12 Top Horrific Serial Killers In State History of Texas

Everything is bigger in Texas, and Texas killers are among the most fierce and infamous in the country. Beyond the sheer number of serial killers in the Lone Star State, there are a few killers whose crimes are particularly stunning and terrible. This list of serial killers in Texas covers gruesome territory, so the squeamish should be adviced. Many of these criminals were caught, imprisoned, and at last executed, yet a few, similar to the Servant Girl Annihilator and the Phantom Killer, were never identified, let alone caught. Serial killers from Texas are on this list and in addition the individuals who killed in the state but were not Texas natives.

Everything is bigger in Texas, and Texas killers are among the most fierce and infamous in the country. Beyond the sheer number of serial killers in the Lone Star State, there are a few killers whose crimes are particularly stunning and terrible. This list of serial killers in Texas covers gruesome territory, so the squeamish should be adviced. Many of these criminals were caught, imprisoned, and at last executed, yet a few, similar to the Servant Girl Annihilator and the Phantom Killer, were never identified, let alone caught.

The Phantom Killer

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One of the first serial killer in Texas history, the Phantom killer murdered five individuals and injured three others from February to May of 1946. “The Texarkana Moonlight Murders” sent the border town of Texarkana into a panic. The whole town invested months going into lockdown at sunset. The whole difficulty reads like a bad campfire ghost story, with teens murdered on lover’s lane, harrowing escapes, and a killer who was never found.

Charles Albright

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Sentenced for killing three prostitutes from 1990 to 1991, the “Dallas Ripper” has also known as the Eyeball Killer that reveals to all of you have to know about him. As the name suggests, Albright surgically removed the eyes of each of the three of his victims.

Dean Corll

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“The Candyman” was the stuff of Hollywood horror. In the mid-1970s, Corll drugged, raped, mutilated, and killed nearly 27 boys aged 13 to 18 years old.

Joe Ball

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In the 1930s, Joe Ball’s murder spree was such a media sensation, to the point that it almost turned into the stuff of famous stories, however, Ball’s 20 female victims were real – just like the crocs, he fed their bodies to. Click on the next page to read more.