World’s Most Evil Killers
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Thursday, April 09

Steve Wright killed five women over a six week period in the Winter of 2006 without motive or explanation. We’ve interviewed Jim Duell, the father of one of the murdered girls, Tania Nicol, who says he has forgiven Wright. Also Conrad Wright, the father of this mysterious serial killer, tells us how he feels responsible for his son’s actions. Show Less
Steve Wright killed five women over a six week period in the Winter of 2006 without motive or explanation. We’ve interviewed Jim Due...Show More

Stephen Griffiths, the self-proclaimed “Crossbow Cannibal”, had always fantasized about murder. In 2009 he acted on his murderous instincts and killed three women. We’ve interviewed his ex-girlfriend Zeta Pinder who tells us that he kept a secret life from her for two years and kept a collection of macabre books in his small flat. Show Less
Stephen Griffiths, the self-proclaimed “Crossbow Cannibal”, had always fantasized about murder. In 2009 he acted on his murderous ...Show More

Ian Huntley was interviewed by a TV news crew about the search for missing 10 year old schoolgirls, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. He suggested he may be have been the last person to see them alive but in fact he'd abducted the two children, murdered them and tried to burn the bodies. Show Less
Ian Huntley was interviewed by a TV news crew about the search for missing 10 year old schoolgirls, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. H...Show More

Steve Wright killed five women over a six week period in the Winter of 2006 without motive or explanation. We’ve interviewed Jim Duell, the father of one of the murdered girls, Tania Nicol, who says he has forgiven Wright. Also Conrad Wright, the father of this mysterious serial killer, tells us how he feels responsible for his son’s actions. Show Less
Steve Wright killed five women over a six week period in the Winter of 2006 without motive or explanation. We’ve interviewed Jim Due...Show More

Stephen Griffiths, the self-proclaimed “Crossbow Cannibal”, had always fantasized about murder. In 2009 he acted on his murderous instincts and killed three women. We’ve interviewed his ex-girlfriend Zeta Pinder who tells us that he kept a secret life from her for two years and kept a collection of macabre books in his small flat. Show Less
Stephen Griffiths, the self-proclaimed “Crossbow Cannibal”, had always fantasized about murder. In 2009 he acted on his murderous ...Show More

Ian Huntley was interviewed by a TV news crew about the search for missing 10 year old schoolgirls, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. He suggested he may be have been the last person to see them alive but in fact he'd abducted the two children, murdered them and tried to burn the bodies. Show Less
Ian Huntley was interviewed by a TV news crew about the search for missing 10 year old schoolgirls, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. H...Show More

Steve Wright killed five women over a six week period in the Winter of 2006 without motive or explanation. We’ve interviewed Jim Duell, the father of one of the murdered girls, Tania Nicol, who says he has forgiven Wright. Also Conrad Wright, the father of this mysterious serial killer, tells us how he feels responsible for his son’s actions. Show Less
Steve Wright killed five women over a six week period in the Winter of 2006 without motive or explanation. We’ve interviewed Jim Due...Show More

Stephen Griffiths, the self-proclaimed “Crossbow Cannibal”, had always fantasized about murder. In 2009 he acted on his murderous instincts and killed three women. We’ve interviewed his ex-girlfriend Zeta Pinder who tells us that he kept a secret life from her for two years and kept a collection of macabre books in his small flat. Show Less
Stephen Griffiths, the self-proclaimed “Crossbow Cannibal”, had always fantasized about murder. In 2009 he acted on his murderous ...Show More

Ian Huntley was interviewed by a TV news crew about the search for missing 10 year old schoolgirls, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. He suggested he may be have been the last person to see them alive but in fact he'd abducted the two children, murdered them and tried to burn the bodies. Show Less
Ian Huntley was interviewed by a TV news crew about the search for missing 10 year old schoolgirls, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. H...Show More

Thursday, April 16

In 1987 Michael Ryan went on a killing spree in the quiet market town of Hungerford in Berkshire. Equipped with a handgun and two semi-automatic rifles, he walked the streets, randomly firing at anyone he saw. By the time Ryan turned the gun on himself, 16 people had been murdered. Show Less
In 1987 Michael Ryan went on a killing spree in the quiet market town of Hungerford in Berkshire. Equipped with a handgun and two semi...Show More

Peter Sutcliffe, also known as The Yorkshire Ripper, is one of the world's most infamous killers. He was convicted of killing thirteen women and attempting to murder seven others. At the time he claimed the voice of God sent him on a mission to kill prostitutes. We have interviewed a former Broadmoor patient who served time alongside Sutcliffe - he tells us about the ripper's manipulative manner. Show Less
Peter Sutcliffe, also known as The Yorkshire Ripper, is one of the world's most infamous killers. He was convicted of killing thirteen...Show More

Joanne Dennehy violently stabbed three men to death in March 2013. She positioned one of the victims in a black sequinned dress with his backside exposed. She killed for her own entertainment and has been diagnosed as a psychotic sadomasochist. Show Less
Joanne Dennehy violently stabbed three men to death in March 2013. She positioned one of the victims in a black sequinned dress with h...Show More

In 1987 Michael Ryan went on a killing spree in the quiet market town of Hungerford in Berkshire. Equipped with a handgun and two semi-automatic rifles, he walked the streets, randomly firing at anyone he saw. By the time Ryan turned the gun on himself, 16 people had been murdered. Show Less
In 1987 Michael Ryan went on a killing spree in the quiet market town of Hungerford in Berkshire. Equipped with a handgun and two semi...Show More

Peter Sutcliffe, also known as The Yorkshire Ripper, is one of the world's most infamous killers. He was convicted of killing thirteen women and attempting to murder seven others. At the time he claimed the voice of God sent him on a mission to kill prostitutes. We have interviewed a former Broadmoor patient who served time alongside Sutcliffe - he tells us about the ripper's manipulative manner. Show Less
Peter Sutcliffe, also known as The Yorkshire Ripper, is one of the world's most infamous killers. He was convicted of killing thirteen...Show More

Joanne Dennehy violently stabbed three men to death in March 2013. She positioned one of the victims in a black sequinned dress with his backside exposed. She killed for her own entertainment and has been diagnosed as a psychotic sadomasochist. Show Less
Joanne Dennehy violently stabbed three men to death in March 2013. She positioned one of the victims in a black sequinned dress with h...Show More

In 1987 Michael Ryan went on a killing spree in the quiet market town of Hungerford in Berkshire. Equipped with a handgun and two semi-automatic rifles, he walked the streets, randomly firing at anyone he saw. By the time Ryan turned the gun on himself, 16 people had been murdered. Show Less
In 1987 Michael Ryan went on a killing spree in the quiet market town of Hungerford in Berkshire. Equipped with a handgun and two semi...Show More

Peter Sutcliffe, also known as The Yorkshire Ripper, is one of the world's most infamous killers. He was convicted of killing thirteen women and attempting to murder seven others. At the time he claimed the voice of God sent him on a mission to kill prostitutes. We have interviewed a former Broadmoor patient who served time alongside Sutcliffe - he tells us about the ripper's manipulative manner. Show Less
Peter Sutcliffe, also known as The Yorkshire Ripper, is one of the world's most infamous killers. He was convicted of killing thirteen...Show More

Joanne Dennehy violently stabbed three men to death in March 2013. She positioned one of the victims in a black sequinned dress with his backside exposed. She killed for her own entertainment and has been diagnosed as a psychotic sadomasochist. Show Less
Joanne Dennehy violently stabbed three men to death in March 2013. She positioned one of the victims in a black sequinned dress with h...Show More

Over a 4-month period during the late-70s, a killing duo terrorised Los Angeles by murdering and dumping the bodies of ten young women and girls as young as 12 on the city hillsides. Pretending to be police officers, the two cousin’s 43-year-old Angelo Buono and 26-year-old Kenneth Bianchi would lure their victims into their car, before taking them back to Buono’s house to rape, sometimes torture and brutally strangle them before leaving their naked bodies around Los Angeles. The murders were initially attributed to one person and the media dubbed the killer “The Hillside Strangler”. The deadly duo decided to go their separate ways, but Bianchi could no longer restrain his murderous intent and killed a further 2 young women. With forensic evidence quickly tying him to these murders, it wasn’t long before detectives were able to piece together the story of the two killers. After attempting to fake another personality to blame the killings on, Bianchi agreed to plead guilty to the Washington murders and 5 of the LA murders as well as testify against his cousin Buono to avoid the death penalty. After a two-year murder trial Buono was found guilty of 9 murders and sentenced to life without parole, with Bianchi receiving 6 life sentences. We interview retired LAPD homicide detective Bob Grogan and retired Judge Michael Nash, co-prosecutor on this case. Show Less
Over a 4-month period during the late-70s, a killing duo terrorised Los Angeles by murdering and dumping the bodies of ten young women...Show More

Over a 4-month period during the late-70s, a killing duo terrorised Los Angeles by murdering and dumping the bodies of ten young women and girls as young as 12 on the city hillsides. Pretending to be police officers, the two cousin’s 43-year-old Angelo Buono and 26-year-old Kenneth Bianchi would lure their victims into their car, before taking them back to Buono’s house to rape, sometimes torture and brutally strangle them before leaving their naked bodies around Los Angeles. The murders were initially attributed to one person and the media dubbed the killer “The Hillside Strangler”. The deadly duo decided to go their separate ways, but Bianchi could no longer restrain his murderous intent and killed a further 2 young women. With forensic evidence quickly tying him to these murders, it wasn’t long before detectives were able to piece together the story of the two killers. After attempting to fake another personality to blame the killings on, Bianchi agreed to plead guilty to the Washington murders and 5 of the LA murders as well as testify against his cousin Buono to avoid the death penalty. After a two-year murder trial Buono was found guilty of 9 murders and sentenced to life without parole, with Bianchi receiving 6 life sentences. We interview retired LAPD homicide detective Bob Grogan and retired Judge Michael Nash, co-prosecutor on this case. Show Less
Over a 4-month period during the late-70s, a killing duo terrorised Los Angeles by murdering and dumping the bodies of ten young women...Show More

About World’s Most Evil Killers

Take an in-depth look at the lives and crimes of some of the World’s Most Evil Killers including Ted Bundy, The Suffolk Strangler Steven Wright, Joanne Dennehy, and more.