Read on to learn about ten of the scariest serial killers ever captured! The Dnepropetrovsk maniacs are Ukrainian serial killers responsible for a string of murders. the worst-ever Soviet serial killer Andrei Chikatilo, aka the Butcher of Rostov, who was convicted of 53 murders, and the more recent Moscow maniac Alexander Pichushkin, known as the ‘Chessboard Killer’. Just what drives a serial killer to kill again and again? A former policeman who allegedly murdered 29 women – has been captured. In a Moscow court, the neatly clad and groomed Pichushkin complained that he had been denied the title of Russia’s most-notorious serial killer.
The suspected serial killer was held in Russia’s second city this week after CCTV footage emerged, allegedly showing her carrying the body. The vast territory of Russia is home for a surprisingly large amount of serial killers. Serial killer and rapist Mikhail Popkov killed ‘dozens more women. Fayian was married to Russian cannibal serial killer Andrei Chikatilo, regarded as one of the worst serial killers the world has ever seen. Tamara Samsonova, Russian Serial Killer Who Dismembered Her Victims. Many of the world’s most terrifying serial killers are in fact roaming free. Russian serial killer says murder is like love. The very words ‘serial killer’ are enough to strike fear into the heart of any normal person.
Russian serial killers wear really freaky-looking stuff, even in jail. A court in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg has sent serial killer Irina Gaidamachuk to prison for twenty years. serial murder has been hidden from the public in some countries. A Russian serial killer who invited his victims to drink vodka with him before bludgeoning them to death with a hammer has been convicted of 48 counts of murder. There are quite a few serial killer movies in Russia that have been based on true stories.
List of Top 10 Russian Serial Killers Ever
10. Darya Nikolayevna Saltykova
She was a Russian serial killer and noble from Moscow who became notorious and well known for torturing and killing over a hundred of her serfs, mostly women and girls. She is now imprisoned for life. Saltykova has been compared to the earlier, Hungarian, “Blood Countess. She was known as a Russian serial killer before 1800’s. any people came to look at her while she was being scornfully ridiculed. She was buried next to her relatives in the Donskoy Monastery necropolis.
09. Boris Gusakov
He was a Soviet serial killer, convicted for the killing of 5 people in the Moscow area between 1964 to 1968. He committed at least five murders and fifteen violent sexual assaults on girls and young women before being caught, and was executed by firing squad in 1970. Gusakov was born into a family of alcoholics, and suffered from mental health issues from an early age, but these were often ignored due to the ongoing World War II. In April, Gusakov attacked a 9-year-old girl, and also a young couple, where he hit the man with a blunt object before killing the woman. The surviving man was able to describe the assailant to the police.
08. Aleksey Vasilevich Sukletin
Killed and cannibalized at least seven girls and women in Tartarstan between 1979 and 1985. He was born in 1943, in Kazan, RSFSR, Soviet Union. Sukletin would sometimes sell the human meat to neighbors, stating they were clippings from animal meat, which Fyodorova once threatened to expose. Sukletin was arrested in the summer of 1985, several months after the killing of Lidiya Fyodorova.
07. Anatoly Yemelianovich Slivko
He was a Soviet serial killer, convicted of the killing of 7 people in and around Nevinnomyssk between 1964 and 1985. Slivko was executed by firing squad on 16 September 1989. On July 23, 1985, Slivko killed his final victim, a 13-year-old boy named Sergei Pavlov, who disappeared after telling a neighbor he was going to meet the leader of Chergid. n 1980, a 13-year-old boy named Sergei Fatsiev, who along with Nesmeyanov and Pogasyan was a member of Chergid, disappeared. The next victim was a fifteen-year-old named Vyacheslav Khovistik, who was killed in 1982.
06. Andrei Romanovich Chikatilo
He was a Soviet serial killer, nicknamed the Butcher of Rostov, the Red Ripper, and the Rostov Ripper, who committed the sexual assault, murder, and mutilation of at least 52 women and children between 1978 and 1990 in the Russian SFSR, the Ukrainian SSR and the Uzbek SSR. Chikatilo himself later claimed not to have eaten bread until the age of twelve adding that he and his family often had to eat grass and leaves in an effort to stave off hunger. Chikatilo recalled his childhood as being blighted by poverty, ridicule, hunger, and war.
05. Nikita Vakhtangovich Lytkin and Artyom Alexandrovich Anoufriev
This pair of killers were arrested in connection with a series of six murders and nine attacks on local residents in Akademgorodok of Irkutsk. hey told doctors that they chose weak and drunk people as their victims. The court case against Anoufriev and Lytkin was scheduled to begin after the completion of the investigation by March 2012. This pair was just teens and known as serial killers.
04. Maxim Vladimirovich Petrov
He is a Russian serial killer, convicted for the killing of 12 people in St Petersburg between 1999 and 2000. He was nicknamed Doctor Death by the Russian media, was a practicing doctor who targeted patients from a local health center, killing them by lethal injection at their homes then robbing them. Petrov was suspected of committing 19 murders, but tried for just 17. He was sentenced by judge Valentina Kudriashova to life imprisonment.
03. Alexander Nikolaevich Tchayka
He is a Ukrainian spree killer, also known as The Fur Coat Hunter, convicted of the killing of 4 women in Moscow over a two-week period in early 1994. n 1989, 14-year-old Tchayka was arrested and convicted for participating in the gang-rape of a young girl, receiving a 5-year sentence at a prison near Kharkiv, but was released early on parole on July 16, 1993 for excellent behavior. nineteen year-old Tchayka committed his first murder, killing a 38-year-old woman by stabbing her twenty-one times with a knife.
02. Alexander Yuryevich “Sasha” Pichushkin
He is also known as The Chessboard Killer and The Bitsa Park Maniac, is a Russian serial killer. He is believed to have killed at least forty-eight people, and possibly as many as sixty, in southwest Moscow’s Bitsa Park, where a number of the victims’ bodies were found. Pichushkin fell backwards off a swing as a child and was then struck in the forehead as it swung back. Expert doctors have speculated that this event damaged the frontal cortex of Pichushkin’s brain with such damage being known to produce poor impulse regulation and a tendency towards aggression. Pichushkin was an outstanding chess player, and in these games against generally elderly men, Pichushkin first found a channel for his aggression by dominating the chessboard in all of his games.
01. Pavel Skachevsky
Is a Russian criminal on the list of “Individuals banned from the UK for stirring-up hatred. Leaders of a violent gang that beat migrants and posted films of their attacks on the internet. Considered to be engaging in unacceptable behaviour by fomenting serious criminal activity and seeking to provoke others to serious criminal acts. In April 2007 Police arrested Skachevsky. This was following the murder of Armenian businessman, Karen Abramian. Abramian was stabbed at the entrance to his Moscow apartment. Skachevsky was sentenced to penal labour for 10 years.
A world known Russian serial killer convicted of murdering 49 people has been flooded with letters from alleged admirers. – Russia has reportedly blocked the release of the film “Child 44,” claiming the movie distorts history. The movie was based on a true story about a Russian serial killer. The killer went undetected for several years. Based on one of the most infamous cases in entire history of Soviet Russia, Tom Hardy tracks the trail left by a murderous psychopath in the film. Man is indeed the cruelest animal, and a blind scroll through Netflix will reveal any number of films that explore the evil humanity suppresses. Watch the Child 44 trailer starring Tom Hardy as a Soviet police officer investigating a serial killer. Gary Oldman and Noomi Rapace also star. this movie tracks the true story of the hunt for the most prolific serial killer in Soviet Russian history. Fears of censorship in Russia as Ridley Scott film about serial killer, starring Gary Oldman, withdrawn over ‘distortion of facts and interpretation. at better way to celebrate the arrival of spring than with a film that places you squarely in the icy tundra of Soviet-era Russia? A politically-charged serial killer thriller set in 1953 Soviet Russia, “Child 44”. Child 44,” a film noir set in Soviet Russia, makes 1953 look like a great time to be in law enforcement. In this fact-based film, Russian forensics expert Burakov (Stephen Rea) tracks a serial killer over several years. Bukhanovsky, a psychiatrist in Russia claims There are no serial killers in the Soviet state. It is a decadent Western phenomenon.