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The 10 Most Dangerous Prisoners in America

Richard Ramirez

Also known as the "Night Stalker," Ramirez was a notorious serial killer, rapist, and burglar who terrorized California in the 1980s.

Ted Bundy

A charismatic and highly intelligent serial killer who confessed to over 30 homicides across several states during the 1970s.

Charles Manson

The mastermind behind the Manson Family cult, responsible for a series of brutal murders, including the infamous Tate-LaBianca killings in 1969.

Jeffrey Dahmer

Infamously known as the "Milwaukee Cannibal," Dahmer was a serial killer and necrophile who committed heinous acts on his victims.

John Wayne Gacy

Dubbed the "Killer Clown," Gacy was a serial killer and sexual predator who murdered at least 33 young boys in the 1970s.

Aileen Wuornos

One of America's few female serial killers, Wuornos was convicted of killing seven men and claimed they had all assaulted her.

Albert Fish

A serial killer and cannibal who targeted children, boasting about committing countless gruesome acts before his capture in the 1930s.

James "Whitey" Bulger

An organized crime boss and FBI informant involved in numerous racketeering, extortion, and murder cases.

El Chapo (Joaquín Guzmán)

One of the most powerful drug lords in history, responsible for leading the Sinaloa Cartel and orchestrating significant drug trafficking operations.

Unabomber (Theodore Kaczynski)

A domestic terrorist and mathematician who carried out a nationwide bombing campaign that killed three people and injured many others.

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