Episode: E73: “The Murder Factory” - Amy Archer-Gilligan


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E73: “The Murder Factory” - Amy Archer-Gilligan
Amy Archer-Gilligan opened a nursing home in Connecticut in 1907. By portraying herself as a kind and religious woman, she was able to recruit new residents. She was beloved in her neighborhood which is exactly why nobody suspected that she was a cold, calculated killer. Sponsors! Shudder - To try Shudder free for 30 days, go to Shudder.com/podcast and use promo code SERIALKILLERS. Madison Reed - Get 10% off plus Free Shipping on your first color kit at Madison-Reed.com and use promo code: SERIALKILLERS.

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