Chapter 1 - Jane Dorotik: Was it just money that motivated Jane to beat her husband to death at their California ranch?
Chapter 2 - Cheryl McCafferty: It seemed that the McCafferty family was living the American Dream but that was just an illusion – an illusion that was shattered by gunshots in Fort Thomas, Kentucky in 2007.
Chapter 3 - Sandra Jessee: Sandra had a problem. She didn’t want to pay for her husband Jack’s cancer treatments. She knew just how to take care of that problem.
Chapter 4 - Cherrylle Dell: Cherrylle thought she had got away with murdering one partner in 1995 so she tried it again in 1997 in Killaloe, Ontario, Canada.
Chapter 5 - Laura Rogers: When you read about the motive, ask yourself what you would have done. This story played out in Laurel, Maryland in 2004.
Chapter 6 – Tonya Ford: During a 911 call, Tonya said that she had come home to find her husband David lying in a pool of blood. A year and a half later, Tonya was arrested for murder.
Chapter 7 - Christine Billis: For two years, it looked like Christine Billis had got away with murder. Then she signed up with a dating site.
Chapter 8 – Joanna McElrath: Robert McElrath was a Susanville, California police officer when he was gunned down with his own service revolver on New Year’s Day 2011. His wife was the prime suspect and she had a little help.
Chapter 9 - Lisa Donlon: Lisa was a victim of domestic abuse who shot her husband to death in Butte, Alaska in 2010. Was it self-defence or cold-blooded murder?
Chapter 10 – Joy Hodge: A 16-month-old baby girl dies when her mom leaves her home alone. Her timeline is disputed by the autopsy results.
Chapter 11 – Amber Hill: Amber Hill drowned her two young daughters in their Cleveland, Ohio home in 2007.
Chapter 12 – Eleazar Mendez: What drove Eleazar Mendez to smother her five-year-old twins and their eight-year-old brother in De Queen, Arkansas in 2007?
Chapter 13 – Therressa Ritchie: Little Samantha Ritchie was just four years old when she walked downstairs and saw something she wasn’t supposed to see. She paid for it with her life.
Chapter 14 – Renee King: We may never know why Renee King committed unspeakable acts of abuse on her two-year-old stepdaughter.
Chapter 15 – Debra Jeter: A broken marriage, a protection order, a pending divorce and custody fight. It was a recipe for disaster and that is exactly what the result was.
Chapter 16 – Deborah Fornuto: Six healthy babies all die at the age of two or younger. The deaths are put down to SIDS. One family member fights to set the record straight.
Chapter 17 – Judy Buenoano: Judy murdered her husband, son, and boyfriend. It wasn’t until she changed her modus operandi that she got caught.
Chapter 18 - Lyda Southard aka Lyda Trueblood: Lyda is thought to be one of the earliest female serial killers in the United States.
|Title||:||Hell Hath No Fury 12|
The evil that women doHere are more stories of murdering women who do not hold life sacred, not even the lives of their own children. Women who do not shoot their husbands in a fit of passion, but who...
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