SERIAL KILLER: The Horrifying Story of Pedro Lopez: South America’s Missing Serial Killer


Most stories about serial killers have an ending. The killer is caught, the bodies are found, and the rest of us are left to speculate about the murderer’s motivations and mental afflictions. This is not the case with Pedro Lopez, one of South America’s most notorious serial killers.

Dubbed the Monster of the Andes, Lopez is believed to have killed hundreds of people between 1969 and 1980, most of them being young girls. While many of those living outside of South America may not have heard of Pedro Lopez, he was named the “most prolific serial killer” by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2006. This record was later removed from the book because of complaints saying it made a competition out of killing.

Well, if killing were a competition, Pedro Lopez would probably be the winner. Not only because he’s believed to have killed over 450 people, but because he was allowed to walk free after doing so.

In fact, there’s a chance that you could walk by Pedro Lopez on the street today. That’s right; he’s still at large. No one knows this vicious killer’s whereabouts or even if he’s still alive. While he would be 73 years old now, there’s still a chance that Pedro Lopez is still out there in the world claiming the lives of even more victims.

Well, if killing were a competition, Pedro Lopez would probably be the winner. Not only because he’s believed to have killed over 450 people, but because he was allowed to walk free after doing so.

In fact, there’s a chance that you could walk by Pedro Lopez on the street today. That’s right; he’s still at large. No one knows this vicious killer’s whereabouts or even if he’s still alive. While he would be 73 years old now, there’s still a chance that Pedro Lopez is still out there in the world claiming the lives of even more victims.

 

The Making of the Monster

Pedro Alonso Lopez was born in Colombia in 1948 and raised by his mother Benilda Lopez de Castaneda, who conceived Pedro after having an affair with a married man. Like many other serial killers, Lopez had a traumatic childhood.

Lopez’s father was murdered six months before Pedro was born. The first known instances of trauma in Lopez’s life were witnessing his mother engage in sex work, which he claimed had a disturbing effect on his psyche. While Lopez’s mother claimed to be loving and caring, Pedro Lopez said that she was physically and emotionally abusive.

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Pedro Lopez’s life took a twisted turn in 1957 when his mother caught him fondling his sister. He was kicked out of his home at the age of 9. While wandering the streets, Pedro Lopez was picked up by a pedophile who lured him into his home with the promise of food and a place to stay. Instead, Pedro was taken to an abandoned building and raped repeatedly.


Source: https://www.alittlebithuman.com/the-horrifying-story-of-pedro-lopez-south-americas-missing-serial-killer/

By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter

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