Dubbed as “the Internet’s first serial killer”, John Edward Robinson, a psychopathic sexual sadist killed eight young women whom he met on the Internet to fulfill his lust as a self-proclaimed “slave master.”

On June 2, 2000, Robinson was arrested at his Kansas farm, after a woman filed a sexual battery complaint against him and another charged him with stealing her sex toys.

On June 3, detectives went to John Edward Robinson’s 17-acre farm with three search-and-rescue dog teams. The dog teams then systematically searched the grounds and led investigators to some barrels near a shed. When the two barrels were opened, detectives discovered two decomposing bodies.

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This photo gallery originally appeared in True Crime Magazine’s Behind the Tape Photobook, along with nearly a thousand more crime scene photos.
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