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George Russell (serial killer)

George Waterfield Russell
Born
George Waterfield Russell Jr.

April 1958 (age 64)
Florida, U.S.
Other names"The Charmer"
"The East Side Killer"
"The Bellevue Killer"
Conviction(s)Murder x3
Criminal penaltyLife imprisonment x2
Details
Victims3
Span of crimes
June–August 1990
CountryUnited States
State(s)Washington
Date apprehended
September 12, 1990
Imprisoned atClallam Bay Corrections Center, Clallam Bay, Washington

George Waterfield Russell Jr. (born April 1958), known as The Charmer, is an American thief and serial killer responsible for the murders of three women in Seattle over the summer in 1990. After killing his victims, he would mutilate and have sex with the corpses, leaving the bodies posed in bizarre positions at the crime scene.[1][2] For his crimes, he was sentenced to two life imprisonment terms, and is currently imprisoned at Clallam Bay Corrections Center.[3]

  1. ^ "Three deaths were work of serial killer". Moscow-Pullman Daily News. March 5, 1991.
  2. ^ "Killer's victims' nude bodies left posed in bizarre positions". Longview Daily News. AP News. 1991-03-05. p. 18. Retrieved 2022-07-06.
  3. ^ "Triple killer gets life term". The Register-Guard. November 28, 1991.