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He Was Giving All The Signs Of Being A Serial Killer And No One Caught On - Until It Was Too Late

Donald "Pee Wee" Gaskins was a serial killer who managed to be married five times and survive both reform school and jail before he was finally apprehended for good and executed by the state of South Carolina in 1991. The the case of Donald Gaskins makes it particularly hard see how a man could go on killing from 1953 to 1982 without anything getting in his way, but even killing a fellow inmate while in jail couldn't stop him.

Gaskins was born on March 13, 1933, and raised in Florence County, South Carolina. Even as an adolescent, Gaskins showed signs of being a serial killer. His entire life was rife with violence caused by others and later produced by himself, and he went from being a defenseless victim to a cold-blooded murderer, rapist, and predator. His victims ranged from guys in jail for whom he was paid to kill, to hapless female hitchhikers, to an infant and her mother, to his neighbors. And yet he didn't even know his given first name until he was 13 years old. Who was Donald Gaskins and what was his motivation to kill? Continue reading to learn all about the Donald "Pee Wee" Gaskins murder facts.