The Unabomber:  Ted Kaczynski

He was a brilliant mathematician and Harvard University graduate. He was a self-proclaimed anarchist who opposed technology and industrialization

He mailed 16 bombs to people he believed were symbols of technology and progress, killing three and injuring 23.

 Kaczynski's manifesto, titled "Industrial Society and Its Future," was over 35,000 words long and outlined his philosophy of technological and industrial society.

He was eventually caught after his brother recognized his writing style in a manifesto he mailed to The New York Times and The Washington Post. Kaczynski has been on hunger strike for over 20 years in protest of his living conditions

In 1996, Kaczynski was arrested in his remote cabin in Montana. During his trial, he pleaded guilty but attempted to justify his actions as a necessary means to raise awareness about the dangers of technological advancement. In 1998, he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Kaczynski, known for his reign of terror between 1978 and 1995, left a lasting mark on American history as one of the most infamous domestic terrorists.

"Ted" Kaczynski, was discovered dead in his prison cell on 10 june 2023.