She was sentenced to death by lethal injection on October 9th, 2002 (“ABC news” 1). Wournos also said that she did all her crimes that was said she did and there were no reason in keeping her alive (American 5). Aileen Wuornos was a corrupt human being. Aileen Wuornos was a bloodthirsty killer. Wuornos 's childhood did not give her a good path in life.
She was the daughter of the previous state governor, and had experienced the affects of alcoholism first hand. Her eldest sone, Clergymen, had been prescribed alcohol by a doctor, and eventually died in a inebriate asylum. Because of this, Eliza hated alcohol. She would go out in the streets and pray, which was a sign of radical disobedience. Now later, during the twenty there were actual bootleggers.
She shot herself with her father 's pistol in 1885. She killed herself because of the depression or dishonor she had for her divorce. In 1889, the 18th month old Thomas Whaley J.R. died. Some people have experienced a crying baby crying upstairs in the house. Visitors have reported hearing foot steps which related to the hanging of Yankee Jim.Visitors have also reported smelling perfume or smoke(worn by Anna Whaley.)
Debora Green (b. 1951) is an American physician who pleaded no contest in 1995 to killing two of her children and trying to kill her husband, Michael Farrar. Their marriage had been tumultuous, and Farrar filed for divorce in July 1995. He soon fell violently ill, but his doctors could not pinpoint the source of his illness. Green began to drink heavily, even while supervising her children.
In the short reading assigned to the class, The Hammer of the Witches one story elucidated how a midwife had killed over forty children by "sticking a needle through the crowns of their heads into their brains as they came from the womb." The Catholic Church was not as strong in these areas as opposed to other territories in Europe. Many people were executed between 200,000 to 500,000 people, these people were beheaded, hanged, drowned burned tortured to death (thumbscrews, racks, leg vices, and many other) and even burning at stake. Witches were described mainly in three different types 1. One that injures but can 't cure, 2.
Williams was removed from the Proctor house as soon as Elizabeth Proctor found out about the affair. Ever since this incident, Williams was jealous of Elizabeth. Throughout the entire play, The Crucible, Abigail tried doing anything she could to remove Elizabeth from John’s life. On page 19 Betty says, “You did, you did! You drank a charm to kill John Proctor’s wife!
He also murdered 8 year old girl Karen Ann Hill who was found under a bridge. She has been raped and murdered. Police found mud,leaves and other debris had been forced down her throat and inside her clothing. Neighbors remembered that Shawcross was the last person to be with her and that is when it got suspicious. He received a 25 year jail sentence and later his wife Penny divorced him.
The last attack was by a fellow inmate, Ian Kay, with a pen on 10 March 1997, Sutcliffe lost the vision in his left eye, and his right eye was severely damaged. With judicial decisions to the contrary, Sutcliffe will spend the rest of his life in Broadmoor Hospital. Which leads to Jack the Ripper being a possible role model for Sutcliffe, although Jack the Ripper is an unidentified serial killer known for the brutal murders of prostitutes. The murders started in 1888, discovered with their throats being cut out prior to abdominal mutilations. With the removal of the organs, it came with the proposals that the killer had surgical knowledge.
All this behavior would lead to what became known as the Salem witch trials.The Salem witch trials took place because of people practicing witchcraft and they were not witches.This resulted in the imprisonment /execution of more than 200 people. Centuries ago many Christians and those who practiced other religions believed that the Devil gave certain people known as witches power to bring harm to other people in exchange for their loyalty to him. From 1300 to the end of 1600 raged in Europe. Practicing witches were mainly women
Can you imagine being accused of a crime that you did not commit? This is exactly what happened from June 10th to September 22nd. Twenty innocent women were put to death in a small town by the name of, Salem Boston. This was called the “ Salem Witch Trials.” The Salem Witch Trials were due to a variety of things. Jealousy , lying, and attention are 3 of most important factors.
Why Do people think it 's not their problem It was in October 26, 1965, when police found Sylvia Likens, a 16-year-old foster child, beaten to death by her foster parents. When the cops found her she had over 150 wounds, ranging from cuts to burns. The foster mom, Gertrude Baniszewski, had seven children, and all of those children, and even the neighborhood children, were abusing Likens. Then, in 1966, the ensuing trial ended, and Gertrude Baniszewski got life in Indiana 's Women 's State Prison and was granted parole in 1985, she died of lung cancer in 1990. Her oldest daughter Paula,was convicted of second degree murder and she served seven years in Indiana 's state prison.
John Ramsey was finally discharged by DNA evidence in 2003, but when the case reopened in 2010, Ramsey was once again questioned as well as the rest of the remaining family. Patsy was also a suspect. One theory that people believe is that Patsy was a “stage mother”. she was very angry at JonBenet because she said she no longer wanted to compete in pageants and her mother struck her in rage. Like her husband, Patsy Ramsey was indicted for first degree murder in 1999 but was also discharged by DNA evidence in 2003.
The accused people were tortured and eventually killed. The Salem Witch Trial accusations first started with nine year old Betty Parris and her cousin, eleven year old Abigail Parris. They both contracted an illness around the same time as each other. The illness was like no other that a town doctor had ever seen before. “They contorted themselves into strange positions, cowered under chairs,
The Salem witch trials occurred in Massachusetts in the year of 1962. 20 people were executed and over 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft (the Devil’s magic). It all started when Reverend Samuel Parris’ niece and daughter started throwing, what were described as, “fits”. The fits consisted of the girls throwing things, moving into strange positions, saying very odd things, and screaming. When the girls were examined and observed by the village doctor, the doctor blamed the supernatural.
A teenager mother from Mississippi, Sabrina Butler was first known as the only female offender on Mississippi’s death row who was convicted for child abuse and the murder of her infant son. On the eve of April 11th, 1989, Sabrina Butler arrived at the hospital after midnight with a nine-month-old Walter Dean Butler, who was unresponsive at the scene. She claimed that she have found the baby when he unexpectedly stopped breathing, and after multiple failed attempts to resuscitate her son, she rushed to the emergency room and seek helps from medical professionals who are more knowledgeable on the matter. Sadly, her child was pounced died by the doctors following their visit to the hospital. The next day, while Sabrina was asked to give her statements at the local police station, the prosecutors arrested Sabrina under the charges of capital murder.