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Michael Eugene Sharp was born on 24 April, 1954 in Eastland, Texas, U.S., is a killer. Discover Michael Eugene Sharp's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 43 years old?

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Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 24 April, 1954
Birthday 24 April
Birthplace Eastland, Texas, U.S.
Date of death (1997-11-19) Huntsville Unit, Huntsville, Texas, U.S.
Died Place Huntsville Unit, Huntsville, Texas, U.S.
Nationality United States

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As of May 2022, no further murders have been definitely linked back to Sharp. While he was not convicted in Guerrero's murder, her case was closed after he led authorities to her grave, and presumably remains a suspect in the killings of McNew and Davis, with authorities believing that he might have killed others across West Texas.


Sharp's crimes were covered on an episode of On the Case with Paula Zahn, titled Lethal Offer. Released on October 7, 2018, it featured interviews with reporter Kim Smith, who had questioned Sharp shortly before his execution in 1997, as well as reported Tim Madigan, who had extensively covered Sharp's trial.


After his conviction, Sharp repeatedly appealed his death sentence, but was unsuccessful each time. On November 19, 1997, he was ultimately executed via lethal injection at the Huntsville Unit. Shortly before the sentence was carried out, he posted a three-page statement which discussed his newfound religion and his opposition to the death penalty.


On June 14, 1982, Sharp was at a car wash in Kermit when he took notice of a car driven by 31-year-old Brenda Broadway, who was accompanied by her daughters, 14-year-old Selena and 8-year-old Christie Elms. He approached their car and threatened them at knifepoint, before forcing them into his pickup truck and driving to a remote area outside the city, where he proceeded to rape the mother and 14 year old. During the ordeal, Broadway began praying, which apparently angered Sharp, who said that there could not be a God if he allowed people to suffer like this, before proceeding to stab Broadway and then Christie to death. While this was going on, Selena, who was naked and barefoot, managed to run away. She ran for five miles before reaching an oilfield, where she was found by workers who notified authorities.

While awaiting trial for the murder of Broadway, Sharp reportedly became a born-again Christian. Shortly after, he was contacted by a detective who, on the pretense of adhering to his religious beliefs, asked Sharp to confess if he was responsible for any further murders. Sharp eventually relented and drew a map that led to Guerrero's gravesite, and promised to reveal information on other killings as long as his identity was withheld from the media to protect his family. However, an article posted in The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal revealed Sharp's claims, which made him cut all contact with the detective and refuse to give any further information on other crimes. At some point, police from Bossier City, Louisiana tested him for involvement in the 1982 murder of 44-year-old realtor Jean McPhaul, but no such link was established.


Sharp's first known crime dates back to March 1975, when the then-20-year-old broke into the home of a woman, tied her up and stole all the valuables from the home. The victim survived and her testimony led to his identification and arrest only a few days later, with Sharp subsequently being convicted and sentenced to 15 years imprisonment for two counts of aggravated robbery and theft by check. He was sent to serve this sentence at the Huntsville Unit, but was granted early parole in mid-1979, whereupon he moved to Odessa and found a job as a toolpusher on local oilrigs. He was considered a quiet but respectable man by his neighbors, all of whom noted that he had a beautiful wife, a good job and a big house with three cars.


Michael Eugene Sharp (April 24, 1954 – November 19, 1997) was an American serial killer who abducted and killed two women and one girl in West Texas in 1982, but is thought to be responsible for at least two further murders. Convicted for two of the killings and sentenced to death for one of them, Sharp was executed in 1997.