January 10, 1950 Lancaster, Pennsylvania Edward Lester Gibbs kills Marian Baker on a "sudden impulse" On January 10, Gibbs (25) offered Baker (21) a ride. She accepted as she was rushed that day, needing to finish work at the Treasurer's Office and had an appointment to have her hair done. Instead of bringing her to… Continue reading Man murders woman because of “sudden impulse”
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From the Chicago Sunday Tribune Published January 10, 1960 A 15-year-old was killed when his 16-year-old friend tried to shoot a mouse. Garvin Gillham argued loudly with his ex-wife at her place of employment. Her employer, a farmer, called police before threatening the Gillham with a pitchfork. Gillham shot the farmer 7 times, killing him,… Continue reading Clippings: teen killed by friend who tried to shoot a mouse; man shoots ex-wife, wife’s employer
January 10, 1923 Aurora, Illinois Warren Lincoln kills his wife Lina and her brother, Byron Shoup, dismembers their bodies, burns their headless corpses in a furnace (pictured), buries their heads in cement, and fakes his own death Lincoln, after he was apprehended, claimed he found his wife nude in bed with her brother and in… Continue reading Man kills wife and brother-in-law, dismembers and incinerates bodies, entombs heads in concrete, fakes own death