Not all children are sweet and innocent. They may look cute on the outside, but some of the most gruesome and horrific crimes ever committed were done so at the hands of a young child. If you’re new to our channel, don’t forget to subscribe and please give this video a big thumbs up because today we’re showing you 10 most dangerous kids in the world.
Graham Young was fascinated with chemistry, and he experimented with creating various batches of poisons when he was just 14-years-old. He secretly tested his poisons on his family and friends, making them violently ill. His poisonous creations eventually took the life of his stepmother, and Graham was hauled off to jail. While in prison, his fascination with poisons continued, and a prison staff member was killed after ingesting a lethal dose.
Amarjeet Sada is known as the youngest serial killer in the world. He made national news when he killed three children, including his own baby sister and his cousin, when he was just 8-years-old. Amarjeet told police he took each baby to a nearby field in a village in India and smashed them with bricks. When he was taken into custody, he didn’t say much, but he smiled and politely asked the police for biscuits.
Harvey Robinson is one of the youngest serial killers in American History. He was only 18-years-old when he killed three people: A 29-year-old nurse's aide, a 15-year-old newspaper carrier, and a 47-year-old grandmother. A fourth victim was able to escape before he could finish the job. Harvey was eventually tried, convicted and sentenced to the death penalty in December 2012.
On the day before her 11th birthday, Mary Flora Bell strangled 4-year-old Martin Brown. Two months later, she and a friend strangled 3-year-old Brian Howe. After the crime, Mary returned to Brian’s body and carved an “M” for Mary on his stomach. After being arrested by U.K. authorities, Mary said she killed the boy “solely for the pleasure and excitement.“ She was sentenced to prison but was released in 1980 when she turned 23.
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