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As a young girl, Bristol-born Amelia Dyer watched her mother die in pain, and it is assumed this had a traumatizing effect on her. She qualified as a nurse and became a baby farmer, looking after others’ babies. After the deaths of children in her care, she was charged with neglect and served six months in jail. Later she spent time in a mental asylum but carried on baby-farming. In 1896 she was hanged for the murder of Doris Marmon, a child in her care, but is suspected of having killed many more infants.
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