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Kenneth Bianchi as a child

Kenneth Bianchi as a child

Angelo Buono, Jr. (October 5, 1934 – September 21, 2002) was an American serial killer. Buono and his cousin Kenneth Bianchi together are known as the Hillside Stranglers.

(October 1934 – September was an American serial killer. Buono and his cousin Kenneth Bianchi together are known as the Hillside Stranglers.

Diane A. Wilder, Western Washington University identification photo, ca. 1979 ... Murdered by Kenneth Bianchi after he moved to Washington (due to issues with his Buono)

Victim Of the Hillside Stranglers: Karen L. Mandic, Western Washington University identification photo, ca. 1979 (Courtesy The Bellingham Herald)

Diane A. Wilder, Western Washington University identification photo, ca. 1979 ... Murdered by Kenneth Bianchi after he moved to Washington (due to issues with his Buono)

Victim Of the Hillside Stranglers: Diane A. Wilder, Western Washington University identification photo, ca. 1979 (Courtesy The Bellingham Herald)

Angelo Buono Jr. and Kenneth "Kenny" Alessio Bianchi, collectively known as "The Hillside Strangler(s)", were a pair of serial killers responsible for the murders of at least 12 women.

Angelo Buono and Kenneth Bianchi

and Kenneth "Kenny" Alessio Bianchi, collectively known as "The Hillside Strangler(s)", were a pair of serial killers responsible for having murdered, raped and tortured at least 12 women and children and

Cousins Angelo Buono Jr., and Kenneth Bianchi (pictured) are better known as the Hillside Stranglers.   They have twelve victims in California and Washington.  Bianchi is also suspected as being responsible for three unsolved murders known as the Alphabet Murders.

: "The Hillside Strangler" Classification: Serial killer Characteristics: Kidnapping - Rape - Torture Number of victims: 12 Date of murders: 1977 - 1979 Date of arrest: January 1979

Some time in 1977, the two men gave a ride to Catharine Lorre with the intent of killing her as well. However, when they discovered that Catharine was the daughter of Austrian actor Peter Lorre, famous for his role as a child murderer in Fritz Lang's acclaimed film M, they let her go without incident.

A 1957 photo with Peter Lorre, with second wife Annemarie and their old daughter, Cathy.

i don't want us to be those parents who never act romantic in front of their children. i want our kids to learn how to really love somebody because we led by example. so kiss me in the kitchen while i'm pouring cereal, cuddle with me on the couch during family movie night, and hold my hand while we grocery shop. let's show them what true love looks like, so when the find it for themselves, they'll never let it go.

kiss me in the kitchen, cuddle me on the couch and hold my hand always ♡♡♡

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