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Globe-trotting wife suffocated and strangled husband to death, set fire to his body near blueberry field

by John Jefferson
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Beverly McCallum was convicted of killing her husband Roberto Caraballo in the basement of a Michigan home in 2002. It took 13 years to ID his body and five more to catch her. (McCallum, Carabello: Eaton County Sheriff’s Office; Screenshot: WOOD/YouTube)

A jury in Michigan has convicted a woman who bludgeoned her husband with a hammer, suffocated him to death and then with the help of two others stuffed him in a footlocker, burned his body and left it near a blueberry field.

Beverly McCallum, 63, was found guilty of second-degree murder and disinterment and mutilation of a body in the 2002 death of 37-year-old Roberto Caraballo near Lansing.

Dubbed the “Jack in the Box case,” the murder baffled law enforcement for years with them unable to identify the body. It wasn’t until 2015 when one of McCallum’s children tipped off authorities to the true identity of the remains.

The next problem was finding McCallum, who authorities later learned was globe-trotting to countries such as Jamaica, Pakistan and Italy.



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