Her sentence was 27 years to life. In the s, Georgia Tann , hailed as "the mother of modern adoption," is acclaimed for her work in adopting babies out to well-to-do childless couples, but she is really a cold-hearted monster who kidnaps babies from poor families and neglects the ones she finds unworthy of adoption. Georgia's neglect may have resulted in the deaths of as many as babies, making her perhaps the most prolific female serial killer of all time.
She never faces justice and dies of cancer in Vickie Frost is violently abusive and controlling to her visually-impaired boyfriend, Rick Whitcomb, but when Rick decides to leave her after a year of torment, she goes into a blind rage. One evening in January , she ends a violent argument by stabbing Rick once in the chest, killing him. Pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter, Vickie serves a nine-year sentence and is released in , but prison has not tamed her wild temper.
Englishwoman Clare Nicholls regularly insults, abuses, and starves the father of her youngest child, kind but timid Andrew Gardner, and gets her brother and boyfriend to join her in the abuse. His body weakened by the constant torture, Andrew dies after Clare stomps on his chest, and the murderers try to claim he was attacked by a mugger. Clare is sentenced to 32 years to life in prison. Despite a loving mother and a private school education, London teen Ruby Thomas idolizes her alcoholic father, who was jailed for murdering a cab driver, and by age 15 is herself deep in the throes of alcoholism and a violent temper.
She is serving a seven-year prison sentence, the murder officially labeled a hate crime. In Santa Barbara, California, in , violent-tempered Julia Diaz struggles to make money to send to her family in Mexico but is unable to keep a job. When the family fails to pay up, she goes after 7-year-old Javier Angel, bludgeoning, strangling and finally suffocating him.
Julia is sentenced to life in prison. Ellie Nesler sends her son Willie away to a Christian summer camp, where he and several other boys are molested by Daniel Driver. On the day of Driver's trial, an outraged Nesler shoots and kills him in court. She serves three years for manslaughter but later returns to jail for selling drugs, while her now-adult son is himself incarcerated for murder and she dies of breast cancer in Herman Tarnower , but he womanizes constantly and gets her hooked on speed.
In March , after the doctor finally dumps Jean for a younger woman, a combination of amphetamine withdrawal and jealousy sends her into a rage, and she shoots him to death in his own home. Harris was released from prison to undergo triple bypass surgery and died in at the age of In , when ballroom dance teacher Miriam Francis Helmick' s business prospects fail, she begins forging checks to steal money from her husband, Alan. When Alan begins to suspect her, Miriam shoots him in the head, and receives a life sentence for the murder plus years for fraud.
She is also suspected of murdering her first husband five years earlier. In the early s, Clara Green Carl is a farmer's daughter with dreams of wealth and prestige, and her greed leads her to poison two husbands and her father-in-law with arsenic for their inheritance money. Sentenced to life, she cons her way into parole after only 15 years behind bars.
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In Greenville, Mississippi , Terrie Robinson is having difficulty coping with the stresses of being a single mother on welfare. Convinced that she is not worthy of motherhood and that she is possessed by Satan, she places her three-year-old son, Tristan, in an oven in March and cooks him alive. She is serving a life sentence.
After losing her high-paying job, Fiona Donnison' s life spirals out of control, and she blames her former common-law husband, Paul. Obsessed with revenge, narcissistic Fiona smothers her two children. Her insanity pleas fail and she is sentenced to 32 years in prison. Teenager Clarissa Sanchez is daddy's little girl until she meets Larry "Ray" Coronado and her father forbids the relationship, fearing Ray is too possessive. At Clarissa's urging, Ray beats Clarissa's father to death with a baseball bat.
Ray is sentenced to life, Clarissa to 21 years. In s France, Christine and Lea Papin are subjected to constant verbal abuse working as maids for the Lancelin family, their only comfort being their unusually close relationship, which turns sexual. When Madame Lancelin discovers their secret, the sisters beat and stab her and her daughter to death and gouge out their eyes. Both are sentenced to hard labor.
Cafe owner Denise Leone Frei decides her live-in boyfriend, Curtis Bailey, who has a generous life insurance policy, is worth more dead than alive, and enlists her son, Jacob, and his girlfriend, Jessica Dayton, to help. They entrap Curtis with the promise of a menage a trois and beat him to death. All serve life sentences without parole. Stephanie Hudnall turns her teenage daughters against their father, Bill, claiming he is to blame for the hardships they have suffered. At Stephanie's urging, her year-old daughter, Gwen, hacks her father to death with a pickax, so her mother can collect on Bill's Social Security.
Both mother and daughter serve year sentences for second-degree murder. Christie Scott lacks the patience and love to deal with her autistic son, Mason. In August , she gives Mason an overdose of cough syrup, then sets her house on fire and lets her son die of smoke inhalation, planning to collect on his life insurance. She receives a death sentence.
Australian Sneza Suteski has a habit of stealing money from her employers and blowing it at casinos. She is sentenced to 24 years in prison. In , Donna Kay Trapani is a home health care nurse who falls in love with a married man named George Fulton. After a brief fling, George breaks off with Donna and returns to his wife, but his scorned ex-mistress decides to have his wife, Martha "Gail" Fulton, gunned down.
Donna is now serving a life sentence without parole.
Clara Jane Schwartz is a Virginia teenager embraced in the goth lifestyle, who prefers fantasy and the occult to the real world. Using a role playing game she created, she manipulates her friends into killing her father, a renowned biologist. She is serving 48 years in prison.
In California, Katie Cook' s husband, Tom, is a shameless womanizer with a taste for teenage girls, which reflects poorly on Katie's virtue. When Tom begins an affair with a servant girl, Katie has had enough and shoots Tom in the head while he sleeps. She is acquitted of the murder because of Tom's reputation, but questions about her motives still persist. When Pauline Rogers' s husband, Luther, falls mysteriously ill in , she plays the role of the devoted wife, but Luther learns that Pauline has poisoned his favorite strawberry ice cream with pesticide containing arsenic.
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Luther survives, but police discover that Pauline also used arsenic to murder her previous husband, and she receives two year sentences. Linda Carty has a history of faking pregnancies, which has led her boyfriend to leave her. In May , to get her boyfriend back, Linda hatches a plan to steal neighbor Joana Rodriguez's baby and murder Joana, enlisting three henchmen to help with the promise of drugs.
She is quickly caught and sentenced to death.
Carty maintains her innocence. Margie "Maggie" Hamilton grew up in a family of career criminals, even aiding Bonnie and Clyde in a shootout as a teenager. Years later, Maggie herself is in trouble with the law for the murders of two husbands.
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Unbelievably, she only serves six months in jail for her second husband's death and lives the rest of her life as a free woman, despite committing another attempted murder soon after her release. Doris Ann Carlson is an Arizona woman living with her mother-in-law, Lynne Carlson, who has multiple sclerosis. While Doris is supposed to be caring for Lynne, she and her husband David instead use Lynne for her money. When the money runs out, Doris hires two young men to stab her mother-in-law to death, but Lynne doesn't die from her injuries for six months.
Doris is sentenced to death for plotting the murder, but it is reduced to life without parole. Amber Merrie Bray is an intelligent and ambitious high school senior who falls for an older, high school dropout named Jeff Ayers. The unlikely couple begins planning out their future together, and it doesn't involve Amber's mother, Dixie, or younger sister, Amy.
Amber persuades her boyfriend Jeff to stab Dixie to death. The pair also plotted to kill Amy, but a neighbor's call saves her life. Amber and Jeff are serving life in prison without parole. However, Toni becomes jealous when Kody shows attention to his childhood friend, 16 year-old Micaela Costanzo. One day after track practice, Toni and Kody kidnap Micaela and bring her to the desert where they beat her to death.
Toni Fratto receives life in prison with the possibility of parole after 18 years. Kody Patton gets life in prison without parole. Sharon Carr was a young British girl with a troubled childhood, but that chaos turns to violence one night in June At age 12, Sharon lures in year-old Katie Rackliff and stabs her to death. She gets away with the crime until she is imprisoned for stabbing another girl two years later, and she confesses to Katie's murder.
Sharon was sentenced to life, becoming the youngest female murderer sentenced in the United Kingdom. Michelle Gable is a Montana woman with environmental sensitivities, who makes life difficult for her husband Joe. When Michelle goes to Maryland for her mother's funeral in and doesn't return, Joe takes up with a new woman, Sunday Bennett. Two years later, Michelle suddenly returns to Montana and discovers her husband's new lover. Jealous and enraged, Michelle shoots Joe and Sunday. Michelle is convicted of both murders and is sentenced to years in prison.necongeco.gq
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Gable will be eligible for parole at age In , 19 year-old Ruth Snyder meets her 32 year-old husband Albert after dialing a wrong telephone number. Years into their marriage, Ruth is bored, and during a night on the town, she meets a new lover, Judd Gray, and the pair wants to start a new life together.
Ruth researches a life insurance policy and she and Judd plot Albert's murder.
The pair is caught for orchestrating the murder, and in they are both executed in the electric chair. In Vancouver, British Columbia in , Jean Ann James is devastated when she learns that her husband is having an affair with her best friend, Gladys Wakabayashi.
She cunningly lures Gladys into a trap, then stabs her repeatedly and slashes her throat.