Juan Corona

Juan Vallejo Corona killed at least 25 migrant farm workers. He buried them in shallow graves around fruit orchards.

Demographic Info

AKAVictimsSexEthnicityCountryTypeMotivationBirthDeath
The Machete Murderer25MaleHispanicUSANomadicSexual, Sadistic1934 (Autlán, Jalisco, Mexico)n/a

Bibliography

TitleAuthorSources
Road to Yuba City, The: A journey into the Juan Corona murdersTracy KidderAmazon

Blog Posts

Juan Corona Denied Parole

on December 6th, 2011 in Serial Killers by | No Comments

Surprising no one, a Sacramento, California parole board denied parole to Juan Corona for the seventh time. Corona, who is 77, can try again in five years. For the first time, Corona admitted some of his crimes. Although rambling at times, he said he killed his first victim with a…

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Juan Corona Up for Parole

on December 5th, 2011 in Serial Killers by | No Comments

Juan Corona was found guilty in 1973 of having murdered 25 migrant farm workers near Yuba City, California. He is up today for parole for the 7th time. Corona’s 1973 conviction was overturned on appeal, but he was convicted again in 1982. He was then sentenced to 25 concurrent life…

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Parole Hearing Delayed for Juan Corona

on December 23rd, 2010 in Serial Killers by | No Comments

Juan Corona, who was convicted in 1973 for the murder of 25 transient farm workers, was granted a one year delay on his fifth parole hearing. He attorney, Y. John Ibrahim, cited his severe dementia and an inability to submit a parole plan as reasons. Initially convicted in 1973 for…

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