Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

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Since 1970‑ies in the neighboring cities of Rostov-on-don, Shakhty and Taganrog was sent to jail 37 serial killers, who killed hundreds of people. And how many others do not fall into the hands of the police, we can only guess. Due to the high density of serial killers, this region is called the "triangle of death". Analysts, criminologists and psychiatrists few decades looking for the solution of the phenomenon, but the answer was never found. Several versions: from an unfavorable environment in the region, to the mystical forces that drive the murderers.

Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

In Shakhty their bloody work began Andrei Chikatilo, here wielding maniac and poet Vladimir Mukhankin, which for two months had killed eight people. In Taganrog acted Yuri Cuman, leaving the bodies of the victims are black nylon pantyhose. Since 1993, the city of Kamensk-"hunted" Roman Burtsev, who killed the children.

Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

Map of Rostov "triangle of death"

In cities of the Rostov region there were a rapist, Andrey Seleznev. The man under the guise of an electrician got into the apartment, where children without parents. Maniac raped the child and took everything of value from the home. What made all these maniacs to torture and kill people and why they acted in a small area of the Rostov region? On this issue criminologists and psychiatrists thought in the Soviet period.

A number of researchers believes that the reason that people are getting maniac – elevated levels of testosterone. However, all Rostov killers, the figure was normal. In addition to the history preserved a dozen names of female serial killers and their body this hormone is so important not important.

Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

Photo of several Rostov maniacs

Closer to the truth of the assumption that the anomalous cruelty maniac caused smaller than ordinary people, the volume of gray matter in the frontal lobes of the brain. This part of the brain responsible for empathy – the ability of an individual to sympathy. Most of the detainees maniacs increased gray matter in the frontal part was on average 17% less than that of normal people.

The tendency towards cruelty characteristic of schizophrenic people that while bullying is not experiencing sexual pleasure and are not aware of their actions. Psychiatrists recognized Chikatilo, Suhankina, Burtseva, and the majority of serial killers in Rostov sane. They were not killed, obeying "the voice in the head", but almost every one of the killers grew up in difficult social conditions and in a dysfunctional family.

Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

In childhood Rostov murderers were subjected to physical, emotional and sexual violence. In the 80‑ies of the twentieth century, the standard of living of Soviet citizens fell, an epidemic of alcoholism and the growth of criminal activity, and as a result, the deterioration of social conditions. However, this situation was typical for many regions, but for unknown reasons, in the Rostov region, was born and grew up maniacs.

Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

Map of Rostov-na-Donu. A picture from space

Researchers of the phenomenon have noted that many of the Rostov killers grew up in the mining towns with environmentally unfavorable conditions. The high content of heavy metals and pesticides in water, coal heaps and mines have left their mark about his difficult childhood psyche of a future serial killer.

Rostov oblast is located in the southern part of Russia, which is characterized by a powerful summer storm. The investigation revealed that Chikatilo was out hunting the day after a stormy night. Maniac admitted that thunder and lightning flashes attracted and aroused him. Alternative researchers believe that maniacs generates energy tectonic faults.

Most of his murders of Andrei Chikatilo committed by day. During interrogation he claimed that he was not afraid to be noticed, because during the twelve-year-old "hunt" it kept evil spirits. They supposedly helped him killed 53 people, including 39 children. Maniac knew that he would not see. While psychiatric Commission recognized Chikatilo healthy.

Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

Andrei Chikatilo

Andrew Policeman, head of anomalous phenomena Rostov region, argues that under the city and the whole region is a network of mysterious tunnels and underground tunnels, the study of which is yet to come. Supporters of the mystical nature of the Rostov maniacs sure that murderers move forces that live under the ground.

Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

The tunnel near the hamlet of Large Log

It is worth mentioning the Grushevka river flowing through the top of the "triangle of death". A Rostov maniacs committed his first murder on its banks. In line with Grushevka bloody path began Andrei Chikatilo and Mr Mukhankin. The French philosopher rené guénon wrote that in places where blood has been shed, remain psychic remains negative which is able to give rise to new horrors.

Rostov triangle: why it is born more of maniacs

The Grushevka River

Despite the multiple versions, the mystery of "Rostov triangle" is not disclosed to this day. Nowadays Rostov-on-don — economically developed and prosperous city of Russia. No one remembers troubled times, when in its vicinity scoured maniacs, driven by a blood lust, the nature of which was never found. The horror stories about serial killers there are in other countries. So, in Canada, the farmer Robert William Pinchon 10 years killing women and fed them to his pigs.

Keywords: Russian Federation | History | Crime | Society | Murderers | Psychiatry | Maniacs | Tin

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