Who Is Kenneth Bianchi Son? Details We Know About His Girlfriend And Parents


Kenneth Bianchi, the serial assassin ( Source : 18Livenews )

Kenneth Bianchi, the serial assassin, is serving a punishment for killing his cousin's brother and two women. He got sentenced to life imprisonment in Washington State Penitentiary for these crimes.

  • He got arrested on January 10, 1979, and convicted of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole on October 21, 1979.
  • At Washington State Penitentiary, he got imprisoned and is still alive.
  • Kenneth's victims are vulnerable young women, adult workers, low-income students, low-scale models, and actresses. He assassinates two immature girls of age 12 and 14.
  • Bianchi's girlfriend Kelli had become pregnant with him in May 1977.

He is the serial terminator, abductor, and molester from America. Kenneth is known for the 1977-79 Hillside Strangler murders committed by his cousin Angelo Buono Jr. One time, he suspects in the alphabet misery of three unsolved murders in Rochester, New York, from 1971 to 1973.

Bianchi appealed to Catherine Yronwode for US$8.5 million in 1992 for having an image of his face portrayed on a trading card. He claimed his face was his trademark. The magistrates banished the case after ruling that he had used a face as a trademark when killing women.

Did Kenneth Bianchi Have A Son With Girlfriend Kelli Boyd?

 In May 1977, Kenneth's girlfriend Kelli became pregnant with him. But it is not confirmed whether she gave birth to the child or not.

In Addition, he proposed to a woman named Suan in 1969 at 18, but she refused. He wrote to his girlfriend that he got suspected of the Alphabet murders and that he had killed a man, but she thought that was a joke and did not take the confession seriously.

Further, he married Brenda Beck for a few months, but she could not meet his standards for a woman. He used to spend time with several women throughout the marriage.

The Hillside Strangler: Devil in Disguise, a new documentary by Peacock, will focus on the notorious assassination from late 1970s, Kenneth Bianchi. ( Source : Theancestory )

Kenneth married again in 1971, but his wife left him after eight months. Likewise, he proposed to Susan a second time between 1972 and 1976. Nevertheless, she turns him down again and claims he needs a regular job.

Kenneth Bianchi Was Born To Her Biological Mother And Raised By Bianchi's Parents

The 71 years old Kenneth was born to her biological mother, an adult worker, on May 22, 1951, in Rochester, New York.

After two weeks of birth, he got adopted by Nicholas Bianchi and his wife, Frances Scioliono-Bianchi, in August 1951. He finds himself in deep trouble from a young age, with his mother portraying him as a compulsive falsifier from the time he could talk. 

He would usually fall into oblivious, trance-like fantasies where his eyes would roll back into his head. From this manifestation, a physician interpreted the five-year-old Bianchi with petit mal seizures.

Frequently, he gave physical examinations by doctors as an involuntary urination problem, causing him a great deal of humiliation.

In 1964 his adoptive father died unexpectedly from pneumonia while he refused to cry or show any other signs of grief. His mother had to work after the death of his husband while her son was studying high school and was familiar with keeping him home from school for long periods.

Kenneth Bianchi, the serial terminator, abductor, and molester from America ( Source : Biography )

Kenneth later moved to Los Angeles, California, in 1976 and began spending time with his older cousin Angelo Buono, who impressed him with his fancy clothes, jewelry, and talent for obtaining any woman he liked and placing them in their place.

Before long, they operated together as pimps, and, by late 1977, they had spiraled to what would become familiar as the Hillside Strangler matricide. Bianchi, alongside Buono, had raped and murdered ten young women and girls by the time they got arrested in early 1979.

Kenneth Bianchi Is Still Alive In 2022

Kenneth is alive and in jail, serving his punishments. 

Moreover, he worked as a security guard on January 11, 1979, and lured two female students into a house he was guarding. The two females, Karen Mandic and Diane Wilder, were students at Western Washington University.

He forced Mandic down the stairs in front of him, strangled her, and similarly murdered Wilder. Likewise, he left many clues, and police apprehended him the next day.

In Addition, he was the eleventh and twelfth murderer shortly and disclosed to Buono that he went on an LAPD police ride-along. He got questioned about the Strangler case, and Buono flew into a rage and endangered to dash Bianchi if he did not move to Bellingham, Washington.

After getting arrested, he confessed that he and Buono stopped a young woman called Catharine Lorre in 1977, intending to abduct and kill her, but they released her after learning she was the daughter of actor Peter Lorre.

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