Hayden Poulter was born in 1961.
It is believed that Poulter began his serial series in 1997 in Aukland. Poulter murdered both men and women. The women he murdered were known prostitutes. Poulter would typically have sex with the women prior to their murders. He would usually stab his victims to death. Poulter later claimed that his second personality, names Hell, drove him to commit the murders.
Poulter was sentenced to life in prison for the murders of 3 people in 1997. He will become eligible for parole after serving 15 years of his sentence in New Zealand.
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Hayden Poulter, often referred to as New Zealand’s first serial killer, made his initial parole board appearance last month. Judge David Carruthers ruled that Poulter wouldn’t be released any time soon: We have been at pains to tell him that that must be regarded as it is some distance away….Continue reading...
Serial Killers, Victimology by Heather Whitney | 1 Comment
Hayden Poulter was charged for murdering three people. We currently have information on all of his victims. Natacha Hogan Natacha, age 21, was murdered on October 19, 1996. Herbert Norris Herbert was murdered in December of 1996. Ladda Nimphet Ladda was murdered in December of 1996.Continue reading...