73 – Lorenzo Fayne

Lorenzo Fayne was an American serial killer and necrophile who was active from 1989 to 1993. They did not quickly capture him because he lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and East St. Louis, Illinois. Plus, the police were understaffed in a time of record murders and underfunding to where they couldn’t afford car radios.

71 – Bruce Pardo

Bruce Pardo gunned down his ex-wife’s family while wearing a Santa Suit on Christmas Eve and burned their home down. 9 people died in the massacre. Pardo killed himself a few hours later in his brother’s home.

69 – Cha Vang

James Nichols shot and killed Cha Vang, a 30-year-old Hmong hunter from Green Bay and tried to claim self-defense. This was the second major incident that took place between Hmong and White hunters in northern Wisconsin and increased tensions in the state.

68 – Glenn Kopitske

High school student Gary Hirte killed Glenn Kopitske to see if he could get away with the crime. In court, Hirte claimed he was temporarily insane during the crime, which was fueled by shame and humiliation after having a same sex encounter.

67 – Federal Express Flight 705

On April 7th, 1994, after taking off from the Memphis International Airport, FedEx employee Auburn Calloway hijacked a DC-10 intending to crash the plane. He was being investigated at work and wasn’t doing financially well. He updated his will and life insurance policy beneficiaries to benefit his family.

66 – Mwivano Kupaza

A dismembered body, skinned beyond recognition, was discovered by the Wisconsin River in 1999. It took authorities six months to identify the victim as Mwivano Kupaza, 25, a student from Tanzania. Her cousin was charged and convicted of the crime.

65 – Antoinette Frank

Antoinette Frank was an officer employed by the New Orleans PD and worked security for a local restaurant that treated her like family. In 1995, she killed a police officer and two family members when she and an accomplice robbed this establishment.

64 – Amber Creek

Robert Creek forced Illinois DCFS to take custody of his 14-year-old daughter in order to save her life. She chronically ran away from the residential center where she was placed. In 1996 turned up dead in a nature reserve in Wisconsin. Law Enforcement didn’t catch her killer until 2014, and the court process quickly became complicated.

63 – The Guy Family

On November 26, 2016, 61-year-old Joel Guy Sr. and 55-year-old Lisa Guy were murdered and dismembered in their Knoxville, Tennessee home. They had planned to retire and stopped funding their 28-year-old son’s life. Their son, Joel Guy Junior, was quickly identified as the perpetrator.

62 – Aundria Bowman

14-year-old Aundria vanished from her home on March 11th, 1989 recently after accusing her adoptive father Dennis Bowman of molesting her. Dennis told authorities she had stolen money and left home. Aundria was classified as a runaway for decades. They arrested Dennis Bowman for murder and he eventually revealed what happened to his daughter.

60 – Jeffrey Moreland

Jeffrey Moreland quit his job as a police officer because of a Parkinson’s disease diagnosis. He assaulted and murdered 2 women, one of which was his ex-girlfriend’s mother. Despite trying to elude law enforcement, they caught him when his ex-girlfriend identified him after seeing the composite sketch on a billboard.

59 – Maria Lauterbach

Maria Lauterbach was a United States Marine who was 8 months pregnant when she disappeared from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Her remains were found in the backyard of Corporal Cesar Laurean who she had accused of sexual assault.