Johannes-Andreas Hanni a Soviet-Estonian serial killer known as Estonia's Hannibal Lecter and The Nõmme Cannibal. Hanni killed murdered three people in Estonia in 1982 with the aid of his wife Pille. Johannes-Andreas Hanni later hanged himself in prison before sentencing in November of 1982. He cut out part of one of his victims thigh to eat, claiming he had wished to try eating human flesh for a long time. His wife, Pille Hanni, was convicted on charges of accessory to murder and spent nearly twelve years in Harku women's prison before being released. She later changed her name and moved to Finland.
Serial Killer Johannes-Andreas Hanni (aka) Estonia's Hannibal Lecter, the Nõmme Cannibal, was active for 1 year in 1982, known to have ( 3 confirmed / 3 possible ) victims. This Serial Killer was active in the following countries: Estonia
Johannes-Andreas Hanni was born in Estonia. He was raised by both parents. His father, a devout Baptist. His mother, a devout Baptist. During his education he had academic, social or discipline problems. Johannes-Andreas Hanni was physically psychologically abused at some point of his life.
He married Pille Toomla in 1981. He had no children mentioned.
Prior to his spree he had commited crimes, served time in jail, and served time in prison. He saw a psychologist and spent time in a Forensic Hospital.
In 1982 Johannes-Andreas Hanni started his killing spree, during his crimes as a serial killer he was known to rob, commit acts of cannibalism, rape, mutilate, and murder his victims. At the time of his crimes he was living with his wife Pille.
He was arrested on October 2nd 1982, sentenced to never sentence committed suicide prior to conviction at a prison in Tallinn, Estonia.
Johannes-Andreas Hanni died on November 6th 1982, cause of death: committed suicide by hanging himself in his prison cell at a prison in Tallinn, Estonia. Johannes-Andreas Hanni committed suicide on November 6th 1982.
Johannes-Andreas Hanni has been listed on Killer.Cloud since September of 2018 and was last updated 1 week ago.
The unlawful killing of two or more victims by the same offender(s), in separate events. Serial Killer as defined by the FBI at the 2005 symposium.
Rape is usually defined as having sexual intercourse with a person who does not want to, or cannot consent.
Cannibalism is the act or practice of humans eating the flesh or internal organs of other human beings. Serial Killer Cannibals have been known to have ate a piece of their victim(s) body.
|Nickname:||Estonia's Hannibal Lecter, the Nõmme Cannibal|
|Victims:||3 - 3|
|Years Active:||1982 - 1982|
|Life Span:||- 1982|
|Marital Status:||married Pille Toomla in 1981|
|Children:||no children mentioned|
|Living With:||his wife Pille|
|Rasied By:||both parents|
|Mother:||a devout Baptist|
|Father:||a devout Baptist|
|Arrested:||Oct 2, 1982|
|Sentence:||never sentence committed suicide prior to conviction|
|Prison Location:||a prison in Tallinn, Estonia|
|Death Date:||Nov 6, 1982|
|Cause of Death:||committed suicide by hanging himself in his prison cell|
|Death Location:||a prison in Tallinn, Estonia|
|Killed In Prison:||FALSE|
The following serial killers were active during the same time span as Johannes-Andreas Hanni (1982-1982).
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|problems in school||TRUE||208|
|ate part of body||TRUE||413|
|killed in prison||FALSE||198|
|teased in school||FALSE||206|
|sex with body||FALSE||392|
|totem body part||FALSE||336|
|totem personal item||FALSE||331|
Johannes-Andreas Hanni (1957 – 6 November 1982) was a Estonian serial killer who murdered three people in the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1982 with the aid of his wife Pille.
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