Lansing Michigan, June 28

For 30 years after her release, Caril Ann worked as a janitor at a Michigan hospital ... the press as the youngest female in America ever charged with first-degree murder. She said she had begun seeing 19-year-old Charles Starkweather the ...

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cinnmingirl: Caril Ann Fugate, now Caril Ann Clair, living in Stryker, Ohio. Murderer.
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