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* In ''The Incubus'', a small town is terrorized by someone who attacks and brutally rapes women. [[spoiler:Turns out that just any serial rapist isn't behind it: it's a demon summoned by a cult. Incubi in mythology were all about this, along with their female counterparts, succubi]].

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* In ''The Incubus'', a small town is terrorized by someone who attacks and brutally rapes women. [[spoiler:Turns [[spoiler:It turns out that not just any serial rapist isn't behind it: it's a demon summoned by a cult. Incubi in mythology were all about this, along with their female counterparts, succubi]].



* The major reveal in ''Film/{{Gothika}}'' is that [[spoiler:Miranda's late husband Doug and Sherrif Ryan were a duo of serial rapists/killers who kidnapped numerous women to molest them repeatedly and force them to do whatever they wanted.]]

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* The major reveal in ''Film/{{Gothika}}'' is that [[spoiler:Miranda's late husband Doug and Sherrif Sheriff Ryan were a duo of serial rapists/killers who kidnapped numerous women to molest them repeatedly and force them to do whatever they wanted.]]



* [[TruthInTelevision True to life]], Beria in ''Film/TheDeathOfStalin'' is charged with over three hundred counts of rape, some involving prepubescent girls, before he's summarily executed. [[note]] The actual Beria would both troll the streets for random girls to rape, as well as extort sexual favors from women desperate to free their relatives from government custody. His behavior was supposedly so well known and out of control that Stalin once called his daughter to order her to leave the house when he realized she and Beria were alone together.[[/note]]

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* [[TruthInTelevision True to life]], Beria in ''Film/TheDeathOfStalin'' is well-known to be a serial rapist, who got away with his crimes for years as he's head of the KGB. He's charged with over three hundred counts of rape, some even involving prepubescent girls, before he's summarily executed. [[note]] The executed.[[note]]The actual Beria would both troll the streets for random girls to rape, as well as extort sexual favors from women desperate to free their relatives from government custody. His behavior was supposedly so well known and out of control that Stalin once called his daughter to order her to leave the house when he realized she and Beria were alone together.[[/note]][[/note]] However, at his actual trial he wasn't really charged with this.


* ''Series/TheFive'': Jakob Marosi's second stage of his ritual turned out to be "pain", i.e. raping children.

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Jakob Marosi's second stage of his ritual turned out to be "pain", i.e. raping children.
** [[spoiler:Jay Newman]] is a serial rapist too, who kidnaps and imprisons his many victims.

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*[[TruthInTelevision True to life]], Beria in ''Film/TheDeathOfStalin'' is charged with over three hundred counts of rape, some involving prepubescent girls, before he's summarily executed. [[note]] The actual Beria would both troll the streets for random girls to rape, as well as extort sexual favors from women desperate to free their relatives from government custody. His behavior was supposedly so well known and out of control that Stalin once called his daughter to order her to leave the house when he realized she and Beria were alone together.[[/note]]




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\n* In the backstory of ''Literature/ShadowOfTheConqueror,'' [[EvilOverlord Dayless]] initially thought that rape was [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil so evil]] that even he couldn't do it, trying to convince himself that all the girls he took were either willing or at least giving QuestionableConsent. By the end, he knew that wasn't true, and that he'd become a compulsive rapist of young women in every way, racking up over four hundred victims.


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* In the ''Series/InTheHeatOfTheNight'' episode "Rape", Chief Gillespie gets a hunch that Steven Ainslee, who raped Virgil's wife Althea as the Crime of the Week, has done it before--the particulars of the crime strike him as having experience behind them. He's right: he finds circumstantial evidence that Ainslee raped at least two other women in the last two towns he worked in, and uses it to convince Ainslee's wife to break the alibi she gave him.

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* In the ''Series/InTheHeatOfTheNight'' episode "Rape", "Rape," Chief Gillespie gets a hunch that Steven Ainslee, who raped Virgil's wife Althea as the Crime of the Week, has done it before--the particulars of the crime strike him as having experience behind them. He's right: he finds circumstantial evidence that Ainslee raped at least two other women in the last two towns he worked in, and uses it to convince Ainslee's wife to break the alibi she gave him.




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\n* ''Literature/TalesFromCherryshrubMississippi'': The Popobawa a Zanzibarian demon who rapes people who refuse to believe in them alongside their entire households.



* Kilgrave in ''Series/JessicaJones'', like his comicbook counterpart, uses his [[{{Brainwashed}} mind control powers]] to compel women into sleeping with him. At the start of the show, he already raped the protagonist Jessica and Hope repeatedly and it's implied that they're not his first victims. He tries to argue to Jessica that [[MoralMyopia he didn't know that she didn't want to have sex with him]].[[note]]Kilgrave claims not to be able to turn off his CompellingVoice power, and so claims not to be able to tell whether people actually ''want'' to do things for him. Which is really not true: while he can't ''not'' force people to follow verbal ''commands'' he gives them, they're not compelled to do as he says if he phrases them as ''requests''.[[/note]] [[spoiler:Kilgrave later threatens to do the same thing to Jessica's friend Trish saying "From your perspective, I'll be raping her every day".]]

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* Kilgrave in ''Series/JessicaJones'', ''Series/JessicaJones2015'', like his comicbook counterpart, uses his [[{{Brainwashed}} mind control powers]] to compel women into sleeping with him. At the start of the show, he already raped the protagonist Jessica and Hope repeatedly and it's implied that they're not his first victims. He tries to argue to Jessica that [[MoralMyopia he didn't know that she didn't want to have sex with him]].[[note]]Kilgrave claims not to be able to turn off his CompellingVoice power, and so claims not to be able to tell whether people actually ''want'' to do things for him. Which is really not true: while he can't ''not'' force people to follow verbal ''commands'' he gives them, they're not compelled to do as he says if he phrases them as ''requests''.[[/note]] [[spoiler:Kilgrave later threatens to do the same thing to Jessica's friend Trish saying "From your perspective, I'll be raping her every day".]]


* In ''Film/ActOfVengeance, five women who have all been the victims of the same serial rapist band to gether to track him down and extract their revenge. The rapist is nicknamed 'Jingle Bells' by the police because he makes his victims sing "Jingle Bells" while he rapes them.

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* In ''Film/ActOfVengeance, ''Film/ActOfVengeance'', five women who have all been the victims of the same serial rapist band to gether together to track him down and extract their revenge. The rapist is nicknamed 'Jingle Bells' by the police because he makes his victims sing "Jingle Bells" while he rapes them.

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* In ''Film/ActOfVengeance, five women who have all been the victims of the same serial rapist band to gether to track him down and extract their revenge. The rapist is nicknamed 'Jingle Bells' by the police because he makes his victims sing "Jingle Bells" while he rapes them.


** Emperor Joram has [[OurAngelsAreDifferent seraphim women]] who take his fancy captured and forced into his harem as {{Sex Slave}]s with many of them unwilling. These women are so abused by him that he has to post guards to prevent them from killing themselves to get away from him. With even some of his own guards disgusted at his horrific lust.
** Jael is Joram's brother and is also a serial rapist just like his brother. Jael forces woman to sleep with him by threat of death and uses his own female soldiers as he demands a new woman every night with them brutalized after the act. Jael's lust extends to even his own niece who he plans to turn into his personal SexSlave.
* ''Literature/StrangeTheDreamer'': [[TheCaligula Skathis]] upon taking over the city of Weep, would exult in his power, dominating those who lived in Weep. Skathis would ride out to kidnap young men and women, teens to adults, to be delivered to "serve" the gods. By which we mean, they were subjected to rape, either forcibly or magical coercion, turned into {{Sex Slave}]s for Skathis and his followers (including his own consort Isagol) for centuries.


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** Emperor Joram has [[OurAngelsAreDifferent seraphim women]] who take his fancy captured and forced into his harem as {{Sex Slave}]s Slave}}s with many of them unwilling. These women are so abused by him that he has to post guards to prevent them from killing themselves to get away from him. With even some of his own guards disgusted at his horrific lust.
** ** Jael is Joram's brother and is also a serial rapist just like his brother. Jael forces woman to sleep with him by threat of death and uses his own female soldiers as he demands a new woman every night with them brutalized after the act. Jael's lust extends to even his own niece who he plans to turn into his personal SexSlave.
* ''Literature/StrangeTheDreamer'': [[TheCaligula Skathis]] upon taking over the city of Weep, would exult in his power, dominating those who lived in Weep. Skathis would ride out to kidnap young men and women, teens to adults, to be delivered to "serve" the gods. By which we mean, they were subjected to rape, either forcibly or magical coercion, turned into {{Sex Slave}]s Slave}}s for Skathis and his followers (including his own consort Isagol) for centuries.

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** Jael is Joram's brother and is also a serial rapist just like his brother. Jael forces woman to sleep with him by threat of death and uses his own female soldiers as he demands a new woman every night with them brutalized after the act. Jael's lust extends to even his own niece who he plans to turn into his personal SexSlave.
* ''Literature/StrangeTheDreamer'': [[TheCaligula Skathis]] upon taking over the city of Weep, exulted in his power, dominating those who lived in Weep...and he would ride out to kidnap young men and women, teens to adults, to be delivered to "serve" the gods. By which we mean, they were subjected to rape, either forcibly or magical coercion, turned into {{Sex Slave}]s for Skathis and his followers (including his own consort Isagol) for centuries.


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** ** Jael is Joram's brother and is also a serial rapist just like his brother. Jael forces woman to sleep with him by threat of death and uses his own female soldiers as he demands a new woman every night with them brutalized after the act. Jael's lust extends to even his own niece who he plans to turn into his personal SexSlave.
* ''Literature/StrangeTheDreamer'': [[TheCaligula Skathis]] upon taking over the city of Weep, exulted would exult in his power, dominating those who lived in Weep...and he Weep. Skathis would ride out to kidnap young men and women, teens to adults, to be delivered to "serve" the gods. By which we mean, they were subjected to rape, either forcibly or magical coercion, turned into {{Sex Slave}]s for Skathis and his followers (including his own consort Isagol) for centuries. \n\n


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* ''Literature/DaughterOfSmokeAndBone'':
** Emperor Joram has [[OurAngelsAreDifferent seraphim women]] who take his fancy captured and forced into his harem as {{Sex Slave}]s with many of them unwilling. These women are so abused by him that he has to post guards to prevent them from killing themselves to get away from him. With even some of his own guards disgusted at his horrific lust.
** Jael is Joram's brother and is also a serial rapist just like his brother. Jael forces woman to sleep with him by threat of death and uses his own female soldiers as he demands a new woman every night with them brutalized after the act. Jael's lust extends to even his own niece who he plans to turn into his personal SexSlave.
* ''Literature/StrangeTheDreamer'': [[TheCaligula Skathis]] upon taking over the city of Weep, exulted in his power, dominating those who lived in Weep...and he would ride out to kidnap young men and women, teens to adults, to be delivered to "serve" the gods. By which we mean, they were subjected to rape, either forcibly or magical coercion, turned into {{Sex Slave}]s for Skathis and his followers (including his own consort Isagol) for centuries.



* The killer in ''Film/TheBostonStrangler'' is responsible for the rapes and murders of thirteen women.

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* The killer in ''Film/TheBostonStrangler'' is responsible for the rapes and murders of thirteen women. He was based on a real man who actually did this (although [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory very loosely]]).


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* ''{{Series/Unbelievable}}'': The perpetrator of the attack on Marie is found to be one. He not only raped many other women in his home state, but there may well be others the police still haven't discovered even when he's convicted, as the encryption on his hard drive can't be cracked, where they suspect he kept far more photos of victims.


* Masayoshi Shido, antagonist of ''VideoGame/Persona5'' was canonically first introduced trying to assault a woman while drunk. In ''FanFic/DearOldDad'' it is very clear that this is not an isolated incident: so much that the Phantom Thieves have a majority of its members being made up of his HeroicBastards. All of whom are quite fine with killing him for this and much more.

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* Masayoshi Shido, antagonist of ''VideoGame/Persona5'' was canonically first introduced trying to assault a woman while drunk. In ''FanFic/DearOldDad'' it is very clear that this is not an isolated incident: so much that the Phantom Thieves have a majority of its members being made up of his HeroicBastards.HeroicBastard children. All of whom are quite fine with killing him for this and much more.

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* Masayoshi Shido, antagonist of ''VideoGame/Persona5'' was canonically first introduced trying to assault a woman while drunk. In ''FanFic/DearOldDad'' it is very clear that this is not an isolated incident: so much that the Phantom Thieves have a majority of its members being made up of his HeroicBastards. All of whom are quite fine with killing him for this and much more.

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