Victims of Lorenzo Gilyard

on June 15, 2010 in Serial Killers, Victimology by

Lorenzo Gilyard was found guilty for the murders of six people, but is suspected to have been involved in the murders of eight other people. We currently have information on all of his known and suspected victims.

Stacie L. Swofford

Stacie’s remains, age 17, were discovered on April 17, 1977. Gilyard is suspected to have been involved in this murder.

Gwendolyn Kizine

Gwendolyn, age 15, was reported missing on January 22, 1980. Her remains were discovered on January 23, 1980. Gilyard is suspected to have been involved in this murder.

Margaret J. Miller

Margaret’s remains , age  17, were discovered on May 9, 1982. Gilyard is suspected to have been involved in this murder.

Catherine M. Barry

Catherine’s remains, age 34, were discovered on March 14, 1986.

Naomi Kelly

Naomi’s remains, age 23, were discovered on August 16, 1986.

Debbie Blevins

Debbie’s remains, age 32, were discovered on November 27, 1986. Gilyard is suspected to have been involved in this murder.

Ann Barnes

Ann’s remains, age 36, were discovered on April 17, 1987.

Kellie A. Ford

Kellie’s remains, age 20, were discovered on June 9, 1987.

Angela Mayhew

Angela’s remains, age 19, were discovered on September 12, 1987. Gilyard was acquitted for this murder due to insufficient evidence, though he is still suspected to have been involved in this murder.

Sheila Ingold

Sheila’s remains, age 36, were discovered on November 3, 1987.

Carmeline Hibbs

Carmeline’s remains, age 30, were discovered on December 19, 1987.

Helga Kruger

Helga, age 26, was murdered on February 12, 1989. Gilyard is suspected to have been involved in this murder.

Connie Luther

Connie’s remains, age 29, were discovered on January 11, 1993. Gilyard is suspected to have been involved in this murder.

Paula Beverly Davis

Paula, age 21, is suspected to have been murdered by Gilyard.

One Comment

  • Rebecca says:

    Not nearly all his suspected victims! Some of us know that there are more but for whatever reason some victims (totally fit the m.o.) are not worthy of the time or energy to give closure to the families. ?

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