Serial killers almost always prey on a specific type of victim and use the same MO.
In the early ’90s, police in Texas sounded the alarm about a serial killer targeting prostitutes and taking out their eyeballs.
Charles Albright was arrested in March 1991 and charged with the vicious murder of three prostitutes, a charge he denied to his dying day.
The police investigation uncovered at least three other cases where sex workers in the Dallas area had a brush with death after meeting Albright.
But who was this Charles Albright who ended up in a maximum-security psychiatric facility?
10 /10 The Orphan Who Was Dressed As A Girl
Charles Albright was born in 1933 in Amarillo, Texas, but he was an unwanted child who ended up in an orphanage. He was soon adopted by Delle and Fred Albright, who seemed a pretty loving family.
Delle Albright was a school teacher, and she took great care of her son’s education. The boy was smart enough and had no trouble skipping two grades.
On the other hand, Delle had some unorthodox ideas on education. She would sometimes dress Charles in girl’s clothing and tie him up to the bed as punishment.
When the boy was old enough to date, Delle would drive him, which wasn’t a nice thing to do but rather odd behavior.
9 /10 The Boy Who Wanted To Be A Taxidermist
Charles was allowed to use guns even before he was a teenager, and he soon started to kill small animals and not as in killing pests or bringing home the family dinner.
He did it for fun. Delle Albright thought nothing of it when the boy declared his interest in becoming a taxidermist. She enrolled him in a class and helped the boy stuff animals at home.