Episode: “The Murder Factory” Pt. 2 - Amy Archer-Gilligan


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“The Murder Factory” Pt. 2 - Amy Archer-Gilligan

Amy Archer-Gilligan owned and operated a home for elderly residents in Windsor, Connecticut, but fell deeply into debt. Over time, she developed a deadly business model - stealing money from residents, then poisoning them - ultimately killing more than two dozen victims over a two-year span. 



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