The Black serial killer: 9 faces of death and madness
Evil has no color barrier and serial killers prove the point. There is a misconception among many that Black people could never commit mass murder of the most heinous sort and they are absolutely wrong. Here are nine of the most infamous known Black serial killers that should haunt your nightmares.
Jake Bird was arrested in Tacoma, Washington, on Oct. 30, 1947. He broke into the home of Bertha Kludt and her daughter, Beverly June Kludt, and hacked them to death with an ax. He confessed to the killings and was sentenced to death. On Nov. 26, 1947, following a three-day trial, he was convicted of first-degree murder. He confessed to 44 murders during his travels as a hobo across the country. He was hanged at the Washington State Penitentiary on July 15, 1949.