Rhodes Cecil who his mother Daisy de Melker poisoned his tea in his early twenties for having to be a problem to his mother.

Rhodes Cecil who his mother Daisy de Melker poisoned his tea in his early twenties for having to be a problem to his mother.

This pictures shows Daisy de Melker a nurse by profession who poisoned two of her husbands for their insurance money. She was a permanent Germiston residential during that era.

This pictures shows Daisy de Melker a nurse by profession who poisoned two of her husbands for their insurance money. She was a permanent Germiston residential during that era.

This image shows Daisy de Melkers third husband who was not convinced that his wife is a murderer. He was very supportive to his wife during the trial and loved her whole heartedly.

This image shows Daisy de Melkers third husband who was not convinced that his wife is a murderer. He was very supportive to his wife during the trial and loved her whole heartedly.

Image result for Daisy de melker in court.She was found guilty of murdering her son.Therefore,She was sentenced to death

Image result for Daisy de melker in court.She was found guilty of murdering her son.Therefore,She was sentenced to death

Daisy de Melkers home where in Grahams town where she lived with her father and two brothers

Daisy de Melkers home where in Grahams town where she lived with her father and two brothers

This picture portrays Daisy at Durban at Berea Nursing Home.She gained knowledge in drug administration.

This picture portrays Daisy at Durban at Berea Nursing Home.She gained knowledge in drug administration.

Large traces of Arsenic poison were found in the hair of Daisy de Melkers son's hair after body was exhumed for investigations prior to the arrest of Daisy de Melker.

Large traces of Arsenic poison were found in the hair of Daisy de Melkers son's hair after body was exhumed for investigations prior to the arrest of Daisy de Melker.

This pictures illustrates Daisy's second husband who was poisoned with Strychnine poison for his insurance money.

This pictures illustrates Daisy's second husband who was poisoned with Strychnine poison for his insurance money.

This picture portrays how Daisy was arrested after investigations were made prior to the murder of her two husbands and son.

This picture portrays how Daisy was arrested after investigations were made prior to the murder of her two husbands and son.

William Spraot in his middle ages. This man alerted the police after having suspicions about the death of his family members which seemed to be caused by one thing which connected to Daisy.

William Spraot in his middle ages. This man alerted the police after having suspicions about the death of his family members which seemed to be caused by one thing which connected to Daisy.


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This pictures shows Daisy de Melker a nurse by profession who poisoned two of her husbands for their insurance money. She was a permanent Germiston residential during that era.

This pictures shows Daisy de Melker a nurse by profession who poisoned two of her husbands for their insurance money. She was a permanent Germiston residential during that era.

Large traces of Arsenic poison were found in the hair of Daisy de Melkers son's hair after body was exhumed for investigations prior to the arrest of Daisy de Melker.

Large traces of Arsenic poison were found in the hair of Daisy de Melkers son's hair after body was exhumed for investigations prior to the arrest of Daisy de Melker.

This is Cecil Rhodes Cowle, the only child Daisy and William were left with. He was born in 1911 and looking forward to inherit the rich of his father at the age of 21. Dasiy poisoned her very own last son with arsenic poison. Postmortem was carried out and it was discovered that Rhodes died from cerebral malaria and the riches were inherited by Daisy.

This is Cecil Rhodes Cowle, the only child Daisy and William were left with. He was born in 1911 and looking forward to inherit the rich of his father at the age of 21. Dasiy poisoned her very own last son with arsenic poison. Postmortem was carried out and it was discovered that Rhodes died from cerebral malaria and the riches were inherited by Daisy.

Strychnine was a very popular murder poison in both fiction and fact. It was featured as the murder weapon in the first Agathe Christie murder mystery. In Victorian times it was the major ingredient in rat poison which was easily bought in most shops, no queastions asked. The pre-death convulsions were similar to the symptoms of the  disease tetanus which was an endemic in many cities at this time. It is believed to have killed an unknowable number of people, especially during the 19th…

Strychnine was a very popular murder poison in both fiction and fact. It was featured as the murder weapon in the first Agathe Christie murder mystery. In Victorian times it was the major ingredient in rat poison which was easily bought in most shops, no queastions asked. The pre-death convulsions were similar to the symptoms of the disease tetanus which was an endemic in many cities at this time. It is believed to have killed an unknowable number of people, especially during the 19th…

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.

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.

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).

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).

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

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

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.

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

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

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, in which Daisy made her remaining son coffee mixed with arsenic to kill him

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