Killer Destinations

Check out infamous locations made famous by some of the most heinous serial killers in history.
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Los Angeles

Charles Manson was responsible for the Tate/LaBianca 'Helter Skelter' murders in Los Angeles.

Boston

Serial killer Albert Disavow, The Boston Strangler, murdered 13 women in Beacon Hill and other areas of Boston.

Austin

Shooter Charles Whitman killed 16 people and wounded 32 from atop the University of Texas Clock Tower in Austin.

Green River, WA

Gary Leon Ridgway strangled 70+ women and dumped their bodies along the Green River around Seattle and Tacoma, WA.

Queens, NY

David Berkowitz, aka the Son of Sam, claimed his neighbor's dog ordered him to shoot people on the streets of Queens, NY.

Washington, DC

Snipers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo terrorized the people in and around Washington, DC's I-495 Beltway.

London

Serial killer Jack the Ripper hacked prostitutes to death in and around the Whitechapel district of London in 1888.

Alcatraz

Alcatraz, aka The Rock, in the San Francisco Bay housed some notorious killers like Machine Gun Kelly and the Birdman.

Interstate 5

Serial killer Randall Woodfield murdered 18 women along the I-5 Highway running from Washington state to California.

National Museum of Crime & Punishment

Ted Bundy's car and the set of America's Most Wanted can both be seen in the National Museum of Crime & Punishment in DC.