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  • Serial Killers
    • Abattoir
        • Also known as Arnold Etchison, serial killer convinced that his family is evil and that he can absorb something of their life force by killing them and desecrating their corpses.(Issue #625)
    • The Aberdeen Strangler
        • Private investigator Dexter Colt tells Groundskeeper Willie that he's the spitting image of the Aberdeen Strangler. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Alan and Judith Anderson
        • A couple responsible for several murders together. (Season 9 episode Mr. & Mrs. Anderson)
    • The Angel Maker
        • Cortland Bryce Ryan. Serial killer and serial rapist who appeared via flashbacks. (Season 4 episode The Angel Maker)
    • Ass Crack Bandit
        • Criminal that drops quarters into students' ass cracks when they bend over to pick something up. From Season 5 episode 2.
    • Baby Button-Eyes
        • Toy doll with eyes made of buttons that came from the trousers of a psychotic killer from horror movie The Re-Deadening that Homer takes the kids - including Rod and Todd Flanders - to see at Springfield Googolplex Theatres because everything else is sold out. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • The Babysitter Bandit
        • Criminal featured on America's Most Armed and Dangerous, the TV show Bart and Lisa watch when Homer and Marge go out to dinner, and as it turns out, the Simpson kids' babysitter. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
    • The Bay Harbor Butcher
        • Name that the news media gives the serial killer responsible for all of the bodies found in the bay. (Season 2)
    • Beauty Beast
        • Serial killer from the Beauty Beast horror movie franchise, the horror movie within the horror movie Slashing Beauty 4, the horror movie within the horror movie Cinderhella III: Blood Ball. Played by Ron Jeremy.
    • Black River Ripper
        • Serial killer Buzz mentions in Season 5 Episode 2. Buzz Hickey: "I'm a monster? I was in the storm drain lair of the Black River Ripper. I have seen human heads used for things other than heads, so ya best not be calling me a monster."
    • The Blissfield Butcher
        • Local urban legend serial killer in the city of Blissfield that started his reign of terror in 1977 that kills high school students around homecoming.
    • The Boston Reaper
        • George Foyet. Psychopathic, prolific, narcissistic, and hebephilic serial killer, brief spree killer, one-time mass murderer, and one-time cop killer. (Season 4 and Season 5)
    • The Brooklyn Bra Butcher
        • Fictional serial killer from the Serve & Protect TV show. Detective Cole Tracker (Nathan Fillion) catches him in Season 8, episode 16. (Season 4 episode Serve & Protect)
    • Bullets Durgom
        • Ralph spots wanted killer Bullets Durgom on his bus and helps the police capture him. (episode Finger Man)
    • The Bureau Burner
        • Serial arsonist that bombs The Metro Tax Bureau building to protest new TV taxes (episode Rakers)
    • Burke and Hare
        • Serial killers that teamed up to suffocate their victims, which became known as Burking. Killers featured in the Murderers Row exhibit at Ferguson's Wax Museum. (Episode The New Exhibit)
    • The Butcher Knife Killer
        • Serial Killer from Frasier's new lawyer girlfriend's trial (Season 5 episode My Fair Frasier)
    • The Butcher
        • Lee Mullens. Prolific serial killer that targeted Caucasian blondes in their 20s. (Season 6 episode Remembrance of Things Past)
    • The Cantebury Killer (serial Killer)
        • Serial killer that Sherlock Holmes catches. Watson writes a book about it.
    • Casanova
        • Technically more of a collector than a killer, unless his victims fail to follow his rules.
    • Casanova Killer
        • Jim Gelway, the serial killer that Alex attempts to catch in the opening sequence - his car goes over the Virginia Falls dam.
    • Charles Lee Ray
        • Serial killer whose soul is transferred into a Good Guys doll, and becomes Chucky.
    • The Chowder Killer
        • Joke Jake and Santiago make when The Vulture's girlfriend ask what they were talking about before she arrived. (Season 5 episode The Venue)
    • Cinderhella
        • Serial killer from the Cinderhella horror movie franchise.
    • Cinderhella (copycat)
        • Serial killer in the real world inspired by the fictional serial killer from the horror movie franchise Cinderhella.
    • The Cue Ball Killer
        • Serial killer featured on America's Most Armed and Dangerous, the TV show Bart and Lisa watch when Homer and Marge go out to dinner. If you think you've seen him, call 1-800-U-SQUEAL. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
    • The Culinary Killer
        • Brian watches a crime TV show called Fugitives From Justice hosted by Maury Povich that profiles a serial killer called The Culinary Killer, a woman that kills her boarders and looks like Faye in Season 2 episode Murder She Roast.
        • Police blood splatter analyst and serial killer, also known as the Bay Harbor Butcher. (Season 1 episode Dexter)
    • The Disco Strangler
        • Serial killer who used yo-yo strings to kill his victims, caught by Captain Holt. (Pilot episode). Captain Holt's old nemesis has died... or has he? (Season 6 episode He Said, She Said)
    • Dr. TelAmeriCorp
        • Infamous child murderer played by Robert Englund (Season 3 episode A TelAmerican Horror Story)
    • Edgar Reese
        • Serial killer that Philadelphia Police Detective John Hobbes helped capture, now on death row.
    • Elton Stenger
        • Serial arsonist / serial killer transported to 1985 along with Ben and his friends. News Channel 8: "Today was the conclusion of the eight month trial of Elton Stenger, the man accused of murdering fourteen people in a series of vicious car bombings and shootings throughout the state of Florida. Judge Alan Waters ruled today that Stenger be convicted, and serve fourteen consecutive life sentences, a record number for the state of Florida. Stenger is being transported today into federal custody and will be tried in the state of New York for three additional murders."
    • The Fisher King
        • Randall Garner. Psychotic serial killer, stalker, hacker, bomber, one-time abductor, and one-time proxy killer (Season 1 and Season 2)
    • The Footpath Killer
        • Serial killer portrayed by Lukas Haas. (Season 1 episodes Extreme Aggressor, Compulsion)
    • The Fox
        • Karl Arnold, Sr. Prolific and pedophilic serial killer and family annihilator. (Season 1 and Season 5)
    • Hangman
        • Also known asThorton Meeks, serial killer that, after torturing his victims, hangs them in public places such as church steeples, balconies, freeway overpasses.
        • Cannibalistic serial killer caught by former FBI criminal profiler Will Graham.
    • The Have-You-Seen-Me Murderer
        • Max Poole. Serial killer, serial rapist, stalker, and abductor. (Season 3 episode About Face)
    • Henri Desire Landru
        • Serial killer that strangled spinsters and lonely widows, master of the garrote. Killer featured in the Murderers Row exhibit at Ferguson's Wax Museum. (Episode The New Exhibit)
    • The Highway 99 Killer
        • Armando Ruis Salinas. Robber, cop killer and serial-turned-spree killer and family annihilator. (Season 4 episode Catching Out)
    • The Hill Ripper
        • Rhett Walden, Jr. Schizophrenic abductor and serial killer. (Season 6 episode Reflection of Desire)
    • The Horde
        • Superhuman serial killer with multiple personalities.
    • I-5 Killer
        • Bob Wolverton (Kiefer Sutherland) was known as the I-5 Killer. He abducted young girls on I-5.
    • Ice Truck Killer
        • Serial killer that drains his victims of blood. (Season 1)
    • The Immortal
        • A primary who is also a serial killer responsible for the murder and dismemberment of at least 12 people between 1974 and '75 (Season 2 episode 6)
    • The Internet Killer
        • Robert Johnson. Serial killer, stalker, hacker, and abductor. (Season 5 episode The Internet Is Forever)
    • Jason Vorhees
        • The famous 80s slasher makes an appearance during the Simpsons couch gag. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX)
    • Jerry Robert Willis New record added 6/10/2021
        • Sick and sadistic serial killer that opened Willyís Wonderland in Hayesville in 1996.
    • The Jigsaw Killer
        • So named because he takes jigsaw puzzle shaped pieces of skin from his victims.
        • Serial killer that sets traps his victims must escape from.
    • Lakeshore Strangler
        • The voodoo-practicing serial killer that transfers his soul into a "Good-Guy" doll when he is shot in a toy store.
    • The Lakeshore Strangler
        • Originally Charles Lee Ray, serial killer that came to inhabit the murderous Good Guy doll known as Chucky.
    • The Lopper
        • Killer in Riverside Park that Kramer mentions, that Jerry gets back together with his girlfriend so he doesn't have to walk home at night. (Season 9 episode The Frogger)
    • The Mad Butcher Of Bakersfield
        • Steven Parkett. Stalker and abductor-turned-serial killer. (Season 10 episode X)
    • The Marietta Mangler
        • Also known as Garland Green. Serial killer played by Steve Buscemi.
    • Mike Donovan
        • Serial killer that kills children - until Dexter tracks him down and kills him. (Season 1 episode Dexter)
    • Minnesota Shrike
        • Serial killer in season 1 that killed girls that looked like his daughter. "Eating her is honoring her. Otherwise, it's just murder."
    • The Mirror Man
        • William Pratt. Delusional teenage serial killer, hacker, and stalker. (Season 10 episode Hashtag)
    • The Muttonchops Murderer
        • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart track down Mr. Burns and Homer at Mao's Den of Inequity in London's Opium District while searching for the Muttonchops Murderer. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • The Nanny Killer
        • Jonathan "Johnny" Ray Covey. Serial killer, serial rapist, stalker, and abductor. (Season 8 episode Nanny Dearest)
    • The Nashville Killer
        • Joe Belser. Delusional and misogynistic serial killer and stalker. (Season 5 episode The Slave of Duty)
    • The No Marks Killer
        • Serial killer on the loose in Season 5, suspected killer of The Colorado Kid.
    • Nurse Mary
        • Nurse that tries to kill Harry, Dexter's first victim. (Season 1 episode Popping Cherry)
    • Ouroboros
        • Episode Second Truths - Revenge killer originally active from 2009-2018. Most of the victims were pedophiles found with their eyes wide open. Turns out to be two guys - Dave Eldridge & Mike Venables. "No beginning. No end. Only death."
    • The Overkill Killer
        • Dwight's serial killer name, if he were a serial killer. Dwight: "Do I believe that Michael possesses the skills to survive in a hostel environment? Let's put it this way. No, I do not. This is what a true survivorman does." 
Michael: "You simulate a disaster, like a plane wreck. You can only wear the clothes that you have on. And you can only use the stuff that you have in your pockets. Now in this case, this disaster is a serial killer, creepy guy who's abducted me, and is taking me out into the wilderness to leave me for dead." Dwight: "I would never leave you for dead. You would never escape." Michael: "Well yes, I would and I would survive." Dwight: "I'd make sure that you were dead, believe me. Then I'd remove your teeth and cut off your fingertips so you couldn't be identified. And they would call me the Overkill Killer." (Season 4 episode Survivor Man)
    • The Owl's Kiss
        • With an owl's face and the nude body of a slender, young woman, The Owl's Kiss breaks into homes without a sound and murders people in their sleep.
    • Pennywise The Dancing Clown
        • Evil clown that preys on the children of Derry, Maine, every 27 years.
        • An ancient cosmic evil that preys on the children of Derry, Maine.
        • Evil clown that preys on the children of Derry, Maine, every 27 years.
    • The Poetry Boy Killer
        • Serial killer that murders criminals and leaves short poems with their bodies.
    • The Prince Of Darkness
        • Billy Flynn. Narcissist and prolific serial rapist, robber, abductor, cop killer, and serial-turned-spree killer. (Season 5 and Season 6)
    • The Road Warrior
        • Norman Hill. Delusional spree killer, thrill killer, and family annihilator. (Season 4 episode Normal)
    • Scary Terry
        • Legally safe knockoff of '80s horror character Freddy Krueger with miniature swords for fingers instead of knives. (Season 1 episode Lawnmower Dog)
        • You can run but you can't hide bitch!
        • Nothing but fear from here on out bitch!
        • Buckle up bitch!
        • Man he sure says bitch a lot!
        • Get off my back bitch!
        • Oh no I'm late to class bitch!
        • These halves don't belong together bitch!
        • This is because you don't give Morty Smith good grades bitch!
    • The Scranton Strangler
        • Serial killer in Scranton, George Howard skub, from various episodes.
    • The Seattle Strangler
        • Officer Timothy "Tim" Vogel. Serial killer, serial rapist, and abductor. (Season 1 episode Extreme Aggressor)
    • Slashing Beauty
        • Serial killer from the horror movie Slashing Beauty 4, the horror movie within the horror movie Cinderhella III.
    • The Smog Strangler
        • Serial killer loose in L.A. that Kramer is mistaken for. (Season 4 episode The Trip)
        • Dussander mentions the serial killer Springheel Jack, from Stephen King's short story Strawberry Spring in Night Shift.
    • Starling Slasher
        • Killer Roy goes after to test his new super strength.
    • The Stripping Bandit
        • Caleb Dale Sheppard. Bank robber-turned-spree killer. (Season 2 episode Psychodrama)
    • Stuntman Mike
        • Stalks young women before murdering them in staged car accidents using his "death-proof" stunt car.
    • The Blue Ridge Strangler
        • Brian Matloff, also known as Brian Genesee. Serial killer who suffered from amnesia. (Season 3 episode Tabula Rasa)
    • The Queen Of Diamonds
        • Izzy Rogers, also known as Lady X. Psychopathic, narcissistic, serial killer, mass murderer, assassin-turned-terrorist, bank robber, serial bomber, and cop killer. (Season 7 episodes Hit, Run)
    • The Tommy Killer
        • A serial rapist-killer active in San Diego targeting middle class women glues his victims eyes open. (Season 1 episode Plain Sight)
    • The Tooth Fairy
        • Serial killer (Real name Francis Dollarhyde) with an alternate personality known as The Great Red Dragon, that bites his victims' bodies, murdering entire families by shooting them in their beds.
    • True Night
        • Jonny "Jon" McHale. Psychotic vigilante, mass murderer, abductor, and serial-turned-spree killer. (Season 3 episode True Night)
    • The Vigilante
        • Marvin Doyle. Schizophrenic vigilante and serial-turned-spree killer. (Season 1 episode A Real Rain)
    • Walter Sullivan
        • Walter Sullivan is first referenced in a newspaper article detailing his suicide in his jail cell after his murder of two children.
        • Walter Sullivan was first referenced in Silent Hill2, in a newspaper article detailing his suicide in his jail cell after his murder of two children. Deaths in Silent Hill 4 bear similarities to Walter's modus operandi.
    • The West Side Strangler
        • The serial killer known as the West Side Strangler is caught when his fingerprints are identified on a powdered sugar donut... and then Sledge Hammer eats the donut. (Season 1 episode Miss of the spider woman)
    • William R. Sied
        • Serial killer that strangled children. The first dying breath that Dr. Alinger ever captured (Story: Last Breath)
    • The Womb Raider
        • Thomas "Tommy" Yates. Misogynistic, prolific abductor, one-time robber, and arsonist and serial-turned-spree killer and stalker. (Season 7 episode Profiling 101)

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