The Small Matter of the Horse is a useful historical book, where  Daisy's account can be found.

The Small Matter of the Horse is a useful historical book, where Daisy's account can be found.

The picture shows daisy de melker's family tree

The picture shows daisy de melker's family tree

An authentic picture of the culprit of three murders, who's name was Daisy de Milker. She was a qualified nurse. It can be noted that causes of murders she had committed were as the result of her greedy and desire to inherit what her victims had. Her detrimental acts earned her a status, which is a serial-killer.

An authentic picture of the culprit of three murders, who's name was Daisy de Milker. She was a qualified nurse. It can be noted that causes of murders she had committed were as the result of her greedy and desire to inherit what her victims had. Her detrimental acts earned her a status, which is a serial-killer.

A house that Daisy De Milker grew up in as young girl in Bulawayo.

A house that Daisy De Milker grew up in as young girl in Bulawayo.

An exact picture of Rhodes who was born in 1911. He was the only 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. Postmortem was conducted and it was discovered that the cause of death was cerebral malaria. After his death, Daisy de Melker inherited 100 euros from his son's life policy.

An exact picture of Rhodes who was born in 1911. He was the only 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. Postmortem was conducted and it was discovered that the cause of death was cerebral malaria. After his death, Daisy de Melker inherited 100 euros from his son's life policy.

This is a depiction of Good Hope Seminary school in Cape Town, where Daisy went to after arriving in South Africa from Bulawayo.

This is a depiction of Good Hope Seminary school in Cape Town, where Daisy went to after arriving in South Africa from Bulawayo.

This picture portrays a Berea Nursing Home in Durban, where Daisy enrolled at in 1903.

This picture portrays a Berea Nursing Home in Durban, where Daisy enrolled at in 1903.

Bert Fuller the first lover of Daisy the Melker who met her in 1907 and he worked in a Native Affairs Department thus civil servant. he planned to marry Daisy but unfortunately died from black-water fever. After his death Dasiy enjoyed his riches

Bert Fuller the first lover of Daisy the Melker who met her in 1907 and he worked in a Native Affairs Department thus civil servant. he planned to marry Daisy but unfortunately died from black-water fever. After his death Dasiy enjoyed his riches

This picture shows the first husband of Daisy been William Alfred Cowle, a plumber in Johannesburg. He had five children with Daisy and the four of them died. His wife poisoned him with Epsom salt. Postmortem reveals that  the cause of death was  chronic nephritis and cerebral hemorrhage.She inherited 1795 euros after his husband's death.

This picture shows the first husband of Daisy been William Alfred Cowle, a plumber in Johannesburg. He had five children with Daisy and the four of them died. His wife poisoned him with Epsom salt. Postmortem reveals that the cause of death was chronic nephritis and cerebral hemorrhage.She inherited 1795 euros after his husband's death.

A related picture displaying the second husband of Daisy being Robert Sproat. He was also a plumber and died after drinking a poisoned beer prepared by his wife. After his death Daisy inherited his rich

A related picture displaying the second husband of Daisy being Robert Sproat. He was also a plumber and died after drinking a poisoned beer prepared by his wife. After his death Daisy inherited his rich

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