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The True Story of Kathleen Folbigg
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Kathleen Folbigg was a serial child killer who murdered her three infant children and was convicted for the manslaughter of a fourth. Her killings would take place over the course of an eight-year period during which she was never suspected. She would only be discovered after her husband discovered her personal diary in which she detailed the motivations behind her killing spree. This is her story.
In June 1998, the residents of Wollongong, a small town on the outskirts of Sydney, Australia, were left reeling from a brutal murder. In the coming weeks, they would discover that this senseless crime was just the beginning of a twisted saga what would leave three men dead. Australia would watch as a twisted tale of madness, violence, and revenge spewed forth from the normally sleepy town. Soon, the whole country would know the Van Krevel name.
Annie Monahan was arguably the most successful "black widow" of the early twentieth century, when you factor in the time it took for authorities to finally catch up with her. She had killed three husbands and her own niece, garnering sizable payouts from life insurance companies as she acted as a beneficiary in all of the cases. She performed these acts of murder in the sleepy town of New Haven, Connecticut, dealing with police who always seem to be one step behind her.
Killer Con Woman : The True Story of Dee Dee Moore
Length: 26 mins
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Abraham Shakespeare thought he had seen it all until he was befriended by Dee Dee Moore. She promised to write an article or a book about him but soon became his friend. She saw that he was tired of being used for his money, so she offered to help. She would place his money into an LLC where she would have control over it. When he caught wind of how much Dee Dee was stealing from his account, he became enraged. He confronted Dee Dee over her theft and, she had one answer for him: two bullets to the chest....
Lisa Montgomery would meet Bobbie Joe Stinnett in an online chat room called "Ratter Chatter" under the pretext that she wanted to purchase a rat terrier puppy from her. But what she really wanted from the pregnant Bobbie Joe was her baby. Lisa would arrive at the Stinnett home and strangle the young woman unconscious before cutting out the baby from her stomach with a kitchen knife.
For over 10 years, Amber Cummings endured unspeakable abuse from her husband James. Isolated in their quiet seaside home in Maine, Amber suffered through verbal abuse, physical assaults, and marital rape. Her husband James was a foaming-at-the-mouth psychopath, a neo-Nazi who was plotting to set off a dirty bomb during Obama's Washington D.C. inauguration. It was his addiction to child pornography, however, that finally pushed Amber to the edge.
Belle Sorenson Gunness was Norwegian-American serial killer who stood six feet tall and weighed more than 200 pounds. She ended up killing most of her boyfriends and suitors. Horrifically, she also murdered two of her daughters. This is the biography of a ruthless woman whose abominable deeds earned her nicknames such as Lady Bluebeard, Hell's Belle, and the Mistress of Murder Farm. She has gone down in history as one of the most prolific serial killers of America.
Ray and Faye Copeland are often known as the oldest couple ever to be sentenced to death in the United States. At the ages of 76 and 69, the couple was sentenced to death in separate trials for the murders of five vagrant men that they had taken in, hired, forced to commit fraud, and then finally killed to keep quiet. While Ray's guilt in the crime was indisputable, Faye's role in the crimes is muddled as she was the victim of severe physical abuse at the hands of Ray.
On January 19th, 2010, 22-year-old Alexandra Tobias was playing Farmville on Facebook at home in Jacksonville, Florida, when she was interrupted by the cries of her three-month-old baby, Dylan. She tried to silence him by shaking him roughly - hitting his head in the process. The child fell unconscious, and she placed a frantic call to 911. The child would be taken to the hospital, where he would die the next day. Alexandra would be arrested for second-degree murder....
Rodney Alcala is a serial murderer that is most often referred to as the Dating Game Killer after he was a contestant on the popular game show in 1978. He was sentenced to death in California in 2010 for committing five murders in the state between 1977 and 1979. It is believed, however, that he may have over 130 victims. Alcala's charisma and murderous output have a striking similarity to that of Ted Bundy. More than one police detective has referred to him as a "killing machine".
In 1887, a woman named Amelia Phinney was recovering from surgery for a uterine ulcer at Cambridge Hospital, Boston. Suffering pain from the procedure, she asked her nurse for something to ease the discomfort. The nurse, Jane Toppan, obliged, and although the medicine she gave to Amelia tasted foul, Jane encouraged her to finish it. As she drifted in and out of consciousness, she felt someone in the bed with her, kissing her face and caressing her.