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Crime History: Live-in 'nurse' gets electric chair for elderly killings

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On this day, Dec. 7, in 1938, Anna Marie Hahn was executed in Ohio for poisoning and robbing elderly men and women in Cincinnati's German community to support her gambling habit. Hahn offered her services as a live-in "nurse," despite a lack of training. After convincing the men to include her in their wills, she poisoned them and cashed in. In 1937, Hahn and her son traveled to Colorado with...

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