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Episode 395: The French Maid Killer Martin Dumollard

11/23/2022
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Let's go trek through France in the late 1850's, shall we? Martin Dumollard witnessed his father's brutal torture and execution at the age of 4 and from that moment on, he became an unfeeling machine of mayhem. He robbed, assaulted and murdered his way through adulthood until finally, his terrorizing reign came to a fitting end.


Thank you to the majestic David White for research assistance!


Caledonian Mercury. 1862. "Trial of an Extraordinary Murder in France." Caledonian Mercury, February 4.

do moy yard, Martin. 1862. do moy yard the fiend : he violates fifteen young girls, steals their clothes, and buries them alive : a full account of his trial and conviction. New York, NY: National Police Gazette.

Green, Ryan. 2022. Crimson Petticoats: The Betrayal, Brutality and Bloodshed behind the French Maid Massacres. Independently published.

Shields Daily Gazette. 1891. "Gossip of the Day." Shields Daily Gazette, August 25: 4.

The Liverpool Mercury. 1862. "Fearful Series of Murders and Outrages in France." The Liverpool Mercury, February 3: 4.

The Morning Post. 1862. "Extraordinary Trial for Murder in France." The Morning Post, February 4: 3.

The Sunday Times. 1862. "Horrible Violation and Murders in France." The Sunday Times, February 9: 2.

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