Everyone is lucky in their own way. The heroes of these mugshots got lucky because of their mind-blowing mugshots, and their good looks, of course. While some of you may think “Who needs to commit a crime when you have these looks, just do modeling!” they did commit different crimes and that is why we can now enjoy these jail masterpieces.
All have incredible social media following. Some of them even excelled in catching the business opportunity, like Jeremy Meeks and his path to fame. But enough words, let’s have a look!
These people are serial killers who were notorious for multiple, gruesome crimes they’d committed in their lifetimes. Some of them had psychological disorders, others had addictions, traumas, and a variety of other crime triggers. Most of their crimes included torturing and killing people, sometimes having sexual intercourse with the victim. They had their nicknames and the corresponding reputation. Let’s get down to the mugshots of some of the terrifying people in the 19th and 20th centuries.
A serial killer is typically a person who commits crime more than once, and there is usually a time period between the crimes. A number of psychiatrists and FBI agents tried to find the reason why a person would have a call to murder one after another, and they came to the conclusion that every case is different. Some serial killers may be thrilled by anger, some by financial gain or sometimes simple lack of attention. Here are the top serial killers you should know about:
A 19-year-old student of Saint Joseph University in Pennsylvania who had traveled to Bermuda with his college team was found dead. The authorities in Bermuda confirmed the death of the American student who was reported missing since Sunday.
Vintage mugshots give us the extraordinary opportunity to look back and see how things have changed over the years. In this collection of vintage mugshots of women, you can let your imagination go a little wild. On the more serious side, these are real mugshots of women with real stories. Women were arrested and sentenced on a daily basis, sometimes even without sufficient evidence. Let’s have a look:
A former neurologist is accused of sexually abusing seven women patients in New Jersey and New York. He is currently facing 15 counts of sexual assault charges, including eight counts of second-degree assault and seven counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual contact. Last month Ricardo Cruciani was additionally charged with rape, sexual assault and criminal sex acts in New York City.
A large collection of incredible vintage mugshots from the 1920s were restored from the Historic Houses Trust. These mugshots include a short description of the person and the nature of the crime they committed. Here are some of the most impressive ones:
A US Air Force man shot and killed his wife and two children, later called 911 to report their deaths. He thanked the operators and then directed the gun towards himself.