Luis Garavito

Luis Alfredo Garavito Cubillos
Luis Alfredo Garavito Cubillos (born January 25, 1957), also known as La Bestia ("The Beast") or Tribilín (named after the Disney character "Goofy") is a Colombian rapist and serial killer.wikipedia
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Luis Alfredo Garavito Cubillos (born January 25, 1957), also known as La Bestia ("The Beast") or Tribilín (named after the Disney character "Goofy") is a Colombian rapist and serial killer.

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Luis Alfredo Garavito Cubillos (born January 25, 1957), also known as La Bestia ("The Beast") or Tribilín (named after the Disney character "Goofy") is a Colombian rapist and serial killer.

Serial killer

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Luis Alfredo Garavito Cubillos (born January 25, 1957), also known as La Bestia ("The Beast") or Tribilín (named after the Disney character "Goofy") is a Colombian rapist and serial killer.

Confession (law)

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In 1999, he admitted to the rape, torture and murder of 138 children and teenagers.

Torture

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In 1999, he admitted to the rape, torture and murder of 138 children and teenagers. Then, Garavito would remove all their clothes, and proceed to torture, rape, and sometimes decapitate them. Most corpses showed signs of prolonged torture.

Murder

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In 1999, he admitted to the rape, torture and murder of 138 children and teenagers.

Adolescence

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In 1999, he admitted to the rape, torture and murder of 138 children and teenagers.

Victimology

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His victims, based on the locations of skeletons listed on maps that Garavito drew in prison, could exceed 300; Garavito continues to confess to more murders.

Skeleton

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His victims, based on the locations of skeletons listed on maps that Garavito drew in prison, could exceed 300; Garavito continues to confess to more murders.

Prison

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His victims, based on the locations of skeletons listed on maps that Garavito drew in prison, could exceed 300; Garavito continues to confess to more murders.

Guinness World Records

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The Guinness Book of World Records lists another Colombian, Pedro Alonso López, known here as the Monster of the Andes, as the largest-scale serial killer of modern times; however, in terms of the number of confirmed victims Garavito tops the list followed by López.

Pedro López (serial killer)

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The Guinness Book of World Records lists another Colombian, Pedro Alonso López, known here as the Monster of the Andes, as the largest-scale serial killer of modern times; however, in terms of the number of confirmed victims Garavito tops the list followed by López.

Orphan

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Garavito targeted boys between the ages of 6 to 16 who were either homeless, peasants, or orphaned.

Bribery

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He would approach the young boys, either on the crowded streets or alone in the countryside, and lure them away by bribing them with small gifts such as money, candy or odd jobs.

Temporary work

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He would approach the young boys, either on the crowded streets or alone in the countryside, and lure them away by bribing them with small gifts such as money, candy or odd jobs.

Disguise

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He offered easy work for money and even disguised himself as different characters who could be seen as legitimately offering work to the boy, such as a priest, a farmer, a homeless man, a street vendor, a drug dealer, an elderly man, and a gambler.

Gambling

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He offered easy work for money and even disguised himself as different characters who could be seen as legitimately offering work to the boy, such as a priest, a farmer, a homeless man, a street vendor, a drug dealer, an elderly man, and a gambler.

Rape

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Then, Garavito would remove all their clothes, and proceed to torture, rape, and sometimes decapitate them.

Decapitation

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Then, Garavito would remove all their clothes, and proceed to torture, rape, and sometimes decapitate them.

Lubricant

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The bodies of the children were all found completely naked, and all bore bite marks and signs of anal penetration; bottles of lubricant were found near the bodies, along with empty liquor bottles.

Cadaver

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Most corpses showed signs of prolonged torture.

Colombian conflict

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Due to the decades-long civil war, many children in Colombia were poor, homeless, or orphaned.

Mass grave

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Clusters of bodies had begun popping up all over Colombia, yet authorities did not take much notice until 1997, when mass graves were uncovered.