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Serial killing, or multiple murders, are not a new phenomenon.. They have been going on for centuries around the world. A former chief of the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit, John Douglas has been reported as saying that, “A very conservative estimate is that there are between thirty-five and fifty active serial killers in the United States at any given time.”
Normally, when one thinks of serial killers, it is a male that comes to mind such as Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Albert DeSalvo, or John Wayne Gacy. However, women have been multiple killers since early times:
Women serial killers are no way as numerous in number as their male counterparts, but it has been estimated that one of every six serial killers in the US today (that is 8%) of all American serial killers is a woman. American women account for 76% of all female serial killers worldwide.
Society finds women serial killers particularly gruesome as women are meant to represent gentleness, caring, and nurturing and although they may not be as numerous as the male serial killer they are, however, just as deadly – maybe even more so. Overall, they tend to be quiet killers and more subtle.
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