Twitter Serial Killer Arrested After Japanese Police Find Nine Dismembered Bodies

Social media accounts can take your life in danger, like this news came to light. A Japanese man talked to people on their social media accounts and killed them after meeting them. A man has confessed to killing nine people he befriended on Twitter and dismembering their bodies at his flat. You never know what can happen to you, so be safe and browse safely.

Takahiro Shiraishi


The 27 years old Takahiro said he met the victims, eight women, and a man, after contacting them on social media.

Bodies were in his apartment


The bodies had been chopped up and were kept in separate coolers. Police have recovered 240 bones from his apartment.

Why did he kill them?


All had communicated suicidal thoughts and he attracted them to his apartment with offers of help to die, it is accepted. Shiraishi has allegedly admitted all, telling police a some of the killings were roused by rape and others by cash.

 His motive behind the murders


He stole around 500,000 yen (around £3,300) from one victim. Shiraishi said, “I couldn’t throw away (the bodies) out of fear for being caught.” Click on the next page to know how he did it?

How he kept them in his apartment?


He said he dismantled the bodies in the washroom using a saw which has also been recuperated. The serial killing binge occurred over only two months amongst August and September.

How police found out about it?


The awful case became visible following a 23-year-old lady vanished. In the wake of detailing her missing, her sibling started taking a look at her  social media accounts and saw that she had posted a message on Twitter which said she was “looking for someone who will die with me and wants to die but is scared of dying alone.” Click on the next page to continue.

Shiraishi was with her


Shiraishi was caught on CCTV walking close to his flat with the missing lady. Shiraishi is right now captured on doubt of surrendering a body, however, more charges could take after. The body parts include no less than two disjoined heads.

Neighbor’s response


A neighbor said he noticed something odd from the flat in August. “I thought it smelled like sewage,” the man said. “It was something I never smelled before.”