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May 18, 1927 |
Fargo, North Dakota
|Other names||The Want-Ad Killer,
Harv the Hammer
|Criminal penalty||150 years imprisonment|
Span of killings
|July 31, 1949–September 20, 1974|
|September 24, 1974|
Harvey Louis Carignan (born May 18, 1927) is an American serial killer serving a 400-year sentence at the Minnesota Correctional Facility – Faribault for the murders of two women. He had been previously convicted for a 1949 rape and murder he committed while stationed in the U.S. Army, in Anchorage, Alaska. Although he was sentenced to hang, he was ultimately paroled for that crime in 1960.
- "Offender Locator - Offender Information". Retrieved 2014-05-18.
- Harvey Carignan at the NNDB
- United Press International article, February 20, 1975
- The Want-Ad Killer: Harvey Carignan, by Ann Rule
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