An alleged serial killer likened to a Russian Jack the Ripper has been found guilty of murdering 19 different women in a spree during what he calls the "period of chaos" in the s. Yevgeniy Chuplinsky, nicknamed the "Novosibirsk Maniac" by the Russian press, has long been at the center of a gruesome year-long investigation into the deaths of women, most of whom were suspected of prostitution, in southern Siberia. The murders, which took place between and , ended with the dismemberment of the victims, whose remains were hidden in different parts of Novosibirsk city. The women were aged between 18 and 31 years old.
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Prostitutes in Novosibirsk
By Valerie Edwards For Dailymail. In the s, pimps and prostitutes haunted Times Square and drug dealers worked openly. Back in the bad old days, New York City was at a low point, rife with crime-filled subways and suffering from an economic collapse. Originally the heart of New York's night life, Broadway shows and grandiose movie theaters, Times Square's decline began in the s and reached its peak in the late s when prostitution and sex shops dominated the landscape.
During the Vietnam war, a whole sex industry for U. Moths gathered in bars, where they often entertained the Americans and offered his services. Many Vietnamese women involved in prostitution against their will, lured by promises of well-paid work in that time, the country was torn by war. Of course, most women money is almost never seen — they were taken away by pimps or owners of bars, where the assembled American soldiers. Portal Vintage Everyday, specializing in historical collections, published a series of photos in which girls working in bars, appear in a natural environment.