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The Top 10 Most Notorious Women Serial Killers

Life is so cool yet very challenging. Not all the things that you will do will be fine in the eyes of the people around you. In fact, not everybody is good and not everyone is nice. There are people whose intentions, you do not really know. It is not really good to trust somebody especially if you do not really know them personally. For instance, a lovely woman that you just met on the road might be the cause of your own demise. If you think that all women are sweet and lovely, well, what you are thinking is just a myth. One cannot really imagine that there are women who are serial killers. This is actually the fact that you cannot really deny. If you still do not know them, this would be the perfect time to know these women. They actually have their own way of killing and techniques on how to kill their victims. The following are the top 10 most notorious women serial killers that you need to know since you can never tell that there are no other women who are like them.


10.  Queen Mary I

Mary I was actually the Queen of England and Ireland from July 1553 until her death. Due to her cruelty, her opponents called her “Bloody Mary.” People in England will always remember her on how she violently manages the returning of England to Catholicism, thus this affect the lives of many Protestants. She is actually one of the most notorious women serial killers for killing lots of Protestants in England during her time.


9. Mary Hindley

You can never tell that this lady is one of the Moors Murders, who victimized 5 children aged between 10 -17. The murder was so called as Moor Murders because the victims were found in the graves fug on Saddledworth Moor. Aside from the murders, she was also involved in kidnapping, sexual abuse, and torture around Manchester area of Britain in the mid-1960s, thus this made her as one of the most notorious women serial killers.


8. Belle Gunness

Belle Sorenson Gunness was a Norwegian serial killer. She was a very tough and strong woman. She was not afraid to kill anyone, thus she killed most of her suitors and boyfriends. Without any fear, she also killed her two daughters, Myrtle and Lucy. The reasons why she want to kill actually involves collecting life insurance, cash and other valuables, and eliminating witnesses. For this crime she committed, it made her as one of the most notorious women serial killer of all time.


7. Annie Walters

She was one of the two British women serial killers. She actually worked together with Amelia Sach, thus they are more famous as “the Finchley baby farmers”. Both of them worked collaboratively. When Amelia Sach finished her role, Annie Walters will actually do her part. Annie Walters is the one who will collect the babies after it was born, and then dispose of it with poison. The unknown number of murdered babies really made her as one of the most notorious women serial killer.


6. Anna Marie Hahn

Anna was a German-born American serial killer. She might be suspected as crazy woman because she was not afraid of poisoning and robbing elderly men and women in Cincinnati’s German community in order to support her gambling habit. It was believed that Ernst Kohler was her first victim. Hahn has befriended him shortly before his death, thus he left her a house and his will. This was her way on how to kill someone, thus she was known to be one of the most notorious women serial killers.


 5. Anna Maria Zwanziger

Anna Margaretha Zwanziger was a Bavarian serial killer who used arsenic in killing her victims. This arsenic is known to be “her truest friend”. She was judged guilty of the murder where she poisoned her employers with arsenic, and then nurse them back to health to gain their favor. She also killed four people. She was judged guilty of the murder and sentenced to death.


4. Amy Archer-Gilligan

Who can ever imagine this nursing home proprietor was a serial killer? “Sister” Amy Dunggan Archer-Gilligan was a serial killer who systematically murdered at least five people by poison. This was not the only murder she committed. Authorities actually found out a total of 48 deaths from her nursing homes. She was actually sentenced to death and was sent to insane asylum, thus there is no other reason why she was included in the most notorious women serial killers of all time.


3. Amelia Sach

She was one of the British serial killers known as “the Finchley baby farmers”. Amelia worked with Annie. They actually have different responsibilities to do, thus both of them really make things perfect when they murder. Amelia operated a “lying-in” home in Stanley Road, and later at Claymore House in Hertford Road, London at around 1900. This was actually the start of the crime that they both plan. These two people murdered lots of babies, thus it made them as one of the most notorious women serial killers.


2. Amelia Dyer

Amelia Elizabeth Dyer was the most prolific baby farm murderer of Victorian England. She was such an evil woman, but finally she was tried and hanged for one murder. She was actually responsible for many more similar deaths that reach up to 400 or more over twenty years. She is indeed one of the most notorious women serial killers of all time.


1. Aileen Carol Wuornos

She was an American serial killer who killed seven men in Florida. She was convicted to the crimes that she had done. She claimed that her victims are those men who either raped or attempted to rape her while working as a prostitute. She was sentenced to death penalty and in particular, she died through a lethal injection. She was actually the most notorious woman serial killer of all time.



One Comment on “The Top 10 Most Notorious Women Serial Killers

  1. Alex
    March 24, 2013

    Interesting but where is Elizabeth Báthory? The stuff Bathory did outdoes Wuornos by a longshot and most male serial killers as well

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This entry was posted on October 28, 2012 by Sandra.