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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Serial Killer: Scott Williams.

Scott Wiliams, a road worker is a convicted American serial killer that lived in Monroe Carolina.


A local police officer said that Williams seemed to have lived a normal life, “except on [the] three or four occasions” when he brutally raped and murdered local women.

His first victim was 37-year-old Sharon House Pressley in 1997. In 2000, he attacked an unidentified woman, but she survived. He killed again in 2004, when he claimed the life of 34-year-old Christina Outz Parker. His last victim was 46-year-old Sharon Tucker Stone in 2006.

All three murder victims were raped, shot in the head, and dismembered. Apparently, Williams wanted to cannibalize one of the bodies, but was disgusted with the smell of the meat after cooking it.

Sharon Stone's remains were discovered by a man picking up cans. Williams was an employee of the North Carolina Department of Transportation and had no prior criminal record.

Nothing initially drew the attention of law enforcement to him. A comment was made by an investigator that "He's lived a normal life, except on those three or four occasions."

However, in connection with the Stone murder, Williams was identified as an acquaintance. Ultimately this led to his arrest on 9 March 2006 at 1:30 AM. All three victims had been shot in the head and suffered a similar forms of mutilation. During the course of the interviews, law enforcement found that he also knew Parker and Pressley. It was learned that Parker and Stone knew each other. Police were led to Williams after the bodies of Parker and Stone were found just a few miles from his house. DNA and ballistic evidence confirmed his guilt.

He was given three life sentences in 2008.

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