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1. Lesbian Vampire Killers | Tracey Wigginton Documentary

  • Duration: 1660
  • Channel: tv
Lesbian Vampire Killers | Tracey Wigginton Documentary

Tracey Wigginton (born 1965), known as the Lesbian Vampire Killer, is an Australian murderer who achieved notoriety for killing a man in 1989, supposedly to

2. Crime Documentary - The Sandra Rozzo story

  • Duration: 2507
  • Channel: fun
Crime Documentary - The Sandra Rozzo story

Viewer discretion is advised. Some may find this content disturbing. This is a documentary I found interesting. Sandra Lee "Sandee" Rozzo was a Pinellas Park, Florida bartender who was shot to death in her home on July 5, 2003. Her casual acquaintance, Timothy "Tracey" Humphrey, and his wife Ashley Laney Humphrey, were convicted of her murder. Timothy Alvin "Tracey" Humphrey (born Nov. 15, 1966) was Sandee Rozzo's coworker at the time of her murder. The two met at a Ybor City, Florida nightclub in November 2001 where Tracey worked as a doorman and Sandee was a bartender. Tracey had a long previous criminal record of convictions for motor vehicle theft, kidnapping and aggravated assault. The following February, Tracey was arrested for felony battery after allegedly beating and sexually assaulting Sandee. Tracey was due to go to trial on that charge on August 4, 2003, one month after Sandee's murder. Ashley Christine Humphrey (née Laney; born Oct. 13, 1982) was working at Planet Smoothie in Brandon, Florida when she met Tracey Humphrey at a local gym in 2002. Ashley and Tracey married on July 4, 2003, one day before Sandee's murder. On July 5, 2003, Sandee Rozzo was shot to death in the garage of her Pinellas Park, Florida townhouse after returning home from her shift at the Green Iguana, a local bar. Sandee's coworker Tracey Humphrey became the prime suspect. Tracey had an alibi however, claiming that he had ordered a pizza to his Brandon, Florida apartment at the time of the crime. This was verified by an acquaintance, Tobe White. Further investigation however, revealed that his wife of one day, Ashley Humphrey, was not at home during the crime, as cell phone records indicated that Ashley was actually in Pinellas Park, Florida when Sandee was killed. Ashley Humphrey was arrested for the first-degree murder of Sandra Rozzo and her husband Tracey was charged with a federal firearms possession. But while she was in custody, Ashley Humphrey decided to cooperate with authorities. She had admitted that she shot Sandra Rozzo to death, but claimed it was at the behest of her husband. In her statement, she told vivid details about the plot to murder Sandee. In addition, Ashley also gave up details to another failed murder attempt against Sandee. In a plea bargain, Ashley was allowed to plead guilty to second-degree murder in exchange for testimony against her husband. This gave prosecutors enough evidence to charge Tracey Humphrey with first-degree murder. Timothy Humphrey's murder trial began in February 2006. As part of her plea deal, Ashley testified against her husband. Under oath, she testified how she waited hours for Sandee to get off work at the Green Iguana, and then followed her back to her Pinellas Park home, where she fired eight shots into Sandra Rozzo. Timothy Humphrey testified in his own defense, stating that the killing was Ashley's idea. The jury did not find him convincing. He was convicted of first-degree murder on February 25, 2006. Even though he faced the death penalty, jurors opted for life without parole, believing that it would be a harsher punishment than death in this case. Timothy Humphrey is serving his sentence at the Everglades Correctional Institution in Miami, Florida. Post-conviction, he was sentenced to an additional 15 years for a pre-trial escape attempt in April 2004. On March 10, 2006, Ashley Humphrey was sentenced to 25 years for murder. She is scheduled to be released from prison on December 13, 2028, she will be 46 years old.

3. Crimes And Trials - "Brisbane’s Killer Vimpires"

  • Duration: 1632
  • Channel: tv
Crimes And Trials -

Crimes And Trials - "Brisbane’s Vampire Killers" --- Uploader: forthedishwasher --- It was one of the most bizarre and shocking crimes in Australian history. In 1989, Tracey Wigginton and her lesbian lovers stood accused of killing a Brisbane man and drinking his blood. The ensuing trial was one of the most sensational ever to hit the nation.

4. Tracey Wigginton I am a vampire

  • Duration: 1844
  • Channel: school
Tracey Wigginton I am a vampire

On the evening of October 20, 1989 a middle-aged council worker, Edward Baldock 47, was on his way home from drinking with his mates, when he was approached by a vehicle with 4 women inside, Tracey Wigginton and lesbian lover Lisa Ptaschinski along with 2 female friends, Kim Jervis and Tracey Waugh. Taking advantage of the state of his intoxication, one of the women, lured him into their car. They proceeded to drive to a park on the Brisbane River near the South Brisbane Sailing Club at West End. It was at this location one of the women namely Tracey Wigginton, enticed the man from the vehicle with the promise of sexual favors. Instead what followed was a gruesome attack that left the man with so many stab wounds to the back and chest, he was virtually decapitated. The crime was not over until Wigginton drank his blood. His body was discovered early next morning by members of the public. Found in one of the victims shoes was a cash card bearing the name of Tracey Wigginton. This led to the early arrest of all four women. During the trial, Tracey Wigginton, a self confessed female vampire, told the jury she did not live on solid food but that of pigs and cows blood which she obtained from the local butcher. On quite a number of occasions Wiggintons lover Lisa Ptaschinski said she would slit her wrists so that Wigginton could drink her blood. Based on her obsession for human blood, all 4 women schemed up a plan to kill an innocent victim in order for Tracey Wigginton to have her craving of blood satisfied. It was this information elicited by police as well as their confessions in the interest of the occult and vampires which led to this homicide being referred to as “The Vampire Murder”. The Verdict Tracey Wigginton and lover Lisa Ptaschinski were both sentenced to life imprisonment. The other 2 women involved Kim Jervis was sentenced to 18 years jail for manslaughter later reduced to 12 years, and Tracey Waugh was acquitted after her defense barrister argued she had played no active role in the murder and had tried to stop Jervis from taking part. Release Tracey Wigginton was released from the low-security Numinbah prison farm at 6.30am on Tuesday 11th January 2012. According to a spokesman for the Department of Corrective Services, she was then taken to private accommodation. Conditions of her parole, is that she make no contact with any of her co-offenders or the victim’s family. She is also prohibited in any way of making financial gain by selling her story to any media organisations.