Episode 33 The Giggling Granny Nannie Doss

From the 1920s until 1954, Nannie Doss was viewed as a loving woman, a grandmother who was as sweet as pie. But things are rarely as they seem. In 1954, this Giggling Granny as she became known, revealed that her weapon of choice in a string of murders was a secret ingredient she put in the pies she baked for her family.

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Nannie Doss AKA The Giggling Granny

Episode Sources
The Giggling Granny by Annette Ross
Nannie Doss. Encyclopedia of Alabama 5 September 2015
She Looks Like A Sweet Old Lady, But She Committed One Of The Most Shocking Crimes In History. Boredom Therapy.
Profile of ‘The Jolly Black Widow’ Nannie Doss. ThoughtCo.

Nannie Doss Booking Photo
Nannie Doss breaks into a smile after signing a statement for Tulsa officers admitting she killed four of her five husbands with rat poison. (Getty Images)

Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Pantherburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use.

Background Music “Almost in F Tranquility”, “Piano Music”, “Long Note One”, “Long Note Four”, “Colorless Aura” and “Ossuary 6-Air” by Kevin MacLeod. ”Alone” and “Atmospheric” by Purple Planet Music. “Last Train to Mars” by Dan Lebowitz. All music Licensed under Creative Commons

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