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Deadly Women, Season 10 Episode 2, is available to watch free on Investigation Discovery and stream on Investigation Discovery. You can also stream, download, buy, rent Deadly Women on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV online.


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Elizabeth Báthory was a Hungarian noblewoman in the 16th century. According to legend, Báthory murdered as many as 650 young women because she believed that bathing in their blood would preserve her youth. Báthory, who became known as the "Blood Countess", was imprisoned in 1609.

Amber Cummings, a woman from Belfast, Maine, shot her abusive, white supremacist, child-pornography-watching, Nazi-obsessed husband to save her daughter from being sexually assaulted. Afterward, the authorities discovered that her husband had been planning a terrorist attack at the inauguration of then-President-elect Barack Obama, and that Cummings might have saved not only her daughter, but also the President. Cummings did not serve time in prison.

Margaret Rudin of Las Vegas was sick of her husband wasting all of his money on alcohol, guns, and sleeping with other women and decided to shoot and dismember him before going on the run. She soon discovered that her efforts were for naught, as her husband had changed his will and completely disinherited her. Rudin was eventually caught and received a life sentence with possibility of parole after serving 20 years, and was released on January 10, 2020.

Kerry Lyn Dalton discovered that, while she was in jail, her flatmate, Irene May, had sold some of her belongings to pay for crystal meth, which both women took. Kerry, vengeful and high on meth, responded by torturing Irene to death in multiple ways, including electrocution, stabbing, and bludgeoning. Kerry was sentenced to death.

Stacey Barker is at first a devoted single mother to 18-month-old Emma, but soon she spends her nights partying while her mother Susan watches Emma. When Stacey's boyfriend tells her that he does not want to be a father to Emma, she suffocates her daughter, then tries to disguise the murder as a kidnapping/rape. Barker's sentence is 25 years to life and she will be 51 years old when released.

In Beaverton, Oregon, Korena Elaine Roberts fakes a pregnancy with twins to keep her boyfriend, and befriends Heather Snively, who is pregnant for real. But when the two women meet on June 5, 2009, for shopping, Korena beats Heather to death with a collapsible police baton and cuts the stillborn baby boy, John Stephen, out of her womb. Korena's lack of planning and inattention to detail in the murder plot is her undoing, as she is discovered and arrested very quickly. She is now serving life in prison without parole.

Tracy Lee Poirier and her lover, Tamara Marie Upton, are child abuse survivors who turned to crime and violence to cope with their pasts. After meeting a photographer in a bar, the women decided to rob him and lure him outside. The women beat him, then disposed of his unconscious body in a nearby river. Both got life without parole, and Poirier attempted to escape prison in 1998, but was later recaptured, while Tamara Upton died in prison in 2019.

Daryl Smith's former lover and BDSM sex slave, Morgan Smith, who has borderline personality disorder, is obsessed with Daryl, and follows him when he moves to Florida to be with his new girlfriend, Andrea Stranko. Daryl tries to share himself with both women, but after Morgan assaults Andrea with an axe, Daryl breaks up with Morgan for good. Morgan shoots and kills Andrea and wounds Daryl, and is sentenced to life without parole for Andrea's murder.

In Jerome, Pennsylvania, nursing home assistants Erin Nicole Everett and Tory Minnick begin a relationship, despite Erin's conservative Christian upbringing. The two women get engaged, but Tory still has feelings for her ex-boyfriend and soon breaks off the engagement to return to him. In March 2011, Erin shoots Tory twice in the head, smashes her face with a hammer, and tries to disguise the murder as a home invasion.

At the age of twelve, Juana Barraza's mother gave her away to a man who used her as a sex slave. In her forties, Barraza is a popular professional wrestler in Mexico City known as "the Silent Lady," and has a secret identity as serial killer "La Mataviejitas" (the Old Lady Killer), strangling elderly women to take vicarious revenge on her now-deceased mother. She is convicted of eleven murders and sentenced to 759 years in prison, but may have claimed as many as forty lives.

Allison Miller is a young single mother who looks after her two sons until she meets Jasper "Pig" Thomas. She falls head over heels as he moves into her house, but he doesn't share the same feelings as she does, preferring to have drugs, alcohol, avoid important responsibilities and also have affairs with other women. After getting punched in the face by an intoxicated Jasper, Allison shoots him with a .22-caliber revolver to punish him, but later regrets her action. She will be eligible for parole after serving twenty years for manslaughter.

In Nottingham, England, Dorothea Nancy Waddingham starts her own nursing home, despite lack of medical training and false credentials as a nurse, but finds caring for elderly patient Louisa Baguley and her daughter, Ada, too strenuous. Louisa and Ada die within a few months of each other in 1935, Ada after making Dorothea the sole beneficiary of her will. It is discovered that Dorothea poisoned both women with morphine, and she is sentenced to death and hanged on April 16, 1936.

Sarah Williams and Katrina "Kit" Walsh are best friends despite their twenty-year age difference, and enjoy using men for money, with Sarah having sex with them. Sarah's new lover is fifty-seven-year-old Ian Johnston, but he breaks off the fling to be with his partner Sadie Hartley. After numerous attempts to get Ian back fail, both women plan her murder for a year before acting on it in January 2016. Kit gets twenty-five to life, and Sarah thirty to life.

On the run for manufacturing meth, Lisa Jo Chamberlin and her boyfriend, Roger Gillett, are welcomed with open arms into the home of Roger's cousin, Vernon Hullett, and his girlfriend, Linda Heintzelman, in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The criminal couple soon wears out their welcome, but in March 2004, when Vernon orders them to leave, they brutally attack him and Linda, torturing them both and sexually assaulting Linda, in order to get into Vernon's safe. After murdering the couple, only to find that the safe is empty, Lisa and Roger dismember the bodies and stash them in a freezer on property belonging to Roger's family, who turn the deadly couple in to police. Lisa and Roger are sentenced to death, although Roger's sentence is later overturned to life without parole. Lisa is currently the only woman on death row in Mississippi.

Debby Foxwell is always at her neighbor Louise Lotz's throat; it goes on for many years, due to a fence being near her property. After the death of her husband Paul, who controls the rivalry between them, the two women go from verbal to physical altercations. In August 2019, an argument between the two turns violent when Debby brutally bludgeons Louise with a garden spade. She is sentenced to life with a non parole period of 21 years.

She even contacts her ex-colleague who had spread rumours about Hwa-young to ask her about the reason why she did that. She tells her that she is quite certain that there was something going on between her and director Shin and then points out at the latter has a type- that is an affection for women with cheap shoes.

They find out that both women were connected to director Shin and that both were found wearing red heels at the time of their death. Shocked by this information, In-joo wants to report this to the police but Do-il is against it as this is not what he had come here for. His preference is the 70 billion won and nothing else.

The opening to this second episode was that dramatic that I half expected the famous duff duff drum beat from Eastenders to start playing any second. My jaw nearly dropped to the floor as we were informed how in 2008 a woman was convicted of murdering her own daughter by the testimony of her seven year old son. This second installment was interesting, intriguing and Piers yet again was impressively impartial throughout. Even though the first programme had a stronger emotional impact on me, this second one nevertheless was definitely a worthwhile watch.

The second murder case Piers looked at was that of Jimmy Joste. In Texas 2006 former beauty queen Rhonda Glover was convicted of his murder, her lover at the time. Dramatic tension was then amplified by us being informed how women are three times more likely as men to kill someone they love. As with the first case both sides were presented to us. We heard Rhonda profess that she had acted in self defence, contrasting with people from law enforcement who saw her as a cold calculated murderer.

The search for the killer of two young beautiful women continues under the ever-present fear that there will be more victims. Max and Oskar doggedly pursue scant clues and the world of the fashion house perplexes them.

On his way to handing himself in to the prosecution, Director Shin, much like others before him, loses control of his vehicle, spotting a single blue orchid inside his car prior to the tragic ending of his life. Stunned, In-joo watches over the car park ledge as the episode ends.

They save Jack and wrangle the sheepherders, including their leader, Banner (Jerome Flynn). Jacob pistol-whips him, then orders his men to gather the sheep and deliver them to the local reservation as a gift. On top of stripping Banner of his livelihood, he places him in a deadly predicament. More specifically, he puts nooses around the necks of Banner and his men, tethers the ropes to a tree, and leaves them atop their anxious horses. As Jacob and his crew ride off, the fate of Banner and his boys is left to the horses. 041b061a72


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