Mass murderer who killed eight Chicago college student nurses on July 14, 1966. After having his loss of life phrase overturned, he passed away in prison of the coronary attack. He resided at over ten addresses in a variety of poor neighborhoods while developing up along with his mom and alcoholic stepfather. He received a loss of life phrase that was later on reversed alive in prison following the U.S. Supreme Courtroom deemed the loss of life charges unconstitutional in Furman vs. Georgia. He was the next of eight kids given birth to to Benjamin Franklin Speck and Mary Margaret Carbaugh Speck. His last name was referenced in the stage name of Zsa Zsa Speck, a one-time keyboardist for Marilyn Manson.