Women who kill are often called ‘Black Widows,’ as was the case with Belle Gunness. However, one of the more prolific ‘black widows,’ in the opinion of Fitz, was Stacey Castor. Former FBI profiler and noted linguist James R. Fitzgerald examines this case as well as how the ‘black widow’ label can impede investigations as well as ‘glorify’ the killer.
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