Killer posted pics of his ex after shoving her off a cliff

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 21, 2017

The sick killer who twice shot his girlfriend in the head before throwing her from a cliff uploaded pictures of her standing on the mountain edge moments before her slaying.

Alabama residents Bunner, now 22, and Callan chose to remain friends after they broke up, and Bunner had suggested they go hiking together on the Pinhoti trail on 30 August, 2015.

The pair had been walking the Pinhoti Trail in the U.S. state, with Bunner even posting four pictures on Instagram of his former girlfriend hours after he killed her, reports The Sun.

Chillingly, Callan, 18, had messaged a friend the night before the walk, joking, "If something happens to me, you'll know who I was with". 3, : the first post read, which was a photo of Callan holding his dog while sitting in the front seat of his vehicle.

The last pictures of the teen captured her taking a photo and looking out from the clifftop, captioned "oh, ya know". Just enjoying the view.

Her body was found, still wearing her backpack, later that evening.

Police found a shotgun on Bunner and a large amount of blood along with a steering wheel where Callan was killed.

Final picture of girl, 18, before she was pushed off cliff by boyfriend

The court heard he had bragged to his cellmates that he had killed Callan, saying if he couldn't have her, nobody could.

He told police had had shot her in the head as part of a suicide pact before pushing her off the cliff, but he was unable to go through with killing himself.

Bunner pleaded not guilty at first, according to The Mirror.

Loren Bunner will serve 52 years in jail over the murder.

However, police said he had killed his ex because she wouldn't take him back, while family members said Jolee had been making plans for the future and had not seemed depressed.

Her father, Michael Joe Callan, said they weren't dating at the time of the murder and he had trouble "moving on with his life". He will also need to pay AU$11, 500 in restitution to the Alabama Crime Victims Commission. "I think she's smiling today".

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