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BORN TO KILL IN THE USSR

True stories of Soviet serial killers by Robert Kalman

Almazyan

Almazyan’s post-arrest photos, still wearing the sweater of his victim.

The bedsheet with a cutout (above), later matched to a gag found at one of the scenes. The makeup container seized in his pigsty crash-pad (right).

“Ochnaya stavka” - the Russian version of lineup; victim points at Almazyan.

Kukovkin

Marina, the first victim (above and right)

Victims Oksana (left) and Olga (above)

Raevskiy

Yuri Raevskiy - above left, a civilian photo; above right, his mugshot

The first victim, Irina , and how she was found near Vnukovo Airport.

Olga’s body was found only two weeks later.

Sarenpya

Sarenpya’s bitemark on the fist victim (left) and the railway  hammer he used to kill her. (above)

Serebryakov

Boris Serebryakov , a ruthless killer of entire families (left). One of his victim (right)

Yevseev

Andrei Nikolaevich Yevseev said during his interrogation “I wanted to kill twenty people a night”.

Original sources of all above materials: MVD of the USSR

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