De Garayo, Juan Diaz
|born on||17 October 1821 at 09:00 (= 09:00 AM )|
|Place||Salvatierra, Spain, 42n51, 2w23|
|Timezone||LMT m2w23 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||23°41' 16°07 Asc. 24°24'|
Spanish serial killer known as "The Sacamantecas" ("The fat extractor" in Spanish), active near Vitoria, Álava, who strangled five women and a 13-year-old girl, and attacked four other women during two different periods, 1870 to 1874 and 1878 to 1879.
A lust-motivated serial killer, Garayo first killed prostitutes after hiring and sleeping with them consensually, but grew more disorganized and violent as time went on, attacking, raping and murdering women that he saw walking alone in the country.
His last two victims, murdered in consecutive days, were also stabbed, and the second was disemboweled.
Garayo's persona and crimes were the subject of El Sacamantecas, a 1881 monograph written by Ricardo Becerro de Bengoa, who visited Garayo while he was in prison awaiting execution.
He was executed on 11 May 1881.
Castellanos quotes birth Certificate at Hoy en Asesinos en Serie: Juan Díaz de Garayo: "the undersigned priest, priest and beneficiary of the parish church of this place Eguilaz, solemnly baptized at the font of the church a child who I named John, who was born, according to a statement from his parents, at nine in the morning of October 17".
- Passions : Criminal Perpetrator : Homicide serial