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Aileen Wuornos

She ran to Florida to escape the monster she had become, but it wasn't far enough. Go »

Al Capone

This gangster ordered executions, ran rackets and bootlegged liquor during the Prohibition, but it was income tax evasion that finally put him behind bars. Go »

Amon Goeth

As many as twelve thousand prisoners died in his concentration camp at Plaszów, many shot by him personally from his balcony. Go »

Andrea Yates

This Texan went from motherhood to a mental hospital by way of the bathtub. Go »

Anna Ayala

After collecting tips from the public, police evidence now points to her being an attempted con artist who bit off more than she could chew. Go »

Ashraf Sekkaki

you'd think that escaping from prison via helicopter would be so rare that there wouldn't be multiple Moroccans famous for it Go »

Augusto Pinochet

I once tried chili in August. Go »

Bernard Madoff

He was the top of the biggest pyramid in history until it all came crashing down. Go »

Bernhard Goetz

If you meet this guy in a darkened subway, whatever you do, don't try to rob him. Go »

Bernhard Goetz

Subway won't hire him for any promotional appearances, but the NRA might. Go »

Beverley Allitt

She once worked a children's ward, and is now a ward of the state. Go »

Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow

These two lovebirds were harder to stop than a speeding bullet, but they were eventually killed by 130 of them in 1934. Go »

Boston Corbett

Mercury poisoning perhaps made this Union soldier and avenger mad as a hatter. Go »

Bruce Jeffrey Pardo

California has some very bad Santas Go »

Bugsy Siegel

The murder business would never be as profitable as the tourist mecca he established. Go »

Butch Cassidy

This butcher and a bunch of wild criminals became some of the most famous train robbers in history. Go »

Casey Anthony

In the shadow of Florida's theme parks, a mother partied while a toddler lay buried for 31 days and no one said anything. Go »

Charles Manson

This lunatic killer almost belongs in the Family category. Go »

Charles Ponzi

Italians weren't known for pyramids, until this con artist came along. Go »

Charles Whitman

Campus life was never completely safe again after this deranged killer took aim from higher education. Go »

Claus von Bülow

This lawyer's luck turned around when he married a diabetic. Go »

Colton Harris-Moore

most teenagers just go to the Bahamas because of spring break Go »

David Koresh

He called himself the Messiah, but he couldn't save his followers from a fiery FBI raid in 1993. Go »

Ed Gein

This Wisconsin farmer hunted prey that was already dead. Go »

Erik Ayala

Do you think he would be in the zone to hit moving targets? Go »

Frank Lucas

If you bought heroin in New York around 1970, you bought it from this gangster. Go »

Frank Nash

How do you free a Federal prisoner? Machine gun him to death. Go »

George Zimmerman

A Florida jury made a Free Bird out of this neighborhood watch volunteer who stood his ground. Go »

H.H. Holmes

It's not Fair that we'll never know how much blood this Devil left all over Chicago. Go »

Haley Wilson

Being a security guard wouldn't be a good job. This St. Louis woman thought bringing a gun into the store would be a stunning way to take the guard down. Go »

Ira Einhorn

Earth Day is about saving the planet for billions of people, not killing one. Go »

Jack Ruby

He may have broken an Assassin's Creed by killing a fellow killer in Texas. Go »

Jack the Ripper

Scotland Yard never identified London's bloodiest serial killer. Can you? Go »

James Holmes

With bright orange hair like a Batman villain, Colorado's movie-theater murderer will never live down his infamy. Go »

Jeffrey Dahmer

Necrophiliac, cannibal, child murderer, and Milwaukee native. Go »

Jesse James

This infamous outlaw did a lot of bad things before he was assassinated by his own gang, but he didn't marry Sandra Bullock. Go »

Jessica Albitz

Some people would need to put a wall between this Texan and themselves. How much is headbutting going to cost in bits and pieces on taxes? Go »

Joaquín Guzmán

Despite him being the most powerful drug trafficker in the world, his stays in prison have been shorty. Go »

Jodi Arias

This Mormon from Mesa who mixed at Margaritaville was maligned as a murderess by Maricopa prosecutor Martinez and made guilty in May despite motions for mistrial. Go »

Joe Halderman

This jilted ex-boyfriend's mistake was choosing one of the top ten famous people you don't try to extort for money. Go »

Joe Zhou

He had a reason to cross the bridge in New York: To go stay at the Golden Arches instead. Go »

John Gotti

The Teflon Don, the Clenched Fist... So many nicknames for one Gambino. Go »

John Hinckley, Jr.

Craziness became an act for this stalker. Go »

John Wayne Gacy

This killer gave Chicago's children plenty of reason to be afraid of Bozo. Go »

John Wayne Gacy

You think clowns hiding in the woods are scary? This one was a real danger to teenaged boys in Chicago in the 1970s. Go »

John Wilkes Booth

Four days after the war, one more life remained to be taken. Go »

John William King

racist murderers in Michigan resort to stabbing and fleeing, but in Texas they have a more down-to-earth approach (who's the king?) Go »

Jordan Belfort

His taxonomical classification is Wallstis lupus. Go »

Josef Fritzl

If you don't recognize this incestuous Austrian, what, have you been locked in a dungeon somewhere? Go »

Joseph Lewis

One minute you're famished; the next minute you find a sucker to appease your appetite. Go »

Joseph Lombardo

Oh no! Did anyone see this clown around the neighborhood? If you had, you could have been given 20,000 dollars for his capture. Go »

Karla Faye Tucker

In a state known for its prolific executions, she was the first woman executed in thirteen and a half decades. Go »

Larry Hoover

The streets of Chicago became safer after this messy criminal was cleaned up. Go »

Lizzie Borden

You didn't have to be crazy to hatchet your parents in 1892... But history says you were. Go »

Lizzie Borden

She is both Massachusetts's most famous ax murderer and most famous orphan. Go »

Marc Macios

This goo loves to deal with animals. Go »

Mark David Chapman

With four bullets, this J.D. Salinger enthusiast broke a lot of hearts in December 1980. Go »

Nidal Malik Hasan

He shot his own people to get out of shooting his own people. Go »

Nordine Ben Allal

this jailbird flies Go »

O.J. Simpson

Here's the juice: While running back home, he may or may not have murdered Nicole and Ron. Go »

O.J. Simpson

This USC running back got a job with Hertz running through airports until the day he tried running away in a white Bronco. Go »

Oscar Pistorius

He's better known now for running out of legal options in his homicide trial than for his running without legs in the Olympics. Go »

Pablo Escobar

crime pays Go »

Pamela Smart

conspiracy to commit murder, Helen Hunt, teenaged lover Go »

Philip Markoff

This goo made a mark on this list. Go »

Robert Durst

None of his victims—not his wife, not a friend, not even a neighbor—could get justice until HBO obtained evidence that he killed them all. Go »

Robert Hanssen

Selling FBI secrets to the Russians is unacceptable, unless you're Chris Cooper starring in a movie. Go »

Robert Stroud

He couldn't leave his island, so he befriended creatures who could. Go »

Seung-Hui Cho

On April 16, we were all Hokies. Go »

Sirhan Sirhan

This anti-Zionist kept a younger brother from moving into his older brother's house. Go »

Steven Avery

Wisconsin made him a rapist. Netflix made him famous. It's unclear who made him a murderer. Go »

Ted Bundy

A list of victims across Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, and Florida makes this Psycho one of America's most prolific killers. Go »

Tomohiro Katō

No amount of mechs, maids, or sera fuku (sailor suited) clad girls in the world could have saved you from this knife wielding truck driver. Oddly enough, checking out a popular cell phone BBS could have. Go »

Vincent Bustamante

This federal agent wound up on the wrong side of the law, on the wrong side of the border, and on the wrong side of an execution. Go »

Wanda Holloway

She was hauled away for bringing it on. Go »

Whitey Bulger

This Boston mob boss and murderer couldn't outrun justice forever, any more than he could outrun the many ghosts he made, all of them as pale as he is. Go »

William Cottrell

Some people just don't like SUVs. Go »

Willie Horton

Giving prisoners like him the weekend off may have cost Michael Dukakis the presidency. Go »

Willie Lloyd

Chicago's king of sin dodges bullets (unsuccessfully) while he tries to repent as a free man. Go »

Zodiac

This killer did it for the thrilling experience, but it's been no fun trying to decode his cryptograms ever since. Go »