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Andrei Chikatilo. “The Butcher of Rostov”. By: Sarah Shepard. Serial Killer:. A serial killer is a murderer who kills multiple people typically using the same patterns or techniques in his killings.

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Andrei Chikatilo

“The Butcher of

Rostov”

By: Sarah Shepard

serial killer
Serial Killer:
  • A serial killer is a murderer who kills multiple people typically using the same patterns or techniques in his killings.
  • A serial killer usually has had a rough childhood. (i.e. sexually abused, an outcast by peers, physically abused, very low financial state)
  • Occasionally have a mental illness causing them to think and feel irrationally
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Background:

  • Born October 16, 1936 in Yablachnoye, Ukraine
  • Father was called to army during WWII
  • During war, the government forced farmers to give all of their crops up for statewide distribution.
  • Starvation struck many people in Ukraine and in turn Cannibalism started to become very popular.
  • Chikatilo’s mother used to tell him that his brother had been kidnapped and cannibalized by his neighbors as a threat to keep him from going out at night, but this was never proven.
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Background (cont.)

  • Had to share a bed with his mother and was a chronic bed wetter
  • His mother beat him and humiliated him because of it.
  • FACT: more than 60% of serial killers wet the bed passed the age of 12.
  • 1963 Chikatilo got married and had 2 kids, a boy and a girl
  • Became a teacher but was fired because of several complaints of attempted molestation
  • Never felt adequate and was constantly teased and taunted throughout his life for multiple reasons and often because he was sexually incompetent
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Chikatilo: the Murderer

  • December 22, 1978 he convinced a 9 yr old girl to come to an old house he had secretly bought by giving her bubblegum
  • He tried to rape her but failed to get an erection
  • He stabbed her to death while ejaculating in the process.
  • From then on he could only be aroused by stabbing his victims to death.
  • He then drug the 9 yr olds body into a river.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RThfObqSZF0&feature=related
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His victims:

  • Killed multiple more victims during 1982 & 83 and 15 more in 1984
  • Victims ages varied from 7 to 45 and were both male and female.
  • Typically tried to have intercourse with his adult female victims but couldn’t get an erection which caused him to become very angry and murderous.
  • Mainly attacked runaways and young vagrants by train and bus stations and take them to a nearby forest rape and kill them.
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Number Name Sex Age Date of Murder Notes

  • 1 Yelena Zakotnova F 9 December 22, 1978
  • 2 Larisa Tkachenko F 17 September 3, 1981
  • 3 LyubovBiryuk F 12 June 12, 1982
  • 4 LyubovVolobuyeva F 14 July 25, 1982
  • 5 Oleg Pozhidayev M 9 August 13, 1982 The body was not found
  • 6 Olga Kuprina F 16 August 16, 1982
  • 7 Irina Korabelnikova F 19 September 8, 1982
  • 8 Sergey Kuzmin M 15 September 15, 1982
  • 9 Olga Stalmachenok F 10 December 11, 1982
  • 10 Laura Sarkisyan F 15 After June 18, 1983
  • 11 Irina Dunenkova F 13 July 1983
  • 12 Lyudmila Kushuba F 24 July 1983
  • 13 Igor Gudkov M 7 August 9, 1983 The youngest victim
  • 14 ValentinaChuchulina F 22 After September 19, 1983
  • 15 Unknown woman F 18-25 Summer or autumn 1983
  • 16 Vera Shevkun F 19 October 27, 1983
  • 17 Sergey Markov M 14 December 27, 1983
  • 18 Natalya Shalapinina F 17 January 9, 1984
  • 19 Marta Ryabenko F 45 February 21, 1984
  • 20 DmitriyPtashnikov M 10 March 24, 1984
  • 21 TatyanaPetrosyan F 32 May 1984 Murdered together with her daughter Svetlana
  • 22 Svetlana Petrosyan F 11 May 1984
  • 23 Yelena Bakulina F 22 June 1984
  • 24 DmitriyIllarionov M 13 July 10, 1984
  • 25 Anna Lemesheva F 19 July 19, 1984
  • 26 Svetlana Tsana F 20 July 1984
  • 27 Natalya Golosovskaya F 16 August 2, 1984
  • 28 Lyudmila Alekseyeva F 17 August 7, 1984
  • 29 Unknown woman F Unknown August 8-11, 1984 Murdered in Tashkent, Uzbek SSR
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30 AkmaralSeydaliyeva F 12 August 13, 1984 Murdered in Tashkent

  • 31 Alexander Chepel M 11 August 28, 1984
  • 32 Irina Luchinskaya F 24 September 6, 1984
  • 33 Natalya Pokhlistova F 18 July 31, 1985 Murdered near Domodedovo,
  • 34 Irina (Inessa) Gulyayeva F 18 August 25, 1985
  • 35 Oleg Makarenkov M 13 May 16, 1987
  • 36 Ivan Bilovetskiy M 12 July 29, 1987Murdered in Zaporozhye,
  • 37 Yuri Tereshonok M 16 September 15, 1987 Murdered in Leningrad oblast
  • 38 Unknown woman F Unknown April 1988
  • 39 AlexeyVoronko M 9 May 15, 1988
  • 40 YevgeniyMuratov M 15 July 14, 1988
  • 41 TatyanaRyzhova F 16 March 8, 1989
  • 42 Alexander Dyakonov M 8 May 11, 1989
  • 43 AlexeyMoiseyev M 10 June 20, 1989
  • 44 Helena Varga F 19 August 19, 1989 student from Hungary
  • 45 AlexeyKhobotov M 10 August 28, 1989
  • 46 AndreyKravchenko M 11 January 14, 1990
  • 47 YaroslavMakarov M 10 March 7, 1990
  • 48 LyubovZuyeva F 31 April 1990
  • 49 Viktor Petrov M 13 July 28, 1990
  • 50 Ivan Fomin M 11 August 14, 1990
  • 51 VadimGromov M 16 October 16, 1990
  • 52 Viktor Tishchenko M 16 October 30, 1990
  • 53 Svetlana Korostik F 22 November 6, 1990
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Arrested:

  • Chikatilo was first arrested and held because of a minor theft from one of his employees. However, the police noticed him doing suspicious things at a bus stop and this theft excuse was good enough to keep him in holding for further investigation.
  • But was later released because of lack of evidence in Dec of 1984.
  • On nov. 6 1990 a policeman saw him walking out of the woods with blood smeared on his face.
  • The officer got his name and later found 2 dead women in the same woods chikatilo walked out of.
  • The police then put him on 24/7 watch and followed him around with undercover video cameras.
  • He was taped drunk while showing suspicious behavior with children.
  • He was then arrested and eventually confessed to his murders and rape.
  • It took 2 days for the judge to read the list of indictments.
caught
Caught:
  • Chikatilo eventually confessed and described all 56 of his murders ( the police only had counted 36 from their records)
  • Many of the victims were either murdered far away from Chikatilos home and others where buried and investigators were unable to find the bodies until Chikatilo took them to them.
  • Went to trial on April 14,1992
  • Kept in an iron cage in the center of the court room to keep the families of the victims from harming him.
  • Trial ended in July and sentencing was on October 15
  • Found guilty for 52 of the 53 murders and received the death sentence and was executed by a single gunshot to the back of the head on Feb. 14th.
sources used
Sources Used
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrei_Chikatilo
  • A&E Biography- Andrei Chikatilo
  • http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/serial_killers/notorious/chikatilo/coat_1.html