Referred to as the Mad Puppy Killer, whose conviction was the first ever to be overturned from the Supreme Court because of prejudicial media attention and an impartial jury. He once was caught for multiple burglaries. He murdered 6 people on the eliminating spree in the 1950s and was retried and discovered guilty; he came into the courtroom on the puppy leash and on all fours, growling. He by no means married. He was created in Indiana and passed away in jail, as do serial killer Larry Eyler.