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1. Dr. Crippen - this was a case made famous because it was the first time a murderer was caught using what method?
2. What was the profession of Herbert Rowse Armstrong who was convicted for murder in 1922?
3. This schoolboy was sent to Broadmoor Mental Hospital for poisoning his family in 1962, he was released in 1971, and poisoned again. What was his name?
4. Adelaide Bartlett was charged with the murder of her husband in 1886. What was she accused of using to murder him?
5. Dr. Thomas Neill Cream gave his deadly pills to a particular group of people. What were they?
6. Florence Maybrick used arsenic obtained from where to poison her husband?
7. What name did poisoner Jean-Pierre Vaquier use to sign the poison book in the chemist shop where he bought it?
8. Susan Barber used a household poison to murder her husband, what was it?
9. Which two people did Edward William Pritchard poison?
10. When she was released in 1904, Florence Maybrick published a book about her experiences. What was it called?
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