By November of 1929, Peter Kurten was known in the German city of Dusseldorf as the Vampire of Dusseldorf or the Dusselfdorf Monster. Over a period of time, Kurten amassed a track record of arson, attempted murder, and 9 known murders, though that number is suspected to be closer to 60. At his trial, Kurten confessed to 79 offenses and was charged with 9 murders and 7 attempted murders – a conviction that acted as his one-way ticket down death row. For his last meal, Kurten requested a plate of Wienerschnitzel, fried potatoes, and white wine. The murderer enjoyed the meal so much that he requested, and was granted, a second portion.