The 10 Deadliest Spree Killers In The World
Unfortunately, today’s world has become a place where murder is all too common. Despite the fact that the country has seen a rise in violence over the last few decades, there are still some murders that make even the most hardened among us stand up and take notice. Our jaws drop open and we wonder how in the world someone could be quite so evil as these spree killers. While it’s awfully sad that there have been enough spree killers in the world that we can make a list of the top 10, you’ll still want to learn a little bit about these evil murderers. Read on to see the deadliest spree killers in the world.
On August 1, 1966, Charles Whitman killed his wife and mother before heading to the University of Texas campus, where he shot 46 people, killing 14 of them. He was eventually killed by police and they found a note asking authorities to do an autopsy on him. That autopsy found a tumor in his brain that could have led to his murderous spree.
John Allen Muhammad & Lee Boyd Malvo
John Allen Muhammad & Lee Boyd Malvo before the pair were caught, they were collectively known as the Beltway sniper and were engaged in a series of murders over a three week period. In total, the two men killed 17 people, and injured 10 more before they were caught. John Allen Mohammad (42 at the time) was put to death in 2009 and Lee Boyd Malvo (17 at the time) was put in prison for the rest of his life without the possibility of parole.