Have there ever been identical twins who were serial killers? Update Cancel. Robert Spahalski and Stephen Spahalski, killed several, confessed to four. (or may be currently happening now) there's no record of twin serial killers being suspected, being caught or ever being prosecuted. It was this that lead them to try. Elmira: Running Amok Robert Bruce Spahalski was a serial killer. True—no matter. Even among serial killers, he was rare—an anomaly. The Spahalski twins were born in Elmira, New York, on December 12, 1954.
Show “Evil Twins” will feature it second episode featuring twins with ties to north Alabama. On March 27, the network will air the story of Pete and Pat Bondurant, brothers from Pulaski, Tenn., convicted of murdering a Limestone County woman in 1991. In the first season of the series, an episode detailed the case of Betty Wilson of Huntsville, who was convicted of murdering her prominent husband. Here is a brief look at those cases and five other murder cases in American history involving twins.
Robert and Stephen Spahalski Identical twins Stephen and Robert Bruce Spahalski would both grow up to be killers but they did not commit their crimes together. In fact, each acted without knowing the of his brother's homicidal tendencies,. Stephen told a reporter for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle in 2005: 'I thought I was the only murderer in the family,' after he was shown an article detailing four murders committed by Robert. Stephen was serving time for manslaughter in Attica, N.Y., at the time for stabbing a man to death. Robert would become a serial killer, eventually convicted of murdering a prostitute and his girlfriend among others.
The murders of the Spahalski brothers is the subject of the 2010 book, “Killer Twins,” by Michael Benson. Greg and Jeff Henry A Season I featured the story of Greg and Jeff Henry, identical twin brothers with a volatile relationship. The Henrys were in their 30s and were living together when the relationship turned deadly in 1995.
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According to the episode synopsis: “After a day of drinking -- another frequent occurrence -- Jeff finally snapped and shot his brother while he was lying in bed. He immediately called and confessed to the killing, but his story didn't end there. Defense used battered person's syndrome to explain the torment that led to Jeff killing his brother.” The boys' mother testified in Jeff's defense at trial, saying he was abused by his twin.
The case ended in a mistrial. Jeff pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and released for time served, the four years he spent in prison before trial. Tim and Todd Nicholson An published June 7, 1965, told the story of Tim and Todd Nicholson: 'Years of conflict that resulted in the death for wealthy Todd Nicholson have ended in a prison term for his twin brother, Timothy. “Timothy Nicholson, 22, was convicted Monday of manslaughter in the fatal shooting of his brother Todd at the climax of a bitter quarrel last Dec. “Witnesses for the defense testified Todd possessed an explosive, almost psychotic, temper, often aimed at Timothy. They also said Todd had taken out a $1 million life insurance policy on Timothy’s life, then presented himself as Timothy for the physical examination.”.
Her twin sister, Jasmiyah, will go to trial, the newspaper reported. The twins were accused of killing their mother, Nikki Whitehead, in a “brutal kitchen brawl” in Conyers, Ga., in 2011. Their mother’s spinal cord was severed with a knife. Tyrone and Jerone Sotolongo Investigators in California said they linked twins Tyrone and Jerone Sotolongo to three murders in 2013, in Sacramento. 'Police say Tyrone Sotolongo killed a man in a drive-by shooting in DecemberInvestigators believe that either Tyrone or Jerone or both are linked to two other murders — one last year and the other in 2011.,' CBS13 reported.
Pete and Pat Bondurant Hugh 'Pete' Bondurant Jr. And his brother, Kenneth Patterson 'Pat' Bondurant, of Giles County, Tenn., are now 58 years old. They of the murder of Gwen Dugger, a 24-year-old mother who disappeared from Ardmore, Ala., in 1986. Her body was never found and, subsequently, the brothers were each sentenced to 25 years in prison rather than life.