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Top 11 Child Killers the Ones Who Are Going to Freak You Out

Top 11 Child Killers the Ones Who Are Going to Freak You Out

We had already told you about the scariest serial killers to have ever existed, from Albert Fish to Ted Bundy, these killers with well-known names who, like Charles Manson, are sometimes raised to the rank of rock star. However, history seems less quick to remember the name of the crazy killers to bind when they do not exceed 15 years of age. And yet, disturbing as it may be, child killers exist and the news is peppered with these chilling news items. Be careful, some details are a little raw, sensitive souls go your way.

1. Mary Bell - United Kingdom
Like a lot of child killers, Mary Bell is frightening by the total gratuitousness of her acts. In 1968, on the eve of her 11th birthday, she strangled little Martin Brown, 4, in an abandoned house. A few days later, accompanied by one of her friends, she broke into an orphanage and ransacked the place. We will find there words where she confessed her crimes, but the police thought it was a joke in bad taste. In July of the same year, the 2 girls kidnapped Brian Howe, a 3-year-old boy, before killing him in a nearby wasteland. The boy was strangled before Mary carved an M on his stomach with a razor blade. The girl took the opportunity to cut some of her victim's hair, lacerate his legs and mutilate his penis.

The specialists who treated Mary Bell during and after her trial explain her psychopathic behavior by the very difficult childhood of the young killer: her prostitute mother would have tried to kill her on several occasions. She also allegedly forced her to have sex with some of her clients. All this before the age of 10. She was released from prison in 1980 at the age of 23.

2. Jon Venables and Robert Thompson - United Kingdom
James Bulger's mother had no idea that by leaving her 3-year-old son in front of the butcher for a few minutes, she had just condemned him. Jon Venables and Robert Thompson, both aged 10, had a very simple goal. They wanted to isolate the child so that he would be hit by a vehicle. As they walked over 3km, they roughed up James by hitting him and knocking him on his head. When they reached a railroad track, they threw paint in his eyes before stoning him and hitting him with bricks and iron bars. Before leaving, they placed his body on the rails and partially covered it with bricks. According to forensic scientists, little Jamie was dead before the train hit him.

Arrested and sentenced, the 2 child killers were released after 8 years of incarceration with new identities remained secret. Not long ago, however, Venables resurfaced being arrested after downloading child pornography. He was to be released again in the coming days, however.

3. Graham Young - United Kingdom
Graham Young follows the somewhat romantic line of poisoners. From an early age, he was fascinated by poisons and their effects on humans as well as by killers such as Dr. Hawley Crippen, William Palmer and Adolf Hitler. Two somewhat disturbing passions if you ask our opinion. He very quickly begins to experiment with his concoctions on the first guinea pigs that come his way: his family and friends. Diarrhea, vomiting, it's not going strong for the Young family. In 1962, it was the mother of Father Young's new wife who died. She is the first victim of young Graham, then 14 years old.

Arrested after one of his teachers found his notebooks full of notes and drawings of dying men a little weird, he is imprisoned in a high-security hospital. This will not prevent him from poisoning several of his fellow inmates. Released at 23, he moved in with his sister and very quickly got back to his little mania. Following the poisoning death of two of his colleagues, Young is sent back to prison where he will end his life.

4. Barry Dale Loukaitis - Washington, EU
The fact that his cuckold and jealous mother planned to kill herself on Valentine's Day, telling him that he should do the same, perhaps unsettled Barry Dale Loukaitis a little. Being often mocked and bullied at school shouldn't have helped much either. Still, one day in February, Barry bursts into his math class dressed like a Wild West cowboy. And armed as such. He then opens fire on his classmates and his teacher, screaming in the midst of general panic: "It's still better than math eh?" His goal was then to take students hostage and use them to get out of school without worry. It was without counting on the courage of a professor of PE who managed to neutralize the young man of 15 years. Loukaitis is currently serving two life sentences plus 205 years. To be sure.

5. Lionel Tate - Florida, EU
Lionel Tate is the youngest person ever to receive a life sentence: he was only 12 years old. He was convicted of the murder of a 6-year-old girl her mother was babysitting at the time. No one really knows what happened. Lionel first asserted that they were playing wrestling and that he wanted to be "like the pro", which suggested the thesis of an accident. However, various contradictions as well as the forensic analyzes pointed in another direction: the girl would have suffered numerous traumas to the stomach, skull and ribs, in total more than 35 injuries. Tate then changed his story by claiming to have jumped on him from the stairs. Sentenced to life, his sentence was reduced in 2004 and he was released due to the unfair trial the child had received. in particular because he did not understand, at the time, the charges against him. He has since returned to prison and is serving a 30-year sentence for robbing a pizza delivery boy.

6. George Stinney - South Carolina, USA
The United States is a fan of prison records. Before the record for the youngest life with Lionel Tate, they already held the record for the youngest person executed in the 20th century. Strangely, this is also a young black man, this time in the early 1940s, a time not really known for his tolerance. George Stinney was 14 when, on June 16, 1944, he was executed for the murder of two girls, aged 11 and 8, found in a muddy pit. The young man confessed very quickly and probably under duress (there is no written proof of his confession), but could not be properly defended during his trial (which lasted only one day) since his parents had been expelled from the city. Stinney was rehabilitated 70 years after the fact, in 2014, by a judge who reopened the investigation.

7. Eric Smith - New-York, EU
On August 2, 1993, 13-year-old Eric Smith managed to isolate a 4-year-old boy, Derrick Robie, in a wood. After strangling him and hitting him in the face with stones, he subjected him to multiple abuses, sometimes sexual. He confessed everything a few days after the burial of his victim.

Eric was often the butt of mockery for his thick glasses, red hair, and protruding ears, but that doesn't explain the resentment and violence of his crime. A psychologist diagnosed him with intermittent explosive disorder that would prevent him from controlling his impulses, but this has never been verified. Despite more than half a dozen appeals, he is still in prison today.

8. Jasmine Richardson and Jeremy Steinke - Canada
Jasmine Richardson or When Teenage Passion and Macabre Horror Meet: Then 12-year-old Jasmine's parents had forbidden her from seeing her boyfriend, a 23-year-old man named Jeremy Steinke. Undoubtedly manipulated by the latter, the young girl agreed to take part in what turned out to be a bloodbath. Steinke went to the Richardsons' home to kill his girlfriend's parents. He then walked upstairs and forced Jasmine to stab her 8 year old little brother. In a cavalcade that is strangely reminiscent of the film Born Killers (Steinke claimed to have watched this film just before taking action), the 2 lovers fled before being quickly caught up and condemned. During the trial, it was quickly realized that young Jasmine had not been manipulated and that she had herself often asked her boyfriend to kill her family.

9. Alyssa Bustamante - Missouri, EU
Most frightening about Alyssa Bustamante is the composure and hindsight with which the 15-year-old indulged in her atrocities. Using her little sister as bait, she managed to isolate a 9-year-old girl in a remote wooded area. After stabbing her violently, she slit her throat. His only motivation? “See what it felt like. "

In her diary, she even explains that she took some pleasure in it. If it is difficult to explain the passage to the act of Alyssa, several psychologists evoked her depression and her multiple suicide attempts in order to raise the fragility of the young girl. Sentenced to life imprisonment with the possibility of appeal, she is still in prison today.

10. Joshua Phillips - Florida, EU
On November 3, 1998, little Maddie Clifton, 8, passed away. The entire Jacksonville region is mobilized to find her, without success. His young neighbor, Joshua Phillips, is also taking part in the research.

Seven days later, the latter's mother noticed a leak on her son's waterbed. Upon closer inspection of the leak, she discovers Maddie's corpse, hidden under her son's bed. Phillips, then 14, says he played baseball with Maddie and hit her in the eye with his bat by accident. Panicked, he dragged the girl to her room where he strangled her with her telephone cable for nearly 15 minutes. Since that didn't work, he stabbed her a dozen times before hitting her again with his bat. Convicted of murder, Phillips is now serving a life sentence without the possibility of appeal, although his mother has been trying for several years to have his sentence reviewed.

11. Jesse Pomeroy - Massachussetts, EU
Born in 1859 in Charlestown, Jesse Pomeroy is an enigma. Little is known about his life before he was 11, when he began to kidnap other children before stripping them and torturing them with pins and knives. He was caught and sent to a recovery camp until he was 21. At least that's what was expected since he was released a year and a half later for good behavior. Barely out, he kidnapped and killed Katie Curran, a 10 year old girl, and was also charged with the murder of a 4 year old child whose body was found in Dorchester Bay. Sentenced to life imprisonment, he spent most of his sentence in solitary confinement and died of natural causes at the age of 72.

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