These are locations that relate to serial killers, mobsters, murderers, mass shooters, criminals, and other notorious figures.
Seattle, Washington, United States
Serial killer Ted Bundy began renting a room at this house in Seattle in September of 1969.
Bundy's killing spree started while he was living at this address.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
This is the house where suspected serial killer Wayne Williams lived.
The authorities believe that Williams is responsible for at least 22 victims in the Atlanta murders of 1979–1981. Following his incarceration, the murders stopped.
Port Orange, Florida, United States
This is the motel where female serial killer Aileen Wuornos stayed during her crime spree in 1989 and 1990.
Wuornos lived here with her girlfriend up until her arrest in January of 1991.
Webster, New York, United States
In December of 2012, former convict William Spengler set fire to his house at 191 Lake Road in Webster, New York.
When firefighters arrived at the scene, he ambushed them with a rifle and killed two men.
Manhattan, New York, United States
On October 25th, 1957, crime boss Albert Anastasia was shot dead at this location on 7th Avenue in Manhattan.
At the time of the murder, it was a barber shop. These days, it is a Starbucks.
Burlington, Vermont, United States
Serial killer Ted Bundy was born at this location on Shelburne Road in Burlington, Vermont.
At the time, it was a home for unwed mothers. These days, it is an office building.
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
On February 8th, 1978, 14-year-old Leslie Parmenter was approached by a strange man at this parking lot in Jacksonville, Florida.
Later, it emerged that the man in question was serial killer Ted Bundy.
Edmond, Oklahoma, United States
In August of 1986, part-time mailman Patrick Henry Sherrill shot dead 14 people at this post office in Edmond, Oklahoma.
The shooting later inspired the phrase "going postal."
Iowa City, Iowa, United States
In March of 2008, former banking executive Steven Sueppel murdered his family at this house on Barrington Road in Iowa City.
Afterwards, he committed suicide by driving his van into a concrete pillar on a nearby interstate.
Brooklyn, New York, United States
In January of 1983, Roy DeMeo's body was found in the trunk of a car at the Varuna Boat Club in the Sheepshead Bay area of Brooklyn.
The Gambino mobster had been shot five times in the head.
Arlington, New York, United States
Serial killer Kendall Francois lived at this house on Fulton Avenue in Poughkeepsie, New York, until his arrest in September of 1998.
Following his arrest, his victims' remains were found in the attic and basement.
Peoria, Illinois, United States
Serial killer Larry Bright lived at this house on West Starr Court in Peoria, Illinois, until his arrest in January 2005.
During questioning, he confessed to burning the bodies of his victims in the backyard.
Staten Island, New York, United States
In March of 2019, Gambino mob boss Frank Cali was shot dead outside of this house on Staten Island.
The authorities believe that his killer was a paranoid conspiracy theorist.
Chesnee, South Carolina, United States
In November of 2003, Todd Kohlhepp murdered four people at the Superbike Motorsports store in Chesnee, South Carolina.
The case remained unsolved until he was arrested for kidnapping thirteen years later.
Chicago, Illinois, United States
In July of 1966, Richard Speck murdered eight student nurses at this house on East 100th Street in Chicago.
Miraculously, one woman managed to survive the attack by hiding underneath a bed.
Los Angeles, California, United States
On August 31st, 1985, serial killer Richard Ramirez was arrested at this location on Hubbard Street in East Los Angeles.
Ramirez was apprehended after a group of residents beat him and held him down.
Seattle, Washington, United States
In the early hours of December 1st, 2009, wanted cop killer Maurice Clemmons was shot dead by a patrol officer at this location on Kenyon Street in Seattle.
Two days earlier, he had ambushed and killed four police officers at a coffee shop in Parkland.
The Bronx, New York, United States
On Christmas Eve in 1975, serial killer David Berkowitz stabbed his first known victim, Michelle Forman, on this pedestrian footbridge in Co-op City.
Fortunately, she survived the attack and was discharged from the hospital one week later.