Russian serial killer commonly known as “The Chessboard Killer” who’s considered to have murdered a minimum of 49 people in Bitsa Park in Moscow. He was convicted in Oct 2007 and sentenced alive in jail. He experienced a severe mind injury as a kid which led to him being delivered to a college for kids with learning disabilities. He was captured after government bodies found out a metro solution using one victim’s body, leading these to the metro system’s monitoring video footage, which depicted the sufferer strolling with Pichushkin. He resided along with his paternal grandfather, whose loss of life sent him right into a spiral of alcoholism. His offences are often in comparison to that of fellow Russian serial killer Andrei Chikatilo.