“I was searching for the perfect mate, the real romance in life,” says Nannie Doss after her arrest

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Recorded as a lonely American serial killer is Nancy Hazel, with a total of 11 murders from the 1920s to 1950s. She’s a woman who smiled with a motive of killing due to loneliness and life insurance money. This gave her multiple monikers — The Lonely Hearts Killer, The Giggling Nanny, Lady Blue Beard, The Jolly Black Widow, the most popular name was The Giggling Granny, Nannie Doss.

The Early Life of Nannie Doss

The lady who grew up to look sweet was born on November 4th, 1905 in Blue Mountain, Alabama. …


№ 7: $50 million was yielded from making people look ugly

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No idea where entrepreneurs come out as lucky, all I hear about is how much they invest in a business and thrive to get their business to the top.

The truth is, some people started small businesses as a joke, expected little result, and made a ton of money using strange strategies — they got lucky.

Here are some of the people that became millionaires, or even billionaires using strategies that grew their business from 0 to infinity to produce yield.

1. Erik Nakagawa Sold his Cat Memes Website for $2 Million

As they say, a world without cats is a world without fun. Just kidding, nobody says that.

On a…


They’re not Nigerian princes, yet they make so much money

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There’s a long list of moneymaking scams in history, and they evolve technically every year.

These scams, you may have fallen for one or two of them from internet scammers. Or maybe not. There’s a high probability that your teenagers have fallen for some through social media, though. These scam agencies have developed more than humanity expected, and they now take advantage of social media, most especially Facebook and Instagram.

That’s all they do—scam people out of their money, block them, and then move to the next victim. Social media is a happy prompt for them.

So, who would fall…

The first Australian woman to be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole

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Katherine Mary Knight was born on the 24th of October, 1955. She lives as the first Australian woman to be condemned to life imprisonment without parole. She was sentenced for the murder of her husband in October 2001.

Before the birth of Katherine, her mother, Barbara Roughan (Nee Thorley) had an affair with her husband’s coworker. Under such circumstances, she relocated from Aberdeen, New South Wales to Moree to secure a scandal-free life with her new lover (Ken Knight). The youngest two of Jack Roughan’s children moved away to live with their aunt in Sydney, while the other two stayed…

My sincerity from me to you

Hello everyone, I’m happy you clicked to read this. You’re probably my Medium friend, fan or follower if you saw this, and you most likely clicked to know where my name has been on Medium. Or you’re a curious fellow.

I’m a writer on Medium, I write about anything I fancy, by “anything I fancy,” I mean anything I feel the world needs to know about. I love expressing myself through words, it’s a lot more therapeutic than I imagined. I’m certain you might understand what I mean. However, these past few months, I took a break from writing —…

Lots of questions about the Airpouch looking like a shoulder boulder holder

The Airpods Max over-ear design is primarily what’s trending in many areas after the press release on December 8th. My guts tell me it’s going to be loved by Apple fans, even if the price might be a problem at $549.

AirPods Max combine a custom acoustic design, H1 chips, and advanced software to power computational audio for a breakthrough listening experience with Adaptive EQ, Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency mode, and spatial audio. AirPods Max come in five gorgeous colors, including space gray, silver, sky blue, green, and pink, and are available to order starting today, with availability beginning Tuesday…

A fraud tale

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A lot of people haven’t heard of Sophia Robin. She’s simply a married woman who could come out as friendly to many people. She calls everyone “dearest” and other names that hasn’t been confirmed yet.

Sophia Robin loves being called with her title “Mrs.” It’s unheard of how her behavior turns out when she isn’t properly called. My guts tells me she has a great relationship with her husband. Regardless of her personal life, she is a citizen of the united “state” of America, not states. She proudly works at HSBC bank in Milan Italy.

Address: Via Mike Bongiorno, 13…

Get your coke, chips, and popcorn; let’s settle down for the jist

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You’ve probably read all those making money on Medium articles and you became impressed with the whole platform. You said, “well if these guys can do it, I can do it too. I could even increase my writing skills too. It’s a win-win.”

Hoping on to Medium, you found the place to have a lot of ups and downs, you read articles on “Medium starter kit” “how to format articles on Medium” and advice on how to write 2 times a day to increase your earnings. You may have even bought courses and read Ashley Shannon’s writing advice every day…

Thank you, Medium

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A female millionaire named Ahmed Zengo offered me a sum of $10,500,000 but as you know I’m too rich to take up the offer. I mean I write on Medium and earn billions of dollars so I rejected. But you could take up the offer since you’re stuck with writing how much you earn on Medium for bucks. However, you have to follow these steps urgently.

Ahmed Zengo is a popular banker in Africa. Actually, she is not an African but she wants to be African as discovered by famous journalists such as myself. She is a manager in the…

Based on a real Medium story

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It was around late October to early November when I thought of writing the piece — for fun, but it was informative. It was something I thought of writing out of random, an idealistic title that popped into my head while watching a Japanese animation “A Silent Voice” on a cold midnight.

I wrote it after hesitation and convinced myself that it was moderately good. To me, it was something I’d like to read — not based on the topic but based on the writing style. My drafted story started with an introductory story, and it was concluded with an…

Winifred J. Akpobi

A medical student with a healthy mind writing about all that matters. Motto: creativity yields success. 💌 Email:

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