Daisy de Melker

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The name Daisy de Melker instills fear in the children of South Africa. She is the perfect example of what will happen if you don’t behave. She did kill her son after all, and her two husbands on top of that. But was it really her who killed them, or could she have been set up by someone else. Sit down, have a coffee, and let’s talk about the feared Daisy de Melker.

A lot of my cases are all focused in one area, I chose to cover Daisy case because I wanted to reach out to other areas and do more personalized cases that my listeners in those areas could relate to or had heard of before. I am so glad I did that.

While I was researching Daisy’s case my jaw was just on the floor, and I honestly really enjoyed looking up the different Poisons and how they affect the body if ingested (I am probably on so many watch lists now because of it). I also think I may have freaked my husband out into thinking I was going to poison him at first because he was not aware that I was covering a case that used poisonings as the murder weapon and I just kept shouting random stuff at him about the Poison.

But this honestly has been one of my favorite cases I’ve covered. I do feel like I enjoy covering the older a lot because they just feel so out of this world. I hope you enjoyed to listen to this case as much as I enjoyed to cover it! Lets keep everything in the comments positive, remember we are here to spread awareness, not hate! Thanks!

-LouLou


Sources:

https://www.geni.com/people/Daisy-de-Melker/6000000005824052007

https://www.sahistory.org.za/dated-event/daisy-de-melker-hung-poisoning-her-two-husbands-and-her-son

https://www.gauteng.net/pages/page/daisy_de_melker

https://murderpedia.org/female.D/d/de-melker-daisy.htm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daisy_de_Melker

https://www.geni.com/people/William-Hancorn-Smith/6000000009332335143


Disclaimer: There could always be false information through my podcast. I do my best to research things to give you the most accurately covered cases possible, but I do make some mistakes and I do apologize for it. Nothing in this podcast should be taken as 100% facts and if you wish to know more about the case, I highly recommend doing your own research.

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