|Name||Alma and Teresa Gonzalez|
|Type|| Spree Killers|
|Country of Origin||Mexico|
|Area of Operation||Tijuana, Mexico|
|Ideology||Santa Muerte Worship|
|Modus Operandi||Throat slashing|
|No. of Mutual Victims|| 3 killed|
|Appx no. of Members||2 (1 deceased, 1 incarcerated)|
|First Appearance||La Huesuda|
La Huesuda Edit
Modus Operandi Edit
Real-Life Comparison Edit
The sisters combine characteristics of several Mexican killing teams:
- Las Poquianchis, four sisters reputed to be one of the most prolific serial killing teams in the world, and whose family name was also González.
- The Meraz Family, who ritually sacrificed three people to Santa Muerte between 2009 and 2012.
- The Hernández Brothers Sect, a neo-Aztec cult that sacrificed people by carving their hearts out, and whose last victim was a police officer.
- Adolfo Constanzo and the Narcosatanists, a cult and drug cartel who killed their victims with a single blow from a cutting tool (a machete in their case, rather than a sickle), hanged their bodies with a wire, chopped off their members and removed head-based organs to be used in their rituals (each done to a different victim in the sisters' case). Also, in both cases, the group killed a visiting American student (Mark Kilroy in the Narcosatanists' case and Lee Kern in the sisters'), prompting a joint Mexican-American investigation that led to the discovery and dismantlement of the group.
Known Victims Edit
- Lee Kern (painted red and hung in a public square post-mortem)
- Robert Miller (painted black, dismembered, stuffed cigars and alcohol down his throat, and dumped under a bridge post-mortem)
- Julio Salazar (stuffed cigars down his throat and removed his eyes post-mortem)
- Officer Roberto Calderon (knocked out, abducted, and intended to kill; was rescued)