Marcel Petiot

Marcel Petiot

Marcel André Henri Félix Petiot (17 January 1897 – 25 May 1946) was a French doctor and serial killer. He was convicted of multiple murders after the discovery of the remains of 23 people in his home in Paris during World War II. He is suspected of killing around 60 victims during his life, although the true number remains unknown.

Read more about Marcel Petiot:  Early Life, Medical and Political Career, World War II Activities, Fraudulent Escape Network, Discovery of Murders, Media Reaction, Evasion and Capture, Trial and Sentence

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