Thursday, September 22, 2011

Mrs. Dvoracek & Her Czech Serial Killer Gang - 1925

FULL TEXT: At the little town of Iglau, Czechoslovakia. the trial began today of Mrs. Dvoracek and seven men, including her husband, for wholesale murders similar to recent cases in Germany.

Mrs. Dvoracek and her fellow-defendants are charged with having murdered and robbed Polish refugees, specifically the two brothers Policky and two other persons, in 1918 and 1919.

Like the Hanover murderer, Haarman*, the defendants are said to have enticed their victims into a slum dwelling by an offer of shelter for the night, where they killed them and cut up the bodies and burned the bones.

The indictment charges four murderers, one of the  defendants already pleaded guilty tonight.[“Czechs Put 8 On Trial As Slayers Of Many; Woman and Husband Among Those Accused of Luring Men to House and Burning Bodies.” New York Times (N.Y.), Oct. 23, 1925, p. 24]  

* Haarman, known as the “Butcher of Hanover,” was a prolific homosexual pedophile serial killer.



For similar cases, see: Female Serial Killer Bandits


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