Tari McNeil

Tari McNeil
Mary Frances Creighton (book is still in progress)
Mary Frances Creighton is a Depression Era wife and mother who was arrested, charged, tried, and convicted for the murder of Ada Appelgate. Mary Frances Creighton was executed in Sing Sing Prison’s Electric Chair on July 16, 1936, as the legal atonement for her crime.

This was not the first time that Mary Frances Creighton had been accused, charged, and tried for the arsenic poisoning death of a person. She had also been arrested, charged, and tried for the arsenic poisoning deaths of her brother, and her mother-in-law. She was acquitted in both deaths.