Bernadette Protti

Bernadette Protti's home life was just fine, by all accounts. She was born into a devout catholic family, the youngest of six children. Her father Raymond was a retired public works officer, who taught Christianity in his spare time. Mother Elaine was a homemaker, who read her bible with a stop watch. But just fine wasn't good enough for Bernadette. Continue Reading [...]

Louise Peete

Louise was born into a relatively wealthy Louisiana family. She grew up with her hand out, likely never hearing the word ‘no’. It would not be a stretch to find a link between her indulgent upbringing and the subsequent lengths she went to in her effort to maintain a particular standard of living. Continue Reading [...]

Millie Weeks

Judging from the money she made from all her marriages, Millie was a very merry widow indeed. Continue Reading [...]

Winnie Judd

Winnie McKinnell thought that when she got married to Dr William Judd, it would lead to an exciting life. Continue Reading [...]

Martha Rendell

To all intents and purposes, Martha Rendell might well have met her end on the gallows for the heinous crime of ‘being a step-mother’. Continue Reading [...]

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