Nurses Who Have Killed - page 2

Some people would say that the very mention of murderous nurses is unbecoming on a professional nursing forum. In fact, others would say that that this subject is downright distasteful and generates... Read More

  1. Visit  echoRNC711 profile page
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    Nurses are no different from the rest of the population. Why would we think we are exempt from deviant behavior ? Kind of a macabre topic
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  3. Visit  jlogan profile page
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    Donald Harvey killed patient's in London, KY at the former Marymount Hospital and also at some other hospitals. For a long time people that lived in and around London called it Murdermount Hospital because of this.
  4. Visit  CloudySue profile page
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    Charles Cullen worked briefly at the hospital in which I had my babies. He was huge news around here.
  5. Visit  Daisy_08 profile page
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    I read a book on Genene Jones. Very interesting story.
  6. Visit  noahsmama profile page
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    Commuter, what, exactly, is the point of this post?
  7. Visit  Daisy_08 profile page
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    Quote from BrandonLPN
    Annie Willkes, that crazy "number one fan" from Misery. (of course, you're probably only talking about *real* nurses....)
    Genene Jones is said to be the inspiration!
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    Quote from noahsmama
    Commuter, what, exactly, is the point of this post?
    I would think just for something completely different.

    Also, it's easy to forget that there are always random psychotics in all walks of life. It's a good call to be mindful of what other nurses have in their hands.
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  9. Visit  TheCommuter profile page
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    Quote from noahsmama
    Commuter, what, exactly, is the point of this post?
    Quote from echoRNC711
    Nurses are no different from the rest of the population. Why would we think we are exempt from deviant behavior ? Kind of a macabre topic
    There's a reason why I included a paragraph-long disclaimer at the very beginning of the article before diving into this topic which points out that some readers might feel that the topic of killer nurses is inappropriate, unbecoming or distasteful on a forum for professional nursing. Anyone who is extremely disturbed by the subject matter or believes there's no point has the option of not reading it.
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  10. Visit  dirtyhippiegirl profile page
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    r/t the medical profession, since all serial killer RNs that I can think of have been covered, is Dr. Shipman who may actually hold the record for the largest number of victims. At least in the Western world.

    Have always had a fascination with criminology and serial killers in particular, myself.

    Jane Toppan is another...interesting...nurse killer from the 1800s.
    Last edit by dirtyhippiegirl on Nov 11, '12
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    Quote from dirtyhippiegirl
    r/t the medical profession, since all serial killer RNs that I can think of have been covered, is Dr. Shipman who may actually hold the record for the largest number of victims. At least in the Western world.
    There are masses of other serial killer nurses. Click on the website link below. It will take you to a blog posting with a long list of female serial killer nurses.

    The Unknown History of MISANDRY: Sicko Nurses: Female Serial Killers
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  12. Visit  gonzo1 profile page
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    I bet there are long lists of killer cops and I remember hearing of some killers in EMS and firemen who start fires.
    I always enjoy your articles Commuter. Just wish there weren't so many bad people out there.
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  13. Visit  redhead_NURSE98! profile page
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    Michelle Michael, nurse practitioner, convicted of killing her husband with rocuronium and setting her house on fire to make it look like he died in the fire.

    Death Without Mercy - CBS News
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    Stephanie Stephens an RN in Mississippi, murdered her husband (a cardiac doctor). The Other Woman - CBS News


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