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Denise Anette Huber murder 6/3/1991 Costa Mesa, CA *John Famalaro, known as the Cold Storage Killer, convicted and sentenced to death*

Denise Anette Huber

Denise Huber Probably Dead, Investigator Says
Arrest Came After Tip Based on Intuition
Police Recover Clothes Believed to Be Those of Victim in Freezer
Arizona Home Searched for Bodies
Bloodied Crowbar Discovered in Home of Murder Suspect
Suspect Lived Secretive Life
Chronicling the Murder of Denise Huber
Famalaro Gets Death Sentence in Huber Murder
In the End, It Was Photo of Her Body That Haunted Jurors
Victim’s Father Wishes to Live Long Enough to See Killer Die
Family, Friends Pay Tribute to Slain Orange County Woman at Memorial
The killer kept his victim’s body refrigerated
Find-A-Grave: Denise Anette Huber
Wasted Lives: A Classmate on Death Row

John Famalaro

Name                                                  CDCR #           Age        Admission Date          Current Location
FAMALARO, JOHN JOSEPH      K67401           53         09/15/1997               San Quentin

Cold Storage

Cold Case Files: Frozen In Time
Unusual Suspects: Cold-Blooded
Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets: Cold As Ice


12 Responses

  1. Just wondering if there was an update?

  2. I am trying to find out whom the articles of clothing that were stained with blood in his apartment belonged too. They didn’t belong to Denis Huber and considering the crime he committed, 37 blows and kept her body in a freezer. He definitely killed more then just one women, this guy is insane and I wish detectives would push to try and find out what else he has done.

  3. I have seen many cold cases on TV but it really upset me when the victims family doesn´t know where their love ones are. I cant imagine how much pain Denises parents had when they waiting for 3 years to find their daughter…
    Im so happy their found the man who did this and Im learning how wonderful death penality is and I will gladly be the executor without paid on this scumbag who did this…
    Im so sad for her parents or other parents who lose their child like that… Yeah I will always vote for death panelity and strong and better law enforcement to solve cases like this… who remember the Walsh” boy who just was a little kid killed in horriffic way – I admire his Dad who works on TV…

  4. yes i remember years ago watching the story of adam walsh I just watched the story of Denise Huber this morning on the show called Stolen Voices Buried Secrets…and alls i can think about is why is this man still alive. Ireally hate watching these shows it makes ya wanna just reach out and hug the families but on the other hand everytime i watch another one of these shows I protect my kids more an more…

  5. Well, although the advances in neuroanatomical, neurophysiological research are very very slow. these criminal are going to be executed. Seems like a waste of experimental data, material. The discovery of one anomaly, one metabolic disturbance, an infectious process, altered neuro-immunologic profile, disinhibition… Seems more might possibly be (or might not be) realized by the study of this highly disturbed behavior, bran and behavior before the sentence of death is carried out. IMHO

    • While all of that may be true, what if said subject (in this case John Famalaro) refused to participate in any study? Many won’t and I heard he is one of those that won’t. Bobby Joe Long won’t either. Some will talk one on one, but do not want to be studied. They want to retain control of themselves even in prison.

      However, Joel Rifkin is an exception. He wanted to be studied. I wanted a documentary on his brain. It was very interesting.

  6. I was lucky enough to meet Denise, and her strong family in 1990. The one time I was at their home we ate pie, I felt welcomed and she made me feel comfortable while razzing her brother, like all siblings do. He informed me of Denise’s disappearance and my heart went out to them! I have wanted to tell the family and they may not remember me well, I look back on that day and feel fortunate to have met her. I am glad to finally have a place to communicate my feelings, I greatly admire your strength as a family.

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