Kristen Wolf’s serial killer-inspired crime spree was revealed after she brutally stabbed two people in a killing spree

Alleged killer Kristen Wolf brutally stabbed two people to death in a bloody killing spree apparently inspired by serial killers.

In 2020, Wolf, a then 28-year-old prison officer, assaulted three people in an apartment building in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Kristen Wolf (pictured) will plead guilty to killing two people and injuring one in a bloody stabbing

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Kristen Wolf (pictured) will plead guilty to killing two people and injuring one in a bloody stabbingPhoto credit: WTHR
Her manifesto revealed that she was inspired by serial killers

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Her manifesto revealed that she was inspired by serial killersPhoto credit: WTHR

According to court documents obtained by 13News, the victims told police they opened their front door to a woman they did not know.

Wolf then allegedly stabbed three of the five people in the house on May 11, 2020.

Three people visited a few housemates during the attack.

Police arrived at a grisly scene with blood in the living room, kitchen and several walls on the first floor of the house, police said.

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However, the attacker was gone by the time officers reached the home.

Police found one of the victims, Victoria Cook, 24, stabbed to death.

Dylan Dickover, 28, later died in a hospital.

Another woman was wounded but survived after rushed surgery.

According to court documents, investigators eventually found Wolf’s alleged manifesto, which said she was inspired by serial killers.

However, they found out from the manifesto that she didn’t want to kill anyone she knew.

One of the five people who were inside during the attack told police he came downstairs after hearing noise.

He said he saw an unknown woman with strawberry blonde hair stabbing people, court documents showed.

The man reportedly ran back upstairs and asked a tenant if she had a gun he could use to defend himself.

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While Wolf initially managed to elude the police, she left a lead that the police used to track her down.

A cap, which the victims told police they believed the woman had, was left behind.

They also said the woman was wearing some sort of work uniform.

According to the court documents, the hat featured a patch that read “Indiana Department of Correction” and the handwritten name “Wolf.”

Blood and other possible DNA traces were also found in the cap.

Police were led to Madison Correctional Facility, where Wolf worked as a corrections officer.

Wolf was eventually arrested for the stabbings at Madison Correctional.

Court documents contained information showing that Wolf did not plan to die, but that she was willing.

Although the victims claimed they did not know Wolf, police believe they are both linked to a man who reportedly teaches women how to kill people with knives, the outlet said.

During a preliminary investigation, it was discovered that one of the victims was dating a man Wolf was dating, according to a neighbor of Wolf’s.

Wolf on Monday accepted a plea deal in which she will plead guilty to two counts of murder, attempted murder and attempted battery.

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As part of the deal, Wolf is expected to receive a 100-year sentence.

Her sentencing is scheduled for January 2023.

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