The killing Andrew and Abby Borden on August 4, 1892, remain synonymous with brutal killings. The suspect, Lizzie Borden, was a family member of the two. Andrew sustained 11 strikes from an ax to his head, while Abby suffered 18 or 19. Lizzie was never convicted, due to lack of evidence against her.
Living near New Orleans can be terrifying for some, especially considering the “boogeyman” who created a mass panic throughout the city in 1918. Dubbed “The Axeman,” this killer butchered people in their sleep using an ax.