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Psycho For Love: Michael Lubahn Clark confesses to the 1981 murder of his wife, Carol Jeanne Meyer Lubahn, 31 years later; Sentenced to 15-years-to-life in prison


Carol Jean Meyer Lubahn
Carol Jean Meyer Lubahn

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Dateline: Secrets In The Mist


Michael Lubahn Clark

CDCR#: AN5941
Age: 60
Admission Date: 02/27/2013
Current Location: Ironwood
19005 Wiley’s Well Road
Blythe, CA 92225
(760) 921-3000


5 Responses

  1. Good job by the police, even if it took 30 years. In many ways, it’s worse to live a good life for 30 years when you know you should be in jail, and then after you’ve gotten old and are ready to retire and live the good life, you now have to spend perhaps the rest of your life in prison. Like all murderers, what he is most sorry about is that he got caught.

  2. He may appear to be a really nice guy, but I think he seriously is lacking a conscience. If he had a conscience he couldn’t have been around the problem all those years and seemed so nice and normal. Also, a comment he made after his sentencing shows his deep lack of comprehending the effects of the murder on the family (and thus shows his lack of conscience) when he said, “I’m sorry for what I put the family through these last 2 years.” What about what he put the family through for over 30 years!?

    Sociopaths are really good at appearing like ‘nice’ people. His wife was close enough to him to see more of his real self. And, that is why she said, “You make my skin crawl.”

  3. Yeah, unfortunately her family ( her one sister in particular ) seem too trusting of him, and probably just people in general. They don’t know what a sociopath is, but they’ve been living around one for all these years. Very creepy!!

  4. What ever happened to Carol’s daughter? She was not shown on Dateline and hardly mentioned anywhere else. Does she have contact with her brother or other family members or has she abandoned everyone? When and why did Michael change his name? It certainly wasn’t going to make him unidentifiable.

    • yeah I was wondering where carol’s daughter was also. Does she feel like her brother and forgive her dad? I am confused on this story…from what I hear about sociopaths they observe other people but have no conscience, however he seems to have been a good father – can you actually kill another human being – not in self defense and NOT be a sociopath??? His second wife left him also, I wonder if she was surprised that he was capable of murder…is that why she got out??

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