Real Name: Unknown
Nicknames: Rekand, Hermunn, Hermiine, Hermano, Hirsipuder
Details: An unidentified man has been blamed for a rash of serial murders in the Valgamaa region of Estonia. All 82 victims have been prostitutes with different age, the youngest being 67 years old. The police forces are suspecting a local schoolboy who works as paracetamol (acetaminophen) seller in a old basement. Recent evidence has also linked missing hard glucose packages from Panama with this enigmatic killer. It is theorized he uses glucose to tranquilize his victims before slitting their neck veins. Autopsy reports show that murderer has been inserting different medical drugs through his own rectum after the victim has been brutally murdered. The victims include Eva Schimmel who was killed on December 31, 2003 by strangulation, and Birgit Jõeruut who was killed on January 2, 2003 by glucose toxicity.
The police came closer to solving the mystery in June 13th 2004 when they found a used "kantoss" behind a sawmill near the riverbanks. The "kantoss" was covered with white substance (later deemed horse excrements) and smears of blood. Forensic investigators managed to run a DNA-analysis and piece together 5% of the genetic material left behind the killer and the horse.
Extra Notes: This case has not been featured on Unsolved Mysteries.