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 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 9, 2020

playing card B4: Juan Corona (* 1934 – † 2019)

Mexican-born Juan Corona employed seasonal workers on a California farm in the 1970s. He also gave them a place to sleep on the site where 25 bodies were later discovered. He was sentenced to 25 life sentences with no prospect of pardon.
April 11, 2020

playing card F1: Fritz Haarmann (* 1879 – † 1925)

Friedrich Heinrich Karl Haarmann was a German serial killer who was born in Hanover on October 25, 1879 and executed on April 15, 1925 with a guillotine.
April 14, 2020

playing card H2: Van Gogh: Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen (1884)

Van Gogh's painting “Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen” was created in 1884. It measures 41.3 x 32.1 cm and was stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in 2002.
April 9, 2020

playing card B2: Pedro Alonso López (* 1948 – today)

Pedro Alonso Lopez is a Colombian serial killer who raped and killed up to 300 girls in South America. He was called the monster by the Andes after leading the police to a mass grave of 53 girls in 1980.
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 12, 2020

playing card H1: Earle Nelson (* 1897 – † 1928)

Serial killer Earle Leonard Nelson was born on May 12, 1897 and was hanged in Winnipeg on January 13, 1928. He escaped from Napa State Hospital several times. After his last escape, he began his series of murders in 1926.
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 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 9, 2020

playing card A1: Jeffrey Dahmer (* 1960 – † 1994)

One of the most popular serial killers in post-war history was Jeffrey Dahmer. Born the eldest son of Joyce Annett and Lionel Herbert Dahmer, he started his first murder at the age of 18. In the summer of 1978, his parents' house was available to him alone. One day he brought hitchhiker Stephen Hicks home for a beer.
April 11, 2020

playing card A2: Ted Bundy (* 1946 – † 1989)

Theodore "Ted" Robert Bundy killed at least 28 young women between the age of 18 and his final arrest in 1978. Ted Bundy was found to have murdered 28 women, but at least 36 victims are suspected.
April 14, 2020

playing card G3: Camille Pissarro: Bords de la Seine à Bougival (1871)

Camille Pissarro's painting “Bords de la Seine à Bougival” was created in 1871. It measures 40 x 27 cm and was stolen from the Noortman Gallery in Maastricht in 1987.
April 11, 2020

playing card F4: Karl Großmann (* 1863 – † 1922)

Karl Großmann was born on December 13, 1863 in Neuruppin and died on July 5, 1922 in Berlin. The butcher of Berlin mostly invited young women to his house and killed them.
April 13, 2020

playing card A3: Caravaggio: Nativity with St. Francis and St. Lawrence

Caravaggio's painting “Nativity with St. Francis and St. Lawrence” was created in 1609. It measures 268 x 197 cm and was stolen in Palermo in 1969. Since then it has been considered lost.
April 11, 2020

playing card H2: Carl Panzram (* 1891 – † 1930)

Carl Panzram (AKA: Jeff Rhoades, John O’Leary) was born on June 28, 1891 in Minnesota and executed on September 5, 1930 in Leavenworth, Kansas Federal Prison.
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 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 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

playing card B4: Rembrandt: Girl at a window (1645)

Rembrandt's painting “Girl Leaning at a window” was created in 1645. It measures 81.8 x 66.2 cm and was stolen from the Dulwich Picture Gallery in 1966.
April 14, 2020

playing card E2: Caspar David Friedrich: Nebelschwaden (1820)

Caspar David Friedrich's painting “Nebelschwaden” was completed in 1820. It measures 42.5 cm x 32.5 cm and was stolen in 1994 at the Frankfurter Kunsthalle Schirn.
April 11, 2020

playing card E3: William Bonin (* 1947 – † 1996)

Serial killer William Bonin killed at least 21 people in 13 months. He mostly dumped his victims on highways, hence the nickname The Freeway Killer.
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 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.