When we think about serial killers we think about the depraved and horrific acts they performed on people. But, even more than that, we like to think they have been caught and are no longer able to hurt members of the public.
But what if there are serial killers still on the loose? Another Ted Bundy or Jeffrey Dahmer that are on a killing spree and haven’t been caught?
These killers get to keep on finding and tracking down their next victim, free to satisfy their blood lust, without the police having a clue.
Here are five bone chilling cases of brutal serial murders that have been carried out, but those responsible have never been caught. And they could kill again.
5. The Jennings Murders. 8 Victims
In a small town called Jennings Louisiana the bodies of 8 young women were found between the years 2005-2009, leaving the small town wondering, who in their community could be evil enough to commit murder.
Found discarded by roadsides and half immersed in canals, the bodies had been thrown away as if they meant nothing.
The act of a serial killer? Possibly, but factually serial killers tend to pick victims that have no connection to them. All of these 8 women knew each other personally, some were even cousins, and all were involved with drugs and prostitution.
Police corruption has been linked to the unsolved crimes, many saying it might have been a police officer that committed the murders.
Eerily enough a few of the girls had the feeling they were going to be killed, and had spoken out to family members.
In her final days, one of the eight named Necole Guillory told her mother not to prepare her a birthday cake because she wouldn’t be alive to eat it. She had also placed her four children with family members and warned her mother that she wouldn’t tell her any information on who was making her so paranoid because she wanted to keep her safe.
Fifth victim Laconia “Muggy” Brown told her sister she was helping a cop to solve a murder, and he had offered her money for information. She also ended up dead not long after.
So could it be a serial killer, murdering accessible young women for fun? Or could it be the young girls knew too much about a corrupt police state, and their killer was actually someone in a position of trust that was meant to protect them?