Ivan Milat, otherwise known as the Backpacker Killer, died in jail in 2019. He spent his last months isolated and in pain.
"Unfortunately, he is now forever infamously part of history, and I chose to have that DNA history a part of me."
Thailand's Purported Hannibal Lecter to Receive Proper Burial After 60-Plus Years in a Glass Display Case
The university that displayed his body to the public for decades made the announcement amid a wave of skepticism as to the guilt of Si Quey Sae-Ung, a bogeyman to generations of Thai kids.
Vellanki Simhadri was arrested for brutally murdering people by scamming them into believing he had supernatural powers and could double their wealth and cure chronic ailments.
Australia's so-called Backpacker Killer died behind bars on Sunday—and detectives are certain he took some of his secrets to the grave with him.
Milat was transferred from jail to hospital last week following reports that he's been "in agony" with oesophagus and stomach cancer.
Over 2 million police personnel investigated the case for over three decades.
By law, Australian landlords are supposed to reveal if a previous tenant was murdered. But many don't.
“I wanted him to reveal himself for what he was. He was a piece of shit.”
Prosecutors warned those in attendance that graphic and gruesome details could affect the well-being of those in the courtroom.
The alleged serial killer will reportedly plead guilty Tuesday morning.
Toronto police say they have no reason to believe there are more victims.