A chemist situated in Turfontein, where Diasy bought strychnine poison and used it to kill the only child she was left with (Cecil Rhodes Cowle).

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This is a depiction of thermos flask, in which Daisy made her remaining son coffee mixed with arsenic to kill him

This is a depiction of thermos flask, where arsenic was found in mixed with coffee that was prepared for Cecil Rhodes Cowle. It served as one of the sources of evidence at the court.

D.r. J.M Watt served as the forensic expert during the trial of Daisy and thus presented the evidence compiled by  Witwatersrand  university.

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Rhodes who was born in 1911 was the only the remaining child from the five children that she had with William Alfred Cowle. Therefore he was the heir of his father's riches at the age of 21. However his mother spiked his coffee with arsenic poison. Postmortem was conducted and it was discovered that the cause of death was cerebral malaria.Daisy de Melker inherited 100 euro from his son's life policy.

Rhodes, Daisy de Melker's only surviving son, was described my some as a "Fine gentleman" while Rhodes' sister saw him as lazy. He died on March 1932 of Cerebral Malaria

William Sproat the brother of Robert who became suspicious after the sudden death of the three gentlemen. He then alerted the police about his suspicions. Eventually by 1923 the corpse were extracted at Brixton cemetery.

William Sprout, the younger brother of Robert Sprout, made allegations that Daisy De Melker was responsible for the murders of Alfred Cowle, Robert Sprouse and Rhodes Cecil Cowle.

The depiction of the forensic experts exhuming the corpse of the three victims of Daisy de Melker, after obtaining the court order on the 15th of April 1932 which gave them the capacity to extract the corpse.

This sis a depiction of the forensic experts exhuming the corpse of the three victims of Daisy de Melker, after obtaining the court order on the of April 1932 which gave them the capacity to extract the corpse.

A depiction of one of the corpses of three victims of arsenic, discovered by the forensics.

One of the bodies which were poisoned by strychnine by Daisy de Milker.

After all crimes committed, in 1932 Daisy was apprehended on the basis of all three murders she had caused.

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This displays the Johannesburg High Court where Daisy de Melker appeared in relation to the charges of murders she was accused with. She appeared before Justice Greenberg  and two senior judges, where Justice Greenberg found her guilty of the murder of her son, whilst the other two murder cases were disregarded due to lack of evidence. Therefore she was sentenced to death by hanging for the murder of her son.

This displays the Johannesburg High Court where Daisy de Melker appeared in relation to the charges of murders she was accused with. She appeared before Justice Greenberg and two senior judges, where Justice Greenberg found her guilty of the murder of her son, whilst the other two murder cases were disregarded due to lack of evidence. Therefore she was sentenced to death by hanging for the murder of her son.

After Dasiy being found guilty of the death of her son, she was sentenced to death by hanging and on the 30th of December 1932 she was executed.

Haunting: Nooses hang in the gallows at the Pretoria Central Prison, South Africa


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