Johann Mazovec
Born ca. 1914
Attack information
Date September 12, 1932
Location(s) Zalog, Yugoslavia
Killed 6
Weapon(s) Knife

Johann Mazovec was a Yugoslav who killed six people in Zalog, Yugoslavia on September 12, 1932, before escaping.

After an argument over a girl the 18-year-old armed himself with a butcher knife and stabbed people in a beer hall. Among the fatalities were two men who had also courted the girl.[1][2][3][4][5]


  1. Crazed youth kills 6 after row over girl, The Pittsburgh Press (September 13, 1932)
  2. Youth Slays Six Rivals For Girl, Portsmouth Times (September 13, 1932)
  3. Kills Six with Butcher Knife, Winnipeg Free Press (September 13, 1932)
  4. Stabs six to death, Olean Times Herald (September 13, 1932)
  5. World's News in Brief - Suitor Runs Amuck, The Sunday Times (September 18, 1932)
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