April 14, 2020

playing card C3: Frans Van Mieris: A Cavalier (1659)

Frans Van Mieri's painting “A Cavalier (Self-Portrait)” was created in 1659. It measures 20 x 16 cm and was stolen from the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney in 2007.
April 14, 2020

playing card B1: Rembrandt: Self Portrait (1630)

Rembrandt's painting “Self Portrait” was created in 1630. It measures 15 x 12.2 cm and was stolen from the National Museum in Stockholm in 2000.
April 9, 2020

playing card C1: Alexander Pichushkin (* 1974 – today)

Alexander Pichushkin is a Russian serial killer from Moscow. In 1992 the then 18-year-old student began planning the so-called checkerboard murders together with his friend and classmate Mikhail Odiichuk.
April 9, 2020

playing card E2: Patrick Kearney (* 1939 – today)

Patrick Kearney is an American necrophile serial killer who has at least 43 people on his conscience. Kearney's profile-less murder scheme, which is found in most serial killers, made it difficult for the police to catch him.
April 12, 2020

playing card D1: Edmund Kemper (* 1948 – today)

The California serial killer Edmund Kemper started his murder series at just 15 years old: he shot his grandmother and then stabbed her several times.
April 11, 2020

playing card D4: Rodney Alcala (* 1943 – † 2021)

Rodney James Alcala is an American serial killer who started his murder in 1971. He has been waiting for his death sentence in a California prison since 2010.
April 14, 2020

playing card A1: Da Vinci: Mona Lisa (La Gioconda) 1506

The Mona Lisa (La Gioconda) is probably the most famous work of art in the world. The oil painting by Leonardo da Vinci has the dimensions 77cm x 53cm and was stolen from the Louvre in Paris in 1911.
April 9, 2020

playing card G3: Ronald Dominique (* 1964 – today)

In 2006, serial killer Ronald Dominique admitted to having committed 23 murders and numerous rapes in the federal state seed Lousiana. His victims were young men.
April 11, 2020

playing card G1: Yang Xinhai (* 1968 – † 2004) monsterkiller

Yang Xinhai was born on July 29, 1968. As the son of a poor farming family, he was introverted and tenderly strung as the youngest child. At school he had to provide himself with food, which was always a challenge without money. When he was 17, he dropped out of school to join migrant workers.
April 14, 2020

playing card F1: Gainsborough: Portrait Lady Cavendish (1787)

Thomas Gainsborough's painting “Portrait of Lady Georgiana Cavendish” was created in 1787. It measures 127 x 101.5 cm and was stolen from the Agnew`s Gallery in London in 1876.
April 14, 2020

playing card F4: Edgar Degas: Portrait of Count Lepic and his daughters (1870)

Edgar Dega's painting “Portrait of Count Lepic and his daughters” was created in 1870. It measures 81 x 65 cm and was stolen from the Zurich E. G.Bührle Foundation in 2008.
April 12, 2020

playing card D2: Peter Sutcliffe (* 1946 – † 2020)

Peter Sutcliffe had raided and raped at least 20 women, including at least 13 women, in the West and South Yorkshire counties of Leeds and Bradford in 1975.
April 13, 2020

playing card C4: Jean-Baptiste Oudry: Still life with white duck (1753)

Jean-Baptiste Oudry's painting “Still Life with a White Duck” was created in 1753. It measures 95.3 x 63.5 cm and was stolen from Houghton Hall, Norfolk in 1992.
April 12, 2020

playing card F3: Peter Kürten (* 1883 – † 1931)

Peter Kürten, also called Vampire from Düsseldorf, was a multiple serial killer at the beginning of the last century. He committed a series of sexual crimes, robberies and murders of children and adults.
April 9, 2020

playing card B1: Luis Garavito (* 1957 – today)

Luis Garavito is a rapist and serial killer from Colombia. He was born on January 25, 1957. At the age of 35, he started talking to small children, luring them away, and then raping and killing them. He remained undetected for seven years.
April 14, 2020

playing card F2: J. M. W. Turner: Shade and Darkness – the Evening of the Deluge (1843)

J. M. W. Turner's painting “Shade and Darkness - the Evening of the Deluge” was created in 1843. It measures 78.7 x 78.1 cm and was stolen in 1994 at the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt.
April 15, 2020

Spielkarte G1: Claude Monet: Impression, Sunrise (1872)

Claude Monet's painting “Claude Monet: Impression, Sunrise” was created in 1872. It measures 63 x 48 cm and was stolen in 1985 from the Marmottan Monet Museum in Paris.
April 14, 2020

playing card D1: Jan Vermeer: The Concert (1664)

Jan Vermeer's painting “The Concert” was created in 1664. It measures 72.5 x 64.7 cm and was stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston in 1990.
April 12, 2020

playing card A3: John Wayne Gacy (* 1942 – † 1994)

"Kiss my ass.": Those were the last words of serial killer John Wayne Gacy. He was sentenced to death twelve times for 33 murders of young men and children - world record. The actual number of murder victims was taken to his grave by one of the most notorious serial killers of all time. He died from a lethal injection on May 10, 1994 at the Stateville Correction Center.
April 9, 2020

Spielkarte A4: Gary Ridgway (* 1949 – today)

American serial killer Gary Ridgway has been convicted of 48 murders. However, he stood twice as many. He murdered countless women and girls in Washington State. Most of the victims were prostitutes.
April 11, 2020

playing card C4: Anatoly Onoprienko (* 1959 – † 2013)

Anatoly Onoprienko was a 52-time serial killer from Ukraine. He started his murder series at the age of 19. Most of the time he went to abandoned houses and killed the whole family.
April 13, 2020

playing card C2: Paul Rubens: The Three Graces (1635)

Peter Paul Rubens oil painting “The Three Graces” was created in 1635. It measures 182 x 220.5 cm and was stolen from the London Dulwich Picture Gallery in 1966.
April 11, 2020

playing card G4: Moses Sithole (* 1964 – today)

Moses Sithole is a South African serial killer. He committed the ABC murder series, named after his crime scenes Atteridgeville, then Boksburg and finally Cleveland, a suburb of Johannesburg. In some cases, he called the victims' relatives to mock them.
April 13, 2020

playing card H1: Van Gogh: Beach at Scheveningen in Stormy Weather

Van Gogh's painting “Beach at Scheveningen in Stormy Weather” was created in 1882. It measures 34.5 x 51 cm and was stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in 2002.

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