Disturbing Artwork From Some Disturbing Serial Killers

What goes on in the mind of a serial killer? Well you probably don't really want to find out to be fair, but for many people who study or who are just fascinated with serial killers and their motives for committing some of the most horrendous crimes against other human beings, it is very much an interesting subject. Here is a look at some of the artwork created by some of the most famous serial killers known to date, which may give a small glimpse into the inner workings of their minds.

Richard Ramirez terrorized Los Angeles as The Night Stalker raping and murdering innocent victims.

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John Wayne Gacy killed and raped 33 young teenage boys and men, he was known as the Killer Clown.

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Jack Kevorkian, MD aka Dr. Death. Served 8 years of a 10-25 year sentence for second degree murder for his assistance in the voluntary euthanasia of Thomas York, a patient suffering from ALS. He claimed to have assisted at least 130 other patients commit suicide.

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Ottis Toole was an American cannibal serial killer who was convicted of six counts of murder.

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Another from Ottis Toole.

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Danny Rolling was a serial killer dubbed the Gainesville Ripper after murdering five students.

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Daniel Siebert was an American serial killer on Alabama's death row convicted of 3 murders, while being questioned he indicated that he was responsible for at least 12 deaths.

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Richard Clarey confessed to over 100 murders starting when he was just 16 years old and living in West Germany.

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