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Juan Vallejo Corona Gallery

The Machete Serial Killer

 

Juan Vallejo Corona (born c. 1934) is a Mexican-born serial killer.

He was convicted of the 1971 murders of 25 itinerant laborers; men who had been found buried in shallow graves in the orchards of fruit ranches in Sutter County, California, along the Feather River north of Yuba City, where they did seasonal harvesting and thinning jobs.

At that time, these gruesome crimes represented the worst and most notorious serial murders in U.S. history. The local sheriff said even more men may have been buried in the area.

 

Corona was sentenced in 1973 to 25 life sentences. His second trial, in 1982, failed to render an acquittal and he was returned to prison to serve out his sentence.

 


Juan Corona rare handwritten envelope in prestine condition signed in full Juan V. Corona. This envelope is prison stanped and with 9 lines penned in his hand. –SCARCE-

129.99$ USD

 

Juan Vallejo Corona typed letter with original color pencil artwork signed Juan V. Corona

399.99$ USD

 

 

Juan Corona 1 typed page from Corcoran State Prison signed in full Juan V. Corona

 

 

Jaun Corona 1 typed page from Corcoran State Prison signed in full Juan V. Corona

 

 

Jaun Corona 1 typed page from Corcoran State Prison signed in full Juan V. Corona

 

 

 

 

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