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Bertha Gifford Story to Be Featured on ‘Deadly Women’

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Posted: Friday, July 19, 2013 5:00 pm

The story of Bertha Gifford, the Franklin County woman who was charged with poisoning people with arsenic and tried in 1928 at the courthouse in Union, will be part of the new series, “Deadly Women,” on the Investigation Discovery Channel.

Marc Houseman, director of the Washington Historical Society Museum, who has given many talks about Gifford over the years, was interviewed for the series about eight months ago.

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