Those are not the only kills he is responsible for. There are at least two more.

This serial killer has admitted to almost a handful of killings. They were pretty famous at the time they happened. The thing is though, those are not the only kills he is responsible for. There are at least two more. One of the kills was of someone who had a number one best selling book and the subject of a very highly rated made for television movie. The serial killer made it look like an accident, did a crappy job if it, but still got away with it.

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First Kills

This serial killer has admitted to almost a handful of killings.

They were pretty famous at the time they happened.

The thing is though, those are not the only kills he is responsible for.

There are at least two more.

One of the kills was of someone who had a number one best selling book and the subject of a very highly rated made for television movie.

The serial killer made it look like an accident, did a crappy job if it, but still got away with it. His second kill was of a relative who molested the serial killer.

Everyone assumed the serial killer was responsible, but no one could admit it.

Recently, the serial killer has been telling his story to a couple of inmates who have been sharing it to others and now new charges could be brought against the serial killer.

Serial killer: Cary Anthony Stayner

Relative: Stayner’s uncle Jesse

Cary Anthony Stayner (born August 13, 1961) is an American serial killer. Stayner’s early family life was marked by the abduction of his younger brother, Steven by child molester Kenneth Parnell.

He was convicted of the murders of four women between February and July 1999: Carole Sund, her teenage daughter Juli Sund and their teenage traveling companion Silvina Pelosso, and Yosemite Institute naturalist Joie Ruth Armstrong. The murders occurred in Mariposa County, California, near Yosemite National Park. Cary Stayner was sentenced to death for the four murders, and remains, as of May 2017, awaiting execution on death row at San Quentin Penitentiary in California.

Stayner was born and raised in Merced, California. His younger brother, Steven, was kidnapped by child molester Kenneth Parnell in 1972, when Cary was 11, and held captive for more than seven years before escaping and being reunited with his family. Cary Stayner would later say that he felt neglected while his parents grieved over the loss of Steven.

When Steven escaped from Parnell and returned home in 1980, he received massive media attention; a true crime book and TV movie, both titled I Know My First Name is Steven, were made about the ordeal. Steven died in a motorcycle accident in 1989. The following year, Stayner’s uncle Jesse, with whom he was living at the time, was murdered. Stayner would also later claim that his uncle molested him when he was 11. – Source