Wednesday, 12. March 2014 - 13:03
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An 85 year-old woman who survived the most cruel and notorious serial killer in Romanai some 40 years ago, recently fell from the first floor of her apartment building and she walked away safe and sound, Cancan newspaper reports today (Thurs).
Iulianei Fruzinschi run away from her death some 40 years ago when serial killer Ramaru tried to kill her.
The woman didn't loose her cool and defended herself, smashing the head of the killer with the hammer he had on him in order to cut her head.
The serial killer modus operandi was to rape and cut the heads of the victims, burying the body parts in different parks in Bucharest.
He killed four women in the early 70s and attacked 14 others, he used to drink their blood and rape the victims after he killed them.
At 85, the serial killer's survivor miraculously survived after she stumbled and fell from the first floor. The woman is the only surviving member of her family, both her sons and husband died when she was 50.
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