This week Evil Lives Here spotlights the disturbing case of so-called Black Widow Blanche Taylor Moore, who may have poisoned five or more people.
Blanche Taylor Moore as born in Concord, NC, in 1933 and first got married in 1952 to James Taylor. The pair had two children together, though their families would soon be subject to some strange deaths.
First was Blanche’s father, Parker, whom she had an on and off relationship with. He passed away in 1966 with what would later be seen as the symptoms of arsenic poisoning. In 1970 James Taylor’s mother, 83-year-old Isla, also died in a similar manner.
A few years later in 1973 Blanche’s husband starts to get
Murder Comes To Town will air the Zilpha Lowery murder case on Investigation Discovery this Friday. Zilpha Lowery, a Lake James truck-stop waitress, went missing more than 20 years ago in Marion, North Carolina. It took detectives over 10 years to find her body and solve the case. Her killer was a man named Robert Taylor (Robert Dean Taylor). The case, which was difficult to solve, will air under the Murder Comes To Town title, “Who’s Missing Now.” Zilpha Lowery’s family members, including her sister, will most likely appear on the show. Zilpha Lowery’s story was also featured on another Investigation Discovery show called Nightmare Next Door.
Taylor Swift certainly looks like she’s ready to jump back into the dating world shortly after her split with Tom Hiddleston. Earlier this week, the couple reportedly ended their three-month relationship after they discussed their future together, reports Us Weekly. Basically, Tom was more into Taylor than she was into him, and she didn’t like how publicized their relationship became.
Taylor Swift, 26, has made it clear that she’s single and ready to mingle. She has been spotted with Lily Aldridge during a girl’s night out in New York City, in which she rocked a sexy ensemble, according to Hollywood Life. Then, Swift made headlines when she made an appearance at the Tommy Hilfiger show at New York Fashion Week to support her BFF Gigi Hadid.
Lauri Taylor spent four years investigating her mother’s mysterious death in Mexico that was ruled a homicide in 2006. Her long journey to uncover what truly happened led to the memoir “The Accidental Truth,” which was published earlier this year.
“The Accidental Truth” documents the struggles with law enforcement, the ups and downs of the investigation, and the hardships her family endured until the truth was discovered. The investigation also uncovered something that shocked Taylor – her mother was suffering from a mental illness, a borderline personality disorder.
“The only reason for me to tell such a deeply personal story and to be so deeply honest is the message at the end of the book,” said Taylor, who grew up in Manhattan Beach and graduated from Mira Costa High School in 1980. “That is the reason that I wrote it. There are many families struggling with this. It’s interesting that it has