Charles Starkweather - 50 Years Later - A Special Report Read the Stories Photo Galleries Video Interviews Follow Charlie's Path Newspaper Archives The Victims Readers Remember The bodies fell 50 years ago this winter. A young girl. An old man. Teenagers and parents. Rich and poor. Killed in the city and in the country. Charles Starkweather took 11 lives by the time he and Caril Fugate were cornered in Wyoming at the end of January 1958. And a half-century later, the wounds he opened haven't yet healed.