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Charles Raymond STARKWEATHER

 
 
 

 

Charles Starkweather

 

 

Charles Starkweather and Caril Fugate
A photo of the teen killers before their Nebraska killing spree.

 

 

Charles Starkweather, shortly after his arrest, with blood on his ear and shirt from police gunfire.
(Los Angeles Times file photo)

 

 

Charles Starkweather

 

 

Charles Starkweather

 

 

Charles Starkweather in a Douglas, Wyo., jail cell.
(Los Angeles Times file photo)

 

 

January 30, 1958-Douglas, WY: Charles Starkweather, the "Red Dog" killer of ten persons in two
states, rests on his cot in a Douglas WY, jail following his capture Wednesday.

 

 

Charles Starkweather eats his first meal since being captured in the Wyoming Badlands.
(Los Angeles Times file photo)

 

 

Charles Starkweather

 

 

Police Officer Ora Landess, left, and Sheriff Merle Karnopp escort Charles Starkweather
 to the Lincoln, Neb., courthouse. (Los Angeles Times file photo)

 

 

Caril Fugate, Girlfriend of Charles Starkweather

Janury 30, 1958-Douglas, Wyoming: Caril Fugate, 14, girlfriend of alleged "mad dog" killer Charles Starkweather, 19, leaves her cell to be fingerprinted. Wyoming officials have waived jurisdiction of the pair and agreed to return them to Nebraska where they will face charges in the killings of ten people.

 

 

Caril Fugate

 

 

Mass Murderer Appearing in Court

Lincoln:Admitted mass-slayer Charles Starkweather is shown entering court for the second day of his trial for murder. Starkweather has admitted killing 11 persons.

 

 

Murder Suspect Charles Starkweather Led to Courtroom

May 8, 1958-Lincoln, Nebraska: Charles Starkweather, 19, admitted mass-slayer, is flanked by sheriff Merle Karnopp (left) and chief deputy Les Hasson (right) as he is led from place of confinement to the courtroom May 8th. In the fourth day of his murder trial May 8th, a jury was finally approved.

 

 

Charles Starkweather

 

 

Charles Starkweather

 

 

Charles Starkweather

 

 

Caril Fugate

 

 

Caril Fugate

 

 

Charles Starkweather Jury Pose On Steps

May 22, 1958-Lincoln, Nebraska: The Charles Starkweather jury was asked May 22nd to send the 19-year-old admitted mass-killer to the electric chair. The defense, asking for mercy, said, "Let's not kill the boy, just the devil in him." Shown is the jury of eight women, four men--plus two alternates and the matron. The jury recessed after 2 3/4 hours deliberation without coming to a decision. They will resume discussion of the case May 23rd.

 

 

Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Fugate Consoling Caril Fugate

November 19, 1958 - Lincoln, Nebraska: Caril Fugate, 15, (left), talks with sister, Barbara, November 19, before going into court for closing arguments in her murder trial. Caril is charged with aiding and abetting Charles Starkweather, 19, in one of 11 slayings he admitted. With Caril and her sister are Mr. and Mrs. William Fugate, the girl's father and stepmother.

 

 

Caril Fugate

 

 

Caril Fugate

 

 

 
 
 
 
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