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.
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.
Andrej Romanovich Chikatilo is a serial killer from Ukraine. He started his first murder at the age of 41 and committed at least 53 murders of young women and children. The search for this murderer was one of the largest in Russian crime history.
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.
Joachim Kroll was a German cannibal and serial killer. He was convicted of eight murders despite admitting fourteen murders. Kroll started his series of murders in 1955 after his mother died. He worked as a toilet man for Mannesmann, later for Thyssen-Krupp.
Rembrandt's painting “playing card B3: The Storm on the Sea of Galilee” was created in 1633. It measures 161.7 x 161.8 cm and was stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Gallery Museum in Boston in 1990.