82-year-old Bryan, was
found stabbed to death in her bedroom at St. James Place retirement
home, March 21, 1994. Linked to Gillis by confession.
Hall's body was found
in January 1999 lying face down in the Vignes Lake subdivision in
the southeast corner of the parish, near Hoo Shoo Too Road. When
Hall was killed, authorities said she lived on the streets and used
crack cocaine. Her jacket was found after her death, miles away,
hanging near the leeve by LSU. Linked to Gillis by DNA.
Hardee Mosley Schmidt
dissapeared from her Pollard Estates subdivision while taking a jog
in May 1999. Her body was found a few days later in a St. James
Parish bayou. Linked to Gillis by confession.
Hunters in Iverville
Parish stumbled upon Joyce Williams' severed leg bone in a patch of
woody area on the east bank of the Mississippi River about three
miles south of the Plaquemine ferry on January 22, 2000. About 700
feet away, deputies summoned to the site found the rest of the
skeleton. Joyce, 36, was seen leaving a home in Oriole Street in
Baton Rouge on November 12, 1999. Linked to Gillis by confession.
A fisherman found 52-year-old
Robinson's naked body in the Atchafalaya Basin along Interstate 10
between Whiskey Bay and Butte La Rose exits on February 10, 2000.
Linked to Gillis by confession.
The badly decomposed body of Nevils, 38, was found in November
2000 on the Mississippi River
levee about a mile south of Ben-Hur Road. Linked to Gillia by
Johnnie Mae Williams
Johnnie Mae, 45, who he said had been a friend for nearly 10
years. Gillis said that when he picked her up on the street in
October 2003, she had become a steady user of crack cocaine. He
couldn't restrain himself, he said. William's body was found October
11 by a group of people riding four-wheelers off Pride-Port Hudson
Road near Green Franklin Road.
Linked to Gillis by DNA.
Donna Bennett Johnston
Donna, 43, was found February 27, 2004, strangled in a drainage
canal just outside the Baton Rouge city limits, on Ben-Hur road.
Johnston, like some of the others victims, let what police classify
as a 'high-risk' lifestyle. Linked to Gillis by DNA.