Dorothea Puente, Alvin Neelley and Judy Adams Neelley, Elisabeth Broderick – all these names bring to light some of the most heinous and gruesome crimes ever committed. From running a boarding house and cashing the Social Security checks of elderly and mentally disabled people in Sacramento, California to kidnapping and murdering innocent victims, these criminals have shocked the world with their heinous acts.
If you are interested in learning more about these notorious criminals then you should watch the Lifetime original movie titled ‘Betty Broderick’, which tells the story of Elisabeth Anne Broderick who was convicted of two counts of second-degree murder for killing her former husband Daniel T. Broderick III and his second wife Linda Kolkena. This movie gives a deep insight into the harrowing events that unfolded in November 1989, when Elisabeth plotted this double murder.
The movie also sheds light on Dorothea Puente’s notorious activities. A serial killer who ran a boarding house in Sacramento, she took advantage of elderly and mentally disabled boarders by cashing their Social Security checks without their knowledge or consent. Those who tried to complain soon found themselves killed and buried in her yard.
Additionally, viewers will get an inside look into Alvin Neelley’s and Judy Adams Neelley’s actions as well – two American serial killers responsible for two torture murders that they each were convicted for. While Judy was sentenced to death by Alabama in 1983, her sentence was later commuted to life imprisonment in 1999 and has been serving it since at Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women in Wetumpka. Alvin too was serving a life sentence at Bostick State Prison at Hardwick until his death in 2005.
So if you are interested in delving deeper into the minds of some of America’s most notorious criminals, ‘Betty Broderick’ is an absolute must-see! It provides an insightful take on how such incidents can happen right under our noses while showing us how even justice can be hard to come by sometimes. Don’t miss out on this amazing documentary about true crime!