]
Boca Raton murders 2007 3 3 FL Three unsolved murders of women committed at the Town Center Mall in Boca Raton, Florida in 2007 [746]
Boston Strangler 1962–1964 13 13 MA 1960s deaths of 13 women (five young, eight older), mostly with their own stockings as ligature. Albert DeSalvo confessed to the murders, but was never indicted; DNA evidence tested in 2013 suggested his guilt in one of the cases [747]
Bouncing Ball Killer 1959–1960 6 7+ CA Series of murders targeted towards elderly women in Los Angeles; convicted murderer Raymond Ward Clemmons confessed to the murders, but he was never charged due to a lie detector proving he was being untruthful [748]
Bra murders 1967–1971 5 5 CT Strangulations of five black women, mostly prostitutes and drug addicts, in Stamford, Connecticut; schizophrenic preacher Benjamin Franklin Miller was prosecuted for the crimes, but acquitted by reason of insanity, leaving his true guilt in question [749]
Castration serial murders 1980–1986 2 5+ WY, PA, UT, GA, CT Series of murders of men who were shot in the back of the head and then castrated post-mortem [750]
Charlie Chop-off 1972–1974 4 4 NY Murders of five boys in Manhattan in 1972 and 1973. A mental patient confessed to one slashing death. Four stabbings also involving mutilation remain unsolved [751]
Chicago Strangler 2001–2021 55 75+ IL Raped and strangled predominantly African-American prostitutes and other vulnerable women in Chicago; could possibly be multiple serial killers [752]
Cincinnati Strangler 1965–1966 7 7 OH Raped and strangled seven mostly elderly women in Cincinnati, Ohio, between 1965 and 1966; Cab driver Posteal Laskey Jr. is commonly believed to be culprit [753]
Cleveland Torso Murderer 1935–1938 12 40+ OH Also known as the "Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run"; responsible for 12–13 murders in the Cleveland, Ohio area in the 1930s [754]
Colonial Parkway Killer 1986–1989 8 8 VA Believed to have murdered at least eight people in Virginia between 1986 and 1989; left three couples dead and one couple missing and presumed dead. In January 2024, authorities announced that at least two of the murders had been conclusively linked to an official suspect, Alan W. Wilmer Sr., a local fisherman who died in 2017. Wilmer was also identified as a suspect in an unrelated third murder.[755][756] [757][758]
Columbus murders 1965–1966 3 3 OH Three fatal shootings committed in Columbus and West Jefferson [759]
Connecticut River Valley Killer 1978–1987 7 7+ MA, NH, VT Stabbed at least six women to death in New England in the 1980s, severely injured one [760]
Cumminsville murders 1904–1910 5 5 OH Series of brutal murders and mutilations of women in the Cincinnati neighborhood of South Cumminsville [761]
Dayton Strangler 1900–1909 6 6 OH Murdered five women and one man in Dayton, Ohio, in the early 20th-century; one man was wrongfully convicted for the murders [762]
Denver Prostitute Killer 1975–1995 17 27 CO Abducted, raped and strangled young girls and women around Denver and its various suburbs [763]
Denver Strangler 1894–1903 3 5 CO Strangled three prostitutes in Denver in 10 weeks; also thought to be responsible in two more murders [764]
Doodler 1974–1975 6 16 CA Sketched then stabbed to death gay men in San Francisco, California in the 1970s [765]
Dr. No 1981–1990 9 9+ OH, IL, NY, PA Suspected of raping and strangling prostitutes alongside the Interstate 71; his first suspected victim is Marcia King, who was identified in 2018. Samuel Legg III, a trucker, has been arrested and charged but thus far (as of 2020) is incompetent to stand trial. He is receiving psychiatric treatment while they try to restore competency. [766][767]
Eastbound Strangler 2006 4 4 NJ Murdered four women near Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 2006. [768][769]
Edgecombe County serial killer 2000s 9 10 NC Murders of nine women and disappearance of another since 2005 around Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Antwan Pittman has been convicted in one case [770]
Flat-Tire murders 1975–1976 12 35 FL Killed young girls and women in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties by offering help with fixing their car tires, before he sexually assaulted them and drowned them in canals [771]
Flint Serial Slasher 2009–2010 5 5 MI, OH, VA Stabbing attacks against mostly small-framed African-American men, with the main area being Flint, Michigan; an Israeli national, Elias Abuelazam, has been convicted in one of the murders and remains the prime suspect in the other four [772]
Fort Myers Eight murders Mid-1990s 8 8 FL The remains of eight adult men discovered murdered in a wooded area in Fort Myers, Florida, on March 23, 2007. The men are believed to have been at the location since the mid-1990s. Convicted murderer and serial rapist Daniel Conahan has been named as the prime suspect [773][774]
Frankford Slasher 1985–1990 8 9 PA Allegedly responsible for nine murders in the Frankford neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Leonard Christopher was convicted of one murder; another murder was committed in same style while he was incarcerated; believed to still be at large [775][776]
Freeway Phantom 1971–1972 6 6 DC Raped and strangled six young women and girls in Washington, D.C., in the early 1970s, dumping their bodies by freeways [777]
Gilgo Beach serial killings 1996–2010 10 17 NY Suspected of killing eight women, a man and a child since 1996 and dumping their bodies along remote beaches in Suffolk and Nassau County, New York. The killer has been referred to as the Gilgo Beach killer because of the location where the first bodies were found. In July 2023, Rex Heuerman was arrested and has been charged with four of the murders. [778][779][780][781]
Gold Sock Killer 1973 3 3 FL Strangled a woman and two teenage girls to death with socks [782]
Golden Years Murders 1990–1996 13 13+ VA Murders of elderly women in Richmond, Virginia; murderer Leslie Burchart was convicted for some of the killings, but his guilt is disputed [783]
Great Basin Killer 1983–1997 4 4+ WY, UT, NV, ID Allegedly responsible for the "Great Basin Murders", in which young girls and women were raped and killed across the Great Basin area; initially consisting of nine supposed murders, those have since been solved and attributed to different perpetrators [784]
Gulf Killer 1971–1979 16 16+ FL A series of unsolved murders that occurred primarily in Pasco County, Florida in the 1970s; likely multiple killers [785]
Gypsy Hill killings 1976 5 5+ CA Known as the "San Mateo slasher"; five unsolved killings, of young women in San Mateo County, California, during early 1976; in 2014, the FBI named Rodney Halbower as a person of interest in the Gypsy Hill killings; as of 2018, he has been convicted in two of the murders [786][787]
Hog Trail Murders 1993–1996 6 12 FL Mutilated bodies of young men found in Charlotte County, Florida; thought to be linked to Daniel Conahan, who was charged and convicted of one of the murders [788]
Harbor City serial shootings 1993 3 3 CA Shot four black men from his Jeep, three of them fatally [789]
Honolulu Strangler 1985–1986 5 5 HI Raped and strangled five young women in Hawaii in 1985 and 1986 [790][791]
I-45 Killer 1980 0 4+ TX Strangled four known victims in 1980 and sexually assaulted some. Two of the four women have never been identified. [792]
I-70 killer 1992–2001 6 9 IN, MO, KS
TX (suspected)
Killed and robbed six store clerks around the Midwestern United States [793]
I-70 Strangler 1980–1991 12 12 IN, OH Killed gay men and dumped their bodies near I-70; suspected serial killer Herb Baumeister is considered the prime suspect in the case [794]
Jeff Davis 8 2005–2009 8 8 LA The bodies of eight women were found in swamps and canals surrounding Jennings, Louisiana. Originally thought to be a serial killer, but multiple suspects may be involved [795][796]
Kauai serial killer 2000 2 2 HI Kidnapped, raped, beat, and stabbed women to death on the Kauai island of Hawaii. [797]
Little Rock serial stabbings 2020–2021 3 3 AR Random stabbing murders against strangers that occurred in Little Rock, Arkansas [798]
Lone Woman Murders 1943–1949 9 12+ CA Over nine unsolved femicides committed in Los Angeles that involved sexual mutilation, including the famous Black Dahlia murder [799]
Main South Woodsman 2002–2004 3 5 MA Murdered prostitutes picked up from Worcester's Main South neighborhood, dumping the bodies in various towns across the state and neighboring Maine. Convicted murderer Alex Scesny is considered the prime suspect, but has never been charged. [800]
The Man from the Train 1900–1912 0 40+ USA Probably Paul Mueller. Killed whole families in their sleep, from the east coast to the west, arriving and departing by train. Existence (and probable but not proven identity) discovered over 100 years after the murders, by analysis of contemporary records, showing a markedly common modus operandi for many previously unconnected crimes. [801][802][803][804]
Miami Strangler 1964–1970 9 11 FL Murdered at least nine women in Miami, Florida, between 1964 and 1970 [805]
Michigan Murders 1967–1969 1 7 MI Raped, stabbed, and strangled young women between the ages of 13 and 21 in the Washtenaw County area of Michigan. John Norman Collins was convicted of the last murder in the series and strongly suspected to be responsible for all seven murders attributed to the same perpetrator. [806]
Mulatto Axe Murders 1911–1912 35 49+ LA, TX Axe murders of a minimum of twelve African-American and interracial families along the Southern Pacific railroad line running through Louisiana and Texas. Raymond Barnabet was tried and convicted of the murders of one family. His teenage daughter, Clementine Barnabet was arrested shortly afterwards following the murder of another family and confessed to the murders of 35 others. She was later convicted of one murder, but released from prison in 1923. Both convictions have been disputed by historians. No one has ever been charged with the other slayings [807]
New Bedford Highway Killer 1988–1989 9 11 MA Murders of nine women and disappearance of two others between 1988 and 1989 [808]
Oakland County Child Killer 1976–1977 4 4+ MI Also known as the "Babysitter"; responsible for the murders of four or more children in Oakland County, Michigan in 1976 and 1977 [809]
Oklahoma City Butcher 1976–1986 3 3 OK Killed and mutilated 3 women in Oklahoma City between 1976 and 1986 [810]
Phantom Killer 1946 5 5 TX Believed to have committed the Texarkana Moonlight Murders in Texas between February 23 and May 4, 1946 [811]
Pittsburg serial murders 1998–1999 5 5 CA Single or multiple offenders who murdered one man and four women over three months in the city of Pittsburg, California [812]
1996 Raleigh murders 1996 6 6 NC Series of murders and rapes across the Raleigh, North Carolina area; multiple killers are suspected, including one who was convicted of two murders [813][814][815]
Redhead murders 1978–1992 8 11 TN, AR, KY, MS, PA, WV Series of unsolved homicides believed to have been committed by an unidentified serial killer in Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, also known as "The Bible Belt Strangler" [816][817]
Sacramento Mad Killer 1940–1941 5 6+ CA Unidentified serial killer who murdered middle-aged men picked up from bars in the Sacramento area [818]
San Diego serial murders 1985–1990 43 43+ CA Murders of women, predominantly prostitutes and drug addicts, across San Diego County. Initially believed to be a single serial killer, but later determined to be multiple killers. [819]
Santa Rosa hitchhiker murders 1972–1973 7 7+ CA A series of at least seven unsolved homicides involving female hitchhikers that took place in Sonoma County and Santa Rosa of the North Bay area of California in 1972 and 1973 [820]
Servant Girl Annihilator 1884–1885 8 8 TX Also known as the "Austin Axe Murderer"; responsible for at least seven murders in Austin, Texas between 1884 and 1885 [821]
Skid Row Stabber 1978–1979 11 11 CA Murdered homeless men in Los Angeles' Skid Row neighborhood; Bobby Joe Maxwell was falsely convicted of two of the murders and accused of the rest, and died while in a coma prior to being exonerated [822]
South Florida serial murders 1997–2001 3 10+ FL Murdered women, most of whom were homeless or prostitutes, primarily by strangling, four of the ten murders have been solved [823]
Smiley face murder theory 1990s–2000s 0 40+ USA Theoretical serial killer(s) thought by some sources to have drowned college-aged young men across the northern part of the country since 1997; most experts suggest that the deaths were accidental [824]
South Memphis prostitute killings 2011 3 4 TN Murders of three sex workers in Memphis, Tennessee, in the winter of 2011; possibly linked to a fourth murder committed in 2015 [825]
Storyville Slayer 1991–1996 24 24+ LA Abducted, strangled and drowned predominantly female prostitutes around New Orleans; thought to be multiple killers [826]
Stockton serial shootings 2021–2022 7 7 CA Shot one man to death in Oakland and five in Stockton and shot a woman in Stockton who survived her injuries. Wesley Brownlee was arrested for the murders on October 15, 2022. [827][828][829]
Suitland murders 1986–1987 5 9 MD, DC Abducted, raped and stabbed to death women around Suitland, Maryland; convicted murderer Alton Alonso Best is considered the prime suspect [830]
Texas Killing Fields 1970s–2000s 4 30+ TX Since the early 1970s, roughly 30 bodies have been extracted from the fields, mainly consisting of young girls. As of March 2024, six of the cases have been definitively solved, and authorities now believe that multiple offenders are involved.
Tube Sock Killings 1985 4 6 WA Unsolved murders which occurred in the remote community of Mineral in Washington [831]
West Mesa murders 2003–2009 11 11+ NM Remains of 11 women, who disappeared between 2003 and 2005, found buried in the desert in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 2009 and attributed to a bone collector [832]
Zodiac Killer 1968–1974 5 37 CA
NV (possible)
Targeted young couples. Remains unsolved but open in the California jurisdictions the five certain Zodiac murders occurred. Potentially 37 total victims claimed but unverified. [833]

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