Bodies of Evidence: The True Story of Murderess Judy Buenoano

Judy Buenoano had a problem with greed. So bad was this vice, that she would murder her own son for insurance money and burn two of her homes to the ground to fatten her bank account. And that was not the worst of it. In fact, it was just the tip of the iceberg. She wasn’t dubbed the Florida Black Widow for no reason.

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Bodies of Evidence: The Shocking True Story of America’s Most Chilling Serial Murderess. From Crime Scene to Courtroom to Electric Chair by Chris Anderson and Sharon McGehee is the chilling true story of the infamous Florida Black Widow, Judy Buenoano.

To the rest of the world, Judias (Judy) Buenoano was an American success story. Born into dire poverty in 1943, motherless by age four and raised in a reform school by age 14, Judy built herself into a savvy businesswoman and a charming seductress.

However, Judy had a problem with greed. So bad was this vice, that she would murder her own son for insurance money and burn two of her homes to the ground to fatten her bank account. And that was not the worst of it. In fact, it was just the tip of the iceberg. (Amazon)

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