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This picture seeks to portray Bert Fuller,The first man to asks for a marriage to Daisy.Sadly,the young man died on the day that was set for the wedding

This picture seeks to portray Bert Fuller,The first man to asks for a marriage to Daisy.Sadly,the young man died on the day that was set for the wedding

Sydney Clarence De melker, daisy's last Husband. Many writers point out that Sydney, to this day still finds his wife innocent of all the charges against her

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.

The fate that awaited the woman accused of killing three men but only charged of the demise of her son. The Morning of 30th December 1932 was Daisy's judgement day. Her execution was done at Pretoria prison

The fate that awaited the woman accused of killing three men but only charged of the demise of her son. The Morning of December 1932 was Daisy's judgement day. Her execution was done at Pretoria prison

Daisy de Melker after she was found guilty of poisoning her son,Rhodes Cecil Cowle and was sentenced to death

The Trial lasted 30 Days. On the morning of 30 December at the age of Daisy was hanged in the Pretoria Central Prison.

Picture depicting the arrest of Daisy de Melker,charged with the murder of the three men

Vintage Police Photos for Peace Officers Memorial Day

Large quantity of asernic poinson was found on Rhodes hair

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Strychnine poison. it is described as being Fatally Dangerous to humans. It was found in large quantities in the bones of Cecil, Afl, and Robert. The peculiarities surrounding the three men's deaths led to suspicions which uncovered a dark secret leading to their deaths

Dr Watt gave his expert opinion on the strychnine poison. This is the same poison that was found in the bones of the dead bodies of Alfred Cowle and Robert Sprouse. she said it was Epsom salt that she gave the two husbands but it was strychnine poison.

This seeks to portray William Sproat, The man who alerted the police after having suspicions of the deaths in the  family.

This seeks to portray William Sproat, The man who alerted the police after having suspicions of the deaths in the family.

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 5th March 1932 of Cerebral Malaria

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

Daisy's second  husband,Robert Sproat was a plumber by profession. The couple  got married on the 1st July 1926. He died on the 6th November 1926.The post-mortem was performed and he died of arteriosclerosis and cerebral hemorrhage

This picture gives reference of Daisy de Melkers first husband William Cowle who was a plumber. He was poisoned with Strychnine poison mixed with Epsom salts.