There are times, when young love is in full flower, that the two paramours just have to get out of town and venture onto life’s highway on their own. Young lovers and serial killers Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate, after leaving a trail of blood and bodies across the mid-west finally ran out of highway on the 29th in 1958. Starkweather was executed on June 25, 1959. Fugate was 14 years old at the time of the killing spree. She was paroled in 1976 after serving 18 years for her role in the murders. The couple murdered eleven people in Nebraska and Wyoming. Robert Colvert was the first. Caril Ann’s mother and stepfather and her two-year-old sister, Betty Jean were next followed by August Meyer, C. Lauer and Clara Ward and their maid. Finally they murdered Merle Collison, Robert Jensen, and Carol King.