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Alexander Ushkalo (Alexander Nikolayevich Ushkalo) was born on 1964 in Abad Region, Kirghiz SSR, is a killer. Discover Alexander Ushkalo's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

Popular As Alexander Nikolayevich Ushkalo
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Age 59 years old
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Born 1964, 1964
Birthday 1964
Birthplace Jalal-Abad, Jalal-Abad Region, Kirghiz SSR
Nationality Russia

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Shortly after his arrest, he willingly confessed to the six murders as well as the numerous thefts of computer monitors he had committed. His confession regarding the computer monitors was initially met with disbelief, but this was soon disspelled after Ushkalo showed the investigators where he had dumped approximately 50 of them, which was confirmed by a diving team. In May 2001, he was put on trial for the murders, and during the proceedings, he was sent for a compulsory psychiatric examination at the Serbsky Center in Moscow. Although initially deemed sane, he was soon sent back for re-examination after details of his poems and other strange activities were presented at court. The results of the second examination concluded that he had schizophrenia, and as a result, could not be held legally liable for the crimes. Because of this, Ushkalo was instead confined to an undisclosed mental health facility, where he presumably remains to this day.


Following these attacks, Ushkalo continued searching for rented apartments, selecting possible targets via classified ads posted in the newspaper. On May 30, 1999, he strangled the owner of an apartment he was living in, stealing and selling one of his carpets. Later in June, he beat to a 70-year-old pensioner and burgled his apartment, before moving to a hotel near an agricultural academy and strangling one of the maids and stealing her earrings. His final kill occurred in November at another hotel: Ushkalo went to the room of the female security guard and ostensibly asked if he could use the phone, but when the victim wasn't looking, he strangled her. Afterwards, he took her pocket money, gold jewellery and a key to the hotel's safe, which contained a small amount of money.


In October 1998, Ushkalo was living in a rented apartment together with another tenant, a young female university student who attended a local university. His landlady, an elderly pensioner, knocked on his door one day and demanded that he pay his rent of approximately 20,000 rubles. In response, Ushkalo grabbed a nearby axe and hit the woman ten times on the head, killing her. The murder was witnessed by the student, whom was subsequently hacked to death. After killing both victims, Ushkalo stole 11,000 rubles, some gold jewellery and his landlady's husband's passport, whereupon he fled the city and travelled around the country.


In the early 1990s, Ushkalo settled in Prokopyevsk, Kemerovo Oblast, where he lived in various apartments rented to him by elderly people. At around this time, he started burgling into various offices around the city in order to steal computer monitors, which he then threw into the Ob River. His apparent reason for this action was because the monitors reminded him of the sarcophagus, and as he wanted to forget what had occurred in Chernobyl, Ushkalo resorted to "drowning" them.


Alexander Nikolayevich Ushkalo (Russian: Александр Николаевич Ушкало; born 1964) is a Kyrgyzstani-Russian serial killer and thief who killed six people in robberies committed across three Russian regions from 1998 to 1999. Found not guilty by reason of insanity due to his schizophrenia, he was detained at a psychiatric facility, where he presumably remains to this day.

Alexander Nikolayevich Ushkalo was born in 1964 in Jalal-Abad, Kirghiz SSR, but moved to the Novosibirsk Oblast sometime during his youth. He studied at the Novosibirsk Higher Military Command School, where he was nicknamed "Gromozeka" due to his large stature and bulky build. After graduating as a political commissar, he was dispatched to the Ukrainian SSR to work on one of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant's sarcophagi. Following the reactor's meltdown in 1986, seemingly scarred by the event, Ushkalo started drinking heavily and began showing signs of mental illness, which he exhibited by writings odd poems that often referenced the sarcophagus he worked on. Due to his worsening mental behavior, he was abandoned by his wife and child and was dishonorably discharged from the army due to disciplinary issues.