Daisy De Melker , the husband killer, female serial killer

Daisy De Melker , Daisy Louisa C. De Melker (1 June 1886 to 30 December 1932), (born Hancorn-Smith) known as Daisy de Melker, was a nurse. She poisoned two husbands with strychnine to reach their life and poisoned her only son with arsenic for reasons still unclear. She is the second woman to have been hanged in South Africa.

Daisy De Melker childhood




Born Daisy de Melker, Daisy Smith Hancorn seven Springs near Grahamstovn, South Africa, in a family of twelve children. At twelve, I went to Bulawayo, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), to live with her father and two brothers. After three years, he became a "good seminar Nada" Salon in Cape Town. He returned to Rhodesia in 1903, you do not need to find rural life interesting, and returned to South Africa, after less than two years, and to work in a nursing home in Berea in Durban.
During one of his stay in Rhodesia, she fell in love with a young official in the administration of local affairs in Broken Hill, Bert Fuller. Their wedding is scheduled in October 1907, he was prevented by death Fuller, with Daisy next to him on the day of their wedding. Complete left 100 pounds his fiancee.
In March 1909, after nearly eighteen months, and the death of Bert Fuller, who is married to Daisy Guillaume COVL, plumber, Johannesburg. It was 23, he 36, and the couple had five children, four of them Died: first, twins, died in detinjstvu.Treći was killed in the explosion of a liver abscess. Fourth, the presence of cramps, has died at the age of 15 months. Another, the only survivor, 1Sesil Rodes was born in June 1911

First murder: William Cowle, her first husband

Daisy De Melker, on the morning of January 11, 1923, William Cowle sick shortly after taking Epsom salts prepared by his wife. The first physician to treat a serious disease and is not considered a mixture of prescribed bromide. Cowle condition deteriorated rapidly. His wife asked him for help to neighbors and called another doctor who found Cowle in agony, salivation, cyanosis and screaming in pain at the slightest touch. He died shortly after.
Given these symptoms, the second doctor suspected strychnine poisoning and refused to sign the death certificate. An autopsy by the temporal surgeon, later performed in the area, Dr. Fergus who diagnosed chronic nephritis and bleeding cérébralecomme causes of death. Daisy Cowle, sole heir of her husband inherited £ 1,795.

Second murder: Robert Sproat, her second husband

Daisy De Melker, At thirty-six years old, three years after the death of her first husband, Daisy married another plumber Cowle, Robert Sproat, 10 years older than her. In October 1927, Robert Sproat became seriously ill and suffered from similar to those experienced by William Cowle severe muscle spasms, but healed. A few weeks later, he was dragged by a second attack after drinking beer with his wife and stepson, Rhodes. He died on November 6, 1927 Dr. Mallinick, the coroner said the cause of death was arteriosclerosis and cerebral hemorrhage. No autopsy was performed. After the death of Robert Sproat, his widow inherited over 4,000 pounds and reached 560 pounds of your pension fund.

Rhodes Cecil Cowle third kill his son

Daisy De Melker, January 21, 1931, Daisy Sproat married for the third time a widower, Sydney Clarence De Melker, who, like her two previous husbands, was a plumber.
In February 1932, Daisy De Melker traveled from Germiston to Turffontein pharmacist arsenic. She used her old name, Sproat, and said he wanted the poison to kill a sick cat. Less than a week later, Wednesday, March 2, 1932, Rhodes became ill at work after drinking coffee from a thermos cooked by his mother. Another worker, James Webster, also fell ill; drank a little coffee, recovered in a few days. Rhodes died at his home at noon the following Saturday, March 5, 1932 An autopsy was performed and the cause of death listed as cerebral malaria. Rhodes was buried in Brixton the following day.
On April 1, De Melker reached 100 pounds policy of life insurance Rhodes.

The reasons for the murder of his son

At his death, Rhodes Cowle had 20 comments were contradictory personality of the victim, but no shed light on the reason for the Melker Daisy to murder his son. For her first two husbands, the pattern seemed clear benefit.
It is speculated that Margaret had no money to pay the estate of his son, who was 21 years back. Another theory was his disappointment with his son, who did not return his affection.
Daisy De Melker
Arrest, trial and execution

At that time, William Sproat, the brother of the second husband of Daisy de Melker expressed their suspicions to authorities. April 15, 1932, the police obtained a court order that allowed him to exhume the bodies of Rhodes Cowle, Robert Sproat and William Cowle. The first body was unearthed Rhodes Cowle. The exceptional state of preservation of the body was characteristic of the presence of arsenic in large quantities. Isolated government forensic traces of arsenic in the viscera, bone and hair. Traces of strychnine were found in the bodies of the vertebrae William Cowle and Robert Sproat. His bones showed pink discoloration, suggesting ingestion of strychnine rose as common.
Traces of arsenic in hair and nails of James Webster, the surviving co-Rhodes were also found.
A week later, De Melker was arrested by police for the murder of three men. The public interest in the case grew Melker, relayed by the press. Pharmaceutical Turffontein, provider of arsenic, De Melker recognized from a photo in a newspaper and identified as Mrs. DL Sproat, who signed the record of poisons.
De Melker trial lasted 30 days. Sixty witnesses were called by the Crown and thirty-defense. The Crown has used the services of Dr. JM Watt, an expert in toxicology and pharmacology professor at the University of Witwatersrand. Before rendering his verdict, the judge Cowle and Sproat intoxication could not be proven conclusively said. For the third murder, however, he had reached "the inescapable conclusion" that Melker had murdered her son, for the following reasons:
Rhodes Cowle died of arsenic poisoning.
The bottle arsenic traces coffee.
The defendant had put arsenic in the bottle.
The theory of suicide was unthinkable.
Daisy De Melker, 46, was sentenced to death by hanging. The sentence was exécutése morning December 30, 1932 in Pretoria Central Prison.
Daisy De Melker
Daisy De Melker in popular culture

Melker has become an icon of South Africa and a popular myth. If the door is opened by the wind said "it was the ghost of Daisy de Melker." If a child's hair was tousled and wild, said "you look like Daisy de Melker."
There are rumors that the spirit of De Melker chases center aujour'hui reinstatement of Ward 7 Transvaal Children Hospital in Florence, Braamfontein. There he worked as a nurse and acquired his knowledge of poisons. The 1993 TV miniseries was dedicated to him, Susan Coetzer in the lead role. In September 2005, Robert Coleman starred in a musical "Daisy gifted" as "Daisy". He was introduced to the women's prison at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, where Melker was imprisoned before his execution. This show has tried to turn the stern face Melker operatic femme fatale killer husband.

Dorothea Puente worst female serial killer

Dorothea Puente , Suspected of fifteen murders, the woman was charged with murder nine people between 1987 and 1988, most of the victims were poor people with mental problems or sent to him by the welfare office.

Children and Youth




Dorothea Puente was born Jan. 9, 1929.
After the death of his alcoholic parents, Puente spent the rest of his childhood in an orphanage.
Between 1946 and 1976 she was married 4 times. These four marriages were all failures. She became pregnant but did adopt her child.
Dorothea Puente made twice a stay of 90 days in jail (for prostitution and vagrancy). She regularly makes small illegal jobs.

disappearance

It was in 1968 that Dorothea Puente became the owner of the big house on 2100F Street, and she begins to harbor unhappy.

Some time later, a "Chief", resident who helped her do work around his house, disappears.

In 1976, Dorothea Puente began to frequent bars looking for older, wealthy men. She forged their signatures, and thus able to take their money.
She is arrested for having defrauded 34 bank accounts, but then it was still released on probation.

In 1982, Ruth Monroe (61) in Puente resident recently died from an overdose of codeine and Thylenol. Puente explained to investigators that she was depressed and committed suicide.
Although happy with this version, they come back a little later, after learning that Puente drugged men she met in bars for stealing.

On August 18, 1982, Dorothea Puente was sentenced to five years' imprisonment for three acts of theft.
It was during this time in prison it will begin with a match Everson Gillmouth.

On his release from prison in September 1985, both actually meet and make plans to marry soon. Everson opens an account in both their names.

Life goes on and in November 1985, Puente hired a handyman who will perform a series of odd jobs in board. His latest work is to build a box 6 feet long, 3 wide and 2 deep, and carry it, when completed, in a repository.
Along the way, Puente, who decided at the last minute to accompany him, changes his mind and makes him throw the can in a river in Sutter County.

New Year 1986: The box was found by two fishermen. The police immediately prevented, and the open box. The body of Everson Gillmouth is discovered no traces of violence. Have not found a track, investigators remain there.
Other residents then disappear:

- August 19, 1986: Betty Palmer (77) disappears.
- February 1987: it was the turn of Leona Carpenter (78) disappear.
- July 1987: James Gallop disappears.
- October 1987: Vera Martin (62) no longer signs of life.
- In February 1988 Bert Montoya is invited to the pension.
Puente succeeded soon after to convince Social Security to transfer money from Montoya on his own account. Montoya then disappears.
Puente explain to anyone who will listen that he has gone to visit his family in Mexico.

Suspicion and Survey

During the same year, following complaints against Puente for illegal activities with money, an inspector of the department of social services is investigating the pension. He will conclude with unfounded complaints, despite the history of Puente.

On November 7, 1988: Judy Moise alerted the police about the missing persons of the pension. In fact, she does not believe any version Puente about the disappearance of Montoya.
During the visit of the police, a resident discreetly gives a message to one of the officers, message in which he explains that Puente was ordered to lie to them.

On 11 November 1988, the police returned to the board with a mandate and start digging in the garden.

7 bodies were dug up in the following days, including Bert Montoya and Betty Palmer.
When analyzing the body, and large concentrations of Flurazepam Dalmane were found. Police also found dozens of prescriptions for these drugs in the personal papers of Puente.

According to police, Puente had cashed about 60 checks payable to the deceased - after death.

While the police was investigating the garden Puente, it has managed to escape quietly.

Interception and Minutes

Between 11 and 14 November 1988, Puente remained missing, despite searches by the police and the FBI.
During this time, she stayed in a hotel in Los Angeles under the name Dorothea Johanson.

Dorothea Puente met of a certain Charles Willgues in a bar near the hotel and introduced herself to him as Donna Johanson.
As and when the conversation that revolved primarily around the financial situation Willgues, it was a bad feeling, and after returning home, he remembered the woman wanted for several murders in Sacramento (shown television).

After confirming that this was the same woman, Willgues contacted police and led her to the hotel Puente. There he was asked Puente to present an identity document. She then showed his driver's license, on which was written her maiden name: Dorothea Montalvo domiciled 1426F Sacramento.

Dorothea Puente was locked in the prison of Sacramento.

- On 19 June 1990, the judge decides that Puente will be judged for the heads of nine charges of murder.
- The trial begins Feb. 9, 1993.
- August 26, after an unsuccessful trial, the jury was able to reach a verdict Puente is convicted of 2nd degree murder of Leona Carpenter and first degree murder of Dorothy Miller and Ben Fink.
- The judge declared a miscarriage of justice for the six other counts.
- On December 11, 1993, Puente was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Version Dorothea Puente

Dorothea Puente acknowledges having cashed the checks but denied killing anyone. According to her, people found her home died naturally, and she buried them because she was afraid of being held responsible.

Judy Buenoano female serial killer

Judy Buenoano , Judias Welty born in Quanah, Texas, April 4, 1943; farmer's daughter, Judy said that she had willingly Apache blood by her mother, also named Judias and died of tuberculosis in 1947, the death of his mother was also to explode the family: Judy and her brother Robert went to live with their grandparents, while two other children were adopted.


Judy Buenoano ,When his father remarried, he moved with Judy and Robert Roswell, New Mexico. His childhood was painful, and if his statements, as Judy constantly molested by her father and stepmother regularly beaten and forced to work without eating like a slave you thought. Without doubt it was true, because Judy was sentenced to two months in prison for injuring her parents and two children by his stepmother. Self-defense? Still, until she was Lax, Judy decided to go to a school like house of correction rather than return to his family. She landed Foothills High School in Albuquerque where she came out, diploma in hand, in 1959, at the age of 16.

Judy Buenoano ,In 1960, she landed her first job in Roswell as nurse assistant and became listed under the name of Anna Schultz.
In 1961, she gave birth to an illegitimate child she named Michael Schultz, but always refused to confirm rumors that the father was a pilot of the American Air Force base which was a few kilometers.



Judy Buenoano married 21 January 1962 with a sergeant in the Air Force, James Goodyear, who adopted Michael. Coincidence? In Spanish, "Buenoano" means "Goodyear" in English ... Their first child, James junior was born January 16, 1966; a daughter, Kimberley, had to follow the next year, and the family then moved to Orlando, Florida.
In 1968, Judy Orlando opened a care center for children, the Conway Acres Child Care Center, funded entirely by her husband, who then left for Vietnam where he was to return, suffering from mysterious symptoms and was admitted to the hospital of my United States Navy where he died on September 15 1971 Judy pocketed three Assuranves life he had contracted. New misfortune at the end of the year, his house caught fire and Judy received a check for 90,000 dollars from the insurance company.

Judy then met Bobby Joe Morris and moved with him to Pensacola, where she had to admit his son Michael, turbulent and very average intelligence with a foster family. When Bobby Morris moved to Trinidad, Colorado, in 1977, she took Michael and followed him. Just before leaving, another fire enabled him to obtain a new check. Bobby fell ill shortly after moving to Trinidad, was hospitalized Jan. 4, 1978 without that doctors can make a diagnosis. Two days after his return home, Bobby fell into a sort of coma, was brought to the hospital but died on January 21 without one has understood the causes of his illness. Once again, Judy found himself the beneficiary of her life insurance ...

Judy Buenoano ,The family of Bobby Joe Morris did not believe the unknown illness but believe he had been murdered and was certainly not the first .. In 1974, Judy and Bobby had made ​​the trip to the birthplace of Bobby , Brewton, Alabama. Strangely, during this stay, the body of a man from Florida was found in a motel with his throat cut and bullet-riddled body. It is said that the mother of Bobby Joe heard Judy say, "That son of a bitch .. should never have set foot here He knew that if he came, he was a dead man.". Bobby Joe confessed to have played a role in the murder on his deathbed, but without fingerprints, no bullet casings, local police closed the case.

May 3, 1978, Judy became again Buenoano and changed the name of his children before to return to Pensacola. Michael who missed his studies, joined the army in Georgia the following year. Strangely, he showed quickly symptoms of arsenic poisoning have already reached its upper and lower limbs. We sailed her legs with metal ankle, then he was sent back to his mother's reformed. On May 13, 1980, Judy had the idea to go canoeing on the East River with Michael and James Small. When the canoe capsized, Judy and James managed to recover and get back on board, but Michael, paralyzed and prisoner of his heavy metal prostheses sank and drowned.
If the police are not questioned the version of events told by Judy, investigators army bent on the case. Judy received a $ 20 life insurance 000 taken by Michael to the army, but several detectives sergeants began to feed serious doubts about this "accident" when they discovered two other insurance policies taken on the life of Michael. Experts leaned on the documents and could not say with certainty whether the signature was Michael's hand or was imitated ..

Hardly aware of suspicions against her now, Judy opened a beauty salon in Gulf Breeze. She then met a resident of Pensacola, John Gentry II which she told be several degrees and have worked as a nurse trained in Florida. In 1982, she managed to convince him to take several life insurance for the benefit of one or the other. She increased secretly 500,000 dollars insurance taken on the life of John for some time that showed signs of weakness nausea, dizziness. Judy advised her vitamins, but the result was worse. "Well, double the dose," was the response of his companion.

June 25, 1983, Judy told John she was pregnant. "I run and get the champagne," replied the latter, but as soon as he started the engine, the car exploded and he was seriously wounded. Four days later, he felt well enough to answer police questions, and answers them launched into the past of Judy. Nothing stuck between what he had told them and reality: Judy had no serious degree, no medical qualification. In addition, she was not pregnant and had bought a ticket for a cruise alone with her children. She also told about her that John was dying of an incurable disease, and when the police laid hands on the famous vitamins for analysis, they found .. arsenic.

But there was more to indict Judy crime.Une dig deeper allowed his apartment to find wire and exactly similar to what was found in the car of John scotch. The police finally found who was the supplier of the dynamite and could connect to Judy thanks to his phone records.

Judy was arrested and let out on bail for attempted murder against John Gentry. On January 11, 1984, she was arrested again and charged with murder in connection with the death of his son Michael.
In February, they proceeded to the exhumation of the body of Bobby Joe Morris and the coroner found traces of arsenic in the body. Police finally making the connection between Goodyear and Buenoano asked the exhumation of the body of James Goodyear. Arsenic, yet.


Judy was judged in several stages, each of the crimes charged. On June 6, 1984, she was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole for the first twenty-five years to the murder of Michael. Curiously, she was acquitted of charges of attempted murder, but was convicted of the murder of her first husband James Goodyear. After a deliberation of 10 hours and a half, the jury sentenced him to death on November 26 1985 Since Judy had been sentenced to death in Florida, Colorado prosecutors decided to close the case of the murder of Bobby Joe Morris . It was thought that Judy Buenoano affected some 240,000 dollars in insurance premiums after the death of James Goodyear, his son Michael and Bobby Joe Morris.

Nicknamed "the Black Widow" by the Attorney Russell Edgar, Judy had to spend thirteen years at the Broward Correctional Center in Pembrokes Pines. Three stops executions were nearly send the electric chair, but each time, a reprieve came to block the execution. While crocheting blankets or clothing for children, Judy immersed himself in the Bible. She found the way of atonement. His deep conversion did not attract crowds like those of Karla Faye Tucker, several companions of Death Row testified to his strength and sincerity.

When his last appeal was rejected, Judy was transferrée in Starke Prison, where all executions take place. She spent her last hours with her daughter Kimberley, his son James and a cousin, Joan Eaton testified that the state of mind of the condemned.. "She has no fear, Jeanne said she found the Faith death worries unless the fate of his children and grandchildren. "
On Monday, March 30, 1998, Judy, first woman to be electrocuted in Florida was taken to the electric chair, apparently unceremoniously because if we are to believe the witnesses, nothing to attach it to the chair, the tragically famous "Old Sparky ", the guards would have broken him several ribs. And all agree that his death was a "long and horrible" ordeal.


The last woman executed (hanged) before Florida Judy's name was Celia, a person convicted of murdering his slave master. That was in 1848.

Helene Jegado Breton Brinvilliers , the French poisoner

Helene jegado Breton Brinvilliers ,she was a sweet kid, a lovely girl, a caring and devoted wife. She crossed Brittany from side to side, killing with determination all those who crossed his path: men, women, elderly, children and even infants.
Do you know the story of Jégado?
In the early 19th century, Helen Jégado poisoned dozens of people in Britain. Today she is the heroine of the new novel by Jean Teulé, "Fleur de Tonnerre."
Helen Jegado was executed on the Champ de Mars in Rennes February 26, 1852, convicted of poisoning. His criminal career lasted 18 years throughout the UK.


She was born in 1803 in Plouhinec in Morbihan in a rather bourgeois but fallen family. His childhood, she bathes in the Breton legends and stories of Ankou that would have a major impact on her. At 8, she poisons her mother with belladonna. She leaves her family to be placed in as good a rectory and stove. She continues her series of crime with rat poison she put in soups with herbs, cakes but the legend says it was more likely soups. It thus kills his sisters, his aunts, his father, but also priests, good priests or members of their entourage and children. It is not unmasked because at the time we put the dead on behalf of the cholera is ravaging France.

Each murder or series of murders, she left the scene and so travels all Morbihan and Côtes d'Armor little spreading death behind her. Jean Teulé explqiue in his book it would have been so afraid of the little death that she would have chosen to become its own death as it kills without reason, without moving and seemingly without remorse. She arrived in Rennes in 1848 or 1850 and stands as a maid at the Hotel side of the world, place Saint-Michel where it poisons a servant and two vagrants. She then placed as a cook at the Noe Theophilus Bidart, a lawyer and expert in criminology, who became mayor of Rennes in 1870 in her house, she kills two other maids, which will put the chip has the ear of the lawyer. He kept the vomit of one of the maids and the sample analyzed and thus he discovers the truth. The bodies of two other servants killed in Rennes are exhumed. Autopsies confirm poisoning. The investigation has revealed that time 37 crimes which 25 resulted in death. She also continued for flights because it concealed objects in each of his victims as a kind of lucky charm. But surely Jégado killed nearly 60 people. It is judged from 6 to 13 December 1851 and sentenced to death. She appealed, but his appeal was dismissed as his mercy petition to Louis Napoleon Bonaparte.
She was guillotined in the Place du Champ de Mars in Rennes February 26, 1852 before a huge crowd. His body was autopsied a medical school but the lawyers did not find anything abnormal especially the famous crime boss who was sought has the time as proof!
At the Museum of Brittany, is kept on reserve his death mask and songs on loose sheets. Objects that testify to his legend. Helen Jégado is the largest serial killeuse ever known.
Jean Teulé lui consacre son dernier roman, Fleur de Tonnerre. On trouve toujours aujourd'hui le gâteau d'Hélène Jégado avec de l'angélique confite, du rhum et des amandes qui servaient a masquer le goût de l'arsenic chez le chocolatier Durand à Rennes. 

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