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  1. Nov 18, 2019 · Andrei Chikatilo, nicknamed "The Butcher of Rostov," was one of the former Soviet Union's most infamous serial killers. Between 1978 and 1990, he is believed to have sexually assaulted, mutilated, and murdered at least fifty women and children. In 1992, he was convicted of 52 counts of murder, for which he received a death sentence.

  2. Feb 20, 2018 · Andrei Chikatilo was born in 1936 in the midst of a mass famine in the Ukrainian SSR. He began his life in a one-room hut to farmers who were struggling to make ends meet in the agricultural recession. His childhood was an unhappy, lonesome one, living under the impression that his older brother had been kidnapped and cannibalized by the neighbors.

  3. May 11, 2021 · Soviet serial killer Andrei Chikatilo murdered and mutilated 21 boys, 14 girls, and 18 young women, making him one of the most savage serial killers in history anywhere in the world (per The Los Angeles Times). Nicknamed "the Red Ripper" and "the Butcher of Rostov" (for the area where he committed most of his murders), Chikatilo started killing in 1978 and didn't stop until he was captured in 1990.

  4. Andréi Románovich Chikatilo fue un asesino en serie y caníbal soviético. Chikatilo es considerado el peor asesino en serie de la historia de la Unión Soviética. Fue conocido como "el Carnicero de Rostov", "el Destripador Rojo" y "el Destripador de Rostov" y cometió asalto sexual, asesinato y mutilación de al menos 52 mujeres y niños entre 1978 y 1990 en la Rusia soviética, la Ucrania soviética y el Uzbekistán soviético. Chikatilo confesó un total de 56 asesinatos, y fue juzgado ...

  5. Jan 7, 2020 · On October 16th, 1936, in Yablochnoye, U.S.S.R.—now Ukraine—Andrei Chikatilo was born, just three years after the Ukrainian famine that killed 3.9 million people. Known also as “Holodomor,” made up of Ukrainian words for “starvation” and “to inflict death,” the man-made famine was caused by Joseph Stalin.

  6. Sep 24, 2021 · Andrei Romanovich Chikatilo (also known as the Rostov Ripper, the Forest Strip Killer, the Butcher of Rostov, and the Red Ripper ) was a serial killer active in the former Soviet Union who killed 56 people between 1978 and 1990. He is one of several well-known Soviet serial killers, and inspired the Chessboard Killer.

  7. Jan 19, 2021 · Andrei Romanovich Chikatilo was born on October 16, 1936, in a small town called Yabluchne. This village is located in the Sumy Oblast region in the northeast of Ukraine, which was Soviet Ukraine back then. The Ukrainian SSR was undergoing a famine and World War II broke out just a few years after he was born. Between 1941 and 1944, Ukraine was occupied by the Nazis and he witnessed extreme violence growing up as a consequence.

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