Tracey Wigginton – In Brisbane, Australia a so-called "lesbian Vampire murder" – a tale of satanic rituals, and gothic goings-on, culminates in the slaying of a male victim to satiate Tracey Wigginton's lust for blood in 1989. NOTE: Tracey Wigginton would be released on parole on January 11, 2012.
Diane Downs – On May 19, 1983, in Springfield, Oregon, Downs shot her three children, killing one of them.
Each of the three original episodes covered the cases of four women or more women or groups of women who were united by the central theme of the episode.
This mini-series of three episodes of the show was narrated by Marsha Crenshaw.
Báthory, who became known as the "Blood Countess", would be imprisoned in 1609.
In the early 1900s, on a small farm in La Porte, Indiana, Norwegian immigrant Belle Gunness used strychnine to poison her suitors and boyfriends before feeding their remains to the hogs.
In the state of Washington, Linda Burfield Hazzard, a doctor and a delusional "fasting specialist", believed she could "heal" her patients through exhausting diets and starvation.
Hazzard's practice of starvation resulted in the death of a visiting English heiress in 1911 and many others.
The Lainz Angels of Death gave nurses a bad name, murdering at least 38 of their patients between 19 by morphine overdose or by forcing water down their lungs.
Their motive was that they felt like god and that there was too many patients to take care of.