|Ravenna amok case|
|Date|| January 22, 1923|
Miserocchi, who originated from Gambone, was employed by a family named Boccolini. That night, during work, he grabbed an axe and first hacked to death a man named Luigi Vio, before doing the same with the latter's brother Saulo, who rushed to the scene, alerted by Vio's cries for help.
When his own wife tried to calm him down Miserocchi killed her, too, and afterwards dispatched of his 13-year-old daughter, as well as Vio's son. By that time police and a group of fascists arrived at the scene and shot him dead, while he was about to decapitate yet another child.
- Mrs. Miserocchi, his wife
- his daughter, 13
- Luigi Vio
- Luigi Vio's son
- Saulo Vio, brother of Luigi Vio
- ↑ La strage compiuta da un pazzo - Uccide a colpi di accetta cinque persone, La Stampa (January 24, 1923)
- ↑ Fünf Personen von einem Wahnsinnnigen mit einem Beil erschlagen, Der Tiroler (January 26, 1923)
- ↑ Un fou tue six personnes, Journal de Genève (January 24, 1923)
- ↑ Ravenne, Gazette de Lausanne (January 24, 1923)
- ↑ Un loco mata a seis personas y es muerto por los fascistas, La Vanguardia (January 24, 1923)