|Sandra Kretsch, Susan Lynn Blahovec, Lee Blahovec, Cammie Marsh Greene, Lori Kristine Grody||7||Female||Caucasian||USA||Territorial||Sadistic||1956/02/26 (Rochester, Michigan, USA)||2002/10/09 (Bradford County, Florida, USA; Lethal injection)|
|Dead Ends: The Pursuit, Conviction and Execution of Female Serial Killer Aileen Wuornos, the Damsel of Death||Michael Reynolds||Amazon|
|Female Homicide Offender, The: Serial Murder and the Case of Aileen Wuornos||Stacey L. Shipley and Bruce A. Arrigo||Amazon|
|Lethal Intent||Sue Russell||Amazon, Kim Cantrell Review|
|Monster: My True Story||Aileen Wuornos and Christopher Berry-Dee||Amazon|
|Aileen - Life and Death of a Serial Killer||Amazon (DVD)|
|Aileen Wuornes: The Selling of a Serial Killer - The 1992 Interviews||Amazon (DVD)|
|Deadly Women: Predators (Episode 2x06)|
|Monster||Amazon (DVD), Amazon (Blue-ray), Amazon (Video on Demand)|
|Most Evil: Murderous Women (Episode 1x03)|
|Twisted: Aileen Wuornos (Episode 2x04)|
Aileen Wuornos was born on February 29, 1956, in Michigan. She was born the youngest of two children in her family. At the age of 4, both Wuornos and her brother were given to their grandparents after their mother abandoned them. Wuornos claimed that during her childhood, both her brother and grandfather had sexual intercourse with her. At the age of 14, Wuornos was sent to a home for unwed mothers when it was discovered that she was pregnant. Her son was adopted.
Wuornos began to work as a prostitute and continued to do so during her murder series. She began her serial series at the age of 33, in 1989. All of her victims were males who picked up prostitutes. Wuornos shot all of her victims to death. She claimed that each of the victims were murdered because they had raped her or were going to. The men typically picked her up as a prostitute and would drive to a remote location. Wuornos murdered in men in their cars or in the woods. She would take a totem and rob the victim. The remains were left at the scene, but were not buried.
On January 9, 1991, Wuornos was arrested on an outstanding warrant. On January 16, 1991, Wuornos confessed to the murders and claimed that she murdered in self-defense. Wuornos was found guilty of one murder and was sentenced to death on January 27, 1992. She pleaded guilty to the murders of 5 other men and was given a death sentence for each of the murders. Wuornos was executed in the death chamber on October 9, 2002.
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Serial Killers, Victimology by Heather Whitney | No Comments
Aileen Wuornos was found guilty for the murders of six people. We currently have information on all of her known victims and one suspected victim. Richard Mallory Richard, age 51, was murdered on December 1, 1989, in Clearwater, Florida. He had been shot to death. Richard’s remains were found on…Continue reading...