‘Lewis Graz Fall‘ is a very popular song, especially for fans of the Beatles. It was originally composed by Lennon and McCartney in 1970. It was subsequently covered by several other artists. Among them are Florence Bolger, Aileen Wuornos, and Katherine Reeves.
During a whirlwind period in Lewis Gratz and Katherine Reeves’ lives, they both had to deal with a violent mother. Aileen Wuornosz, known as the “American Boogeywoman”, was a woman who was notorious for her vicious behavior. She was convicted of killing seven men during a single year between 1989 and 1990. She was sentenced to life in prison. She was also the first woman to be a serial killer in the United States.
Katherine Reeves was born in Pennsylvania, the United States. She had one sister. Her father, Lewis Gratz, and mother, Katherine Reeves Royce, had a marriage between 1928 and 1932. When they divorced, Katherine Reeves was raised by her father.
When Katherine Reeves was in her twenties, she fell in love with Lewis Gratz. They married and had a child together. During their marriage, they had a serious argument. It is believed that Lewis Gratz Fell got a restraining order against his wife after they married.
Amongst a slew of marriages, Lewis Gratz Fell’s marriage to Florence Bolger was a corker. The duo had three children, a half-dozen dogs and a few cats. They settled down in Florida, where Lewis Gratz Fell devoted his life to running a local yacht club. He died in January 2000. The best part was he was 92 years old, at the time of his death. The sad news is that his former wife is now in jail. A restraining order may have prevented that particular calamity. However, the court system did not stoop to the level of the olde hark oh.
Lewis Gratz Fell was a man of few words. He was a businessman at heart, who specialized in a variety of high-tech industries. He had a brother, Henry Fell, who was a mechanical engineer. He was married several times, with one of his more noteworthy wives, Florence Bolger, dying in 1975. His marriage to the aforementioned Aileen Wuornos lasted nine months.
Aileen Carol Pittman
During her childhood, Aileen Carol Pittman grew up with her biological father Leo Dale Pittman, a child molester. She had an older brother named Keith. They lived in Rochester, Michigan, USA. Her mother, Diane Wuornos, was only fifteen when she married Pittman. She later gave birth to two children with him.
When she was twelve, Aileen discovered her paternal grandparents. She was adopted by them at age thirteen. Her grandfather was a pedophile. Aileen started to engage in sexual activities in school. She began working as a prostitute at fourteen, at a place in Florida known as “the pits”. She had a hard time surviving in prostitution. She spent her money on luxury items. She was on drugs.
She was an anarchist. She blamed poverty for her vile nature. She wanted to become famous like the damsels she had seen in the movies. Her life was a shambles, but she had to survive.
She was tracked by state police fingerprints on the vehicles of missing persons. She confessed to killing six men in 1989 and 1990. Aileen was sentenced to death.
Having never had a father, Aileen Wuornos was raised in an abusive family. She also grew up with another alcoholic. She was in her teens when she first started working as a prostitute. She considered herself an anarchist and blamed poverty for her vile nature.
At age 14, Aileen gave birth to a baby boy. The child was placed up for adoption. She then travelled around the country, searching for work. Eventually, she ended up in Florida, where she killed seven men.
She was arrested twice. The first time was when she was accused of stealing a vehicle. The second time was when she was accused of assault. She was also charged with resisting arrest. In addition to this, she was also charged with obstruction of justice.
When Aileen Wuornos was a teenager, she met Tyria Moore. They became involved in a series of criminal adventures under false identities. At one point, they were in Scranton, Pennsylvania. They had conflicts with each other at the time of their murders.