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The "Gun Girl" Irene Schroeder had been a bandit since her teenage days, and was involved in at least 11 murders.  One day her gang got into trouble. It came to a bloody two-hour standoff with the police. She tore her clothes off and naked, she stood up proudly and yelled at her men: "If you survive this, I'll sleep with you tonight". She was electrocuted on Feb. 23, 1931, facing her death without fear at the age of 22.

The "Gun Girl" Irene Schroeder had been a bandit since her teenage days, and was involved in at least 11 murders. One day her gang got into trouble. It came to a bloody two-hour standoff with the police. She tore her clothes off and naked, she stood up proudly and yelled at her men: "If you survive this, I'll sleep with you tonight". She was electrocuted on Feb. 23, 1931, facing her death without fear at the age of 22.

"This woman's son had to have his leg amputated because she wouldn't pay for his medical care. She was so desperate for money she committed forgery and perjury. But to no avail. She spent her life in squalor, filthy dresses, and eating nothing but irregular graham crackers to save money. She was Hetty Green, the Witch of Wall Street, with a fortune estimated at 17 BILLION (modern)  dollars at the time of her death. Her daughter later donated most of the fortune to charity."

"This woman's son had to have his leg amputated because she wouldn't pay for his medical care. She was so desperate for money she committed forgery and perjury. But to no avail. She spent her life in squalor, filthy dresses, and eating nothing but irregular graham crackers to save money. She was Hetty Green, the Witch of Wall Street, with a fortune estimated at 17 BILLION (modern) dollars at the time of her death. Her daughter later donated most of the fortune to charity."

Italian serial killer Leonarda Cianciulli was famous for turning victims into tea cakes and serving them to guests.  Death Facts: 20 Facts about Death you didn't know ←FACTSlides→

Italian serial killer Leonarda Cianciulli was famous for turning victims into tea cakes and serving them to guests. Death Facts: 20 Facts about Death you didn't know ←FACTSlides→

In  1907, a circus tightrope walker named Maud Stevens met "Tattooed Globetrotter" Gus Wagner at the St. Louis World's Fair. Wagner wanted a date, and Stevens wanted tattoo lessons. Things worked out well: The two married, and Maud Stevens Wagner became the first known female tattoo artist in America.

In 1907, a circus tightrope walker named Maud Stevens met "Tattooed Globetrotter" Gus Wagner at the St. Louis World's Fair. Wagner wanted a date, and Stevens wanted tattoo lessons. Things worked out well: The two married, and Maud Stevens Wagner became the first known female tattoo artist in America.

In 1922, Clara Phillips (aka “Tiger Girl”) murdered Alberta Meadows, the woman she suspected was a rival for her husband’s affections. She struck Meadows repeatedly with a hammer and then rolled a 50 lb. boulder on top of the corpse.  She was sentenced to life in 1923 and was released in 1935.  During her 12 years in prison, she found religion, trained as a dental technician, escaped once and slashed her wrists in a suicide attempt.  In 1938 she moved to Texas and was never heard of again.

The real Black Dahlia

In 1922, Clara Phillips (aka “Tiger Girl”) murdered Alberta Meadows, the woman she suspected was a rival for her husband’s affections. She struck Meadows repeatedly with a hammer and then rolled a 50 lb. boulder on top of the corpse. She was sentenced to life in 1923 and was released in 1935. During her 12 years in prison, she found religion, trained as a dental technician, escaped once and slashed her wrists in a suicide attempt. In 1938 she moved to Texas and was never heard of again.

Synagogue in flames. Reichskristallnacht (Night of the broken glass) or Kristallnacht "Crystal Night", aka the Night of Broken Glass,  was a pogrom (a series of coordinated attacks) against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria on 9–10 November 1938, carried out by SA paramilitary forces and non-Jewish civilians. German authorities looked on without intervening.

Synagogue in flames. Reichskristallnacht (Night of the broken glass) or Kristallnacht "Crystal Night", aka the Night of Broken Glass, was a pogrom (a series of coordinated attacks) against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria on 9–10 November 1938, carried out by SA paramilitary forces and non-Jewish civilians. German authorities looked on without intervening.

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