Cannibal killer slaughtered and ate 23 pizza delivery men, 6 Jehovah witnesses, 2 postmen in past 7 years

Houston police have arrested a man believed to be behind the disappearance of no less than 31 persons this past decade.

Ivan Fedorovitch Yanukovych, 56, could be linked to a number of mysterious disappearances in the area believe officials.

Yanukovych was interrogated by police after neighbors complained about him using a chainsaw late at night and reported the man being “covered in blood.”

When police arrived on the scene, Yanukovych was found butchering a dead body in his garage and preparing what police officers described as “large quantities of ground meat” mixed in with an “aromatic blend of spices.”

“The suspect admitted to preying on unsuspecting delivery men from local restaurants, several postmen and even a number of Jehovah witnesses,” Assistant Chief Jeff Buchanan told reporters.

Executive Assistant Chief Buchanan from the Houston Police Department says officials seized over 700 pounds of “unidentified meat” from four freezers and which is presumed to be of human origin.

“I never suspected he was a mass murderer. He would often invite all the neighbors to watch football at his house and host large barbecues for everybody and was super friendly,” one neighbor told reporters.

Yanukovych, 56, who lives with his mother, Anastasia Z. Yanukovych, 93, and who rents the house basement to a local student, seemed to blend into the community and never arouse suspicion from neighbors.

“He was in charge of organizing our yearly spaghetti dinner fundraiser for the past five years and was a key player in the community. I am in utter disbelief” one local YMCA administrative told reporters.

When interrogated by authorities, Yanukovych apparently showed some remorse about killing the delivery men and postmen who were “just doing their job” but said the Jehovah witnesses “really annoyed him” and wished he had “taken more out.”

Tom Duvall, a local Jehovah witness organization spokesman, said that he is relieved that “members of our local chapter can now feel safe” and that “these courageous souls have not ended in this vile man’s belly, but in God’s belly.”

If convicted of his crimes, Ivan Fedorovitch Yanukovych faces a maximum prison sentence of 2,675 years in jail, believe experts.

7 Comments on "Cannibal killer slaughtered and ate 23 pizza delivery men, 6 Jehovah witnesses, 2 postmen in past 7 years"

  1. Indian police would have found him long back.
    So many poor people disappeared after meetings this monster , how’s possible, why the local police didn’t track the missed persons ‘ last movements , it wasn’t so difficult!!!
    May the souls of those killed rest in eternal peace.

    • If it’s so easy, how about you bless a system with your appearance and critical thinking skills instead of using hindsight to solve a problem you didn’t know about until you read it online.

  2. SometimeIsaystuff | March 22, 2020 at 5:43 pm | Reply

    He stored all the ones he ate in his neck apparently.

  3. I used to deliver a pizza to his place. He would always wanted me to go inside his place to pay me. I always told him pay me outside or you’re not getting the pizza. It was because of creepers like him that I was kept a 2 inch .38 Smith and Wesson in my pocket loaded with hollow points.

  4. Dude was probably serving human at his football bbq’s

  5. For seven years and no one tried to investigate the disappearance of these people, delivery men not showing back to work, track their last or only delivery….. This is weird….. I feel bad for the people that went to his house…

    • I was thinking the same thing. None of those restaurant managers ever thought about contacting the police about an employee who went to deliver pizzas and never came back, not to mention the people calling in wanting to know where their pizza was because it was still in the cars of the deliver guys getting butchered. What did he do with all the cars for that matter? I’m also curious about how a congregation can suddenly miss a whole party of missionary members and not think something is up? …the Post Office is quasi-government so I’m not surprised there.

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