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Between 1898 and 1914, George Joseph Smith married eight times, seven of them bigamously. The purpose of these marriages was to relieve each of his wives of their savings in order to support his own comfortable lifestyle. However, in three of his last four marriages, Smith changed his approach. After marrying the unfortunate women, he took out life insurance policies on the Between 1898 and 1914, George Joseph Smith married eight times, seven of them bigamously. The purpose of these marriages was to relieve each of his wives of their savings in order to support his own comfortable lifestyle. However, in three of his last four marriages, Smith changed his approach. After marrying the unfortunate women, he took out life insurance policies on them, ensured that he was the sole beneficiary in their wills and then drowned them in their baths. In 1915, the ‘Brides in the Bath’ case, as it became known, developed into one of the most sensational murder trials of the twentieth century. The public became so fascinated by Smith's crimes, that for decades afterwards, his wax effigy remained in Madame Tussaud’s Chamber of Horrors. This 6,100 word review gives the reader detailed knowledge of George Joseph Smith’s life and crimes, both as a study in its own right and as a stepping-stone to further research in the true crime genre. Topics covered include: • Introduction • Smith’s Early Life • Early Marriages • Murders. • Investigation • Trial and Execution True Crimes Series by Andrew Alexander Levi Bellfield – The Bus Stop Stalker David Berkowitz – The Son of Sam Ted Bundy – The College Girl Killer Buono and Bianchi – The Hillside Stranglers John Christie – The 10 Rillington Place Murders Dale Cregan – The Gangland Killer Jeffrey Dahmer – The Milwaukee Cannibal Joanna Dennehy – The ‘Man-Woman’ Murderer Ruth Ellis – The Last Woman to be Hanged Kenneth Erskine – The Stockwell Strangler Stephen Griffiths – The Crossbow Cannibal John Haigh – The Acid Bath Murders Brady and Hindley – The Moors Murderers Colin Ireland – The Gay Slayer Donald Neilson – The Black Panther Dennis Nilsen – The Muswell Hill Murderer Harold Shipman – Doctor Death George Joseph Smith – Brides in the Bath Peter Sutcliffe – The Yorkshire Ripper Johann ‘Jack’ Unterweger – International Serial Killer Fred and Rose West – The House of Horrors Steve Wight – The Suffolk Strangler Aileen Wuornos – The Hitchhiker From Hell Australian Serial Killers Criminals Who Kill Female Serial Killers Lesbian Serial Killers Spree Killers Whole Life Sentences World’s Worse Serial Killers


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Between 1898 and 1914, George Joseph Smith married eight times, seven of them bigamously. The purpose of these marriages was to relieve each of his wives of their savings in order to support his own comfortable lifestyle. However, in three of his last four marriages, Smith changed his approach. After marrying the unfortunate women, he took out life insurance policies on the Between 1898 and 1914, George Joseph Smith married eight times, seven of them bigamously. The purpose of these marriages was to relieve each of his wives of their savings in order to support his own comfortable lifestyle. However, in three of his last four marriages, Smith changed his approach. After marrying the unfortunate women, he took out life insurance policies on them, ensured that he was the sole beneficiary in their wills and then drowned them in their baths. In 1915, the ‘Brides in the Bath’ case, as it became known, developed into one of the most sensational murder trials of the twentieth century. The public became so fascinated by Smith's crimes, that for decades afterwards, his wax effigy remained in Madame Tussaud’s Chamber of Horrors. This 6,100 word review gives the reader detailed knowledge of George Joseph Smith’s life and crimes, both as a study in its own right and as a stepping-stone to further research in the true crime genre. Topics covered include: • Introduction • Smith’s Early Life • Early Marriages • Murders. • Investigation • Trial and Execution True Crimes Series by Andrew Alexander Levi Bellfield – The Bus Stop Stalker David Berkowitz – The Son of Sam Ted Bundy – The College Girl Killer Buono and Bianchi – The Hillside Stranglers John Christie – The 10 Rillington Place Murders Dale Cregan – The Gangland Killer Jeffrey Dahmer – The Milwaukee Cannibal Joanna Dennehy – The ‘Man-Woman’ Murderer Ruth Ellis – The Last Woman to be Hanged Kenneth Erskine – The Stockwell Strangler Stephen Griffiths – The Crossbow Cannibal John Haigh – The Acid Bath Murders Brady and Hindley – The Moors Murderers Colin Ireland – The Gay Slayer Donald Neilson – The Black Panther Dennis Nilsen – The Muswell Hill Murderer Harold Shipman – Doctor Death George Joseph Smith – Brides in the Bath Peter Sutcliffe – The Yorkshire Ripper Johann ‘Jack’ Unterweger – International Serial Killer Fred and Rose West – The House of Horrors Steve Wight – The Suffolk Strangler Aileen Wuornos – The Hitchhiker From Hell Australian Serial Killers Criminals Who Kill Female Serial Killers Lesbian Serial Killers Spree Killers Whole Life Sentences World’s Worse Serial Killers

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