Amy Archer Gilligan was once considered an “Angel of Mercy” within the small community of Windsor, Connecticut, where she was the proprietor of a small elderly care home in the latter part of the 19th century and the beginning of the twentieth century. But something in the way she ran her business just did not sit right with a local newspaper. It seemed that although Windsor stood as a much smaller community than the larger Hartford, Connecticut, more “accidental” deaths seem to be occurring in the smaller area. Investigators then learned that Gilligan was not the altruistic and compassionate being she portrayed to her neighbors.
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