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Contact Admin. Deadly Women is an American television series that first aired in on the Discovery Channel , focusing on female killers. It was originally a mini-series consisting of three episodes: After a three-year hiatus, the show resumed production in and began airing on the Investigation Discovery channel as a regularly scheduled series.
The series is produced in Australia by Beyond International. Each of the three original episodes covered the cases of various groups of women who were united by the central theme of the episode. These three episodes of the show were narrated by Marsha Crenshaw. Deadly Women resumed production of Season 2 in , with slight changes. There is a new narrator, Lynnanne Zager, and each episode now features three cases instead of four.
Sylvia Seegrist — Driven by a rage from untreated schizophrenia, Sylvia Seegrist opened fire on innocent shoppers in a Philadelphia -area mall in She has three consecutive life sentences. Two months later, at age 11, Bell murdered 3-year-old Brian Howe with her friend Norma Bell no relation. Norma was acquitted, but Mary was convicted and sentenced to life in prison; however, she was released in at age Holly resents her grandparents and their strict rules, and with the help of Sandra, the two teens decide to murder the elderly couple by stabbing them to death in Both girls are sentenced to life in prison.
Upon allowing the girls into her home, Ruth Pelke is brutally stabbed to death by Paula Cooper, in Paula was sentenced to death, later commuted to 60 years behind bars. There, Eva bludgeoned him with a mallet and Martha ran over him with a car.
Coo and Clift's motive for murder was simply to collect the life insurance that had been purchased on Wright. Clift's confession saved her from the death penalty and she received 13 years in prison. Coo was executed by the electric chair in June Beard maintained her innocence and will be eligible for parole on April 1, at the age of Sarah Makin — In Australia during the 19th century, Sarah and her husband John murdered innocent infants while collecting money from the children's mothers, relocating often to avoid detection.