1-Sabine Dardenne was kidnapped at the age of 12 by the child molester and serial killer Marc Dutroux. She was followed by Laetitia Delhez, a 14-year-old, who was kidnapped because Dardenne had demanded a girl-friend. Both the captives survived but the previous four kidnap victims could not. He had chained her in his cellar, starved her, and regularly raped her. Delhez’s kidnapping became his undoing as people saw him. It took eight years for the case to come to trial. Dutrox had later claimed to be part of a pedophile ring that consisted of very powerful citizens. 2-Issei Sagawa, a Japanese author, murdered his Sorbonne classmate, a 25-year-old Dutch woman named Renée Hartevelt in 1981. He shot her in the neck with a rifle. He then raped her corpse and tried eating it. Unable to bite, he left the apartment to purchase a butcher knife. For two days, he ate and refrigerated various parts of her body. He then attempted to dump her body in a lake, but was caught in the act by French police with two suitcases containing the body parts of Hartevelt. After being held for two years without trial, Sagawa was declared mentally disturbed and unfit to stand for trial by the French court. He was sent and held in a mental institution indefinitely. 3-Two 6-year-old Swiss twin girls, Alessia and Livia Schepp, disappeared on January 30, 2011 after being last seen with their father, Matthias Schepp. A few days later, his body was found near a railway station in Italy, where he had committed suicide. The twins have never been found and although there is no proof of them being murdered, a postcard was sent to the wife by Matthias stating that the twins were resting in peace.