I hope you donít mind me posting this.
I wanted to let you all know about a show that you might be interested in called Wicked Women, which is currently showing on Sundays at 9pm on the Crime & Investigation Network.
In these fascinating shows the worst female murderers and the motives that drive them to kill will be examined in finite detail. What causes these seemingly ordinary women who lead everyday lives to be pushed over the edge?
This week we are looking at the bizarre life of Sandra Bridewell, a beautiful and wealthy socialite who became known as the 'Black Widow' when three of her husbands ended up dead.
As I said, itís this Sunday at 9pm and it would be great to hear your feedback...
For more information head to over to the official CI Facebook page here Ė http://www.facebook.com/crimeinvestigationuk
06-18-2010 03:41 AM #1Member
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Wicked Women on Crime & Investigation Network
06-18-2010 01:02 PM #2
Thanks for the info TeaFa - I'll have to check it out.
06-18-2010 06:49 PM #3
I just watched a show like this.It was a countdown and the number one worst on that show was our Casey Anthony. now I find this shocking saraIMO
RIP Tara and Caylee
06-19-2010 11:58 PM #4Member
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They did not have Elizabeth Bathory, Gertrude Baniszewski, Myra Hindley, Rosemary West, or Diane Downs and they are really evil.
I also saw a countdown show with mass murderers. Seung-Hui Cho was the worst. He killed 32 people at Virginia Tech. Cho even beat Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold and they are synonymous with mass murder.
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10-26-2010 04:01 AM #5
I think I saw a show from this series last night -- it was on the general Discovery channel, the only one we get, and occasionally they throw a crumb from Investigations our way.
It featured that woman -- I don't remember her name who smothered all her babies and passed the deaths off as SIDS, Susan Smith and Andrea Yates.
But the most guilty party, IMHO was the doctor who managed to convince so many, including major medical journals and funding organizations that the first woman and her babies was proof that SIDS was hereditary.
That opened a "license to kill" for certain mothers and slowed down real SIDS research for a generation."Now that she has been acquitted for murder and cannot be tried again, she should tell us in the interest of science how she did it!" ---Sir James Paget, St. Bartholomew's Hospital on the aquittal of Adelaide Bartlett for killing her husband with chloroform in 1886
"Beauty fades, stupid is forever" --Judge Judy Schendlin