In 1960, Sharon Kinne was living in the US state of Missouri as a bored housewife. She was a mother of two, and married to James Kinne, a Mormon man who was six years her senior.
To keep herself occupied, Sharon would shop and cheat on her husband.
Both she and James knew their marriage was over, and were looking for a way out, until one day, Sharon found him dead by a clear gunshot wound to the head.
At the time, she had told police that their two-year-old had accidentally fired at him, but then a few months later, her lover's pregnant wife was murdered too.
Although she was acquitted for both murders three times, Sharon would strike again after fleeing to Mexico in 1964. However, after five years behind bars, she broke out of the Mexican prison she was locked up in - and hasn't been seen since.
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This makes Sharon Kinne one of the longest-missing felons in the history of America.