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"Kill him...Just kill him... Anna Marie Hahn and Winnie Ruth Judd had two things in common. They were serial killers who murdered for profit. Anna Marie Hahn had a gambling habit. She indulged her addiction at the horse races and bookie joints throughout Cincinnati in the 1930s. Anna wasn't very good at picking horses, losing time and again while accruing debt. But it w "Kill him...Just kill him... Anna Marie Hahn and Winnie Ruth Judd had two things in common. They were serial killers who murdered for profit. Anna Marie Hahn had a gambling habit. She indulged her addiction at the horse races and bookie joints throughout Cincinnati in the 1930s. Anna wasn't very good at picking horses, losing time and again while accruing debt. But it was an addiction had to be fed. She needed a scheme, a way to acquire money to keep her compulsion satisfied. Anna Marie Hahn was a clever woman. While walking through her neighborhood of elderly pensioners, the idea came to her like a bolt of lightning. She would befriend these lonely and pathetic men. Cook them meals, keep them company. Then she would kill them for profit. Secondly, we take a look at Winnie Ruth Judd. In 1931, Winnie Ruth Judd killed two of her best friends then cut one of them into pieces. She packed their remains inside two storage trunks and boarded a train for Los Angeles with the dead bodies as “luggage”. The media circus surrounding her crime was a parallel of the O.J. Simpson case in the mid-1990s. Reporters and readers alike were hungry for every sordid detail. Ruth, as she was known to her friends, would be tried and sentenced for execution until being declared mentally incompetent. She would later be remanded to the care of the Arizona State mental hospital where she would “escape” over seven times. During her last escape, she would journey to northern California where she would adopt an alias and avoid detection for over six years before her recapture.


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"Kill him...Just kill him... Anna Marie Hahn and Winnie Ruth Judd had two things in common. They were serial killers who murdered for profit. Anna Marie Hahn had a gambling habit. She indulged her addiction at the horse races and bookie joints throughout Cincinnati in the 1930s. Anna wasn't very good at picking horses, losing time and again while accruing debt. But it w "Kill him...Just kill him... Anna Marie Hahn and Winnie Ruth Judd had two things in common. They were serial killers who murdered for profit. Anna Marie Hahn had a gambling habit. She indulged her addiction at the horse races and bookie joints throughout Cincinnati in the 1930s. Anna wasn't very good at picking horses, losing time and again while accruing debt. But it was an addiction had to be fed. She needed a scheme, a way to acquire money to keep her compulsion satisfied. Anna Marie Hahn was a clever woman. While walking through her neighborhood of elderly pensioners, the idea came to her like a bolt of lightning. She would befriend these lonely and pathetic men. Cook them meals, keep them company. Then she would kill them for profit. Secondly, we take a look at Winnie Ruth Judd. In 1931, Winnie Ruth Judd killed two of her best friends then cut one of them into pieces. She packed their remains inside two storage trunks and boarded a train for Los Angeles with the dead bodies as “luggage”. The media circus surrounding her crime was a parallel of the O.J. Simpson case in the mid-1990s. Reporters and readers alike were hungry for every sordid detail. Ruth, as she was known to her friends, would be tried and sentenced for execution until being declared mentally incompetent. She would later be remanded to the care of the Arizona State mental hospital where she would “escape” over seven times. During her last escape, she would journey to northern California where she would adopt an alias and avoid detection for over six years before her recapture.

16 review for Killing For Money: Stories of True Crime

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Curtis

    Good stories Condensed tales of two women, hungry for money, that will go to any lengths to obtain their goals. Including murder.

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