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Sylvia Seegrist – Driven by a rage from untreated schizophrenia, Sylvia Seegrist opened fire on innocent shoppers in a Philadelphia-area mall in 1985. In 1997, in Sherwood, Arkansas, Christina Marie Riggs smothered her own children in 1997 and attempted suicide afterwards. She was found guilty of second degree murder and was sentenced to 65 years in prison, but died in prison during her sentence.
Between 19, in Windsor, Connecticut, nursing home proprietor Amy Archer-Gilligan purchased life insurance policies on her elderly residents before poisoning them with arsenic.
In Cordele, Georgia, in the 1960s, Janie Lou Gibbs poisoned her three sons, her grandson, and her husband for the purpose of collecting life insurance.
Beverley Allitt – In 1991, the British nurse murdered four children and injured five others by injecting them with insulin or potassium, causing cardiac arrest. Stella Maudine Nickell – In 1986, the Seattle-based nurse poisoned her husband and an innocent shopper by planting cyanide-laced pain-relief capsules on drug store shelves in a intricate plan to cash in her husband's life insurance policies. Kathleen Folbigg – On a killing spree that lasted from 1989 until 1999, the Australian serial killer murdered four of her children by suffocating them. Aileen Carol Wuornos – The famed Monster serial killer shot and killed seven men in Florida between 19. Dorothea Puente ran a boarding home and preyed on her guests in Sacramento during the 1980s.
In Romania during the 1920s and 1930s, Vera Renczi poisoned her husbands, lovers, and her son with arsenic before placing their bodies in zinc-lined coffins in her wine cellar.Blanche Taylor Moore used arsenic poisoning to kill people close to her for over 20 years.She repeatedly poisoned her boyfriend, Raymond Reid. In 1955, Bar bar hostess Ruth Ellis shot her boyfriend, David Blakey, to death after he punched her in the stomach and caused her to miscarry.In the early 1900s, on a small farm in La Porte, Indiana, Norwegian immigrant Belle Gunness used strychnine to poison her boyfriends before feeding their remains to the hogs.Gunness's motive was to collect life insurance, cash and other valuables from her victims.