The ABC Killer (Moses Sithole) | South Africa

May 02, 09:30 PM

In 1995 many women disappeared after going for job interviews. Their bodies were found bearing the signature of the ABC Killer.

With the fall of Apartheid in South Africa, many rural women streamed to cities, looking for work. When police uncovered body after body in the veld outside Johannesburg and Pretoria, they informed the public they were dealing with a serial killer. All the victims had arranged to meet a man for job interviews and were never seen alive again. He struck in the areas of Atteridgeville, Boksburg and Cleveland, and was named the ABC Killer.
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