Alexander Pichushkin known as the Chessboard Killer. Convicted of murdering 48 victims and suspected of killing 61. Claimed to have murdered 63 people out of his goal of 64 to fill a chessboard; stated goal of becoming Russia's most prolific serial killer.

Alexander Pichushkin known as the Chessboard Killer. Convicted of murdering 48 victims and suspected of killing Claimed to have murdered 63 people out of his goal of 64 to fill a chessboard; stated goal of becoming Russia's most prolific serial killer.

www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Pichushkin Alexander Pichushkin.Russian.Said his aim was 2 kill 64 people,the #of squares on a chessboard.He primarily targeted elderly homeless men by luring them w/vodka.After drinking w/them,he'd kill'em hitting them on the head with a hammer.He then stuck vodka bottles in their skulls 2 ensure they didnt survive.He'd always attack from behind 2 avoid spilling blood on his clothes.'For me,life without murder is like life without food"Convicted of 49…

Russian serial killer Alexander Pichushkin, nicknamed The Chessboard Killer, was caught in Moscow and convicted in

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Entrance of the house where Alexander Pichushkin...

Entrance of the house where Alexander Pichushkin lived. Snow on the car and on the bench is not cleaned for several days - this is Russia, there’s nobody cares.

Anonymous said: This may be a stupid question but do you know any blogs that revolve around or mainly talk about the chessboard killer Alexander Pichushkin? Answer: If you scroll through the Alexander...

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Russia had never seen anything quite like the prolific serial killer Alexander Pichushkin, for whom “life without killing is like life without food.” How many lives did he take? More than Jeffrey Dahmer, Jack the Ripper, and the Son of Sam combined. The terrifying thing is, no one—not even Pichushkin himself—really knows for sure

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Russia had never seen anything quite like the prolific serial killer Alexander Pichushkin, for whom “life without killing is like life without food.” How many lives did he take? More than Jeffrey Dahmer, Jack the Ripper, and the Son of Sam combined. The terrifying thing is, no one—not even Pichushkin himself—really knows for sure

Alexander Pichushkin | Alexander Yuryevich "Sasha" Pichushkin, also known as The Chessboard Killer and The Bitsa Park Maniac, is a Russian serial killer. He is believed to have killed at least 49 people, and possibly as many as 60, in southwest Moscow's Bitsa Park, where a number of the victims' bodies were found.

Known as the Chessboard Killer, Alexander Pichushkin was convicted of murdering 48 people in Moscow in He appeared to be in competit.

Alexander Yuryevich "Sasha" Pichushkin, better known as The Chessboard Killer and The Bitsa Park Maniac, is a Russian serial killer who was apprehended in..

Alexander Yuryevich "Sasha" Pichushkin, better known as The Chessboard Killer and The Bitsa Park Maniac, is a Russian serial killer who was apprehended in.

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Born : April 1974 Number of victims : Date of murders : 1992 - 2006 Method of murder : Bludgeoning Location : Moscow, R.

Alexander Pichushkin

Police: Alexander, tell us about this sewer. Pichushkin: Well I drowned Ludmilla and many others in it. Police: How many people? Pichushkin: I guess it’s sixteen or something like that.

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