List of rampage killers (Americas)

List of rampage killers (Americas)

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This section of the list of rampage killers contains those cases that occurred in the Americas.

This section does not include school massacresworkplace killingshate crimes, or mass murders that took place primarily in a domestic environment, like familicides, which form their own categories. Cases where the primary motive for the murders was to facilitate or cover up another felony, like robbery, are also not included.

All abbreviations and footnotes used in the table are explained here.

# Perpetrator Date Year Location Country Killed Injured W Additional Notes Ref.
1. Delgado Morales, Campo Elias, 52° Dec. 4 1986 Bogotá Colombia
29
12
FMA Shot by police
2. Hennard, George Pierre, 35 Oct. 16 1991 KilleenTX U.S.
23
20
F V Committed suicide
3. Huberty, James Oliver, 41 July 18 1984 San DiegoCA U.S.
21
19
F Shot by police
4. Ferreira de França, Genildo, 27° May 21/22 1997 Santo Antônio dos Barreiros Brazil
14
3
F Committed suicide or shot by police [1]
5. Wong, Jiverly Antares, 41 April 3 2009 BinghamtonNY U.S.
13
4
F Committed suicide
6. Unruh, Howard Barton, 28 Sep. 6 1949 CamdenNJ U.S.
13
3
F Found mentally unfit to stand trial
7. Holmes, James Eagan (charged), 24 July 20 2012 AuroraCO U.S.
12
62
F E Suspect[2]
In custody, trial pending
8. Lozano Velásquez, Juan de Jesús, 26 June 24 2000 Bogotá Colombia
11
7
F Sentenced to 40 years in prison [3]
9. Pough, James Edward, 42 June 17/18 1990 JacksonvilleFL U.S.
11
6
F V Committed suicide
Killed a man on May 8, 1971
10. Caceres, Gregorio, 50 Feb. 18 1942 Trujillo Venezuela
11
4
 M Killed [4]
11. Flores, Oscar, 23° July 31 2005 San Jerónimo de Juárez Mexico
11
2
FM Killed by angry mob or shot by police [5]
12. Unknown Dec. 18 1936 Monte Aprazível Brazil
10–16
?
F Arrested [6]
13. McLendon, Michael Kenneth, 28° March 10 2009 KinstonSamson & GenevaAL U.S.
10
6
F A Committed suicide
Also killed four dogs
[7]
14. Starkweather, Charles Raymond, 19
Fugate, Caril Ann, 14°
Jan. 21–29 1958 Lincoln & BennetNE
DouglasWY
U.S.
10
0
FM Starkweather sentenced to death and executed
Fugate sentenced to life imprisonment
Also killed two dogs
Starkweather killed a man on Nov. 30, 1957
16. Twigg, Gilbert, 30 Aug. 13 1903 WinfieldKS U.S.
9
25
F Committed suicide [8]
17. Bertucci, Clarence V., 23^ July 8 1945 SalinaUT U.S.
9
19
F Found not guilty by reason of insanity [9]
18. Silka, Michael Allen, 25 April 28 /
May 17–19
1984 Fairbanks &
Manley Hot SpringsAK
U.S.
9
1
F Shot by police
Killed an unborn child
[10]
19. Jones, Walter, 20
Jones, William, 18
Sep. 28 1913 HarristonMS U.S.
8–12
14–20
F Both were killed [11]
20. Hyatt, Thaddeus, 26 March 30 1959 Labyrinth Jamaica
8
14
 M Sentenced to death and executed [12]
21. Ferri, Gian Luigi, 55 July 1 1993 San FranciscoCA U.S.
8
6
F Committed suicide
22. Hawkins, Robert A., 19 Dec. 5 2007 OmahaNE U.S.
8
4
F Committed suicide
23. Brown, Carl Robert, 51 Aug. 20 1982 MiamiFL U.S.
8
3
F Killed by two witnesses [13]
24. Stewart, Robert Kenneth Wayne, 45 March 29 2009 CarthageNC U.S.
8
2
F Sentenced to life imprisonment
25. García Antonio, Germán° May 2 1985 Guadalupe la Mexicana Mexico
8
1
F Committed suicide [14]
27. Unknown Sep. 7 1982 CraigAK U.S.
8
0
F A Unsolved [15]
28. Sheley, Nicholas Troy, 28 June 23–30 2008 SterlingRock Falls & GalesburgIL
FestusMO
U.S.
8
0
 M Arrested
29. Unknown, 26 Oct. 21 1994 San Antonio Guatemala
8
?
 M Arrested [16]
30. Jim° March 1 1889 OkeechobeeFL U.S.
7–8
?
F Shot dead [17]
31. Phillips, Monroe, 58 March 6 1915 BrunswickGA U.S.
7
30–32
F Shot dead [18]
32. Charles, Robert, 35 July 23–27 1900 New OrleansLA U.S.
7
20
F Shot by police
34. Modesto Filho, Manoel^ Oct. 22/23 1939 São Paulo Brazil
7
12
F Committed suicide [19]
35. Ashbrook, Larry Gene, 47 Sep. 15 1999 Fort WorthTX U.S.
7
7
F Committed suicide
36. Barraga, Jose Alberto, 34 Feb. 18 1968 Tello Colombia
7
4
 M Shot by soldiers [20]
37. Smith, Roland J., 51 Dec. 8 1995 New York CityNY U.S.
7
4
F A Committed suicide [21]
38. Ratzmann, Terry Michael, 44 March 12 2005 BrookfieldWI U.S.
7
4
F Committed suicide
39. Collins, Melvin, 38 Nov. 6 1948 ChesterPA U.S.
7
3
F Committed suicide [22]
40. Collins, Darnell, 33 June 17–21 1995 New Jersey
New York CityNY
U.S.
7
3
F Shot by police [23]
41. Gung Ung Chang July 18/19 1898 MelroseCA U.S.
7
2
FME Killed by the explosion [24]
42. Reynolds, William, 35 April 6 1902 TuscumbiaAL U.S.
7
2
F Shot dead
Also killed several horses
[25]
43. Akers, Arthur° April 9 1916 StuttgartAR U.S.
7
2
FM Also killed a dog and a horse [26]
44. Pearson, Eric Emanuel, 56 March 16 1968 IronwoodMI U.S.
7
2
F Sentenced to life imprisonment [27]
45. Carlton, Julian, 30 Aug. 15 1914 Spring GreenWI U.S.
7
1
 MA Starved in jail while awaiting trial [28]
46. Klemmensen, Abel, 18° Jan. 1 1990 Narsaq Greenland
7
1
F Convicted [29]
47. Unknown March 1922 Herschel IslandYT Canada
7
?
F Arrested [30]
48. Ferguson, Colin, 35 Dec. 7 1993 Garden CityNY U.S.
6
19
F Sentenced to 315 years and eight months to life
49. Marcelino, Julian, 30 Nov. 24 1932 SeattleWA U.S.
6
13
 M Sentenced to life imprisonment [31]
50. Rodger, Elliot May 23 2014 Isla VistaCA U.S.
6
13
FMV Shot in the head [32]
50. Loughner, Jared Lee, 22 Jan. 8 2011 TucsonAZ U.S.
6
13
F Sentenced to seven consecutive life terms plus 140 years
51. Cruse, William Bryan, 59 April 23 1987 Palm BayFL U.S.
6
10
F Sentenced to death, died in prison [33]
53. Bonner, William Ray, 25 April 22 1973 Los AngelesCA U.S.
6
8
F Sentenced to life imprisonment
54. Indian Gully° Aug. 1910 Willow PatchNV U.S.
6
7
F Shot dead [34]
55. Rolle, Reuben, 30° May 20 1964 Nassau Bahamas
6
6
F Committed suicide
Witness died from heart attack
[35]
56. Cooper, Simon Jan. 1/7 1897 Magnolia & LynchburgSC U.S.
6
5
FM Killed by angry mob
Suspect in the Woolfolk-murders
[36]
57. Navarrete Gómez, Luis Alonso, 28^ June 2 2000 El Tablón El Salvador
6
4
F Sentenced to 30 years in prison [37]
58. Zamora, Isaac Lee, 28 Sep. 2 2008 AlgerWA U.S.
6
4
FM Sentenced to life imprisonment [38]
59. Young, Harry Lyman, 27
Young, Jennings M., 35
Jan. 2 1932 BrooklineMO U.S.
6
3
F Both died [39]
60. Lepine, William Bernard, 27 Aug. 28 1972 Kettle ValleyBC Canada
6
3
F Found not guilty by reason of insanity [40]
61. Headley, Hubert, 33° Dec. 9 1994 Buxton & Friendship Guyana
6
3
 M Shot by police
Also killed a dog
[41]
62. Rivas, Valerio, 47° April 1941 Bahía Blanca Argentina
6
2
 M Shot by police [42]
63. Hastings, Louis D., 39 March 3 1983 McCarthyAK U.S.
6
2
F Sentenced to 634 years in prison [43]
64. Drake, Lynwood Crumpler, 43 Nov. 7/8 1992 Morro BayPaso Robles & San MiguelCA U.S.
6
2
FM Committed suicide
65. Vang, Chai Soua, 36 Nov. 21 2004 BirchwoodWI U.S.
6
2
F Sentenced to six consecutive life terms plus seventy years [44]
66. Huff, Kyle Aaron, 28 March 25 2006 SeattleWA U.S.
6
2
F Committed suicide
67. Jiménez Rodríguez, Alberto^
Farfán Moore, Yair^
June 10 2007 Balsillas Colombia
6
2
F Both were sentenced to 40 years in prison [45]
68. Belachheb, Abdelkrim, 39 June 29 1984 DallasTX U.S.
6
1
F Sentenced to six consecutive life terms [46]
69. Peterson, Tyler James, 20^ Oct. 7 2007 CrandonWI U.S.
6
1
F Committed suicide
70. Thornton, Charles Lee, 52 Feb. 7 2008 KirkwoodMO U.S.
6
1
F Shot by police
71. Unknown Sep. 17 1911 Colorado SpringsCO U.S.
6
0
 M Unsolved
Might be connected to the Villisca axe murders
[47]
72. Valle, Essrado, 27 Feb. 20 1925 Guaymas Mexico
6
0
 M [48]
73. Goins, John M., 49° March 18 1926 Stockton & GaltCA U.S.
6
0
F Committed suicide [49]
74. Henry, DeWitt Charles, 26 July 23 1977 Klamath FallsOR U.S.
6
0
F Sentenced to six consecutive life terms
Killed an unborn child
[50]
75. Benoist, Emile Pierre, 20 Aug. 26 1977 HackettstownNJ U.S.
6
0
F Killed during escape via misfire [51]
76. Moreno, Eliseo Hernandez, 24° Oct. 11 1983 College Station & HempsteadTX U.S.
6
0
F Sentenced to death and executed [52]
77. Stewart, Howard Franklin, 37° Sep. 16
Sep. 22
1987 LebanonMO
CorsicanaTX
U.S.
6
0
F Committed suicide
Also killed two dogs
[53]
78. Vargas, Pedro Alberto, 42 July 26/27 2013 HialeahFL U.S.
6
0
F A Shot by police [54]
79. Unknown 1957 Vira Saia Brazil
5
15
 M Killed [55]
80. Harris, Will Nov. 13 1906 AshevilleNC U.S.
5
12
F Shot dead
Also killed a dog
[56]
81. King, Alvin Lee, 45 June 22 1980 DaingerfieldTX U.S.
5
10
F Committed suicide while awaiting trial
82. Klink, Herman, 40 March 6 1933 ClevelandOH U.S.
5
6–8
F Shot by police [57]
83. Hope, Seon, 35° Feb. 23 1933 Haggatts Barbados
5
5
 MA Sentenced to death and executed
Also killed a pig and a donkey, and injured a donkey and a mule
[58]
84. Mellberg, Dean Allen, 20 June 20 1994 Fairchild Air Force BaseWA U.S.
4
23
F Shot by police
Killed an unborn child
[59]
85. Moore, Lawrence W., 25 May 7 1981 SalemOR U.S.
4
19
F Sentenced to four consecutive life terms [60]
86. Decker, Newt, 35 Nov. 15 1908 OkmulgeeOK U.S.
4
9
FM Shot by police
Also killed a horse
[61]
87. Amigó Vergara, Alejandro, 32 April 10 1974 Talca Chile
4
9
 M Shot by police [62]
88. Pullen, Joe Dec. 14 1923 DrewMS U.S.
4
8
F Shot dead
According to local stories up to 19 dead and 40 injured
[63]
89. McLeod, Harvey Glenn, 22 May 29 1972 RaleighNC U.S.
4
7
F Committed suicide [64]
90. French, Kenneth Junior, 22^ Aug. 6 1993 FayettevilleNC U.S.
4
7
F Sentenced to four consecutive life terms plus 35 years [65]
91. Sencion, Eduardo, 32 Sep. 6 2011 Carson CityNV U.S.
4
7
F Committed suicide
92. Lambright, Donald Martin, 30 April 5 1969 HarrisburgPA U.S.
3
17
F Committed suicide [66]
93. Pearson, Moses, 31 April 25 1976 JacksonvilleFL
Georgia
U.S.
3
13–14
F Committed suicide [67]
94. Lortie, Denis, 25^ May 8 1984 Quebec CityQC Canada
3
13
F Sentenced to life imprisonment
95. Clark, Michael Andrew, 16 April 25 1965 Santa MariaCA U.S.
3
10
F Committed suicide [68]
96. Aranda, Bennie Bonifacio, 26 Dec. 28 1937 OaklandCA U.S.
3
9
FM Sentenced to death, later changed to life imprisonment [69]
97. Mozingo, Douglas Arthur, 29 Oct. 1 1982 SacramentoCA U.S.
3
9
F Committed suicide while awaiting trial [70]
98. Sodini, George A., 48 Aug. 4 2009 BridgevillePA U.S.
3
9
F Committed suicide [71]
99. Attebury, Ira, 64 April 27 1979 San AntonioTX U.S.
2
31–47
F Committed suicide [72]
100. Popadich, Ronald J., 39 Feb 10–14 2002 GarfieldNJ
New York CityNY
U.S.
2
23–24
F V Sentenced to 30 years plus life imprisonment [73]
101. Casteel, Luther V., 42 April 14 2001 ElginIL U.S.
2
16
F Sentenced to death, later changed to life imprisonment [74]
102. Cho Mun Chu, 45° Sep. 6 1988 New York CityNY U.S.
2
14
F Shot by police [75]
103. Sears, Charles, 32 June 27 – July 6 1981 New York CityNY U.S.
2
13
 M Found mentally unfit to stand trial [76]
104. Smith, Russell Lee, 28 May 24 1975 DaytonOH U.S.
2
11
FM Committed suicide
Killed a man in 1970
[77]
105. Pruyn, Kenyon William, 32 Oct. 30 1976 MechanicvilleNY U.S.
2
9-11
F Sentenced to 25 years to life [78]
106. Cornell, William July 18 1863 AustinNV U.S.
1–3
18–20
 M Died [79]

Abbreviations and footnotes[edit]

° – At least one of the victims was a relative of the assailant
^ – Assailant was a member of the military, police, or a comparable force at the time of the rampage

W – A basic description of the weapons used in the murders

F – Firearms and other ranged weapons, especially rifles and handguns, but also bows and crossbowsgrenade launchersflamethrowers, or slingshots
M – Melee weapons, like knivesswordsspearsmachetesaxesclubs, rods, stones, or bare hands
O – Any other weapons, such as bombshand grenadesMolotov cocktailspoison and poisonous gas, as well as vehicle and arson attacks

A – indicates that an arson attack was the only other weapon used
V – indicates that a vehicle was the only other weapon used
E – indicates that explosives of any sort were the only other weapon used

References[edit]

  1. Jump up^ Fúria e sangueTerra.com
    – Brazilian Kills 17 & Gay RumorPlanetOut.com (May 27, 1997)
    – Atirador mata 20 pessoas noan.com (May 23, 1997)
    – Ex-atirador de elite mata 20 a sangue frioValeParaibano (May 23, 1997)
    – Exame revela que menor teve relações sexuais com assassinoValeParaibano (May 25, 1997)
    – Memórias de SangueDiário de Natal (May 20, 2007) (pdf-file)
    – Memórias de Sangue (continuation)Diário de Natal (May 20, 2007) (pdf-file)
    – Ex-atirador do Exército mata 15 pessoas no RN, Diário de Pernambuco (May 23, 1997)
  2. Jump up^ Meyer, Jeremy P. (2012-07-26). “Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes sent notebook to university before massacre – The Middletown Press : Serving Middletown, CT”. The Middletown Press. Retrieved 2013-02-20.
  3. Jump up^ A juicio presuntos responsables de masacre en el bar ReminiscenciasBoletín de Prensa No. 147
    – Los sicarios abren sucursal en MadridBelt Iberica (November 3, 2002)
    – Buscan a homicida que mató a once personas en un bar de Bogotácritica.com.pa
    – 40 Años Por Masacre En BarEl Tiempo (August 29, 2003)
  4. Jump up^ 11 Killed, 4 Hurt Before Posse Slays Hatchet ManChicago Daily Tribune (February 20, 1942)
  5. Jump up^ 17 Are Killed in 2 Incidents, Fueling Mexicans’ Fears of ViolenceThe New York Times(August 2, 2005)
    – Ex-soldier kills 10 in a Mexican killing rampageTaipei Times (August 2, 2005)
    – Ex militar ebrio y drogado mata a 10 personas y luego lo linchanLa Cronica de Hoy(August 1, 2005)
    – El ex soldado que mató a 11 había asesinado a otros dos, La Jornada (August 2, 2005)
    – Matan en Guerrero a diez personasEl Universal (August 1, 2005)
    – Silencio y dolor tras matanza en GuerreroEl Universal (August 2, 2005)
    – Noche de pánico en San Jerónimo, cuando El Junior bajó gritando y tirando balazos, el-suracapulco.com.mx
    – El multiasesino de San Jerónimo había matado ya a dos personas: SSP,suracapulco.com.mx
  6. Jump up^ 10 Japanese Are Killed By a Crazed BrazilianThe New York Times (December 19, 1936)
    – Father’s revengeThe Age (December 21, 1936)
    – Son slain, farmer kills 16 JapsLeader-Post (December 19, 1936)
    – Brazil farmer takes revenge for death of son, Lethbridge Herald (December 19, 1936)
  7. Jump up^ Ala. gunman’s bullets found relatives, strangersMSNBC (March 11, 2009)
  8. Jump up^ Twigg killed six men; Vanderbilt family returnsThe New York Times (August 16, 1903)
    – Twigg’s Ninth VictimThe Washington Post (August 18, 1903)
    – The Camon Band Massacre
  9. Jump up^ Midnight MassacreTime (July 23, 1945)
  10. Jump up^ Firefight at ManleyTactical Life
    – RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Pat Thomas Gedcom
    – Neighbors pray for drifter’s seven victimsThe Courier (May 21, 1984)
    – Residents of small town recall “weirdo” linked to nine murdersOcala Star-Banner (May 21, 1984)
    – Divers seek bodies in muddy riverWilmington Morning Star (May 22, 1984)
  11. Jump up^ Crazed mulattos kill 8, injure 20Lake Benton Valley News (October 1, 1913)
    – Twelve killed in affrayThe Christian Science Monitor (September 30, 1913)
    – Carnage at Harriston; 8 Dead and 14 WoundedFayette Chronicle (October 3, 1913)
    – 10 dead, 20 hurt in a race riotThe New York Times (September 29, 1913)
    – Reign of terror – Drink-crazed Negroes Run AmokPoverty Bay Herald (November 15, 1913)
  12. Jump up^ Kingston, JamaicaThe Ottawa Citizen (April 3, 1959)
    – Easter Monday Killer Slaughters 8, The Daily Gleaner (April 1, 1959)
    – Suspect-killer of eight arrested, The Daily Gleaner (April 2, 1959)
    – Hyatt execution next Tuesday, The Daily Gleaner (October 20, 1959)
    – EvangelismThe Pentecostal Evangel (January 10, 1960) (p.14)
    – Thaddeus Hyatt warned that blood would run in Labryinth, St MaryJamaica Observer(December 2, 2012)
  13. Jump up^ No charges planned against Miami man who shot gunmanThe New York Times (August 24, 1982)
  14. Jump up^ Fanático religioso, asesino, se mató cuando mantenía 13 rehenes El Informador (May 4, 1985)
    – Latinamerica press, Vol. 17; Lima, 1985.
    – Marroquín, Enrique: El conflicto religioso Oaxaca, 1976–1992; Oaxaca, 2007. ISBN 978-970-32-4017-3
  15. Jump up^ Two on burned boat probably slainThe Spokesman-Review (September 10, 1982)
    – Ex-crewman charged in boat massacreThe Free Lance–Star (September 11, 1984)
    – Ex-Crewman Acquitted in 8 Boat Killings in 1982The New York Times (April 26, 1988)
  16. Jump up^ Other NewsThe Deseret News (October 22, 1994)
    – Guatemala: Amokläufer erschlägt acht Menschen, Luzerner Neuste Nachrichten (October 24, 1994)
    – Mann tötete im Wahn acht Betrunkene, Saarbrücker Zeitung (October 24, 1994)
  17. Jump up^ Victims of an insane IndianThe New York Times (March 3, 1889)
    – A crazy Indian runs amuckThe Quebec Saturday Budget (March 9, 1889)
    – A crazy Indian runs amuckNew York Herald (March 3, 1889)
    – Short News – Jim, a young SeminoleStanford Semi-Weekly Interior Journal (March 5, 1889)
  18. Jump up^ Crazed by Real Estate Losses, Georgian Runs AmuckThe New York Times (March 7, 1915)
    – Seven on Brunswick Death ListThe New York Times (March 8, 1915)
    – Relatives here of men wounded by insane manThe Evening Independent (March 8, 1915)
    – Frightful tragedy enacted here with horrible resultsThe Brunswick News (March 7, 1915)
    – The Brunswick Police Department Honors Officer R.N. DeaverBrunswick Police Department
    – Monroe Phillips & The Brunswick Massacreglynngen.com
  19. Jump up^ A tragedia da noite passada, Folha de Noite (October 23, 1939)
    – Proseguem as investigações sobre os acontecimentos de domingo, Folha de Noite (October 25, 1939)
    – Na policia e nas ruas – Sangrentos disturbios praticados por um soldado, Folha da Manhã(October 24, 1939)
    – Na policia e nas ruas – O inquerito instaurado sobre os tragicos successos de domingo ultimo, Folha da Manhã (October 25, 1939)
    – Na policia e nas ruas – Ainda os acontecimentos de domingo, Folha da Manhã (October 26, 1939)
    – Na policia e nas ruas – Falleceu mais uma das victimas do crime praticado pelo soldado Manoel Modesto Filho, Folha da Manhã (October 27, 1939)
    – Memorias do ventura
  20. Jump up^ Peasant goes berserk kills 7 with knifeChicago Tribune (February 21, 1968)
    – Kills seven, Winnipeg Free Press (February 21, 1968)
    – Around the world – Bogota, The Dover Daily Reporter (February 22, 1968)
  21. Jump up^ A Life of Resistance: A Special ReportThe New York Times (December 14, 1995)
    – An Emergency Exit Had Been Blocked In Blaze in HarlemThe New York Times(December 14, 1995)
    – 8 killed in rampage gunfire, arson attack on 125th St.Daily News (December 9, 1995)
  22. Jump up^ The End of Bad Boy CollinsTime (November 15, 1948)
    – Berserk gunman kills seven and the ends his lifeSt. Petersburg Times (November 7, 1948)
    – 8 dead in gun battle, Chester Times (November 6, 1948)
    – ‘Numbers’ racket angle in massacre denied by police, Chester Times (November 8, 1948)
    – Market Square Slayer a ‘Good Boy’, Dad Says, Chester Times (January 18, 1949)
  23. Jump up^ A trail of murder: The overviewThe New York Times (June 22, 1995)
    – A trail of murder: The victimsThe New York Times (June 22, 1995)
    – A trail of murder: The overviewThe New York Times (June 23, 1995)
    – A trail of murder: The victimsThe New York Times (June 23, 1995)
  24. Jump up^ Wild Chinese GunLos Angeles Times (July 20, 1898)
    – Another accountLos Angeles Times (July 20, 1898)
    – A fugitive’s crimeNorth Otago Times (September 24, 1898)
    – Six blown to eternity, Oakland Tribune (July 19, 1898)
    – Holds the magazineLos Angeles Herald (July 19, 1898)
    – An awful suicideLos Angeles Herald (July 20, 1898)
    – The Melrose InquestLos Angeles Herald (July 22, 1898)
  25. Jump up^ Desperado kills threeThe New York Times (April 7, 1902)
    – Three died from woundsThe New York Times (April 8, 1902)
    – Three of the Wounded DeadThe Hartford Courant (April 8, 1902)
    – Negro slays white men, The Racine Journal (April 8, 1902)
    – ‘Colbert’s worst tragedy’ occurred 70 years agoTimesDaily (June 24, 1971)
    – Charles Gassaway at The Officer Down Memorial Page
  26. Jump up^ Crazed Negro Killed Seven Persons Sunday, Logansport Pharos-Reporter (April 10, 1916)
    – Negro murders seven people, The Lancaster Daily Gazette (April 11, 1916)
    – Mad black slays 7 persons, Bode Bugle (April 14, 1916)
    – Negro kills sevenThe Washington Herald (April 11, 1916)
  27. Jump up^ 7 Slain, 3 Wounded in MichiganThe New York Times (March 18, 1968)
    – Woodcutter shoots, kills 6St. Petersburg Times (March 18, 1968)
    – Michigan rifleman kills 7 in shooting rampageToledo Blade (March 18, 1968)
    – Woodsman kills sevenThe Bryan Times (March 18, 1968)
    – Pearson conviction upheld, Ironwood Daily Globe (June 4, 1970)
  28. Jump up^ Murderer of Seven: Sets Fire to Country Home of Frank Lloyd Wright Near Spring Green,The Weekly Home News (August 20, 1914)
    – Mystery of the murders at TaliesinBBC News (January 14, 2001)
  29. Jump up^ Danish Student’s Rampage Leaves 7 DeadSt. Louis Post-Dispatch (January 3, 1990)
    – Ingen prøveløsladelse til AbelSermitsiaq (January 29, 2009)
  30. Jump up^ Eskimo runs amuck in far north; kills 7Chicago Daily Tribune (July 23, 1922)
    – Eskimo kills seven menThe New York Times (July 23, 1922)
  31. Jump up^ Mad Filipino kills six with bolo in SeattleThe New York Times (November 25, 1932)
    – Filipino who slew six lays frenzy to theftThe New York Times (November 26, 1932)
    – Crime-of-the-WeekTime (December 5, 1932)
    – Seattle Filipino who killed sixSpokane Daily Chronicle (November 28, 1932)
    – Life term given – Washington FilipinoThe Southeast Missourian (April 19, 1933)
  32. Jump up^ Sanchez, Ray, Vercammen, Paul, and Sterling Joe (May 24, 2014). “Video examined after rampage leaves 7 dead, 13 hurt in Calif. college town”. CNN. Retrieved 24 May 2014.
  33. Jump up^ Man Convicted in Killing of 6The New York Times (April 6, 1989)
  34. Jump up^ Chief slays six of tribeLos Angeles Times (September 2, 1910)
    – Family is wiped out by Indian, Reno Evening Gazette (September 1, 1910)
    – Six slain, seven wounded by IndianSan Francisco Call (September 2, 1910)
  35. Jump up^ Rampaging Gunman kills 6 in BahamasThe New York Times (May 22, 1964)
    – Lovelorn builder runs amok with gun, kills sixRome News-Tribune (May 21, 1964)
    – Killer stalks Nassau; 8 deadThe Miami News (May 21, 1964)
  36. Jump up^ Five murders in one dayThe New York Times (January 8, 1897)
    – Killed by the deputiesThe New York Times (January 9, 1897)
  37. Jump up^ Policeman kills 7 in El SalvadorWilmington Morning Star (June 3, 2000)
    – Agente PNC asesina a siete personas en La Uniónlaprensa.com.sv (June 3, 2000)
    – PNC acusado de masacre tenía antecedenteslaprensa.com.sv (June 4, 2000)
    – Familiares de soldados exigen justicialaprensa.com.sv (June 4, 2000)
    – Mañana audiencia contra agente PNClaprensa.com.sv (June 6, 2000)
    – Prorrogan audiencia de ex PNC acusado de matar a 6 personaslaprensa.com.sv(November 1, 2000)
    – Pena máxima para homicida de seis personaslaprensa.com.sv (June 17, 2001)
    – Policía masacra a sieteelsalvador.com (June 3, 2000)
    – Inicia proceso judicial contra policía acusado de masacreelsalvador.com (June 6, 2000)
    – Descartan que policía acusado de masacre estuviera drogadoelsalvador.com (June 14, 2000)
  38. Jump up^ Shooting spree suspect to make court appearance WednesdaySeattle Post Intelligencer(September 3, 2008)
    – 6 dead in Skagit County shooting rampageThe Seattle Times (September 3, 2008)
    – Skagit spree killer sentenced to life in custodyThe Seattle Times (November 30, 2009)
  39. Jump up^ Think slayers of six Ozark men trappedThe Regina Leader-Post (January 4, 1932)
    – Man hunt is on for slayers of Ozark officersSt. Joseph News-Press (January 4, 1932)
    – Davis, Bruce: We’re Dead, Come on in; Pelican Publishing, 2005. ISBN 978-1-58980-326-8
  40. Jump up^ Charged in death of six, Winnipeg Free Press (August 31, 1972)
    – Killer of six insane, The Lethbridge Herald (October 8, 1974)
    – Gunman on rampage kills six people in remote lake area of B.C. interiorThe Ottawa Citizen (August 30, 1972)
    – Suspect, 27, charged in B.C. killing spreeThe Montreal Gazette (August 31, 1972)
    – Gunman kills six in shooting spreeEllensburg Daily Record (August 30, 1972)
    – Mental patient charged with B.C. slayingsThe Bulletin (August 31, 1972)
  41. Jump up^ Cutlass carnage in BuxtonStabroek News (December 10, 1994)
    – Killer had a history of threatening villagersStabroek News (December 11, 1994)
    – Buxton – Where coke is as easily purchased as a cigaretteStabroek News (September 10, 1995)
    – Man with machete hacks six to death in Guyana, Pacific Stars and Stripes (December 12, 1994)
  42. Jump up^ Amokläufer tötete 9 MenschenLuxemburger Wort (April 22, 1941)
    – La furia omicida di un pazzoLa Stampa (April 9, 1941)
  43. Jump up^ 6 killed in Alaska in shooting spreeThe New York Times (March 3, 1983)
    – Gunman kills six in Alaska villageEugene Register-Guard (March 2, 1983)
    – Shooting spree shocks Alaskan mining townThe Free-Lance Star (March 3, 1983)
    – Murderer sentenced to 634 yearsThe Bulletin (July 29, 1984)
    – Brennan, Tom: Murder at 40 Below: True Crime Stories from Alaska; Epicenter Press, 2001. ISBN 978-0-945397-99-1
  44. Jump up^ Vang pleads not guilty in hunter shootingsSt. Paul Pioneer Press (December 30, 2004)
  45. Jump up^ World in Brief – The AmericasThe Washington Post (June 11, 2007)
    – Dos soldados asesinan 6 civiles en ColombiaDiario de Cuyo (June 11, 2007)
    – Varios años de prisión piden para soldados responsables del asesinato de 6 personas en el CaquetáColombia para Todos (June 11, 2007)
    – Por una cerveza, soldados mataron a seis personasEl Tiempo (June 11, 2007)
    – Por miedo, los niños de Balsillas (Caquetá) trasladaron su escuela a una tabernaEl Tiempo (August 11, 2007)
    – Comandante del Ejército, general Mario Montoya, a debate en Cámara por muerte de civilesEl Tiempo (August 27, 2007)
    – Con 1.500 votos en ‘mandato’, niños de Balsillas piden escuelaEl Tiempo (November 11, 2008)
  46. Jump up^ Six shot to death in Dallas clubThe Philadelphia Inquirer (June 30, 1984)
    – Mass murderer sentencedThe Wichita Eagle (November 16, 1984)
    – 6 die in Dallas club as enraged man fires wildlyThe New York Times (June 30, 1984)
    – Man accused of Dallas slayings had a long overseas crime recordThe Gainesville Sun(August 6, 1984)
  47. Jump up^ Slays six persons in near-by housesThe New York Times (September 21, 1911)
  48. Jump up^ Mexican, Crazed by Marihuana, Runs Amuck With Butcher KnifeThe New York Times(February 21, 1925)
  49. Jump up^ Stockton Slayer Listed Victims in NotebookThe New York Times (March 20, 1926)
    – Californian kills 6; ends life in auto as pursuers fireThe New York Times (March 19, 1926)
    – Six are killed by demented Stockton manThe Gridley Herald (March 20, 1926)
    – Jealousy crazed man slew six; killed in gun battleEvening Independent (March 19, 1926)
    – Slayer of six ends chase by shooting selfThe Reading Eagle (March 19, 1926)
    – Killed sixThe Crawfordsville Review (May 11, 1926)
  50. Jump up^ Six shot to death outside nightclubEugene Register-Guard (July 24, 1977)
    – Charges pending in deaths of 6 personsThe Spokesman-Review (July 24, 1977)
    – Oregon gunman arraigned amid threats on his lifeThe Spokesman-Review (July 26, 1977)
    – Klamath Falls slayer handed six life sentencesThe Bulletin (December 19, 1979)
  51. Jump up^ Sniper Slays 6 in Jersey And Then Takes Own LifeThe New York Times (August 27, 1977)
    – Ex-marine kills six in random shooting spreeBoca Raton News (August 28, 1977)
    – Argument over car insurance may have triggered killing of sixEugene Register-Guard(August 30, 1977)
  52. Jump up^ Texan who killed 6 in 1983 is executed by lethal injectionThe New York Times (March 5, 1987)
    – Five killed in shooting spreeThe Spokesman-Review (October 13, 1983)
    – Two testify Moreno violent after drinkingThe Victoria Advocate (February 8, 1984)
    – Texan is executed for killing sixThe New York Times (March 4, 1987)
  53. Jump up^ Gunman kills 3, himselfMohave Daily Miner (September 23, 1987)
    – Gunman kills 3 and selfThe Bryan Times (September 23, 1987)
    – Man called “Rambo” goes on fatal shooting spreeSpokane Chronicle (September 23, 1987)
    – Possible Link in Texas, Missouri shootingsThe Ledger (September 24, 1987)
    – “Rambo” kills three, then shoots himself deadWilmington Morning Star (September 23, 1987)
  54. Jump up^ “Police: Gunman in Fla. standoff lived in building”
  55. Jump up^ Crazed ex-convict kills 5, wounds 15St. Joseph Gazette (February 14, 1957)
    – Crazed Dancer Killed After 5 Persons Slain, The Daily Journal[[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed] (February 14, 1957)
    – Berserk man kills five, Independent Record (February 14, 1957)
  56. Jump up^ A negro desperado kills five and wounds twelve peopleHawera & Normanby Star(November 17, 1906)
    – Negro kills five menThe New York Times (November 15, 1906)
    – Mitchell, Ted: Thomas Wolfe: an illustrated biography; Pegasus Books (2006) (pp.42)
  57. Jump up^ Maniac kills two, shoots tenThe New York Times (March 7, 1933)
    – Patrolman Herman PahlerThe Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society
    – Two are killed by crazed manThe Evening Independent (March 7, 1933)
    – Five die from maniac attack on pedestriansThe Deseret News (March 8, 1933)
    – Five now dead from gun of insane man at Cleveland, The Sandusky Star-Journal (March 7, 1933)
    – Death toll in shooting now stands at 6, The Elyra Chronicle-Telegram (March 8, 1933)
    – Madman’s bullets claim 6th victim, The Sandusky Register (March 9, 1933)
  58. Jump up^ Held as slayer of fourThe New York Times (February 28, 1933)
    – Bloody Thursday in BarbadosThe Virgin Islands Daily News (March 21, 1933)
    – Seon Hope hangedThe Virgin Islands Daily News (May 15, 1933)
    – Mad man’s rage strews ground with dead and wounded, The Gleaner (March 4, 1933)
    – Barbados labourer to stand trial, The Gleaner (March 21, 1933)
    – Murderer hanged, The Gleaner (April 7, 1933)
  59. Jump up^ Ex-Airman who killed 4 had emotional problemsAssociated Press (June 22, 1994)
    – An Airman’s Revenge: 5 Minutes of TerrorThe New York Times (June 22, 1994)
    – Man Bent On Revenge Kills 4, Hurts 23The Seattle Times (June 21, 1994)
    – $15 Million Claim FiledThe Seattle Times (February 5, 1995)
  60. Jump up^ Quiet gunman kills 4, wounds 19 in OregonPittsburgh Post-Gazette (May 9, 1981)
    – Gunman kills four, wounds 20 in Oregon tavernThe Evening Independent (May 8, 1981)
    – Gunman kills 4, wounds 19 in SalemEugene Register-Guard (May 8, 1981)
    – Unsettled by the horror of unfathomable violenceThe Seattle Times (June 16, 2006)
  61. Jump up^ Negro kills seven, slain by pursuersThe New York Times (November 16, 1908)
    – Murderer is burnedThe Free Lance (November 17, 1908)
    – Five men meet death in city of Okmulgee, Muskogee Times-Democrat (November 16, 1908)
    – Heroes are buried; Okmulgee mourns, Muskogee Times-Democrat (November 17, 1908)
    – Oklahoma Law Enforcement Memorial – Okmulgee Police Department
  62. Jump up^ Un demente mata a pedradas a cuatro personasABC (April 11, 1974)
    – Un demente mata a pedradas a cuatro personasLa Vanguardia (April 11, 1974)
  63. Jump up^ Man Amuck, Kills 5, Wounds 7 PossemenThe Washington Post (December 15, 1923)
    – Negro shoots down twelce before dying, The Ogden Standard-Examiner (December 15, 1923)
    – Killed three white men and wounded nine at Drew, Miss.The Victoria Advocate (December 16, 1923)
    – Orr-Klopfer, M. Susan: Where Rebels Roost – Mississippi Civil Rights Revisited; (2005)
  64. Jump up^ Gunman’s motive remains mysteryThe New York Times (May 31, 1972)
    – Death for SaleThe New York Times (June 1, 1972)
    – Shooting spree, senator’s tour said only coincidenceThe Evening Independent (May 30, 1972)
  65. Jump up^ Heavily armed man kills 4, injures 7 in restaurantToledo Blade (August 8, 1993)
    – ‘Mama, I don’t know why’The Lexington Dispatch (August 9, 1993)
    – Restaurant killings stun copsThe Mount Airy News (August 9, 1993)
    – Friends say accused killer troubledThe Hendersonville Times-News (August 16, 1993)
    – French to plead for his lifeWilmington Morning Star (April 8, 1994)
    – Man sentenced to life in prison for four murdersSpartanburg Herald-Journal (April 16, 1994)
  66. Jump up^ Angry Young ManThe New York Times (April 6, 1969)
    – Pike killer felt violence only racial answerPittsburgh Post-Gazette (April 7, 1969)
    – Pike killer not on drugsPittsburgh Post-Gazette (April 10, 1969)
  67. Jump up^ Ex-Convict in Rampage Kills 3 And Wounds 14 Before SuicideThe New York Times (April 26, 1976)
    – 4 die in 2-state crime spreeSt. Petersburg Times (April 26, 1976)
    – Man who died in gunbattle with Pearson saved 3 lives: witnessSt. Petersburg Times (April 27, 1976)
    – Bloody rampageThe Evening Independent (April 26, 1976)
  68. Jump up^ Sniper wounds 11, kills 2, himselfThe Milwaukee Sentinel (April 26, 1965)
    – Young sniper on California hill kills 2 motorists, wounds 12Eugene Register-Guard (April 26, 1965)
    – Teenage sniper kills 2, wounds 11Ocala Star-Banner (April 26, 1965)
    – High school boy turns sniper; kills two, selfThe Free Lance–Star (April 26, 1965)
    – Third victim of sniper diesThe Free Lance–Star (April 27, 1965)
    – Boy dies of wounds inflicted by sniperThe New York Times (April 27, 1965)
  69. Jump up^ Three killed with pair of barber shears, The Lima News (December 29, 1937)
    – 3 Slain, 10 Knifed As Asiatic Runs Amok on CoastThe Washington Post (December 29, 1937)
    – Crazed dishwasher kills 3, wounds 10The Owosso Argus-Press (December 29, 1937)
    – Crazed man wounds nine in meleeLodi News-Sentinel (December 29, 1937)
    – Olson Reprieves Two MurderersLos Angeles Times (July 13, 1939)
    – 3 killed, nine injured as man runs amok here, Oakland Tribune (December 29, 1937)
    – Oakland slayer must die by gas, Oakland Tribune (April 5, 1938)
    – Filipino who slew 3 here beats gas fate, Oakland Tribune (October 20, 1939)
    – Oakland slayer of 3 dies of pneumonia, Oakland Tribune (November 17, 1939)
  70. Jump up^ Mozingo struggled to delay his day of reckoningThe Sacramento Bee (October 29, 1985)
    – Three shot to death in bar; suspect heldEugene Register-Guard (October 3, 1982)
    – Suspect in slayings found dead in cellThe Gadsden Times (October 28, 1985)
  71. Jump up^ Pa. health club shooting gunman a 48-year-old manAssociated Press (August 5, 2009)
  72. Jump up^ Two slain, 31 hurt by sniper in TexasThe New York Times (April 28, 1979)
    – San Antonio’s Police Seek Clues On Why Sniper Fired at CrowdThe New York Times(April 29, 1979)
    – Sniper kills pair, dies during Texas paradePittsburgh Post-Gazette (April 28, 1979)
    – Sniper kills two, 47 hurtThe Bryan Times (April 28, 1979)
  73. Jump up^ One New York hit-and-run victim diesThe Spokesman-Review (February 16, 2002)
    – Anger drove driver – ‘Mad at world,’ hit-run suspect told momNew York Daily News (March 6, 2002)
    – Madman behind wheel hits again – 7 pedestrians hurt near Penn StationNew York Daily News (February 15, 2002)
    – Midtown madman’s new rap – More charges due as shooting victim dies in JerseyNew York Daily News (November 12, 2002)
    – Guilty plea for driver in rampageNew York Daily News (September 29, 2005)
    – Defendant Completes TestsThe New York Times (February 28, 2002)
    – Man Accused in Hit-and-Runs Gets 30 Years in Neighbor’s KillingThe New York Times(April 17, 2004)
  74. Jump up^ Man accused in shooting “was no criminal”, twin saysDaily Herald (April 21, 2001)
    – Shooting suspect was an ex-conThe Item (April 16, 2001)
    – Bar shooting suspect described as obsessedReading Eagle (April 16, 2001)
    – Ex-convict who killed 2 receives death sentenceThe Deseret News (November 21, 2001)
    – Death row inmates receive lifeChicago Tribune (January 12, 2003)
  75. Jump up^ Father, 2 Children Dead After ShootoutThe New York Times (September 7, 1988)
    – Hostage Negotiators Ponder the Deadly Outcome of SiegeThe New York Times(September 8, 1988)
  76. Jump up^ Slasher cuts 8 men’s throats in 2-hour-spreeSt. Petersburg Times (June 29, 1981)
    – Skid Row Slasher hits nine vagrantsThe Montreal Gazette (July 2, 1981)
    – Manhattan slasher kills 2, wounds 4The Day (July 6, 1981)
    – Skid Row Slasher suspect is chargedThe Afro American (July 18, 1981)
    – Slashings Suspect Admits 2 AttacksThe New York Times August 26, 1981()
    – Plea Withdrawn In Slashings CaseThe New York Times (Oczober 6, 1981)
    – Slashing Suspect Ruled Mentally Unfit for TrialThe New York Times (March 18, 1982)
    – ‘Slasher’ killed by prison inmateThe Hour (August 1, 1985)
    – Murder suspectsJet (July 23, 1981)
  77. Jump up^ Berserk Gunman goes on killing spree, Galveston Daily News (May 25, 1975)
    – Psychiatrists warned of killer, The Advocate (May 28, 1975)
    – Ex-convict on shooting spree kills 2, rapes 2, and wounds 9St. Petersburg Times (May 25, 1975)
    – Ex-convict talked about death earlier, Bluefield Daily Telegraph (May 26, 1975)
  78. Jump up^ Accused Sniper A “Black Sheep” Neighbors SayThe New York Times (November 1, 1976)
    – Convicted murderer coming up for paroleThe Daily Gazette (July 13, 2007)
  79. Jump up^ Particulars of a terrible tragedyDaily Alta California (July 24, 1863)
    – Terrible tragedy in CaliforniaChicago Tribune (August 20, 1863)
    – Frightful occurrence – A maniac runs a muckThe Daily True Delta (September 17, 1863)
    – The man with the ax, in Angel, Myron (ed.): History of Nevada, 1881; Thompson & West, 1881. (p. 470/71)

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