56: Poisoning Patsy

56: Poisoning Patsy

Update: 2019-06-1413
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In October of 1987, a beautiful Texas socialite and businesswoman was poisoned with strychnine. It was in the bottle of NyQuil she often used to help her go to sleep. Patsy Bolton Wright was a share holder in the Southwest Historical Wax Museum in Grand Prairie, Texas. Less than a year after her murder, the wax museum was burned to the ground by an arsonist. Neither crime has ever been solved.

Research by Erica & Vincent from the Gone Cold Podcast - Texas True Crime

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56: Poisoning Patsy

56: Poisoning Patsy

Erica Kelley