Russian serial killer Alexander Pichushkin, nicknamed The Chessboard Killer, was caught in Moscow and convicted in 2007 of killing 48 people. Following his arrest the police discovered a chessboard with dates on all but two of the squares, apparently connected to the murders he committed. Due to the gruesomeness and number of murders, Russians considered reinstating the death penalty.
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Alexander Pichushkin known as the Chessboard Killer. Convicted of murdering 48 victims and suspected of killing 61. Claimed to have murdered 63 people out of his goal of 64 to fill a chessboard; stated goal of becoming Russia's most prolific serial killer.
Moscow's Alexander Pichushkin couldn't live without killing
Alexander Pichushkin — who killed 61 people in Moscow between 1992 and 2006 — couldn't live without murder: 'It’s like first love. It’s unforgettable' Pichushkin, known as Moscow's "Bittsevsky Maniac" and "Chessboard Killer" sits in the bullet-proof defendents' cage in 2007, on the day of his sentencing. He will spend the rest of his life in prison, and the first 15 years of his sentnece will be in solitary confinement.