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According to the Sun , the investigative team has uncovered incriminating evidence against Hodel's father, Dr. In February , the team conducted an extensive search of the doctor's home, where Buster had previously detected the scent of human decomposition in several areas of the basement, according to reports.
Following their search, soil samples taken from Dr. Hodel's home were reportedly submitted for lab testing. Other evidence against George Hodel, according to his son, includes an old recording of a conversation between the doctor and an unknown person, during which Dr. Hodel allegedly stated, "Supposin' I did kill the Black Dahlia. They couldn't prove it now.
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In the late 80's, Robert Berdella tortured and killed six men, chopped their bodies into small pieces, and stuffed their remains into dog-food bags, according to The New York Daily News. He also kept detailed notes on each of his victims, which later helped investigators prove their murders. Berdella almost got away with it all. Had it not been for his seventh would-be victim, year-old Christopher Bryson, who managed to escape from the second floor of Berdella's home, he may have not been caught.
Berdella was originally charged with sexual assault, but after police obtained a search warrant, they found human remains and other wallets of other victims.
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He was sentenced to life imprisonment and died of a heart attack in jail in Dennis Nilsen terrorized London in the late 70's and early 80's, killing 15 men over a five-year period. Nilsen would pick up young men at bars and take them back to his home. There, he'd strangle or drown them. Once dead, he'd bathe and dress the bodies, according to The International Business Times. He admitted to police that he kept the bodies for extended periods of time before disposing of them so that he could have sex with them and talk to them.
In the late 80's and 90's, Herbert Baumeister would lure gay men back to his pool house then strangle them and dump them in the woods behind his home, according to People magazine.
Baumeister had his pool area decorated with mannequins that were set up to seem like they were having a pool party. Baumeister's young son, Erich, even stumbled upon the remains of one victim while he was playing in the backyard. Once Baumeister realized the police were onto him he fled to Ontario, Canada and shot himself in the head at Pinery Provincial Park. In his suicide note, he blamed his failing marriage and business as the reason for his suicide and never confessed to any of the murders.
Police estimate that he killed somewhere between people. In police found the emaciated body of year-old Indianapolis resident, Sylvia Likens. She was covered in cigarette burns and sprawled out on a filthy mattress in the home of year-old Gertrude Baniszewski, according to Indianapolis Monthly. Sylvia and her sister Jenny boarded with Baniszewski because their parents were carnival-workers and traveled a lot.
If the money arrived late and Baniszewski took out her anger on the girls.
Eventually, she focused her beatings on Sylvia, alone. But, this wasn't a crime of an adult beating on a child; Baniszewski was the mother of seven children, all of whom lived in the house and partook in the violent and sadistic attacks against Sylvia. Neighborhood kids, some as young as 10, were invited to join in or watch. No one reported anything. In October , Sylvia was beaten to death. Baniszewski apparently forced a neighbor to call the police and tell them Sylvia ran away.
When police arrived at the home, Jenny Likens, Sylvia's younger sister, apparently whispered to one of the officers, "Get me out of here and I'll tell you everything. Baniszewski got 20 years in prison and was then released, she moved to Iowa, changed her name and died of lung cancer in The others, who were mainly children, all got away with short sentences if any. Katherine Knight, an Australian woman stabbed her partner, John Price, to death times in Knight then skinned him, decapitated his head, and cooked up parts of his body.
She set her dining room table for two and served the cooked meat with baked potatoes and side vegetables.
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She placed handwritten notes next to each table setting with the names of Price's children on them — she was attempting to serve them their father for dinner. When police finally arrived at the house they found Knight in a comatose state with pills spilled out on the floor. They also found Price's head boiling in a pot of soup on the stove. Knight was the first woman to be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. About a year later a fisherman found the remains of a year-old woman, Linda Salee, who had disappeared the year before. Police ended up finding four more bodies and eventually tracked them all back to Brudos.
He confessed to the murders in gory detail to the police. After keeping the body of his first victim for several months, in order to dress her up, he eventually dumped the victim in the river, but not before sawing off a foot to use for trying on heels and taking photos of them. In another horrific find, detectives discovered that he would keep souvenirs of his crimes including shoes, bras, girdles and even a paperweight he made out of human breasts.
He killed 10 people between and but wasn't arrested until Once apprehended, police searched Rader's home and found photos of Rader with his victims.