Serial killer PHILLIP JABLONSKI, INMATE PRIORITY PASS
SIGNED * SAN QUENTIN DEATH ROW
DISPLAYED IN A PROTECTIVE HARD CASE.
Phillip Carl Jablonski is an American serial killer convicted of killing five women in California and Utah between 1978 and 1991.ablonski is charged with the April 22, 1991 death of Fathyma Vann, 38, in Indio, California. Vann was a fellow student at the local community college that Jablonski attended to satisfy conditions of his parole. Fathyma, a recently widowed mother of two teenage girls, was found shot in the head and sexually assaulted, lying naked in a shallow ditch in the Indio dessert with the words "I Love Jesus" carved in her back. Her body had been subjected to other mutilations including the cutting off of her ears and removal of her eyes.
The following day, April 23, 1991, Jablonski's wife, Carol Spadoni Jablonski, 46, and her mother, Eva Peterson, 72, were murdered at their home in Burlingame, California. Spadoni was shot, suffocated with duct tape, then stabbed, while Peterson was sexually assaulted and shot.
Carol Spadoni met and married Jablonski in 1982, after answering a newspaper ad placed while Jablonski was serving time for having murdered his first wife, Melinda Kimball, in Palm Springs, California in 1978.
Jablonski was also charged with the robbery and subsequent murder of Margie Rogers, 58, in Grand County, Utah, on April 27, 1991. He was captured the following day in Kansas.