Mary Bell and her husband Henry lived in a cottage nestled in the woods during the late 1800as. They were a very happy couple until the day they lost their only child Mabel to tuberculosis. It really hit them both hard which turned their whole world upside down. Henry started drinking pretty heavily and paying less attention to his wifeas needs. Resentment was setting in from his wife and she decided she had enough and with a couple pinches of arsenic Henry was dead. Mary Bellas love for men soured from that day forward turning her heart as cold as ice.Mary Bell and her husband Henry lived in a cottage nestled in the woods during the late 1800as.
|Title||:||Arsenic and Old Lace|
|Author||:||Drac Von Stoller|
|Publisher||:||Drac Von Stoller - 1941|