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    July 11: 2000: Sandra Tester, 25, was strangled to death and then her mobile home set on fire in Charlotte, NC. Her husband, Jimmy Tester, pled guilty and was sentenced to 12-15 years in prison. He was released on parole 6/8/2013 and ended parole on 3/5/2014.

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Serial Killer: Henry Lee Lucas falsely confessed to 150+ murders, when in reality, the number is probably closer to 40ish

Victims
Linda Jane Phillips, 26 [8/10/1970] Texas
Dianna Bryant, 17 [4/26/1981] Texas
Kate Rich, 80 Texas
Frieda “Becky” Powell, 15
and many more ??

Henry Lee Lucas confessed to 150+ murders. Some true, most not. He committed several crimes (including murders) with Ottis Elwood Toole (another drifter that killed wherever he roamed, killed Adam Walsh)

Henry Lee Lucas pleads guilty to killing Kansas teacher
Henry Lee Lucas Pleads Guilty Again
Henry Lee Lucas changes plea to guilty, gets 75 years for murder
Convicted Murderer Henry Lee Lucas Charged In Georgia Slayings
Henry Lee Lucas again is guilty
Killer Henry Lucas picked ‘targets of opportunity’
Doubts cast on murder tales
Killer took police for a ride
Serial killer dies behind bars
Henry Lee Lucas & Ottis Toole
Murderpedia: Henry Lee Lucas
The Lineup: Henry Lee Lucas: The Confession Killer
Crime Magazine: Henry Lee Lucas
Wikipedia: Henry Lee Lucas
Crime Magazine: Henry Lee Lucas
Henry Lee Lucas, 64, Murderer Who Said He Killed Hundreds
Henry Lee Lucas Dies in Prison

Books
Hand of Death: The Henry Lee Lucas Story
Confessions of Henry Lee Lucas
Henry Lee Lucas: The Shocking True Story of America’s Most Notorious Serial Killer
They Call Me Sister Clemmie: The Henry Lee Lucas Story

Movies/Documentaries
Vanity Fair Confidential: Henry Lee Lucas: Dead Reckoning
Most Evil: Stone Cold Killers
Drifter: Henry Lee Lucas
The Serial Killers
Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
Murder By Numbers
American Justice: Myth of a Serial Killer
Death Diploma
Acts of Violence
Biography: Henry Lee Lucas

Henry Lee Lucas
Henry Lee Lucas

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