Youll remember last summer a nationwide manhunt went on for weeks to find Nicholas Harbison after the murders happened. The state said they wanted a death penalty trial. On May 1, they said they would drop that for a guilty plea and life in prison without parole or appeal. Today they brought that plea agreement to court. Every spring Indianas cornfields are filled with sprouting plants - theyre the signs of new life - a new season. Except for these families outside the Pike County courthouse. You can see the pain associated with cornfields on the back of Randy Wanglers shirt - the saying notorious indianas cornfield killer. Hes talking about 24 year old Nicholas Harbison who was in court pleading guilty to killing Wanglers stepdaughter 18 year Keela Lynch, as well as 17 year old Rebekah Akorn, 21 year old Spencer White and attempting to Cameron White in a Pike County cornfield. White was stabbed, shot and Harbison left him for dead in the cornfield. Originally Harbison pleaded not guilty to the crimes and the families asked for the death penalty. That changed this month when the state asked Harbison to admit to the crimes in return getting life in prison with the possibilty of parole or appeal. Itll be a few months before the corn is the same height it was when the four bodies were found in Pike county but before then the families may have justice. "I have mixed emotions Im glad hell be off the street and not able to hurt anybody again." Cameron and Spencers Aunt Judi Herrin still says she wants to see Harbison get the death penalty but knows those trials can take 20 years. "I want my family members the family members of the family to be alive to see something happen to him." Herrin is the only family member talking. The others are waiting until they see Harbison taken away for good. Even when that happens every spring theyll still have the cornfields reminding them of what they lost. Harbisons sentencing is scheduled for June 22nd. Thats when the judge will deny or accept the plea agreement. If he accepts Harbison is going to jail for life without the possibility of parole or appeal.