145. Voodoo Queen Josephine Gray
Considered one of very few female African-American serial killers, Josephine Virginia Gray's husbands and boyfriends had a nasty habit of being murdered after making her the beneficiary of their life insurance policies.
Those around her believed Josephine's claims that she was a voodoo queen and practitioner of black magic. Intimidated by her powers, they refused to testify against her, lest she put a curse on them causing them to wind up dead too.
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