In 1973, Corona was convicted and was sentenced to serve 25 consecutive life sentences.
Jeffrey Dahmer Killed 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991 in the Milwaukee area.
Dahmer had sex with the corpses of his victims, kept bodies parts of others, and ate the body parts of some.
Sentenced to 15 consecutive life terms. He was killed in prison in 1994.
John Wayne Gacy Killed 33 young men and boys between 1972 and 1978.
Many of his victims were drifters or runaways. Police suspected Gacy might have killed more than were discovered.
Most of the victims were buried in a crawl space beneath Gacy's house in suburban Chicago.
Before he was arrested, he had been active in the Democratic Party and had dressed as a clown to entertain children at parties.
While on death row, he took up painting. His paintings of clowns sold for between $200 and $20,000 dollars.
He was executed in 1994.
Ed Gein Killed at least 2 women in the 1950s in a small town in Wisconsin.
Dug up the corpses of several other women in the local cemetery to use their skin and body parts to make clothing and household objects.
Inspired multiple movies, including "Psycho," "Texas Chain Saw Massacre" and "The Silence of the Lambs."
Died in 1984, at the age of 77, in Central State Hospital in Wautoma, Wisconsin.
Randy Steven Kraft Murdered dozens of young men between 1972 and 1983.
Prosecutors linked to him 45 murders, but a "death list" created by Kraft claimed 61 killings. It is believed he killed up to 65 though.
Kraft picked up hitchhikers, gave them drugs and alcohol, sexually assaulted them, then mutilated and strangled them.
On May 14, 1983, Kraft was arrested by California Highway Patrol, who stopped him for weaving across a lane on the interstate. The CHP found a dead Marine in the front seat of Kraft's car.
Convicted in 1989 and sentenced to death.
Derrick Todd Lee Accused of raping and killing six women in or around Baton Rouge, Louisiana, between September 2001 and March 2003.
Police say all six murders are linked by DNA evidence.
Arrested in Atlanta on May 27, 2003.
He was indicted on June 25, 2003 for the May 2002 murder of Charlotte Murray Pace.
He had a record for being a stalker and a peeping tom.
His victims are believed to include Gina Wilson Green, Charlotte Murray Pace, Pam Kinamore, Trineisha Dene Colomb, Geralyn DeSoto, and Carrie Lynn Yoder.