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George, Tucker's Town, utilities, water sports, Warwick Parish, weather, wildlife, work permits. Kerri Dietz, mezzo soprano, and Leidy Sinclair, violin. A prestigious art award has gone to a new winner after the previous holder was disqualified following claims of plagiarism. But there was also controversy about who created his entry. James Collieson contacted competition organizers to claim the artwork was an altered version of a piece created by his father, Will Collieson, several years earlier.
Mr Stallard handed back the cash prize after the controversy surfaced. We are delighted of the quality of work this year. The idea is that artists submit fresh work from one prize year to the next.
The competition is open to artists based in Bermuda and Bermudians living overseas. And the Founders Award was presented to three artists who have been mentors and role models for their fellow artists and the generations to follow. Our lives have been enriched and for that we are most grateful. Their passion for the arts, and their unfailing commitment to the development of the arts has been monumental; at times involving much sacrifice and always requiring dedication and unwavering determination.
The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to those persons who are considered pioneers in their respective art form and because they would have created significant bodies of original work that is representative of the Bermudian spirit. Bermudian, Bermuda-born or domiciled. Dedicated to raising the standard of excellence in dance through world-class training. Bermuda's oldest dance organization.
It was formed in by Madame Patricia Gray, MBE with the support of Madame Ana Roje, and since that time hundreds, if not thousands, of students have reaped the benefit of their vision, and the Association's unwavering dedication to dance.
B rings the choral arts to life in our community. Through performances of great composers such as Bach, Handel, Mozart, Brahms and many more the ensemble strives for a high standard of communicating the masterworks of choral orchestral repertory. It meets weekly at the Bermuda School of Music. New members are welcome. Founded by Patricia Deane-Gray to foster interest in ballet and to provide a medium through which all persons so interested may participate by dancing or otherwise in the production of shows.
Members have mounted a series of ambitious and well-received performances. Bermuda Civic Ballet The trade group in Bermuda to which all those shown above belong. All enquiries about individual musicians should be referred to this group. Seasonal, annually, January and February. Founded in as part of the annual arts festival's gala celebration of Bermuda's th anniversary, BFCO members are drawn from a cross-section of resident musicians, many of them teachers, who welcome the opportunity to interact with fellow musicians at a non-teaching level, hone their performance skills, and master a challenging new repertoire.
Students are also invited to play. For details of all those below, please refer to the Bermuda Federation of Musicians and Variety Artists. Dennis Eldridge; late Mrs. The music of musicians is available on old cassettes, LPs or newer CDs and sound bites..
Some groups are Gombey dancers, gospel singers, drum majorette bands, live jazz ensembles, modern reggae bands and more. Graham and Moira Bean.
Bean on her debut album, 'Moria. Honored in April as part of Jazz Appreciation Month. Sydney Bean, who died in March at the age of 92, was the "Daddy of Calypso in Bermuda" , a prolific songwriter and probably Bermuda's most recognized entertainer and musician. He received his musical training in church. He taught himself guitar and bass and sang with the Mark Williams Band.
Always dressed in colorful outfits and rarely photographed without an instrument in his arms, he was a pioneer in creating a distinct Bermudian calypso sound and the first Bermudian to regularly play abroad.
He played in hotels across the island and was the entertainer for Bermuda Island Cruises before becoming its cruise director -- a position he held until the early 's. He was still working on the boats when he was in his eighties. He was known as the first local entertainer who could do impersonations of jazz legends such as Louis Armstrong.
He was older than Hubert Smith or the Talbot Brothers. Bean, was married three times, lived for many years in Greene's Guest House in Middle Road Southampton until he moved to a nearby rest home. Iconic entertainer, pianist and poet, a luminary of the Islands hotel circuit from the heyday of local music died aged Mr Brangman, who performed throughout the calypso era and remained devoted to music up until his passing on March 25, was laid to rest at a service in Hamilton's Wesley Methodist Church.
Mr Brangman loved Bermuda and loved music. An outstanding arranger, pianist and entertainer, very well-known and gifted. He was well groomed, well spoken, with a charming personality. We were producing a whole host of great pianists in this country. Any time you dined at any of our great hotels, you would have seen him playing. Hailing from the Rocklands neighborhood of Warwick, Mr Brangman started out playing at the age of seven and showed instant promise as a performer, his daughter Alvina Brangman recalled.
Mr Brangman was father also to Sherlene G. Trott and Valerie Arorash. His father, Charles Ambrose Brangman, used to play music as well. He remained active playing up until his death. By Mr Brangman's own account, his career started around He toured the US with local musicians in , living overseas for a spell and then bringing his experience with the American entertainment scene back home to promote shows, playing the accordion and organ as well as piano.
A cricket lover, Mr Brangman made a point of rising early for Cup Match and attending both days of the games. He also enjoyed photography and making kites, as well as writing his own songs and composing poems. His distinctive nickname came courtesy of his mother, Editha Gertrude Simons-Brangman.
He said his latest album was a reflection of his life over the past ten years. A show European tour in support of the album kicks off in Manchester on October 18, with stops in France, Germany, and the Netherlands, among others. Died September at the age of First Bermudian to be musical director of an American cruise ship, according to a book written about him by former Minister of Culture Dale Butler.
He was also offered record deals with Columbia Records, Decca and Blue note, though he turned them down. Jazz bible 'Downbeat' magazine named him in the 'outstanding jazz trumpet" section. Bryan Robert Dickinson Butterfield. Butterfield made a name for himself in the shows "Boat in a Bottle," and "Gombey," becoming the drum major for the North Shore Majorettes.
Butterfield as a dancer and the Islands first female steel pan player. He was born on March 6, He also acted as an ambassador up and down the east coast of the United States in annual Tourism Briefings. He performed in an era where all of his colleagues could easily have held jobs in top hotels and clubs overseas as he, Hubert Smith, Gene Steede, Talbot Brothers, Michael Clarke and Lance Hayward, to name a few, demonstrated from their performances in Jamaica, New York, Toronto and on the cruise ships.
Bryan should have been a national entertainer coach because he had the background, skills and experience. Long may his contributions live. I extend my deepest condolences to his family. I am pleased to say that the book Music on the Rock captures the spirit of this great man.
He became famous for his distinctive fire-blowing act and dancing on broken glass and formed and led the Bermuda Limbo Dancers. The distinctive white headpiece Bryan wore with his lily white uniform along with his five-foot baton that he swung, were atop his coffin as it was borne into and out of the church through a guard of honour provided by the Ex-Artillery Majorettes. His last performance was with those majorettes, Heather Lightbourne and Valerie Byron in A brilliant dancer and an icon of Bermuda in her heyday.
This Bermudian acting legend was back in the limelight in his homeland last night. About fans and supporters crowded into the Earl Cameron Theatre, which is named in his honor, to hear him tell his story. Mr Cameron told The Royal Gazette: They seem to be very proud of me here; named a theatre after me. But he said his first acting role came about almost by accident.
It was a period when it was almost impossible for a black person to get any kind of job. The show was cast, but strangely enough three weeks later he came by late one afternoon and said my big chance had come. Mr Cameron was still able to sing some of his lines this week, more than 60 years later, but he was less lucky on his debut on the boards. All I could see were faces of people in the packed Palace Theatre. From that night forward, I was bitten by the theatre bug. I never looked back.
When the show closed, the guy who played the lead went off to live in Paris and I became a package deal with the show for the repertory theatres across England. I owe an awful lot to that play. It was the best part I had up to that period. Mr Cameron was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire for his contributions to drama in The University of Warwick awarded Mr Cameron an honorary doctorate in Mr Cameron also had some advice for young and aspiring actors.
It was attended by some writers and their guests, and some really big stars headlined the show. It was a most exciting night for us. Mr Barber had just opened a new nightclub in the hotel, which was called The Pirates Den.
They were fantastic entertainers and the club was sold out every night. We spent that winter in Bermuda and it was the end of the tourist season, so The Pirates Den closed and reopened in April , a month before my first-born son was born. Again there were large crowds every night. Meanwhile, two executives from Esso Cuba, who had seen us at the Alibi Room in September while at a convention on the island, went back to Cuba and arranged for us to tour Cuba, Nassau and Jamaica exclusively for Esso Standard Oil, a company originally founded by John D.
We left Bermuda for Cuba in October This was solely a promotional tour for Esso. We would do television and cocktail parties or any other promotional activity that we were asked to do, such as opening a new plant or gas station. We arrived in Cuba to great fanfare and were met at the airport by the media, executives from Esso and officials from the Ministry of Culture. Esso rented a house in Marianao, a suburb of Havana, for us to stay. This was a fairly big house with six bedrooms and four baths.
The reason why they put us there was so that we could practise and store our instruments drums , which we would not have been able to do at a hotel. We became friendly with a lot of people in the neighborhood because they loved the music. At least twice or three times a week, we could hear bombs exploding in Havana.
On one occasion, we were booked to appear on TV, so Esso sent a couple limousines, which was customary, to pick us up. As we were approaching downtown Havana, a police officer on a motorcycle rode up alongside the car, waved us to stop, got off his bike with his gun drawn and started talking to the driver, who was forced to explain why these six guys were in his car.
Considering that so much was going on in Cuba, we were all very scared when we got to the TV station, as we were searched and patted down about three times before we got to the studio with its cameras and lights. However, we did the half-hour show without a hitch, but the experience was extremely traumatic.
They did not want to be responsible for us being caught up in a civil war. Everybody was trying to leave Cuba; it was getting really bad. We were sent to Nassau earlier than they had planned and the timing could not have been better. Soon after, president Batista fled the country and Fidel Castro, Che Guevera and the victorious insurgents entered Havana on January 1, We were ushered through the crowd by some Esso people and some strongmen that they had hired.
It was very chaotic. We had mixed emotions, but we were glad to leave because everything was so uncertain in Cuba. But at the same time, our emotions were mixed, as they were tinged with sadness because of the beautiful people and the great culture that we were leaving behind.
We were in Nassau for about three weeks, but after Cuba, this became a sort of a letdown. He hired us to perform there and brought Lance Hayward and his quartet from Bermuda to work as the resident band. They became a big hit. Lance was a very talented jazz pianist and had some equally talented musicians, such as Tootsie Bean, with him.
For whatever reason, the nightclub did not do very well and closed after a month. I think it was February , and we were essentially out of a job. The contract with Esso was up and the tour ended in Jamaica, so they asked us if we wanted to go back to Trinidad or back to Bermuda, where the tour started. We arrived in Bermuda not knowing how long we would be allowed to stay.
We did not have a job, but all the guys had some money that we had made and saved from the now completed tour. After about three days, I got a call from Conrad Englehardt, the general manager of the Inverurie Hotel. How he found that we were back in Bermuda and my phone number, I do not know. However, he said he had a great idea and that I should come and meet him.
I went over to the hotel the next day. He asked me what our plans were. I told him that I was not sure, but I was open to hearing anything he might have to offer. He said he was thinking of having the Bermuda Hotel Association apply to the Immigration Board for us to stay on the island and work at the hotels. The hotels would apply for and hold the work permit. It was on the next Monday that we talked again, and with the Immigration Board meeting on Wednesdays, by Friday permission was granted.
He reminded me that we met backstage the night we gave a concert at McGill University in Montreal. He was now a practising dentist in Bermuda, having graduated in We met for lunch at the Spot Restaurant, which was one of the only restaurants in Hamilton that served blacks.
We were there for about an hour, and except for the first 15 minutes, our conversation was all about the racial discrimination and segregation that black Bermudians had to endure. He was very angry and determined to do something about it. We became very good friends, as a matter of fact, and I asked him to be the godfather of one of my sons. He would visit my home at Spanish Point for cocktails on Sunday afternoons and me and my wife at the time, Vera Le Gall Commissiong, did the same by visiting his house to join him and his wife, Pat, on Middle Road near Somerset Bridge.
Not long after, there were friends of the same mindset who would be invited to join these Sunday afternoon sessions. Some of them were friends of Vera, who was a schoolteacher. At that time, some of those who joined us were teachers as well. One of them, Rosalind Williams, and her husband, Ed, became the most important members of the Progressive Group the name we adopted.
Rosalind became the secretary and worked tirelessly. She was the most dedicated to the cause. She and Ed offered their home in Flatts as a permanent venue to meet, which was a huge risk to both. Had the segregationists found out what was going on, they would have lost their home, their jobs and been blackballed for the rest of their lives in Bermuda. At one of the meetings, I proposed that as a first step to break down segregation and white supremacy in Bermuda, we start with a boycott of the theatres.
The motion was adopted unanimously and the rest is history. Meanwhile, the band was doing great working at the hotels and it was in when I decided that we needed something other than the steel band music, so as to add some variety to the show. The idea hit me that I should add a featured vocalist to the band. At that time, there was a group called the Chalets and they were very good, and everybody was taking notice of their lead vocalist, a young man by the name of Hubert Smith Jr.
This guy could really sing, so I asked him if he would like to join my band. We made a little history as well, as we became the first steel band to feature a vocalist. Harry Belafonte was big at the time and his interpretation of calypso music was really making inroads on the American music scene. He also had the tourists begging for more whenever we did Yellow Bird. We were on top.
By , most of the original members, including me, had acquired Bermudian status, so there was not a need for the Hotel Association to hold our work permits. While there had never been a problem, all the guys in the band felt a sense of being free. Between the years and , there were other steel pan players who joined the band and made us better: In , we were sponsored by the largest newspaper in Hartford, Connecticut, to play at the annual expo at the Armory in Hartford.
This was for two weeks and I was told that we were seen by at least 20, people during that time. During the years we switched from some hotels to others.
For instance, we quit the Belmont Hotel and went to the Hamilton Princess. We also quit Castle Harbour when the Sonesta Hotel was built and opened. We also started working two nights per week at the Elbow Beach and one night per week at Southampton Princess.
We always worked seven nights per week and life was good. In , we were brought by Mayor Flynn of Boston to appear at City Hall Plaza in conjunction with a series of free outdoor summer concerts put on by the city each year. Some of the jazz shows, for example, would be right on the Boston Common itself. This was such a success that they would bring us back in Each time that we played at this event, it was estimated that there were at least 5, people in attendance.
As early as , I noticed that the tourist trade was declining in Bermuda. Some of the visitors that I would talk to would express the view that Bermuda was becoming too expensive. For instance, the cost to take a taxi, whether it was by way of a tour of the island or just to go from Elbow Beach to Hamilton, was becoming prohibitive for growing numbers of visitors. I myself, while travelling during the winter break, noticed that some islands such as Aruba, Barbados, St Maarten to name a few, had more to offer for less than what it cost back home.
I told the guys in the band of my observations and that they should consider moving on. In , my present wife and I got married in Honolulu, Hawaii. We chose Honolulu because we had been there at least four times and loved it.
I retired from the band, and as a musician, and moved to Boston. We lived there for a short while, then moved to Maui, Hawaii, in In , my wife, while working at the Wailea Four Seasons Hotel, saw a drummer walking through the lobby with his instruments.
Being one who always boasted about her husband and the Esso Steel Band, she stopped this fellow and struck up a conversation. It turned out that he knew everything about the band, having met Neville Paynter. Neville was our vocalist and drummer between and , after Hubert Smith Jr left the band.
He was on his honeymoon when he met this fellow, and sent him three or four of our record albums after returning to Bermuda. A few days later, I got a call. It was from the drummer my wife met whose name was Bryan. He wanted to know if I could come out of retirement and resume playing again. He said there was plenty money to be made. At first, I said no, but after about the fifth call, I said I would try it for a while. I had taken a single tenor pan with me, so I started practising.
We soon put an advert in the paper for a bassist, guitarist and a vocalist. A young lady by the name of Eva, who like a great Brazilian footballer went only by her first name, was soon hired as a vocalist. She was more than I could ask for.
She was from Sacramento, California, loved to sing jazz, had a really great voice and, of course, star presence. We called the quartet Steel Groove and started working at a restaurant called Hamburger in Paradise, a very popular place with tourists. Soon we were doing only conventions at all of the large hotels: One day in , we had scheduled a rehearsal for two in the afternoon. I found it strange, however, that Eva was late as she was a real pro and never late. At about one hour later, she came in with tears streaming from her eyes.
She informed us that she just came from her doctor who told her the terrible news that she should get all her business affairs straight, as he estimated that she only had about six months left to live because of a diagnosis of cancer. We were all shocked because none of us knew about the cancer that was about to take her life. That information sucked the energy out of the three of us, especially me because I was a cancer survivor, having had cancer diagnosed in my right vocal cords in It did not matter what genre: She lived the true Hawaiian life of being nice to all, loving the land and being positive at all times.
She started taking care of her business interests and making sure that the homes she owned in Hilo and Hana were in good shape. She also made arrangements for her son, who was about 12 at the time, to join his father in Germany.
She made one last effort to defeat the illness by going back to Sacramento, where there was a hospital that treated people with cancer. I called her about two days before she passed.
She was too weak to talk, but told the nurse to tell me that I should tell all the musicians that we knew that she loved them and that she would see us on the other side. Her body was flown back to Maui, where her friends made sure that she had a true Hawaiian funeral out at sea.
I remember taking a couple of jobs after she passed, but eventually we just stopped playing. Maybe we were haunted by her beautiful voice, now stilled. My wife, Patty, and I started thinking about returning to Massachusetts because her parents were much older and developing some health issues.
She wished to be closer to them. I told her I would rather live in an area where there were beaches. We came back east and bought a house on Cape Cod, and we are still here today. I have not played music since. Died February at age Pianist and war veteran. Played the piano at the Waterlot Inn for more than four decades, performing for many visiting celebrities including British Prime Minister Edward Heath and Canadian jazz pianist Oscar Peterson.
He was perhaps most proud of having performed with movie star Elizabeth Taylor when she visited Bermuda, and he kept a photograph of her in his living room. His family was musical and he learned to play the piano by ear at an early age. He started performing professionally as a teenager, playing the piano with the Al Davis Band. At a military hospital in Port Said, Egypt he was taught how to read music by an English Corporal who played the organ in a church attended by the troops.
When he returned to Bermuda in January he formed a musical group called The Aldarnos. For decades he played the piano all over Bermuda, with much of the time spent at the Waterlot Inn through its various reincarnations the Number One Club, the Rib Room and then the Waterlot Inn. He was predeceased by his wife of many years, Winfred. He leaves behind a daughter, Cheryl Phillips, plus numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Francis Llewellyn Spencer Darrell.
He was the oldest Bermuda Gombey captain alive, even though he was living in Connecticut. This Bermudian actress has landed a role in one of the biggest video games of the year and a place in the Star Wars universe. She has landed several roles since, including in music videos and a commercial for Kyleena.
Every time I see it, I smile. It was challenging at times, but in the best way. It helps you to realize how important your voice is in acting, and that you need to take care of it just as much as the rest of your body. The game features a story mode, which details the period between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens , and an online multiplayer mode set throughout the Star Wars series. It was distracting sometimes though, and I would lose a life sometimes because it took me by surprise.
Asked what advice she could give to other Bermudians looking to pursue a career in acting, she said they need to learn where their strengths lie as a person. Most, if not all, of the best actors in the business are successful because they stayed true to themselves. Also, if acting is what you truly see yourself doing, you have to keep at it. She studied with various dance teachers on the Island before traveling to England to train as a professional classical dancer.
Upon her return to Bermuda she taught for the Department of Education before opening and directing her Bermuda School of Russian Ballet. Since , Mme Deane-Gray has been indirectly responsible for most of the ballet performances given in Bermuda, including the Bermuda Ballet Weeks from , which became the forerunners of the Bermuda Festival.
In , she lectured and demonstrated the syllabus to students and teachers for the American Society of Russian Ballet in New England at Harvard University. In she was honored by the Ministry of Education for her contributions to education of the arts.
Overseas, she has been recognized by the Society of Russian Ballet as a teacher, examiner and consultant. She is a teacher, examiner and consultant with the Legat Foundation in Croatia, and the international coordinator of the Legat summer school in Croatia.
Died March 6, at the age of Music promoter and businessman, owner of Music Box on Reid Street. He recorded many Bermuda musicians and organized many music concerts and musical events on the Island.
He received numerous Bermuda honors for his work and was also recognised by the Queen and Portuguese government. He was a man who wore many hats and always wanted to keep busy. But he was also incredibly kind. He would give you the shirt off his back. Mr DeMello was born in the Azores in , but came to Bermuda in at the age of He attended Dellwood School for a few years but, as the oldest of four children, had to go out to work while still a teenager to support the family.
A love of music soon landed him a job at the Music Box, which was then located on Queen Street. He bought the business in the s, turning it into one of the most popular music retailers on the Island. His emphasis was on what it means to be a decent human being. He just wanted to work with anyone, as long as it was for the betterment of Bermuda. He was an outstanding promoter and a truly outstanding citizen. His passing is a big, big loss for Bermuda. His interpreting skills were often called upon to assist Portuguese nationals struggling to deal with officialdom.
Vasco da Gama Club and all of its members were deeply saddened. His passing will be a large loss in the Portuguese-Bermudian community of Bermuda. Born January 22, , died July 3, A Bermuda-born and bred from a prominent local family American actress.
She was known for her marriage to actor Kirk Douglas, from until their divorce in She was the mother of Michael and Joel Douglas. In , Douglas began her career as an actress and appeared in more than 50 films. She retired from acting in This Bermudian singer, songwriter and music producer died on Friday at the age of 54 after suffering from complications related to diabetes.
Described as a humble man, the owner and producer of Just Platinum studio never forgot his roots and was always on hand to help aspiring locals make their way in music, production and recording.
Aside from his love for music, Mr Easton was a family man. His brother, Mikko Ingham, said: I enjoyed my brother for the family man he was and he really enjoyed family gatherings and talking about old times. I will really miss that. He was a big influence on me. I do music as well and he taught me everything I know in that world. Steve was a very charismatic person. He was extremely knowledgeable about recording and the whole music world.
He was always trying to figure out how electronics worked. When he was young, he got a radio as a present and he took it apart to see how it worked. A large portion of people in Bermuda that have recording set ups were helped by Steve. I used to see people come to the studio to pick his brain. I used to tell him that they want to become your competition, but he would give them the information anyway and they would set up as his competition.
After graduating, he went on to study recording engineering at the Trebas Institute in Toronto. He moved to Bermuda in and opened Just Platinum studio, where he worked with many musical legends including David Bowie, with whom he made regular recordings in the early s.
We go back many years and started our writing and producing jingles together. He was a consummate professional and very knowledgeable about the music industry. He has worked with so many different people. He did a master class seminar along with Orville Malcolm and Bruce Swedien, who is renowned for being the engineer on all Michael Jackson produced by Quincy Jones. Bruce had offered the chance to do an audio engineering class with him in Florida.
They were selected among seven or eight people around the world to attend and were graded highest among those who attended the class. He was an unsung hero, he was humble, he just went very quietly about doing what he did best to help other people in their musical aspirations. Obviously we found that we both had a common interest when it came to music. He revolutionized production here on the island. He was always willing to sacrifice his time even though you may have been in competition with him.
A report from Broadway. Bermudian Marvin Ford has joined the touring cast of a musical written by rock star Sting. Mr Ford said he was surprised to have landed his first professional role in The Last Ship. They were looking for someone to do the part. Richard suggested that they look for a singer and go from there.
I got a call at 8am on a Wednesday and I had my audition on Thursday. The show enjoyed a brief run on Broadway and won two Tony Award nominations. The touring production will be the first performances in Britain.
The production will spend four weeks in Newcastle before embarking on a tour of the British Isles, with performances in Liverpool, Cardiff, Dublin, Edinburgh and York. The show is directed by Lorne Campbell and features set design by the Tony Award-winning 59 Productions, the team behind the video design for the Olympic Games in London. A celebrated Bermudian poet and musician who died in Ms Furbert will appear in Tina: The Tina Turner Musical.
Ms Furbert is an experienced performer on the London stage. She last year appeared in the hit show Dreamgirls in London. A legend from the heydays of musical local entertainment, he died in Florida at the age of Married for 53 years, Mr Galloway credited his wife Ursula for keeping him grounded. He was never lost for words and was always well dressed with a beaming smile and effervescent Bermuda personality.
Producers knew that if they wanted a successful concert, they had to have Big Daddy Gates. May he rest in peace. Musician Lance Furbert remembered his first full-time job with the Arpeggios, the band that backed Mr Galloway.
He was enthusiastic about everything; he had a ball. He was certainly a great help to me, and a really dynamic entertainer. We went to Trinidad to work in On the way, the band leader and a few other guys said he never learnt the words to songs, just got up there and made it happen.
In Trinidad, with calypso, people were used to the words, so the band asked him to please learn them. It may not be as lucrative here as in the US or the UK. By , Big Al formed his own piece orchestra and later his Calypso Band. In addition to being an accomplished pianist, he also coached many aspiring vocalists such as Pam White and Violetta Carmichael.
Born in Spanish Point, Pembroke, in he was blind but as a pianist he and his quartet created their own unique claim to fame in Bermuda and the USA.
At 13, he was sent to the Perkins School for the Blind in Massachusetts. It was here, his son Stuart Hayward says, that the musician refined his craft.
When he returned to the island after three years abroad, he began a career in music that would last almost 60 years. It began modestly enough in local churches, but soon Hayward was a fixture in the island's nightclub circuit and was the accompanist of choice for artists like Carmen McRae and Marvin Gaye when they performed in Bermuda. In the '50s and '60s it was hard for musicians when the hotels closed in the winter, soHayward took his act to Jamaica where he found employment at a hotel on the island's north-west coast.
In he moved to New York City where a long career in the city's jazz clubs awaited him. He got his start at clubs like West Boondock and Jacques-in-the-Village until he moved to the Village Corner, where he appeared regularly for 16 years. While in Manhattan he formed the Lance Hayward Singers which continue to perform his choral arrangements.
Though Hayward spent the rest of his life in the United States, he never lost touch with his island roots. That allowed them to spend time together and apart, which I think was good for their relationship. When he would come here he would play in the Bermuda Festival.
I think he was one of the first Bermudians to have a spot in it. His obituary was published in The New York Times. This Bermuda-born musician is to return to the island next week to perform with the Bermuda Philharmonic Society. This award-winning violinist said: The concert will be led by Alison Black, a Bermudian-based violinist and president of the society. Having a Mozart concerto played by such a fine young artist will be a highlight.
Ms Hickey has won numerous awards for her performances, including winning the Jeunesses Musicales International Violin Competition in Romania in and the Antonio Salieri prize in Italy in Ms Hickey said that her love of music began while she was on the island. Then I had a really, really fantastic teacher, Jyrki Pietila. I started to take lessons four times a week. Television personality and musician remembered as a dedicated, charitable, loving woman who lived her life to the fullest, despite being blind for most of her life.
Mrs Howes, who celebrated her 90th birthday this year, passed away on August 15, Renowned for her entertainment and educational shows, she was determined not to be hindered by her blindness caused when she was struck in the eye with a stone at the age of just 9.
She championed local musical talent and co-hosted the popular TV Christmas show with legendary Bermuda musician Gene Steede for some 20 years following her retirement. She was also a founding member of the Beacon Club in which was later to become the Bermuda Society for the Blind and traveled the island educating children about the danger of throwing stones. Her only son Terry Southern said his mother, who died just a few hours before the birth of her fifth great-grandchild Kenji, was a strong yet giving person.
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Velma Barfield — During the s, under the influence of serious drugs, she played caretaker while secretly killing people with arsenic. Away from the drugs, she became the 'angel of death row' before being executed in November of Susan Diane Eubanks — In San Marcos, California , convinced that all men are liars and cheats, Susan got revenge against her ex-husbands by shooting and killing her four sons in the order that they came into her life. She was sentenced to death in California.
Teresa Lewis — Teresa and two secret lovers shot her husband and his son for life insurance in Danville, Virginia , but they did not plan it well — her husband was still alive when the police arrived, and his dying testament was a clue as to who was responsible. Teresa was executed by the state of Virginia on September 23, To inherit her kind neighbor's farm in Nowra, New South Wales , Kim Snibson brutally murdered the couple and got two men to do the work for her.
She is serving life in prison. Wendi Andriano murdered her terminally ill husband who she was caring for. Andriano was sentenced to death. In Melbourne, Australia , Peter Shellard gave his girlfriend Shirley Withers everything including her own boutique, money and a nice house. Shirley repaid him by hiring two drug addicts to murder Peter and stage it like a sex game gone wrong. Withers got a 13 year sentence with no parole in nine years for manslaughter.
To make sure she did not lose her kids to her husband in a custody battle in Northridge, California , alcoholic con-artist Cora Caro got revenge on her unfaithful husband both were seen as caring Christians by shooting their three eldest sons and attempted suicide by shooting herself in the mouth, barely surviving it. Caro awaits her execution. Elizabeth "Ma" Duncan of Carpinteria, California had only one man who had always stuck by her — her son Frank — and was jealous of any other woman who entered his life.
So when Frank married his pregnant girlfriend who helped nurse Elizabeth back to health after attempting suicide in a private ceremony, Elizabeth taunted them with phone calls, had the marriage annulled by impersonating Frank's wife, and hired two amateur criminals to kidnap and kill Frank's pregnant wife and their unborn child.
Elizabeth was sentenced to death and was executed in the gas chamber in In Millsboro, Delaware , Linda Lou Charbonneau got sick of her first husband and married his nephew; when neither man's financial status met Linda's satisfaction, her solution was to kill both of them.
She was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Kathleen Worrall had a hormonal disease, but the medicine caused weight gain, so she stopped taking it. As a result, the tiniest things set her off and one mistake led to her stabbing her younger sister Susan.
Kathleen died in prison. In turn-of-the-century Australia, Martha Rendell moved in with her lover, who leaves his wife for her but keeps their kids. Martha seemed to have jumped out of a Grimm's fairy tale as a wicked stepmother — she made the children ill and pretended to swab their throats with medicine, which was really hydrochloric acid.
After Martha killed three of her stepchildren, a fourth escaped and exposed Martha as a heartless sadist who got sexual pleasure from their suffering.
Larissa Schuster from Clovis, California was many things — a biochemist, an over-achiever and a bully. She carried on affairs behind her husband's back and when he left the family home, instead of continuing her affairs, she permanently dissolved their marriage by dissolving Tim's body in a blue barrel of acid in the garage. Schuster and her accomplice James Fagone received life with no parole. Courtney Dunkin was adopted by her grandparents in Marlin, Texas and after her grandfather died, got into the goth movement, which did not mesh with her grandmother's Christianity.
After Courtney's boyfriend broke up with her, Courtney plotted to kill him and then escape to Mexico with a friend, but the one obstacle to her plan was her grandmother, and so she drugged her with a spiked milkshake and then shot her to death after kissing her goodnight. In October , she is found guilty of capital murder and sentenced to 40 years in prison, available for parole in May After losing her husband and two sons in the Melbourne, Victoria gang wars, crime family queen and professional thief Judy Moran tried to execute her brother-in-law.
When Jennifer's mother, Susan, forbids her to see Paul, they murdered her and then fled to Canada, making it as far as South Dakota before they were caught. Both are serving year sentences. Kelly Fuller age 18 was enraged at year-old Jessica Lang, who was her ex's new girlfriend.
Jessica, who was more interested in her apprenticeship and family than any boy, paid for her friendliness with her life after Kelly decided to end the source of jealousy permanently by stabbing her almost 50 times.
Kelly is serving 11 years to life. Jean Lee was a young Australian woman who became involved with two petty criminals and then turned to a life of crime. While attempting to rob an elderly man, he wound up dead. Jean confessed to her involvement hoping for a light prison sentence, but instead, she and her conspirators were executed in Jean's sentence ignited public outrage against the death penalty and she became the last woman hanged in Australia.
Nikki Reynolds grew up happy and wholesome, but that changed when she was dumped by her boyfriend. After Nikki spread false rumors that she was pregnant, her mother sought psychological help and constant arguing drove a wedge into the family. Planning to kill both parents, Nikki stabbed her mom fatally, but was too broken up to finish the job and turned herself in.
Her sentence was 34 years, eventually reduced to 21 years. In February , Bob Banks and Bob Skeens give Pamela Perillo and her boyfriend James Briddle a place to live and money in exchange for helping around their apartment. Sadly, they make a big mistake as one morning Pamela and James rob their hosts, strangle one Bob to death, eat the coffee and donuts that he had brought for them, and suffocate the other Bob. Brigitte Harris visits her sister and is surprised to see that also visiting is their child molester father who had been living in Liberia for several years.
After he announces that he plans to return to Africa with his granddaughter; Brigitte handcuffs, suffocates and castrates her father to save her niece from a dreadful fate. All three women are released from prison. Brookey Lee West was raised with her father teaching her Satanism, witchcraft and violence, while her mother engages in numerous affairs and neglects her and her brother.
As an adult, the hatred planted in Brookey's childhood leads her to gag her now needy, elderly mother with a grocery bag, stuff her into a trash can and put it into storage where it remains undisturbed for three years.
Frances Creighton resorts to poisoning her relatives with arsenic when they no longer become of use to her. After being acquitted of murdering her own brother, Frances moves to New York and begins an affair with a married man. Her lover's wife is a gossip who threatens to tell the neighbors about Frances' dark past, and Frances decides to silence her permanently.
This time, she is convicted and sent to the electric chair. Betty Neumar had five husbands — four of whom died suspiciously while married to Betty.
For decades, no one connects any of the deaths until a cold case investigation reveals Betty's murderous deeds.
She dies in before facing trial. After a formal separation and her husband's year-long affair, a scorned and heartbroken Millicent decides to end their marriage, permanently.
However, after they marry, Frank is revealed to be manipulator who gave Sandy nothing she had been hoping for. Feeling fed up due to his betrayal, she shoots him and tries to save herself by trying to make it look like a self-defense attempt gone wrong.
Sandy pleads guilty to second-degree murder and gets 10 to 25 years. For these deadly women, seeking love and companionship would involve trapping their victims in a tangled web of death. Theresa Riggi' s lack of trust in others leads her to isolate her children from society and have complete control over them. Furious at this, her husband gets four-hour visitations every week upon divorcing her and when he tries to apply for full custody, she stabs all three children and makes an unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide.
Sentenced to 16 years, Theresa died in custody in March of a suspected suicide. Elise Ledvina is known in Milwaukee as a caring Catholic mother who values setting a good example, but secretly battles with intense delusions due to schizophrenia. Convinced she's a bad mother and that this world was a bad place for her two sons, the voices in her head drive her to bludgeon them with a baseball bat; her elder son is saved due to his father's intervention, but the younger son dies. She is acquitted by reason of insanity.
Young Philadelphia housewife Marie Noe never really wanted children, unlike her devoted husband Arthur, and is unable to emotionally cope with the stresses of motherhood. Over two decades, she gives birth to ten children and two of them are stillborn, but none of the surviving children live long as she smothers them when they're alone.
She isn't caught until 50 years after the first murder and is given five years house arrest and 20 years probation. Egyptian-born nanny and model Omaima Nelson has a track record of manipulating men; as a young woman, she begins seducing older men, then robbing them blind.
In , year-old Omaima meets year-old Bill Nelson. Instead of simply robbing her new husband, she murders him, and doesn't stop there. She goes on to dismember and consume his corpse. Nelson was found guilty of second degree murder and was sentenced to 26 years to life. In , Nelson was denied parole.
Lyda Trueblood is an early twentieth-century woman with a penchant for poison. She uses arsenic to kill several relatives, including her husbands and her own daughter.
After getting caught for the crimes, Lyda escapes, and almost commits another poison murder before getting caught. Lyda was paroled in and died of a heart attack in at the age of Her sentence is 25 years with possibility of parole after 10 years. In , Jacksonville, Florida woman Andrea Hicks Jackson calls police to file a report about a vandalized car, but when officer Gary Bevel arrives on the scene, he learns that Andrea has committed the vandalism herself in a fit of rage.
While Bevel attempts to arrest Andrea for filing a false report, Andrea shoots the officer five times. She is sentenced to death, but her sentence is later commuted to life in prison. Alyssa Bustamante , who was constantly neglected by her drug-addict mother, grows into a gothic teen with dark fantasies. In , the 15 year-old lures 9 year-old Elizabeth Olten into the woods, where she uses a knife to slash the 9-year-old's throat, and uses her bare hands to strangle Elizabeth to death.
Afterwards, Alyssa disposes of Elizabeth's body in a pre-dug grave. She gets a life sentence with possibility of parole. Brenda fights back, so Felicia shoots her to death and then wears Brenda's bloody coat. Felicia's sentence is 13 years to life.
In , while working as a babysitter, Australian teen Helen Moore suffocates two infants in her care. Thereafter, she strangles her seven-year-old brother to death, and is turned in by her devastated mother. She receives a life sentence, but is paroled after thirteen years. Scottish restaurant chef Pamela Gourlay takes a dangerous mix of pills and pot with her boyfriend, but soon finds herself low on cash as a result.
High as a kite, she fixes her problem by brutally stabbing her neighbor Melanie Sturton to death and stealing a few dollars and a gift card. Sentenced to 14 years to life, Pamela is paroled in October Brittany Norwood is a career thief, who lost her college scholarship by stealing from her teammates. Her thefts continue as she works for a Maryland clothing store. When Brittany's supervisor catches her shoplifting from the store, Brittany devises a brutal plan and commits a torturous murder.
Norwood will spend the rest of her life in prison, no chance of parole. At age 4, Nicole Diar survived being severely burned over most of her body. At 28, she has a 4-year-old of her own, Jacob; however, she leaves Jacob in the care of irresponsible teenage babysitters and drugging him with codeine to get him to sleep.
In August , Nicole murders her son and sets their Ohio home on fire to cover the evidence. Michelle Michaud , begins a relationship with James Daveggio, with whom she abducts and rapes several young women, including her own daughter. In December , they kidnap, rape, torture, and strangle year-old Vanessa Lei Samson.
Both are sentenced to death. Despondent after her extramarital affair ends, she turns to murder, smothering her two young sons with a pillow and slashing her husband, Neal, 97 times with his prized Japanese sword. In midth century Alabama, Rhonda Belle Martin takes the lives of two husbands, three children, and her mother, and leaves a surviving husband paralyzed, via arsenic poisoning. Her motive is that she is addicted to killing and enjoys the thrill. Before her execution in , she leaves her brain to science.
Feeling lonely while her husband, Jim, works nights, Marilyn Plantz seeks solace in the arms of a lover more than half her age. At her urging, her boyfriend and his friend murder her husband by beating him to death and then burning his body to make it look like an accident, so that Marilyn can collect on his life insurance. All of these Deadly Women were sentenced to death. When Hilma Marie Witte' s relationships go bad, she turns to her sons, Eric and John, to help — Eric shoots his father, Paul, and John murders his grandmother, Elaine, with a crossbow so his mother can keep stealing Elaine's money.
John exposes his mother as the mastermind of both murders, and both sons serve 11 years in prison while Hilma is sentenced to 90 years.
After drug dealer Greg Smith breaks up with his girlfriend Cindy Baillee, Greg's mother, Lois "Mean Nadean" Smith , a hot-tempered bully who is fiercely protective of her son, responds to rumors that Cindy plans to turn Greg in by luring Cindy away to be sadistically tortured and killed, then has Greg and his new girlfriend, Teresa Baker, clean up the crime scene. Teresa confesses, and Lois is sent to death row. She is executed in after 19 years in prison. In Glasgow, Scotland, Edith McAlinden is a vagrant, thief, prostitute and alcoholic, and is jailed for assault.
On her first night of freedom, a drinking binge turns deadly when Edith stabs her boyfriend, David Gillespie, causing him to bleed to death, and then enlists her year-old son, John, and his friend, Jamie Gray, to murder the two surviving witnesses. In s Los Angeles, wealthy womanizer Chico Forster courts virtuous teenager Lastania Abarta and convinces her to leave her fiance and elope with him with the promise of marriage, but he forces sex on her and then abandons her.
A disgraced Lastania shoots Chico to death for stealing her virtue, and is saved from prison by a novel insanity defense. Diane Borchardt is a well-liked teachers' aide at school, but at home, she is physically and verbally abusive to her husband, Ruben, and his children. When Ruben divorces Diane and leaves her with nothing, she manipulates three students into murdering him, but her students give her up when she is unable to pay them as she promised.
Diane is sentenced to 40 years to life. Marcela Whaley is abusive to her girlfriend, Tzatzi Sanchez. When Tzatzi leaves Marcela for Marcela's ex-girlfriend, Marcela hires two people to rape and murder Tzatzi, then flees Las Vegas for Mexico, where she is prosecuted under Mexican law for the murder as she and Tzatzi are both Mexican nationals - an unprecedented legal arrangement.
She is serving a year sentence in a Mexican prison. Gunn-Britt Ashfield despises her six-year-old son, John, because he reminds her of her ex-husband, Brian. She and her live-in boyfriend, Austin Hughes, falsely accuse John of molesting his sister and brutally beat him to death, then claim John was attacked in a park, but the police are not fooled. Upon her release from prison, Gunn-Britt changes her name to "Angelic". In s Cincinnati, Edythe Klumpp convinces her married lover, Bill Bergen, to pose as her husband so she can get a bank loan, but fears that Bill's wife, Louise, will expose her ruse.
Edythe shoots Louise, keeps Louise's corpse in her car while she teaches a sewing class, then tries to burn the body. Sentenced initially to death, Edythe is paroled in and lives out the rest of her days peacefully. Drug-addicted stripper Kelly O'Donnell has had a life of tragedy, but she can always count on her old flame, Terry Eleftheriou, to give her money when she needs it.
He is repaid with death: Kelly lures him to her apartment with the promise of sex and then bludgeons him repeatedly, and then her lover, Bill Gribble, finishes the job by dismembering Terry's body — while Terry is still alive.
O'Donnell and Gribble were sentenced to death and later, their death sentences were commuted to life behind bars. Regina and Margaret DeFrancisco had a bright future, until they embraced the gang lifestyle. The sisters spend two years on the run before they are caught.
Regina gets 35 years in prison and Margaret, 46 years. Crittenden , until she learns he's married with kids. Alexander promises to leave his wife and marry Laura, but after seven years of empty promises and lies from Alexander, Laura is tired of being the other woman, and shoots him in front of his wife.
Laura is acquitted of murder by reason of insanity but is lonely and ostracized for the rest of her life. Money-hungry Australian Vicky Efandis manipulates her way into the life of wealthy house painter George Marcetta and eventually takes control of all his assets. When he is no longer of use to her, Vicky poisons his dinner with a sedative and then burns down his house while he is unconscious. Her sentence is 20 to 24 years. In Tucson, Arizona, Shawna Forde starts a group of "minutemen" vigilantes to track down illegal Mexican immigrants, and recruits Jason Bush and Albert Gaxiola to join her.
In need of fast cash, Forde and her posse murder Raul Flores and his daughter Brisenia and seriously wound his wife Gina, but get away with only a few pieces of jewelry.
Shirley Jo Phillips and Wilma Plaster are best friends who enjoy drinking and dancing at country-western bars, but Wilma is nothing more than easy money to Shirley. In late s Chicago, Dorothy Williams is so desperate for cash to support her drug habit that she resorts to preying on the elderly. She is currently serving three life sentences at an Illinois prison.
These deadly women had one thing on their mind: Andrea Claire was a year-old former aspiring actress and a call girl.
But Claire does not like her fifth husband's penchant for rough sex. In , she attempts to kill her sixth husband. She is serving 26 years to life in prison for her crimes. After an angry marital argument, Silver uses a hatchet to hack her husband to death. She dismembers his corpse, then burns and disposes of his remains.
After her husband's body is discovered, Silver is hanged in the gallows July 12, To this day, her father's role in the crime is still contested. In Sydney, Australia, Danielle Stewart is an attractive and flirtatious woman, who captures the attention of year-old bachelor Chaim Kimel. The duo marry, but Stewart has a drinking problem, borderline personality disorder, and tragic past, none of which she can overcome. During an argument with her husband in , Stewart stabs him to death in a drunken rage.
Angela McAnulty runs her household with an iron hand, but reserves her worst for her eldest daughter, Jeanette, whom she brutally tortures, starves, and beats. After Angela is investigated by social services, she pulls Jeanette out of school and the abuse escalates, culminating in the 15 year-old's death, for which both she and her husband Richard, who failed to report the abuse, are prosecuted. Richard gets a year to life sentence and Angela sits on death row.
In early 20th century Catawissa, Missouri , Bertha Gifford is a nurse who murders 17 of her patients with arsenic — including several of her husband's family. Acquitted of murder on reason of insanity, she is institutionalized for 23 years until her death in British teen Nicole Hollinshead is dating Steven Wood. After Steven spends the night in the home of Nicole's friend, Debra Carne, Nicole, enlists Steven and two other friends, Kerry Bauer and Emma Last , in a plot to lure Debra away to be beaten, doused with gasoline, and burned alive.
Steven is given an eight-year sentence, Kerry and Emma are serving 17 years to life, and Nicole is now a free woman after serving a five-year sentence for conspiracy. Scam artist Dorice "Dee Dee" Moore befriends lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare in order to steal his money, then shoots Abraham to death after he begins to suspect her and tries to convince his family he is still alive.
She inadvertently confesses to an undercover cop and is imprisoned for life without parole. Anne Gates marries — and murders — two husbands for their money, shooting the first execution-style and beating the second with a fireplace poker, all while continuing to carry on an affair with her high school sweetheart.
Gates serves only four years in prison for her second husband's murder; her first husband's murder remains an open case. After money-hungry Australian Patricia Byers is sent to jail for the attempted murder of her boyfriend for which she blames pirates , police investigate the disappearance of her de facto husband, Carl Gottgens, whom she claims left her for another woman. Patricia receives a life sentence for Carl's murder, although his body has never been found.
Korena Roberts fakes a pregnancy with twins to keep her boyfriend, and befriends Heather Snively, who is pregnant for real, but when the two women meet one day for shopping, Korena beats Heather to death and cuts the stillborn baby out of her stomach.
Korena's lack of planning and inattention to detail in the murder plot is her undoing. Korena is now serving life in prison without parole. In Toronto, Elva Bottineau and her husband Norman Kidman are serial child abusers who neglect and abuse their five-year-old grandson, Jeffrey, and his older sister, forcing them to live in squalor while continuing to collect their government support checks. Jeffrey dies of sepsis , and after his grandparents are brought to justice, Ontario law regarding background checks of caregivers is revised.
Both are serving a life sentence. After Rekha Kumari-Baker ' s divorce, her already turbulent relationship with her teenage daughters, Davina and Jasmine, goes from bad to worse. When Rekha's lover dumps her, Rekha stabs both of her daughters multiple times to punish her ex-husband, whom she blames for all of her problems. Rekha is sentenced to 33 years in prison. Wendy Gardner and her sister Kathy are being raised by their strict grandmother, Betty.
When Wendy begins dating bad boy James Evans and becomes rebellious and sexually active, Betty decides to give her up to the custody of the state. Not about to be separated from James, Wendy has him strangle Betty, and the two killers hold Kathy hostage for several days.
Both couple are now free from prison. Teased at school because of her weight, Nakisha Waddell befriends fellow pariah Annie Belcher, who introduces her to drink and drugs, and Nakisha's close relationship with her mother, Vaughne, disintegrates.
When Vaughne forbids her daughter to see her boyfriend, Nakisha stabs her mother 43 times. Showing no remorse, Nakisha is sentenced to 70 years in prison.
Gina Grant is a straight-A student and a popular cheerleader, but her mother, Dot, is an alcoholic and disapproves of Gina's bad-boy boyfriend. In , Gina beats her mother to death, but serves less than a year in prison. However, her deeds later cost her her acceptance to Harvard due to the lies on her application. Tracy Lee Poirier and her lover Tamara Marie Upton are child abuse survivors who turned to crime and violence to cope with their pasts.
After meeting a photographer in a bar, the women decided to rob him and lure him outside. The women beat him, then disposed of his unconscious body in a nearby river. Both served life without parole. After Deana died in a fall at Big Sur , the authorities discovered Virginia and her husband, Billy Joe McGinnis, took out a life insurance policy on her.
An investigation exposed the couple as serial insurance claimants, and suggested that Virginia killed her own daughter for insurance money 15 years earlier. Billy Joe died before trial and Virginia received a life sentence, dying in prison in June Tracie Andrews was a stay-at-home mom with narcissistic personality disorder and a violent temper.
She argued with her boyfriend, Lee Harvey, and stabbed him 42 times. She tried to disguise the murder as an incident of road rage. She was sentenced to life imprisonment, but was freed after serving 14 years. Ellen Boehm was a single mother of three with financial problems.
She smothered her two sons and tried to electrocute her daughter. She is serving two life sentences with no chance of parole.
After Dena Schlosser and her husband lost their business and their home, they joined a charismatic church, and Dena devoted herself to church to the exclusion of everything else — including her children. She had postpartum psychosis , Dena killed her infant daughter to "send her to heaven", but was acquitted of murder by reason of insanity and was institutionalized for six years. Gemma Killeen and boyfriend Eddie Wetere had a young son. After Eddie walks out on her, Gemma left her son to drown at the beach and tells investigators the child was abducted — unaware that her actions were caught on security cameras.
She was sentenced to life with 13 years minimum. In , Shirley Allen' s husband, Lloyd dies from a mysterious illness. Shirley's daughter Norma exposes her mother as a murderer who poisoned Lloyd with antifreeze for Lloyd's life insurance money; Shirley is also suspected of murdering her previous husband in under similar circumstances.
She served a life sentence with possibility of parole after serving 50 years but died in prison in July In early 20th century Memphis, Tennessee , Alma Theede is a prostitute who charms men with her sexuality, but becomes a serial wife who discards her husbands like garbage when she tires of them.
This results in the deaths of three of her husbands, with Alma as either the murderer or the mastermind each time. Donna Horwitz has a long and turbulent on-again, off-again relationship with her ex-husband Lanny, but is deeply hurt by his cold, cruel demeanor and lack of attentiveness to her. After Lanny ends the relationship for good, Donna punishes him by shooting him ten times, then tries to disguise the murder as a suicide.
She serves a life sentence. Realizing that her father had also wanted her dead, Cinnamon helps send her father to prison for life without parole, and is herself paroled in Danielle Black goes from good girl to Goth teen and begins having sex and cutting herself, much to the horror of her father, Billy, and spreads lies that her father is abusing her. Friend Alec Eger, himself a child abuse survivor, believes Danielle's stories and, at Danielle's urging, stabs Billy to death on Halloween Both receive life sentences, but all but six years of Danielle's sentence are suspended and she is eligible for parole as of Jennifer Tombs is a preacher's daughter on the fast track to a life of crime.
When her mother goes away on a trip and enlists family friend Latanya Lavallais to watch Jennifer, Jennifer sneaks several friends into the house for a party, then shoots Latanya five times in the head and tries to disguise the murder as a home invasion gone wrong.
She is sentenced to life without parole. When Stephanie Ilene Lazarus ' s former "friend-with-benefits" John Ruetten marries nurse Sherri Rasmussen, a jealous Stephanie abuses her power as a police detective to stalk, harass and finally murder Sherri.
The case stays cold for over 20 years until DNA and a bite mark on the victim's neck help bring Stephanie to justice. Her sentence was 27 years to life. In the s, Georgia Tann , hailed as "the mother of modern adoption," is acclaimed for her work in adopting babies out to well-to-do childless couples, but she is really a cold-hearted monster who kidnaps babies from poor families and neglects the ones she finds unworthy of adoption.
Georgia's neglect may have resulted in the deaths of as many as babies, making her perhaps the most prolific female serial killer of all time. She never faces justice and dies of cancer in Brilliant scientist Ann Brier Miller falls out of love with her husband Eric, but divorce isn't an option for the devout Catholic. Instead, she has her boyfriend, Derril Willard, poison Eric with arsenic. Derril later commits suicide after confessing his role in the murder to his attorney, and Ann gets a minimum of 25 years in prison.
Vickie Frost is violently abusive and controlling to her visually-impaired boyfriend, Rick Whitcomb, but when Rick decides to leave her after a year of torment, she goes into a blind rage. One evening in January , she ends a violent argument by stabbing Rick once in the chest, killing him. Pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter, Vickie serves a nine-year sentence and is released in , but prison has not tamed her wild temper. Englishwoman Clare Nicholls regularly insults, abuses, and starves the father of her youngest child, kind but timid Andrew Gardner, and gets her brother and boyfriend to join her in the abuse.
His body weakened by the constant torture, Andrew dies after Clare stomps on his chest, and the murderers try to claim he was attacked by a mugger. Clare is sentenced to 32 years to life in prison. Drug dealer and adulteress Christene Kemmerlin is married for the third time, and her union with husband Wayne is in trouble due to her spendthrift ways and infidelity. By claiming Wayne is abusing her, she convinces a neighbor to murder her husband and disguise it as a car theft.
Sentenced initially to death, her sentence is commuted to life without parole. At the tail end of the episode that the female announcer says "They were 'Sadistic Killers'" instead of "'Sadistic Souls'".
Despite a loving mother and a private school education, London teen Ruby Thomas idolizes her alcoholic father, who was jailed for murdering a cab driver, and by age 15 is herself deep in the throes of alcoholism and a violent temper. She is serving a seven-year prison sentence, the murder officially labeled a hate crime. In Santa Barbara, California, in , violent-tempered Julia Diaz struggles to make money to send to her family in Mexico but is unable to keep a job.
When the family fails to pay up, she goes after 7-year-old Javier Angel, bludgeoning, strangling and finally suffocating him. Julia is sentenced to life in prison. Caroline Reed Robertson loathes herself, and in her babysitting charge, aspiring ballerina Rachel Barber, sees everything she wishes she could be. Obsessively fixated on Rachel, Caroline strangles the year-old with a phone cord, planning to assume Rachel's identity. Caroline was given a year sentence and was released on parole in January Ellie Nesler sends her son Willie away to a Christian summer camp, where he and several other boys are molested by Daniel Driver.
On the day of Driver's trial, an outraged Nesler shoots and kills him in court. She serves three years for manslaughter but later returns to jail for selling drugs, while her now-adult son is himself incarcerated for murder and she dies of breast cancer in Herman Tarnower , but he womanizes constantly and gets her hooked on speed.
In March , after the doctor finally dumps Jean for a younger woman, a combination of amphetamine withdrawal and jealousy sends her into a rage, and she shoots him to death in his own home. Harris was released from prison to undergo triple bypass surgery and died in at the age of Amina Chaudary carries on an extramarital affair with lover Vijay Gupta, despite the objections of her conservative Canadian Sikh family.
But when she learns that Vijay married another woman while visiting India, a heartbroken Amina decides to make him pay by murdering his beloved eight-year-old nephew Rajesh in February She serves 28 years in prison. In , when ballroom dance teacher Miriam Francis Helmick' s business prospects fail, she begins forging checks to steal money from her husband, Alan. When Alan begins to suspect her, Miriam shoots him in the head, and receives a life sentence for the murder plus years for fraud.
She is also suspected of murdering her first husband five years earlier. In the early s, Clara Green Carl is a farmer's daughter with dreams of wealth and prestige, and her greed leads her to poison two husbands and her father-in-law with arsenic for their inheritance money. Sentenced to life, she cons her way into parole after only 15 years behind bars. Carol Kemp , who has borderline personality disorder , falls in love with online crush Martin Rusling, but he doesn't reciprocate.
After Martin rejects Carol's offer to make their relationship more permanent, Carol flies into a rage and stabs him once in the heart.
A remorseful Carol is sentenced to life with a minimum of 13 years. In Greenville, Mississippi , Terrie Robinson is having difficulty coping with the stresses of being a single mother on welfare. Convinced that she is not worthy of motherhood and that she is possessed by Satan, she places her three-year-old son, Tristan, in an oven in March and cooks him alive.
She is serving a life sentence. After losing her high-paying job, Fiona Donnison' s life spirals out of control, and she blames her former common-law husband, Paul. Obsessed with revenge, narcissistic Fiona smothers her two children. Her insanity pleas fail and she is sentenced to 32 years in prison.
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