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Deadly Wives: Nancy Kissel *The Milkshake Murder*

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Robert Kissel
Robert Kissel

Hong Kong confronts the two Mrs Kissels
‘Milkshake Murderer’ Nancy Kissel Loses Final Bid for Appeal
Kissel bid to appeal against second murder conviction
Kissel’s new appeal bid blasted by her in-law
Hong Kong rejects American Nancy Kissel’s final appeal bid in “milkshake murder” case
No Regrets for Kissel 11 Years After Banker-Husband Death
An affair, a milkshake and a guilty verdict
Two Kissels, Two Murders
Murderpedia: Nancy Ann Kissel
Wikipedia: Murder of Robert Kissel
Blood Brothers
Kissels Of Death
The $18 Million Orphans

Books
A Family Cursed: The Kissell Dynasty, a Gilded Fortune, and Two Brutal Murders
Never Enough

Movies/Documentaries
Snapped: Poisonous Love
Passport to Murder: High Stakes in Hong Kong
Dateline: Blood Brothers/The Milk Shake Murders
The Two Mr. Kissels
48 Hours: Blood and Money
Deadly Concoction

Nancy Kissel
Nancy Kissel

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5 Responses

  1. I REMEMBER WATCHING THE MOVIE THAT WAS BASED ON THE MARRIAGE FROM THE “MILKSHAKE MURDER.” SUCH A SAD, SAD MARRIAGE. THIS WOMAN WAS RELENTLESS IN TERMS OF ALL THE THINGS THAT SHE THOUGHT THAT SHE DESERVED OUT OF LIFE.

    SHE MARRIED A VERY WEALTHY, INTELLIGENT MAN. UNFORTUNATELY, SHE USED HER SMARTS IN ORDER TO GET WHAT SHE FELT THAT SHE WAS ENTITLED TO. NOW SHE’S RUINED HER LIFE AND HE IS NO LONGER AROUND DUE TO HER SELFISHNESS! MAY HE REST IN PEACE AND MAY GOD HAVE MERCY ON HER SOUL.

  2. “Never Enough” is a very good book covering this case.

  3. There’s also a decent Dateline episode about this case, called “The Milkshake Murder.” I can’t remember if Keith Morrison narrates that one, but he’s one of my faves; he would make a recitation of the Yellow Pages sound interesting.

  4. don’t leave out Letti Strait and her present-day husband, Terry, who are charged with the murder of her ex husband, Charles Cammisano in Kansas City, MO.

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