The Most AWFUL Woman Ever: Dorothea Puente's House of Horror | Making a MonsterApr 30, 2023
How do you explain the body in the backyard two and a half feet down with clothes on and
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dorothea's mass murder trial can grandma stay-at-home is the prime suspect sacramento police begin the gruesome task of digging up the side yard of a apartment
housematched them up in their yard then cashed their social security checks they found us all buried in the boarding
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womannext door or anybody's grandma definitely didn't look like a siri this was a great news for sacramento and this was burton's landlady date i think it's become a circus i found it hard to accept that this friend of mine was a mass murderer police digging up front and back yards of guest house they have now found seven victims and fear that more bodies will be located as the excavation continues.
This neighborhood has gained considerable notoriety since bodies were first dug up in the side yard of this home each day the verdict or jury was out. I felt that I was in favor of him. definitely good because i know she killed those people i haven't killed anyone my conscience doesn't bother me the jury remains hopelessly deadlocked i'm appealing to you
dorotheathat's what i'm saying it's nothing makes sense oh hello hello hello hello it's my face again swoop swoop swoop swoop swoop swoop swoop swoop ok hi it's great to be back. late and then borrow money always have free charging friends just like you know usually acting like a jerk you know well all of that would be a dream in heaven compared to the roommate from hell we are going to talk about today by the name of dorothea bridge she is she's wild now if you're seeing me for the first time hello I make docs and short films about cold cases true crimes and social media influencers who abuse their power and manipulate their audiences because as always say it's not drama , it is dangerous, now we also delve into the root psychology and sometimes we take it to the small university. stay ready for petty oh and speaking of quick announcement the new official petty university clothing release season 2 summer school collection will drop in my next video next week im so excited you can finally get your hands on the new collection.
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We are going to delve into some of the psychology in gambling and give you ways to identify possible pathological liars in your own life how you can handle them and what you can do to protect yourself too now with all the sweeping documents i will break this into three parts the detailed timeline of events inside the mind of dorothea bridge and how they approached granny panty mcfuckface sorry i'm still working on a good title for that part now before i go on while you know i sometimes instill meanness in class to lighten the mood so i can learn some of all this too and make it a little more digestible.
This story is not as light as if these were real victims and I want to express my deepest condolences to their families and who they were. close to them no one deserves to be interrupted the way these victims were so we have a quick backer and then we will delve into the forgotten dark side of dorothea
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alcoholics and horrible parents his dad was a cotton picker and his mom was a worker which i really can't say here so i'll call him a night worker in addition to bringing customers back At the house, Dorothea's mother, Trudy, would frequently travel for days at a time to see clients, where she would leave Dorothea and her siblings with their alcoholic father or simply leave the children in a room with some food and heads. out to a party or work or whatever so fancy and dorothea's dad was super unpredictable now obviously alcohol addiction doesn't make someone inherently dangerous but he was furious when he drank which obviously isn't good for that the children be around, he allegedly also threatened that he was not alive in front of his children and once tried but survived and I understand that he actually fought in WWI and was injured by a mustard gas attack and later passed away from tuberculosis , which was a direct result of the mustard gas injury. and dorothea was only eight years old at this time and was solely in the care of her mother until almost a year later her mother passed away in a motorcycle accident so it's a pretty terrible thing for a child at this point so now Dorothea is nine years old and lives. in orphanages where the trauma continues, she was allegedly rehearsed in the orphanages according to some sources, but it is not clear why Dorothea constantly lied about who she was and where she was from as if all the time she claimed that she was one of 18 children and was born and raised Raised in Mexico, for example, according to sources, Dorothea was finally adopted by relatives when she was about nine years old and they took her to live with them in Fresno, California, so Dorothea lives with her relatives in Fresno from the age of 9 to 16 years old when she strikes out on her own and goes to olympia washington and to support herself she becomes a night worker like her mother i mean this is what she has known growing up this is what she has seen this is what she has he's been shown up so you know he's nice out there in olympia doing his thing and he meets a client named fred mcfaul he was a soldier just back from world war ii now he's 22 and she's a night worker at 16 years old so you know hairdresser mcfaul fixes her and they get married like she's still 16 you guys are like 16 oh uh dorothea was called Sherry now take note because she changes her background and history and names all the time time and tends to lie like a lot. potential you have oh boy then she starts lying even more like she says she's a celebrity and the actress has royal family connections lying becomes a big part of her so Fred and her are on Nevada and has two daughters. that they are both immediately put up for adoption once they are put up for adoption and one is given to family members as she was clearly not going to be a mother to these children and about three years after they were married Fred had had enough and divorces her now Graceful Dorothea only says people who died because I don't know anything says bitter divorce how to make up death gave us permission to dig in the yard and look around and then we dug we found what looks like the remains of a human being like that that now that fred's gone, he's back to night work and he's not paying the bills or rather, he's not paying the bills for the lifestyle he wants, so he starts doing fraudulent things, you know, i'm forging checks and stealing the fraud stuff try the fraud stuff she's 19 working nights stealing drinking and now forging checks well she catches up quick and she's arrested for forging checks and lovely dorothea gets a year in jail jail but apparently the prison system was in bad shape back then I also know it's shocking because he only served three months and that three months was like a master class in con you know it's almost like the inmates are playing a game of bingo and the cards are like fake how to steal without getting caught but you know she is honing her craft here so see the prison system reforming shitty criminals into better cool criminals but you know as part of her trial they gave her an evaluation psychological and the doctor who performed it said he was doing all this lying stealing and forging because he attributed his self worth to his possessions which I think is a common thing maybe not like all lies but like many of us we attribute our value to the things we have are good, family, we have children, our friends or material things, but the doctor said that he had low self-esteem, which means that his childhood was a smoking pile of garbage, so it makes sense that the doctor also concluded that I'd probably do this over and over again if I didn't get some sort of intervention like hello doctor, like give some hints in case somebody's interested in doing it again, so I don't know, maybe I'll be on the lookout, but you know it's 1948, no one cared about these warnings so guess what happened once she got out of jail she left like she was on probation for three years but she just walked away instead i'm going away so there was an order of arrest against her but like they can't find her and honestly they didn't even look it's 1948 it's not like she's tweeting with geographic locations so i don't know so it turns out dorothea headed to san francisco where she would go back to work in the afternoon and grimes darling so now her name is and i am i know i am going to sacrifice this taya and in 1952 she meets and marries her second marriage to a swedish man named axel johansen which leads to a toxic marriage of 14 years
makingit more fun their newlywed happiness faded very quickly when axel realized she was lying basically like everything i'm just lying ok i just don't know what else Way to say, she and Axel moved to Sacramento, which is the first time Dorothea goes to the city where she will become infamous now as Dorothea starts her hospitality career in Sacramento and opens a brothel under the guise of an accounting firm, ok dorothea whatever you want to call it so this way you can be in the industry you know best but you don't see clients in person anymore now i don't i don't i know if you ever ran a bouillon salon but i guess it could be Hard to hide that information about the loki from your landlord.
Something gives me that sneaky suspicion that this landlord was no different. he was suspicious and he finally called the police so the cops pretended to be customers like it was extortion to see if it was a brothel and of course ding ding ding and they said um hey uh you can't have a brothel they didn't say it like that i don't know why i'm talking like that anyway so dorothea got arrested again this time she was sentenced to only 90 days in sacramento county jail but soon after she was released axel's argument and she arrives to be like new levels and axel has actually committed her to a mental hospital after a series of drunken, lying and criminal behavior and similar attempts to lose her life and this was at dewitt state hospital in auburn california where the doctors she was diagnosed asa pathological liar with an unstable personality and requiring antipsychotic medication i want to break and get off this case for a quick moment and get a little bit of your big picture because everyone knows that's how we do it in a swoop doc i was i was interested in Knowing a bit more about pathological liars and the medical research around it's not entirely clear where it seems some cases are attributed to mental health disorders while others aren't attributed to that at all, but I thought in case If any of you feel there is a pathological liar in your life that could be causing you emotional distress I wanted to go over some of the signs so we could better understand as I think it helps us identify potential harmful behaviors around us according to a medical journal.
Non-pathological lying is commonplace and is not a sign of any disorder. pathological lies lie compulsively and without any clear benefit to themselves there have been some attempts to delineate the differences between pathological lying and non-pathological lying, but more research is needed to make the appropriate distinctions a key feature of pathological lying is that has no obvious Motivation which I found really interesting, it is usually possible to determine why someone has told a lie to benefit themselves or to avoid an embarrassing or stressful social situation, but pathological lying occurs for no clear reason and does not seem to benefit to the individual, so the thing that causes pause for me, as with Dorothea, is that as you'll see as the story progresses, Dorothea actually lies for a clear benefit to herself, so I'm not sure if the pathological diagnosis is one hundred percent correct, but that's the way it is. most of her most egregious lies have yet to be told in this part of the story, although I think the pathological assessment may have made sense in the beginning when she was only lying about people she knew and liked famous friends and where she was . of which is still a bit selfish in a way that drives her in the eyes of others, but regardless of her lies, they inevitably get worse at protecting her wrong doings the later we get into this story and according to further research, people who often lie.
They are not necessarily pathological liars. The most distinctive feature of a pathological lie is that it does not have a motive, therefore a person who frequently exaggerates stories to appear more interesting or constantly lies to cover up mistakes they have made is unlikely to be pathologically Lying These are clear motives that promote special interests Pathological lies are easy for others to verify and can ultimately be harmful to the person who tells them so quickly and then we'll get back to the story. Here are some helpful tips on how to deal. with a suspected pathological liar if there is one in your life avoid involving the pathological liar in many cases we as humans are good barometers if you feel someone is lying to you do not make the person comfortable by nodding or laughing at it a look blank might do the trick to shut down the lie and like it's not true like you've ever been talking to someone and you're like your lips are moving but you're just telling lies and I know it and you like to stare at them and you're just like you remember it, like when you walk into the house and you're past curfew and grandma's sitting there in the rocket chair, she doesn't say anything, she's just looking at you while you're telling your story and she's like fine, other stuff what can you do call them sometimes it's perfectly fine to point out something isn't adding up and you can certainly attribute it to yourself saying you know I'm confused for some reason can you explain again that confrontation doesn't mean creating a discussion but create an acknowledgment that the information is not adding up?
You had a flat tire and you ran out of gas, but according to the gps on my device, you were at the club the whole time. I am a little confused. How can both be true? Since that's not what you told me, can you help me understand because I'm a little confused? People who tend to lie generally seek some kind of power over others. If you can step back and appear modest you might actually become the person on top and convince the person to explain things so you can assess it and then believe nothing until you confirm it is always good when you talk to someone who lies frequently to remain neutral detached and focused should weigh everything they are told against the facts and ultimately don't argue or fight with the pathological liar don't argue or confront the liar because you will use circular arguments to degrade him and possibly create more lies to use in the future possibly against him you will never get to the truth even with the use of intimidation its best to take a step back avoid the pathological liar and keep a safe distance so hopefully some of that information be helpful huh if you feel comfortable sharing please leave me a comment. and let me know if you've come across someone who seems to be pathologically lying and like what you could have done to help prevent them from causing you stress.
I would be very curious to read that okay let's get back to the case now that her disappearance is highly suspicious well you know I didn't think I would ever have to remember everything and that's okay so axel and dorothea or sherry or tia or whoever whatever's going on right now uh they divorced in 1966 ok so axel gave it his good 14 long years don't call him a quitter but after all that she still goes by axel's last name and renews herself like a sweet christian lady of the night named sharon johansen so cool that a couple of years later in 1968 she meets a guy named roberto
puentei'm sure you know from the last name where this is headed now i should point out this guy is 20 years old younger than dorothea she's 39 right now and he's like 19 or 20 and they get married anyway but it's been speculated that this marriage was actually just roberto's fast track to us citizenship and not like true love, so oh no roberto i guess you get it get it they were only married 16 months before dorothea accused him of you and he ran away to mexico before the divorce could be finalized so it wasn't actually finalized until 1973 , but this lovely slut kept the bridge name for the rest of her life.
Can you imagine being Roberto and you're like I just want citizenship and now you took my name for the rest and now everyone thinks when they hear the name I'm sorry Roberto it's ok it just has to be like that sometimes you guys know what I am sorry i can we can we can just take it to little college real quick i can't take it anymore ok launch the intro dorothea dorothea listen bring it bring it listen listen you got caught doing afternoon work forging checks lying stealing running a brothel you have a sentence of one year three years as if you were in your third marriage, can you just?
I don't know, it's not right, I'm sorry, I just canceled a class. The next dishonest gift that Dorothea set out to make was to run a boarding house in Sacramento for people who needed help who couldn't get it elsewhere she took in alcoholics drug addicts people with mental health problems displaced people and disabled people like her really focused on the periphery of the society where these people might not have had families or caused problems at other facilities and she knew that if she was their caretaker, she could get money from the government, as well as set up the social security money for the people themselves, as if she really she became known and respected in the community by establishing scholarships and funding charities. the particular boarding house was at 2100 f street which is really weird to me because this is not the house she is famous for that house is literally down the block at 1426 f street she is just walking down the block, so while she was running this home care facility.
The boy. This
womaneven married Pedro Montalvo for the fourth time, but it only lasted a week or so, so I don't know how I wish the wedding officiant. What are they called officers? I wish the person who does the same as you would take this person to that person or like the judge in court as if he starts saying no from time to time as if he appears in another white dress and the judge says no dorothea dorothea no the real point of this house was the dorothea grift i always know grifton ok granny granny grifter i know grifton grannies well she's not a granny yet but don't worry now she's coming the present here was she was taking the social security checks of her patients and charging them for her now this house was no joke like it had 16 beds now some were like real rooms where the highest paid patients lived and the rest were beds in the basement with curtains separating them like an emergency room in a hospital now the top floor everything was like dorothea like her living space and office with a bunch of fake diplomas and credentials to make it look like she was somehow qualified to run this place the real winner here the chicken dinner is great , so when the patients moved, the rule was that dorothea would help. they set up the social security payments and wrote those checks for him so they could live there.
Now most of these people didn't know they qualified for government assistance so it seemed like a free place to live and Dorothea was like getting paid for a long time, like many years, until finally the government found out and they didn't they were pretty cool with this arrangement like um excuse me um now they only found out because one of their patients got out one day and got arrested and locked up for quite some time and while he was in jail his government checks were still cashing like he if you're going to bribe you need to know when to hit the pause button dorothy at least wait for him to get out of prison and then you could ripped him off again so eventually the police got curious about how and who was cashing these checks because it certainly wasn't the guy who was in prison the checks were for, so in 1978 she was indicted and convicted of cashing 34 of her patients' checks she was given five years probation, a four thousand dollar fine, and a 12 month ban. life of running any kind of home care facility ever again, now she also had another court ordered psychiatric evaluation and this time she was diagnosed with schizophrenia, which may or may not be accurate. resources eventually outdated and understanding of mental health disorders they had at the time and other doctors didn't agree with that assessment so I'm just putting a pin in that okay it's time for more crime honey so dorothea was supposedly doing her regular crimes while on parole forging checks and stealing but just a year later in 1979 she decided she would have another shot at the caretaker griff because really if you get a lifetime ban of being a caretaker, naturally, that means you should be a caretaker again great, but as a known criminal in Sacramento, she knew she would have to change her image again and this time taking the image of a sweet old lady, she started dressing like a grandmother, as if she had stopped dying her hair and let it go gray. some granny glasses the polka dot outfits and he started lying about his age saying he was 10 to 20 years older than he was i mean this heifer is dedicated to the griff you know what i'm saying ew but unfortunately this hustler granny is at about to get much, much worse and then much worse and then unimaginably worse like and then everything will go to hell in the next two years so buckle up the first of the worst is when Dorothea meets Ruth Monroe the son of Ruth, Bill Clausen, remembers his mother fondly. she was great i mean she was my mom i'm gonna say she's great but she was her she raised five kids on this obviously she loves it and harold is now in the hospital full time and has no motivation to run the cafe with dorothea as if she was worried about what to do after harold dies and dorothea seizes this opportunity like the piranha she has been and invites ruth to live with her at 1426 f street which will sadly turn out to be a fatal decision where we moved her there on easter sunday 1982 and she died april 26 two weeks later i saw my mother every day from the time i moved her there i passed by on my way home from work the last three days of her life seemed like i was i got sick and when i went there i realized i had a drink in her hand and my mom didn't drink so i asked her i told her what is that and she said it was a drink that dorthia made herself to calm down his nerves so the last day bill saw his mom she couldn't talk and he spent time with her and held her hand mom was laying there i sat at thehand, I touched her and told her that dorothea is taking care of you. well and there was a tear coming out of her eye and that was it, she didn't say anything the next morning.
I got a call from my brother telling me that mom was dead. Honestly it's so heartbreaking when bill arrived at 1426 f street the coroner had already taken ruth away and dorothea told bill that ruth had not lived and the toxicology report stated that ruth had died of a codeine and tylenol overdose And that was the first death at the now infamous 1426 F street house in Sacramento, but sadly it wouldn't be the last, so now Dorothea sees exactly what she can get away with and starts her caring business all over again. Is she going against the law?
Yes, very against the law, but nonetheless, she has her home care business going again and brings in people like malcolm mckenzie, an ex-prisoner who came to live with dorothea, but this time malcolm goes to the police and he accuses dorothea of drugging him and stealing his pension the checks sound familiar the police investigated and on august 18, 1982 dorothea was found guilty of three counts of robbery and sentenced this time to five years in prison so they know how to do it granny personal con man better for prison time you must be so proud now y'all remember when that doctor said without some intervention and counseling dorothea would do this again yes well he was right imagine the wonders of medicine too bad no one cared who did the digging there for you, who dug all these trenches, I think John does something like me.
I tried, but I can't. I couldn't. Arthritis or something. it's pretty bad at the moment so while in prison dorothea became pen pals with a 77 year old man named everson gilmouth and she seduces him through her letters like ew she's just the worst so she and everson are writing letters back and forth and of course, due to the prison system, dorothea is set to get out in three years instead of the five she was sentenced to. By the way, why do we do that? By the way, let me know in the comments because I'm confused on the prison system.
Regardless, Everson is eagerly awaiting her release. He moved from Oregon to California in her red van to be closer to her. He opened a joint bank account with her and when you are released from it, they move back to you. She guessed it. 1426 street f. If the same. damn house she murdered ruth supposedly they still knew ruth didn't live but regardless the same damn house y'all really like what's going on i have so many questions how is the ending you know it's short time and you know who ends up missing pen pal everson sweet everson just looking for a partner disappeared oh and guess who was picking up the checks for everson that fake old dorothea that's who i don't know why i said that like that carol baskins sometimes joe exotic just comes out and he's the worst and ok i'm gonna leave that there so rewind a second so how did all this happen to your pen pal everson? and he passes now she needs to get rid of the body but without anyone knowing so she can keep collecting the checks so disgusting dorothea hires ishmael flores a local handyman to build her a box let's get this six foot by three foot by two foot for her books oh and she also sells him a nice red van ironically like everson's van for a good price and ishmael builds the coffin i mean a box for his books then dorothy says hi ishmael can you help me to move this box of books to a storage place that's pretty far away maybe we could use that red van i sold you and ishmael is like okay nothing suspicious about that and then on the way to the storage place dorothea says hey ishmael you know thinking about it ok i dont want this box of books anymore you can stop here by the river bank and dump it on the side of the road then we can go home ok thanks and ishmael says ok that sounds good come on bro , as I do, just bruh like the box is literally the exact shape of a coffin, it's heavy as this woman gave you her missing boyfriend's truck saying she doesn't need it anymore and all of a sudden she's like, 'oh you know what, all these books and things are now rubbish to me, let's dump the coffin box on the river bank and just like leave ishmael like you know better ishmael like don't let old granny panties fool you ishmael ok we talked about this sorry now meanwhile grandma dorothea panties kept collecting everson pension while writing her letters. family telling them he had been sick and she was taking care of him and that's why they hadn't heard from him, I mean real whole grain audacity like, can you imagine how evil that is? back to her boarding house, a care home at 1426 f street, like this house, it could house up to eight tenants at a time and she would fill it with the same fringe of society that other boarding houses would not accept and the rules were very clear to stay at home you give grandma panties your government checks she takes out the cost of living and puts the rest back to the borders now dorothea had been up to the scheme for a long time and knew all the tricks like i know how to claim disabilities to get the most out of government checks but you know how i could get even more money by disappearing this girl was literally as cold as ice she makes ice balls the worst now 1987 was a year too busy for dorothea granny panties mcevil face now order is a little hard to keep because well it's not like dorothea keeps a detailed journal of being you know lemme lemme check my notes oh yeah a garbage ass garbage garbage but i'll do my best to piece this together in february 1971 a 77 year old woman named betty palmer was placed in dorothea's care sweet miss betty palmer arrived and she was a girl she was a lively woman as i feel miss betty would have been great fun to know as she had done. a wonderful sense of humor the tenants loved her she just brought a real sense of joy, laughter and vitality to the house which was probably very healthy for the other tenants after staying in the house for a short time things changed for the clothes of bed like many others.
Miss Betty got very sick and you could tell she was sleeping a lot more, like she knew all her essence was sucked out of her, which makes me really sad, honestly, every time I think about these victims, especially the fact that they have lived a long life. and to just lead to this I just like I don't know if I think about it too much I get really emotional so go on uh on August 19th 1986 they supposedly took Betty to a doctor's appointment and she was I never saw her again and Dorothea did the right thing as always, like she was telling people that Betty's family had come and picked her up to go home. the person who disappeared because you know why they know they think they are with their family but sadly what happened to innocent Betty was so much more disgusting and would go down as one of the most heartbreaking cases to come out of that house to no where to compare , it is suspected that the cowardly Dorothea probably drugged Betty for a time and took her lifeless body to what is now called the death room.
It was a separate empty room in the house that Dorothea essentially designated as the place to take bodies after the drugs had their way. with the victims this is what we would call the death room this is where he would bring his victims after he had drug induced into their alcohol and he would place them here on the floor this is what these rooms looked like back then some of these refuge images are not has seen on tv before that dorothea would initially leave the victim in the room but of course you can't leave a victim there forever so she decided hey let's bury the body in the yard but disgusting dorothea too He thought about if someone finds her. betty on the floor then they can ID betty and suddenly dorothy is in big trouble because you know that in dorothea's mind killing someone is not a problem remove any identifying parts including hands, feet, teeth and head of Betty, once innocent and vibrant, and wrapped her remains in the nightgown she was wearing and, in the middle of the night, dragged poor Betty down the stairs
makingas much noise as possible.
Imagine where some of the tenants reportedly heard sounds but didn't know what was going on so they ignored it because they know who's thinking oh that must be doodoo dorothea dragging our roommate downstairs right on the stairs , that's how she got her victims out right here she had some unknown details it's always been our opinion that someone helped her it's just we don't know who we're doing dorothea then she takes her body out to the front lawn she dug a hole and buried her there and i'm like how no one saw this and then dorothea had someone put concrete over betty so no one would suspect anything had happened and it was later found out that dorothea had betty's ID in her possession but dorothea had actually put her own picture on top of it and it was using to cash Betty's social security checks and may have taken about seven thousand dollars in benefits listening as I did the math and that seven thousand dollars taken for inflation would be a little over eighteen thousand two hundred dollars today so that dorothea literally ended up with poor betty palmer for a measly eighteen thousand bucks like how disgusting now remember how i said this was a busy time for trash dorothea well it actually killed several people huh in 1986 only in 1987 now unfortunately It's time that I can't go into all the details of each victim because this document would be too long, but I don't want to disrespect them in any way, so I'm trying to at least mention everyone as they were. real people who deserve to be remembered Granny Panty Mcface notwithstanding so in February 1987 78 year old Leona Carpenter was placed in Dorothea's care and Dorothea quite liked her for the simple fact that it was easy to steal money from Leona, but like Leona's health. started failing her instead of helping her get further medical care dorothea finished her off as betty using the death room then burying her in the garden in july james gallup 62 was placed in dorothea's care after she died underwent brain surgery to remove a tumor if you can imagine going through that and then going through what ultimately happened.
Dorothea was left in charge of his medication. I'm sorry. The coping mechanism is sprouting right now. Can I be petty for a moment? I need a break can anyone tell me why decrepit dorothea was put in charge of I don't know literally the welfare of any human being after being literally charged and found guilty of elder abuse financial fraud aka money theft of elderly and claims? being a caretaker and not only that but she was arrested at this exact house on F street where people died or disappeared under mysterious circumstances like she was accused of drugging someone in that house but Dorothea served a time she went out and left moved back in the same house and did it all over again and you're telling me no one was suspicious enough to check in and be like hey tried and convicted dorothea um has someone been missing lately accosting someone lately steal checks lately like what in the real whole grain gluten free sugar free apple cider vinegar with a garnish of fish oil is that how no one stopped by and checked this out?
She had a probation officer just like her. We do not hold anyone else in the system responsible for not doing so. their jobs to prevent someone like that from ever doing it again in the same damn house I'm fine sorry for the rant this mess really girds my loins ok y'all gird your loins I needed that little comic relief to get back back to the story so james gallup is a tenant in the house and it's amazing that he disappeared soon after we moved in just you know poof gone and by gone I mean they finished it up and put it on the patio which at this point is becoming in a mass grave now in oct '62 year old vera martin moved in and dorothea moved her into the yard and in 1987 a 67 year old woman named dorothy miller also disappeared from the boarding house and a 55 year old man named benjamin fink i'm not kidding , this is so many people who were struggling with the disease of alcohol addiction also disappeared and their story is especially disturbing on one particular night the tenants said that dorothea took benjamin upstairs and told them she was going to make him feel better and as you can guess he was never seen alive again now i want to take a moment and focus on a gentle giant named bert as his story really breaks my heart and he is also a fundamental part of this case so alvaro bert Montoya was born on September 8, 1936 in Costa Rica.
He was described by people whothey met as a gentle bear of a man and i mean look at him there's something so sweet and innocent about bert that really touches my heart now sadly bert didn't have an easy life for much of his life burt was experiencing homelessness and was bouncing off the streets to different shelters while simultaneously living with untreated mental health issues, including schizophrenia, and it should be noted that there is a spectrum with schizophrenia, not something that everyone accurately represents. the clichés we used to see in movies like these are real people just needing mental health support but sadly they don't always get it which is why someone like dorothea really infuriates me so in february 1988 when burt was 51 .
Judy, his social worker, recommended him to live in Dorothea's boarding house, who had developed a closeness with Bert as she really felt for him and the struggles he was facing and wanted to see him finally taken care of and to remember that many people passed and passed. that boardinghouse without a hitch and dorothea as among her heinous acts managed to gain a great reputation as a place of healing for the elderly and those living with addictions and those dealing with mental health issues and many medical facilities and social workers referred clients to i live there so sweet and unpretentious that judy took bert to rotten dorothea's guest house and judy even inspected the place and interviewed dorothea gross granny told them like all the typical lies that she had been a nurse in the war that she was 70 when he was actually a lot younger like I wouldn't be surprised if he baked them a damn apple pie just to come close the deal and things were going good for a while like bert was thriving in a way judy hadn't seen before like he was well fed had a clean haircut and clothes and he really seemed happier here now can you compare detox to pension?
Do you like detox? better than rooming house or did you like rooming house better than detox better in a morning house ok if we could find a good rooming house for you you would prefer but of course without Judy or Bert knowing, Granny Grifter didn't wait long and actually listed herself as Bert's cousin to the government so she could steal his checks. This goes on for a while and then one day judy just stops hearing from burke, they had been so close and he suddenly wasn't getting close anymore. It was weird so she went up to dorothea and of course she got a mouthful of lies, the deceitful dorothea had told judy that bert had left home of his own free will to go live with his family in mexico , you know, as usual, oh, she just got up and left without saying goodbye, sorry I told so many people before, but judy was very suspicious, especially since she knew that bert didn't get along with his family and that she would never go with her brother, especially without telling him that gentle bear was found out too. bert had told some staff at a local detox center that dorothea was forcing him to take medication he didn't want and so judy called grandma grifft and said listen ok she didn't say i did it but i felt it was implied she said listen grandma if i don't hear from bert very soon i'm going to call the police that's right this is ridiculous and boy what happened next i just never wanted to slap grandma's wrinkles they're as bad as i get every time i think about this so judy gets a call from a man who claims to be bert's uncle of all things who lives in utah and tells her to judy who came to the boarding house to pick up bert and brought him to live with him in utah as if i didn't care and grandma grift could open the door with some curlers a hat a sweater of floral plants knitting a rug grandma was It's taking the taste out of your mouth at this point, okay, you? disappeared as the gentlest, most innocent man who just needed someone to care about him and then you tell these lies she can she can catch these hands on weekdays and twice on the weekends because I just can't go back to that so after getting this highly suspicious phone call judy files a missing person report for bert in november 1988 which was actually the first report ever filed for someone missing from the house which is really sad but also underscores part of the reason of dorothea from targeting particularly vulnerable groups of people as if she knew that society often shunned impoverished people and honestly couldn't care less if they disappeared or died on the streets as if it was a terrible and inhuman problem that still plagues the world. fabric of our current society but I digress so Judy files the police report and a police officer was sent to the guest house and luckily the police officer went to the house to investigate and the panties they opened the door and pretended to be helpful, she showed him around the house and even introduced him to the eight Tenants still living in the house, the officer asked them a few questions and essentially they all told the same story as Dorothea He said that Bert had just left with his uncle for Utah, but he had never been as excited for a butt as the officer. he was leaving one of the residents named John Sharp passed him a note asking if he and the officer could meet at a separate location around the corner so the officer and John Sharp would meet and Sharp would tell him the wildest thing: the - A story that sounds like a wall, but as we know, the truth is usually stranger than fiction.
Sharp told the officer that Dorothea threatened all the residents to lie to the officer and that Bert had not gone with his uncle, but that no one had actually seen Bert. since september which of course went on with judy who suddenly stopped listening to burt but then sharp's story got even worse he told the officer that other people had disappeared without any explanation that there were terrible smells coming from one of the rooms this is what we would call it the death room that his room was directly under the stairs and that he had heard loud banging on the stairs at night as if something was being dragged up them and Sharp even said he thought bert might to have been killed and buried in the yard because he had noticed fresh holes in the ground that filled up quickly without any noticeable work being done in the yard to explain that after hearing all this, the officer thought Sharp's story might be credible , so he turned it over to the homicide team to investigate further thank goodness then came November 11, 1988 the day everything started to fall apart for granny stinkbreath so detective john cabrera another officer and dorothea's probation officer, they asked her where you've been. of his parole now while the probation officer and another officer were talking to dorothea in the kitchen detective cabrera searched the house and found no sign of burt i asked dorothea i said look i will be able to tell the social worker what we are looking for and we didn't find anything and she was kind of ok with that ok you know that's good and then I said I have one more question for you can I dig in your garden?
The detective told Dorothea that according to what Judy, the social worker, had. they said they'd like to go digging in the backyard to which grannypanty said oh well i'm sure you have a lot going on why don't i just hire some people to pick you up and you come back in a bit. What and she says why don't we do this? Go back to the office. I know you have a much better job to do than be here and then I'll make a call. I'll call some people. I'll come here and they'll dig for you and then you can come back.
I thanked him and told him you know we're here. We have the shovels. We'll go ahead and dig if there's anything to dig up. of place, we'll do everything we can to get it back, you know what she was like and then she says she's fine and that's when we went out to investigate. I only know that this detective was looking at her as if she were a woman. shut up okay now the three men only had two shovels so they actually borrowed one from Granny Panties she says here you go you need another one anyway the three start digging in different areas in the backyard and, in about 40 minutes, John begins digging up small pieces of cloth. and what he said looked like leather and then his shovel hits what he thinks is a tree root and he's pushing and squashing it with the shovel trying to get through it and he just can't so I dig a little bit and I hit something that I think at that point it's a root because there's a big avocado tree about 10 feet from there so I thought I just hit one of its roots and I'm hitting and hitting and hitting on this what I think. be a tree root trying to cut it in half but it won't break you know i decide it's not going to do any good and i started to pull and it finally came loose i looked down and at my hand i'm looking at it and i know right away it's not the wood of a tree I had enough knowledge to know that this is a human bone and it looks like a leg bone a femur bone listen can you imagine realizing that this thing you are now holding in your hand is someone's leg and that cloth it was his clothes and that leather was his skin that you were ripping now the only thing they noticed here was that this leg had been here much longer than bert had been missing and very close they found a woman's shoe so they didn't find bert they found someone else and it really haunts me like they found bert first like they stopped digging because he was the only missing person on file idk so they take dorothea to the police station and i interview her and oh girl we have a video of that interview, okay, so you actually started living there in 1978 and you lived there until 1982 until May, when you were sent away and then you came out in September 1985 and you've lived there. since they sent me to prison in September of '82.
Then first officer John asks his name and we can already see that he is lying from the beginning, but John doesn't know that you, so you have Dorothea Montalvo and you . You are also Dorothea Puente I was born poison and uh I was married to a Montalbao and I was married to a point you were born in Montalvo true then they got into bert Montoya and how all this started to come back clear you know how all this thing started was because of this last one individual, right montoya, now his disappearance is very suspicious, I can tell you that even the things that you said, uh, didn't even fully connect with what the other individual told us when he talked to you there. there were a lot of inconsistencies in her statement well you know I didn't think I would ever have to remember everything and that's fine I mean I can understand you explaining that to us but there are a lot of inconsistencies and the inconsistencies of Dorothy and how judy the social worker, she hasn't heard from him in two months and she was on very good terms with him and how he wanted to leave the house move out of your house he didn't want to stay there anymore and then we talked to mr. sharp mr sharp says he hasn't seen him in three months but you said the other day yes the social worker hasn't seen him so who's lying to me who's lying but I'm not a social worker he says I was wake up. in contact with montoya until about three months ago is fine and she says she hasn't heard from him, well he didn't really want to see them but she had always tried, she went to detox once.
That's fine, yes, and he told him a detox, get me out of your house, I don't want to live there, and the social worker was on very good terms with him, as far as she was right, and when he suddenly disappeared, she began to think what the hell is happening here, and then she she has inconsistent things about you tell me the guy was from uh you didn't know where he was going and she got a phone call and she says you told her he went to utah i mean there's a lot dorothea i don't understand i don't know where was the man going to take it okay but I mean there's a lot you see what I'm saying there's a lot of inconsistencies there and then we got to oh I don't know the body they found in the backyard the other issue is this you know we go and talk to you be real nice about it and then we ask your permission you didn't even have to give us permission to look but you were cooperating you said sure you gave us permission to dig in the yard and look around and then we dug and behold, we found what appears to be the remains of a human being, clothes and everything, but yes it was if it was alvaro you know no, I don't think it's alvaro I don't think alvaro if he were on the ground it would be that decade then he asked about a bit of concrete that he thought was fresh that used to be a ditch and asked about a shed that looked like new and he keeps asking how long has this concrete been there and what was there before the shed was there plants plants and garden and gardener all the dirt and stuff ok but it was too much for me to keep from breaking oh I know I know yeah it would be like it was clear the detective knows there has been a lot of investigation on the property over the last year or a few and somevery recent and he keeps pointing at it and then asks Dorothea if she's investigating. who did the digging back there for you who dug all these trenches i think john does something like i tried but i can't i couldn't arthritis or something no i have heart problems and i can't lift anything very heavy, okay?
John did most of the digging when he needed it, well, not always, I mean, sometimes I had, what do you call it, odd jobs? ever john ever told you about something john sure could have put something in that hole i dont think he had a quadruple bypass or whatever you know whatever he does he has to how about mr kelly no he never has she has given him a bad leg and finally he gets to the point there are one or two things that I can assume it is fine and that is that Mr. Montoya is dead no he is not I am trying to assume this and then we will try to clarify this that he is dead and that either he or john mccauley or it was melvin john killed him or that maybe he found foul play with your hands that's that that's my alternative I don't know but my other alternative is the fact that somewhere in that yard butt dorothea who is lying maybe together with other people is not right and I'll also tell you that we had this same information a year ago a year ago a year ago yes a year ago oh wait wait wait a year ago what the hell john john john, what have you been doing last year if you knew there were bodies in the yard? to show them that there's no one there if we have to dig we're going to do it right and now the social security check shows up and this all looks kind of familiar except now the people are gone we're going to find out if the checks are okay the social security checks and i know you've been through you've had some trouble with that ok i know i remember when you were arrested and you were on the beat do that i admitted that to finish the trial good but still you were convicted and sentenced to that's well worth the similarities are there the only professional the only thing that's different now is the fact instead of taking something and letting it go you get rid of them and nothing has ever been found now here's a man from costa rica or ten bucks two who nobody really cares like in fact like mr kelly said he says hello when you're nobody or nobody nobody cares that you disappear you're a transient or you're a bum or you're an alcoholic a lot of people think that nobody cares i never cared because of him i bought him clothes i treated him very very well have you seen ben cheat around him normally he was a regular in town and you know what but he has lived in marysville dorothy if he had been in marysville they would have arrested him and then he says if he had known that the body was there I wouldn't have let you look in the garden maybe it's not there I want to know I want you to be honest I didn't even know that body was there okay if I had it I would have said no don't look for the thread you know but I don't have anything to hide that i don't want to go back to prison well i realize i'm not a lady any sense is what i'm trying to tell you i'm appealing to you i'm appealing to you dorothea that's what i'm saying it's nothing makes sense so she's doing fine no i was able to drag a body which the detective is okay with i heard this a year ago a year ago i heard this i didnt have it a year ago no no he heard about other people you know what i heard i heard hey dorothea in the streets 1426 f killing people and burying her her backyard how do you explain the body in the backyard two and a half feet down with clothes and all like when you find out how old she is and you see I had nothing to do with it but then again detective john cabrera says he's been hearing rumors about this for a year dorothea do you really think i'm guilty do you want me to be honest with you yes i'm going to be honest with you dorothea i think you're somehow involved it may not have been by your hand, but it's because of someone's hand and I think you're very, very scared right now, so he just says it.
I think you realize that this is all over. it's over it's over because we're going to discover that garden and you've lived there and that's why dorothy I'm saying right now that this is all over I'm wrong I'm lying I haven't killed anyone and what I have I've been there I have my conscience it doesn't bother me when i confessed my other things and went to prison that's why i was glad to get it off my face and that's why you'll never rest and you have no intention of going back to prison i know and i don't know if you would honestly tell me i don't know right now if i would you say that if you did yes would you tell me yes well fine dorothea i guess i'll just believe you because if you did you wouldn't be able to take the pressure and things like this they just dug up a body in her garden and she's like what was i?
How did that get there? I'd like to dig some more, okay, and that might involve digging up that concrete where those flowers are okay. Do you have a problem with us digging or none? It's okay because you don't have to let us watch. there it is, we're going to dig some more and Dorothea is perfectly fine with it and with that they let her go, wait, I'm not sure if I said that right after this interview, they let her go, okay I said it, I said it right. like that in the cilantro infused avocado oil is going on here like they found a body in his yard they know she's at least a part of it and we'll let her go back to the death house so we can dig up some more bodies, I just don't know what's up, so after Dorothy has had a good night's sleep in her own bed, a large team of crime scene investigators show up with a ton of equipment and even like one of those bulldozer things 14 26 and that's one of the occupants melvin mccauley and he's back there he's watching them dig can you see they've got some concrete right in that area to dump his area here crawl now at this point the word had gotten out and now the media was gathering in front of the house as Dorothea watched from the upstairs window and then told the detective that she was getting very anxious with all the media and people around and asked if it would be okay if she went to the nearby clarion hotel to have a fresh cup of coffee so cabrera not only agreed to this but she said you know take your things and i'll walk you there and this is important because guess what is the last time dorothea puente would be in the house of 1426 f street took off so detective cabrera walks her to the hotel and then when she comes back guess what they find oh not much just another human leg at which point everyone else says wait where is dorothea ?
Maybe we should arrest her or whatever. Well, guess how grandma's gone. She's not having coffee at the hotel. John, oh, I really like it, come on, man, just like you. I feel like you're better than this. the body is found, this one is wrapped in blankets, while the previous two seem to have been thrown on the ground, so four innocent bodies were found on the second day, so now we have a total of five people and the police call the social workers and try to find out the names of all the people who had lived in the house so they could match who they were finding and on the third day the csi team breaks down the shed in the backyard and finds two more people buried there, which which brings the total to seven people who were murdered and buried in dorothea puente's backyard, including bert montoya, who had been the reason they were searching in the first place and the last body found was actually the first to be found. he killed betty palmer well it's not the first because dorothea had already killed her friend ruth and had listened to her pen pal everson before she remembered all this but what's super disturbing about that is they never found the hands or head of betty which only adds more sadness to a terribly sad story apparently on the run dorothea took a cab from the hotel to a bar in sacramento had a couple of drinks then took another cab to a bus station in stockton california sorry for the fact that she took a moment to have drinks is amazing but then she took another cab to a bus station in stockton california where she then caught a bus to los angeles i mean i guess in 1988 a little old lady could get away pretty quick , but how long can he be gone now by the way? now it becomes major international news like they are reporting this story all over the place and dorothea now stays in a motel room until on the fourth night she becomes restless like she can't make it through a couple of days and so on while lives lost they are being dug up from her yard hideous gritless granny just couldn't help herself to attempt one more crime she had changed her name to donna johnson and went to a bar where she met a retired man named charles wilgus she starts harassing charles with questions about his welfare checks his pension and suggested they move in together you know all the casual things one says to someone you just met in a bar now for some unknown reason suddenly charles went home thinking something was off all good with brilliant dorothea well done charles and listen to this like he turns on the tv and you don't see a news story about cheating dorothea with the news saying she has been charged with murder and is on the run so charles did the only rational thing to do someone would do in that situation he asked her out, moved in with her and handed her his pension checks.
He just kidding. the news network released that information to the detectives, which I have to say, as you know, applaud Charles for doing the right thing, but also if you ever come across a known fugitive who buried a bunch of people, don't call a reporter just call the police ok a few hours go by and the police show up at the royal viking motel where dorothea doo-doo-head is staying and of course when she opens the door she gives them a fake name but after that the police ask for identification, she is fine. okay my name is disgusting dorothea just kidding she obviously didn't say she identified herself i mean come on she got and you know what this woman said while she was on a plane being escorted back to sacramento she told an interviewer no i've killed no one but i cashed the checks i used to be a very good person at one time i used to be a very good person at a time dorothea i know i'm being a little colorful right? now i feel really bad for the girl dorothea who grew up with such horrible parents and i fully understand that that could have influenced her overall development and in other circumstances i would be more forgiving of some bad behavior that most people like could get involved, but this heffa was clever as if she were scheming and supremely devilish and she had known exactly what she was doing for years.
She knew that she was not only deceiving innocent people, the most vulnerable people, but she knew that taking her life was also terribly wrong. Otherwise, she wouldn't have bothered to hide it all, you know, and when I think of her saying that she used to be a really good person at a time like that, she tells me that she understands that what she's done is a wrong person, so it would make me think a Once more that her pathological lying was not a compulsion but preservations now during the autopsies more of Dorothea's plan came to light that's when they discovered that the seven people buried in her backyard had a drug called fluorazepam in their system, the trade name of this drug was dolmane and it was essentially a strong sleeping pill and it was the missing piece of the puzzle like finally showing the police how she was able to get the upper hand on the victims who were larger and could have easily overpowered her so they now prosecutors believe Dorothea drugged her tenants with fluorazepam and then suffocated them in their sleep, presumably with a pillow, but just because there were seven bodies buried in her backyard doesn't mean those are all the bodies, right?
The police began asking neighboring police departments about unsolved cases to see if there were others connected to dirty dorothea and sure enough, the body that was dumped by the sacramento river in the makeshift coffin, that is, the box, turned up. and they were finally able to ID him as everson gilmouth and also ruth monroe a friend of dorothea's, so now the police are charging her with nine murders, seven of them tenants at 26 f 14th street. the one who built the coffin box that dorothea put everson in and he helped her dump it by a well on the river bank ishmael was arrested for accessory to murder now admitted he built the box for dorothea admitted he drove her with dorothea and he dumped it in the river and he also said he didn't know what was in the box like no I just don't I just don't believe him sir I don't believe it anyway Ishmael was released on bail and eventually , because they couldn't convict dorothea for murdering emerson ishmael can't be convicted of accessory to murder so dorothea's trial lasted over 50 days so it's very long but i guess you basically have nine cases here so you have to test them and it will take a long time so the trial startedlate 1992 and ended in 1993 with prosecutors calling dorothea cite the coldest, most calculating female killer the country has ever seen 156 witnesses testified she drugged her tenants with sleeping pills choked them to death in their sleep and then he hired convicts to bury them in the backyard so now I don't know honestly I don't know what the hell happened in the jury deliberations but the juries deliberated for over 43 days 43 which is the longest in California history as really thats a record at one point they went to the judge and said they were stuck 11 out of 12 thought she killed them all but one fucking jury thought there was a chance they could have died of natural causes but you know the judge was like jordan peele no i'm not on my watch you're not going to spend all this time and you're not coming back without a verdict go away and find out all this so now the defense at trial didn't even deny it. she stole their social security checks they didn't even say she didn't bury them in the backyard her defense was simply that the victims died naturally and she buried them in the backyard and kept cashing their checks now eventually and luckily the jury came back but with only two first degree murder and one second degree murder, guilty verdicts count four, we the jury in the above titled case find defendant Dorothea Montalvo Puente guilty of the second degree murder of Leona Carpintero, a misdemeanor Including Juvenile Of That Defendant On Count Four Of The Informational Verdict Count Five We, The Juror In The Case Titled Above, Convict Defendant Dorothea Montalva Puente Of The First Degree Murder Of Dorothy Miller As Charged In Count Five Of The Verdict informational charge seven we the the jury in the above titled case finds defendant dorothea montalvo puente guilty of the first degree murder charge of benjamin fink according to the charges in charge seven of the information like what the hell i mean it's so clear that she He is guilty of all of them, right?
Don't know. I think so. Now, in passing sentence, the jury was also back in a seven-to-five deadlock on the death penalty, so in December 1993, 64-year-old Dorothea was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. and he held back his tears until he walked out of the courtroom you know he was disappointed dorothea is very upset but the jury worked hard and diligently and we are going to urge them to vote life without parole and we think that is how this should end case thanks dorothea could you tell us not very well not very well she was crying i have no comment to make you have to be pleased though i am happy and related she passed away in prison at the age of 82 in 2011 dorothea never confessed and maintained her innocence saying that all his victims had died of natural causes and you know what granny just go away cause i can't poop bye ok it's time for a kitty palette cleaner hello my sleepy pig everyone say hello to pork chop , he's very sleepy and probably a little disturbed now that i woke you up from your neck but you're so cute oh you didn't like that oh you're air kissing so like i mentioned get all ready the new collection of Little college clothing summer school will be coming in the next video.
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I want to take a moment to send my deepest condolences to the victims, friends, family, and caregivers like Judy for what they have had to endure through all of this, while society has had a long history of neglecting those who don't. have a home living with undiagnosed or untreated addictions or mental illness, they are still human beings worthy of not only life and compassion, but worthy of being remembered when they are gone, all too often the most vulnerable become in the most beleaguered and when that happens if their cases are ever investigated often the one who took their lives is remembered much longer than those who were kidnapped too soon so I'll take another moment to reminisce to the victims of this hideous
monster, those of us who know and celebrate their lives, so we have ruth monroe everson gilmouth dorothy miller benjamin fink leona carpenter alvaro bert montoya betty palmer james gallup vera faye martin and the potentially countless others whose names remain unknown I hope that despite what this woman did despite the hardships they may have faced i hope that in time those who loved these people will find some kind of healing and that in time their memories are a blessing that is all for now i'll see in the next one real soon and in the meantime i hope we all just be a little kinder to ourselves and those around us and when all else fails let's just keep being petty 'everything has this class fired foreign swoop
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