Janie Lou Gibbs
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|Janie Lou Gibbs|
|Born||Janie Lou Hickox
December 25, 1932
Cordele, Georgia, United States
|Died|| (aged 77)
|Criminal penalty||5 life sentences|
|Motive||Life insurance money|
Span of crimes
Janie Lou Gibbs, neé Hickox (December 25, 1932 – February 7, 2010) was an American serial killer from Cordele, Georgia, who killed her three sons, a grandson, and her husband, by poisoning them with rat poison in 1966 and 1967.
- "Janie Gibbs" Mind of a Killer (DVD) Kozel Multimedia, 1998.
- "Judged Insane in Poisonings," The Associated Press, February 8, 1968.
- "Woman Charged in Death of Kin" The Associated Press, January 28, 1968.
- Vronsky, Peter (2007). Female Serial Killers: How and Why Women Become Monsters. New York: Berkley Books. p. 440.
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