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Albert Fish (May 19, 1870 - January 16, 1936) was an American serial-killer known as the Gray Man, the Werewolf of Wysteria, the Brooklyn Vampire and The Boogeyman.

Early childhood

He was unmercifully whipped at his orphanage; which was one of the factors in his horrificness.


He was one of the most depraved killers of history, a masochist, a sadist, a child rapist and cannibal who boasted that he had killed "a child in every state" - although he claimed to have killed over 100 children he was clearly disturbed and his claims could not be verified - he is known to have definitely killed at least five and was put to death by the electric chair for his crimes in 1936.

He worked as a house painter and once killed a 10-year-old girl and ate her after he put her in a stew.