Who Is The Serial Killer John Robinson?

When it comes to serial killers, John Robinson makes the list as one of the earliest to use the internet to lure his victims. Born in the early 1940s to a stern mother and an alcoholic father, he struggled to find his place in the world but failed to do so through academics.

However, that didn’t stop the con man from using falsified credentials to secure a decent job. He was arrested for embezzling money from the practice rather than a failure to do his duties properly. Although he attempted to act and interact with the community as an average citizen, that was simply not the case.

Though his first victim has not been found, investigators believe his employee Paula Godfrey fell prey to him in 1984. It appears that he found his next victim the following year while using an assumed name. A young mother in a shelter for abused women, she thought he was going to help her and her daughter. Instead, he forged paperwork and sold her daughter to his own brother, taking money from him for the effort. Lisa Stasi, the mother, was never seen nor heard from again. A third potential victim vanished after being hired by Robinson, but her case is still open.

Incarcerated from 1987 to 1993 for various fraud and related convictions, John Robinson stepped up his game by the time that he got out. In addition to luring the prison librarian to leave Missouri and return with him to Kansas, where she was never heard from again, he also began to cruise the web under the name of Slavemaster in search of new victims.

While the name might seem twisted, he used the dominant cover in the early BDSM chat rooms. After luring several victims to his farm, he began to make mistakes and eventually authorities were able to search his property due to allegations of theft.

What they found was a grisly discovery: two dead women. Missouri authorities then had probable cause to search a storage facility rented by Robinson where they found five additional bodies, bringing the total number of dead women to at least seven.

Considered by some to be the first internet killer, John Robinson sits on death row in Kansas. He is the first sentence upheld since the 1994 reinstatement of capital punishment in Kansas. It is feared by police that there are additional victims which have yet to be found, leaving this harrowing tale with potentially more to come.

3 Famous Serial Killers

In understanding human nature, it is important and perhaps necessary to look at the dark side of humanity. This allows us to understand the spectrum that people fall on and study why a certain person may commit atrocities. This is perhaps why we tend to have a fascination with serial killers. When it comes to studying these serial killers, there are always some whose reputation stands the test of time. Countless books have been written and documentaries made about the serial killers below, so read on to learn which are three of the most infamous serial killers to ever live.

The Zodiac Killer

The zodiac killer set the tone in terms of what we think of related to serial killers for cerebral and leave clues. There is often the idea that a serial killer actually wants to get caught or that they play a cat and mouse game with authorities. The zodiac killer exemplified this in spades, leaving puzzles, riddles, symbols and some of the most intricate traces at the scene of every crime. This is why this killer goes down as one of the most intriguing ever in New York State.

Ted Bundy

Ted Bundy is one of the most infamous serial killers due to the fact that he took his monstrousness never before seen heights by actually performing sexual acts on his victims. He was a necrophile whose acts are considered some of the most darkest in terms of serial killing.

Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper is a serial killer who lived in London in the 1800s and was infamous for killing several London prostitutes over a three-year span. He has had many imitators over the years and is one of the most deadly killers in London history.

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How Are The Kardashians connected to OJ Simpson?

The OJ Simpson Trial was literally the trial of the 21st century. But little do people know the mass media surrounding this trial is connected to the mass media that is now following around The Kardashians. Without this trial, the Kardashians wouldn’t require “keeping up with.” Let’s dive into these three points to get a better understanding of how this took place.

1. He was friends with and represented by Robert Kardashian

The first piece of the puzzle to understand is that O.J. Simpson was very good friends with Robert Kardashian. Robert was O.J.’s confidant and was a participant on the dream team legal defense team that was put together in order to represent him. Robert would eventually die, but the link between the families was what brought the Kardashian family to prominence in the eyes of America.

2. The Kardashians and the girls were friends with the family

In addition to Robert being friends with OJ, the Kardashian girls and wife were friends with O.J. Simpson and his family. There are many famous photographs from that period of time and the family was often interwoven into some of the storylines related to the case and the fascination with the Brentwood lifestyle.

3. OJ Simpson’s trial kicked off the reality craze

The craze of the O.J. Simpson case has lived forever, due to the fact that it literally started the reality TV sensation. You can find O.J. Simpson coverage on every channel in the early to mid-90s and reality giants were ever since. This not only changed television, it changed what people look for in terms of news and popular culture. Since the Kardashian family was an integral part of this craze, it is no accident that years later, they are also the standard of reality television.

10 Trials That Fascinated America

We stole this list from Mojo Jojo, who does a very good job of selecting a top 10. This is our precursor as we instead to go through each of these trails more in depth as continue to write more and more articles for this blog. There are some major accusations of cover-ups, biased media coverage, racial discrimination and so much for us to comment on.

10. Scott Peterson Trial
9. Mike Tyson Rape Trial
8. Clay Shaw Trial
7. Casey Anthony Murder Trial
6. Michael Jackson Molestation Trial
5. Marilyn Manson et al: LaBianca Tate Murder Trial
4. Impeachment of Bill Clinton
3. Timothy McVeigh: Oklahoma City Bombing Trial
2. Rodney King Trial
1. O.J. Simpson Murder Trial

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