At least seven men were slaughtered by man-hater Aileen Wuornos, who cemented her place as America's first female serial killer with a nine-month reign of terror.
The poor souls who picked her up were lured to a remote location, often with the promise of sex. Once there, she robbed the guys before pumping multiple bullets into their bodies. She left their bloodied corpses by the roadside.
The carnage ended in 1991 when cops busted Wournos outside a Daytona Beach, Fla., biker bar. She confessed to killing the men to support her lesbian lover Tyria Moore.
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“They all deserved it," she said.
In 1992, she was sentenced to death. Before her execution by lethal injection in October 2002, the unrepentant vamp confessed her thirst for blood.
"I'd do it again because I've hated human beings for a long time," said the killer, who was played by Oscar winner Charlize Theron in the 2003 flick "Monster."
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