Francisco Guerrero Pérez a Mexican serial killer known as El Chalequero, Antonio Prida, The Mexican Barbazul (The Mexican Bluebeard) and The Consulado River Strangler. Guerrero killed twenty female prostitutes in Mexico City between 1880 and 1888. He strangling them or cutting their throats, in some cases also decapitating them. He then threw their bodies in the Consulado river. In 1908, he raped and murdered an old woman and was again given the death penalty, but died in prison of natural causes before he could be executed. He was the first serial killer to be captured in Mexico. Felipe Espinosa is thought to be the first Mexican serial killer.
Serial Killer Francisco Guerrero Pérez (aka) El Chalequero, Antonio Prida, The Mexican Barbazul, was active for 29 years between 1880-1908, known to have ( 21 confirmed / 21 possible ) victims. This Serial Killer was active in the following countries: Mexico
Pérez a heterosexual male citizen of Mexico. Pérez never married. He had no children mentioned.
In 1880 Francisco Guerrero Pérez started his killing spree, during his crimes as a serial killer he was known to strangle, rape, mutilate, and murder his victims. He would keep parts of the victims body after the crime. At the time of his crimes he was living with himself, alone in Mexico City, where he worked for a shoemaker., where Pérez was known to work as a serial killer.
He was arrested on June 13th 1908, sentenced to death at the Palace of Lecumberri, a former prison, in Mexico City, Mexico. Pérez was convicted on charges of murder and other possible charges during his lifetime.
Francisco Guerrero Pérez has been listed on Killer.Cloud since January of 2019 and was last updated 9 months 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.
Strangulation is death by compressing the neck until the supply of oxygen is cut off. Stranglers kill by Strangulation.
|Nickname:||El Chalequero, Antonio Prida, The Mexican Barbazul|
|Victims:||21 - 21|
|Years Active:||1880 - 1908|
|Marital Status:||never married|
|Children:||no children mentioned|
|Living With:||himself, alone in Mexico City, where he worked for a shoemaker.|
|Arrested:||Jun 13, 1908|
|Prison Location:||the Palace of Lecumberri, a former prison, in Mexico City, Mexico|
|Cause of Death:||natural causes|
|Death Location:||the Palace of Lecumberri, a former prison, in Mexico City, Mexico|
|Killed In Prison:||N/A|
The 3 dates listed below represent a timeline of the life and crimes of serial killer Francisco Guerrero Pérez. A complete collection of serial killer events can be found on our Serial Killer Timeline.
|1880||Francisco Guerrero Pérez started his serial killing spree. #1880|
|1908||Francisco Guerrero Pérez ended his serial killing spree. #1908|
|Jun 13 1908||Francisco Guerrero Pérez arrested. #19080613|
The following serial killers were active during the same time span as Francisco Guerrero Pérez (1880-1908).
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|sex with body||FALSE||427|
|ate part of body||FALSE||446|
Francisco Guerrero Pérez (1840–1910), also known as Antonio Prida, was a Mexican serial killer in the late 19th century. He was the first serial killer to be captured in Mexico, although he was not the country's first recorded serial killer. Guerrero killed approximately twenty female prostitutes in Mexico City between 1880 and 1888. He also killed one woman whose status as a prostitute has been inconsistently reported.
Francisco Guerrero Pérez is included in the following pages on Killer.Cloud the Serial Killer Database