Photos: The Starkweather case Jan 29, 2020 Jan 29, 2020 Updated Feb 18, 2020 See archive photos of Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate before and after the 1958 murder spree. Starkweather Caril Fugate and Charles Starkweather in a snapshot taken by his landlady a few months before their January 1958 murder spree. Journal Star archives Lincoln Memories National Guardsmen Specialist 2nd Class Bobbie Michaud and Specialist 2nd Class Eugene Lackey stand guard at 13th and O streets in downtown Lincoln in this photo from January 1958. Gov. Victor Anderson requested that the Nebraska National Guard assist the Lincoln Police Department in patrolling the city during Charles Starkweather’s crime spree. Journal Star file photo Caril Ann Fugate Caril Ann Fugate, shown in a police car after being taken into custody in 1958, plans to ask for a pardon. United Press Telephoto 150. Charles Starkweather 150. Charles Starkweather1938-1959Spree killerThe most infamous Nebraskan, Lincoln garbage man Starkweather killed 11 people in Southeast Nebraska and Wyoming during a two-month murder spree in 1957 and 1958. He has been the subject of movies, books and Bruce Springsteen’s “Nebraska.” JOURNAL STAR ARCHIVES Caril Ann Fugate Caril Ann Fugate (center) was convicted of murder after accompanying Charlie Starkweather on a 1958 crime spree. Journal Star file photo Starkweather Charles Starkweather's driver's license Courtesy photo Caril Ann Fugate Caril Ann Fugate, left, is greeted by her sister as her mother watches. Journal Star file Report A file from the investigator on police performance in handling the Starkweather murders. Courtesy photo Starkweathe Charles Starkweather JOURNAL STAR FILE PHOTO Starkweather guns Starkweather guns Journal Star file photo Caril Fugate Clair Caril Ann (Fugate) Clair and her husband, Frederick A. Clair, who died in a car accident in August 2013. Courtesy photo Charles Starkweather A headstone paid for by actor Martin Sheen marks Charles Starkweather's grave in Wyuka Cemetery. Starkweather's grave is one of the few indigent burial sites in the cemetery with a grave marker. Starkweather killed 11 people in 1957-1958. He was executed in the electric chair in 1959. GWYNETH ROBERTS/Journal Star file photo View Comments Related to this collection +2 Wyoming News No pardon for Starkweather accomplice who sought to clear her name Feb 18, 2020 The former girlfriend of Charlie Starkweather -- who committed a string of murders in Wyoming and Nebraska -- was denied a pardon Tuesday. +6 Crime-and-courts Nebraska denies pardon for ex-girlfriend of notorious killer Charles Starkweather Updated Feb 18, 2020 Fugate was 14 when Starkweather went on a killing spree in 1957-58 that left 11 people dead in Nebraska and Wyoming, including her mother, stepfather and baby half-sister.