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.
The French serial killer Joseph Vacher lived from 1868 to 1898. The police assume that he had at least 11 people on his conscience. Vacher's victims were mostly young agricultural workers. It didn't matter whether they were female or male.
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.
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.
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.