December 27, 1944: Ivan Robert Marko Milat is born in Sydney
December 30, 1989: Melbourne couple James Gibson and Deborah Everist, both 19, last seen in inner Sydney with plans to hike to Albury on the NSW / Victoria border.
January 25, 1990: British hitchhiker Paul Onions, 24, flees for a driver with a gun in the vicinity of Belanglo State Forest.
January 20, 1991: German backpacker Simone Schmidl, 20, disappears during the hitchhiking from Sydney to Melbourne.
December 26, 1991: German backpackers Gabor Neugebauer  and Anja Habschied  disappear from Kings Cross and plan to hike from Sydney to Darwin.
April 18, 1992: British backpackers Caroline Clarke  and Joanne Walters  leave a Kings Cross hostel.
19-20 September 1992: the bodies of Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Walters can be found in Staatsbos Belanglo.
October 5, 1993: The skeletal remains of Mr. Gibson and Mrs. Everist are found less than a kilometer from where the British women's bodies were found.
7-8 October 1993: The police start an intensive search in the area, while not formally linking the four murders.
October 8, 1993: After forensic investigation, the police say the four were probably killed by the same person or people. Everything was stabbed. Task Force Air was established under the leadership of NSW Police Superintendent Clive Small.
November 1, 1993: Fifth body found in the forest about five kilometers from the others. Later identified as Mrs. Schmidl.
November 4, 1993: bodies number six and seven, Mr. Neugebauer and Mrs. Habschied, found 80 meters apart and about a kilometer east of where Mrs. Schmidl was discovered.
November 5, 1993: the pay has risen from $ 100,000 to $ 500,000, which corresponds to the previous highest pay for information about major crimes in NSW.
May 22, 1994: Police loot Milat houses and accuse Ivan Robert Marko Milat, 49, with the armed robbery of British traveler Paul Onions.
May 31, 1994: Milat accused of the murders of the seven backpackers.
December 12, 1994: Milat solemnly tried for eight charges after a 28-day hearing before a magistrate.
March 25, 1996: the Supreme Court jury is authorized to stand trial on the following day.
July 27, 1996 – Milat found guilty of seven murders and one abduction.
Sentenced to seven sentences with no possibility of conditional release.
February 1998 – NSW Court of Criminal Appeal rejects its dispute.
May 2004 – High Court application for special leave to appeal failed.
December 2006 – loses a bid for an investigation into his convictions
January 2009 cuts off his little finger with a plastic knife.
October 27, 2019 – Milat, 74 years old, dies in Long Bay Prison of esophageal and stomach cancer.
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