Sarah Jane Robinson
|8||Female||Caucasian||USA||Stationary||Personal Cause, Criminal Enterprise||1837 abt (Ireland)||1906|
Sarah Jane Robinson was a serial poisoner in the 19th Century. She was around 1837 in Ireland.
After killing at least eight husbands, sisters and children using arsenic, she was arrested and convicted of murder. She died in prison in 1906.
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Sarah Jane Robinson killed at least eight people using arsenic poisoning. Her motives were insurance fraud and the removal of impediments to her desired lifestyle. Oliver Sleeper Oliver Sleeper is believed to be Robinson’s first murder victim. He died of “heart disease” in 1881 while under Robinson’s care. Moses Robinson…Continue reading...