Pamela Kruspe

Photo of Pamela Kruspe, an older woman with fair skin and brown hair. She is wearing glasses and a striped shirt; she is smiling at the camera.Name: Pamela Kruspe.
Died: March 27, 2017.
Age at death: 61.
Cause of death: Murder.
Location: Boynton Beach, Florida, USA.
Disability: Dementia, mental illness.

Pamela’s husband went to the assisted living center where she lived and shot her in the chest, killing her.

Pamela was the mother of three children. She was a marathon runner who also enjoyed cycling, and did volunteer work at a museum.

Perpetrator: Stephen Kruspe (Husband), charged with first-degree murder.

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Henry Wilson

No PhotoName: Henry Wilson.
Died: September 3, 2016.
Age at death: 70.
Cause of death: Murder.
Location: Ayr, Scotland, UK.
Disability: Chronic heart disease.

When Henry expressed a desire to die, his wife left out a dose of her medication for him and left the house. When she returned he was not dead, so she took a pillow and smothered him.

Perpetrator: Susanne Wilson (Wife), pleaded guilty to culpable homicide.

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Charlene Norris

Photo of Charlene Norris. She is a middle-aged woman with short permed blond hair and fair skin, wearing a black and white track suit.Name: Charlene Norris.
Died: June 8, 2016.
Age at death: 79.
Cause of death: Murder.
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.
Disability: Dementia, rectal cancer, chronic pain due to hip replacement.

Charlene was shot by her husband.

She was a retired special education teacher.

Perpetrator: Jim Norris (Husband), charged with murder.

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Cindy Enger

Photo of Cindy Enger. She is a woman with pale skin and brown hair, wearing large glasses and a red sweater.Name: Cindy Enger.
Died: January 24, 2016.
Age at death: 51.
Cause of death: Murder.
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Disability: Depression, mother of autistic child.

Cindy’s ex-boyfriend shot her to death. He claims he did it at her request because she was depressed, and that there was a video of her saying that she had wanted to commit suicide; but police are still looking for that video.

Perpetrator: Joseph D’Arcy Schluter (Ex-boyfriend, friend), charged with first-degree murder.

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Susan Winters

Photo of Susan Winters. She is a woman with pale skin and curly strawberry-blonde hair.Name: Susan Winters.
Died: January 3, 2015.
Age at death: 48.
Cause of death: Murder.
Location: Boulder City, Nevada, USA.
Disability: Depression.

Susan’s death from poisoning with painkillers and antifreeze was initially thought to be a suicide. But her husband–a psychiatrist–was charged with poisoning her and trying to stage a suicide.

Perpetrator: Gregory Dennis (Husband), charged with murder.

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