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Source: North Carolina Department of Corrections Blanche Kiser Taylor Moore (born February 17, 1933) is an American convicted murderer from Alamance County, North Carolina.
At least in part due to this, she was known to switch from quoting scripture to sexually explicit topics in the same breath. The evidence presented at trial tending to show that defendant killed for financial gain includes, but is not limited to, the following: (i) in April of 1986, Reid visited his oldest son, Ray, and stated he had given defendant ,000 because she was unemployed; (ii) Reid also informed Ray he wanted defendant to receive one-third of his estate should he die; (iii) defendant began telling others she was Reid's fiancee and displayed a family heirloom as an engagement ring; (iv) defendant, during a brief period of improvement in Reid's condition, commented to a nurse that she wanted to take care of Reid's interests and felt his will should be changed naming her as the executrix; (v) defendant contacted an attorney about coming to the hospital to have Reid execute a will; (vi) defendant asked a nurse to recopy a scrap of paper containing notes for the will; (vii) on 2 September 1986, an attorney came to the hospital, reviewed the new will, and executed the will for Reid since, due to his continuing state of paralysis, he was unable to sign his name; (viii) the new will named defendant as the executrix, gave her power of attorney and left her a one-third share of the estate; (ix) after Reid's death, defendant took Reid's sons to the bank to close out his account and told bank personnel that Reid was "doing fine"; (x) defendant told Reid's sons that since she was the executrix of their father's estate, she was entitled to one-third of the insurance proceeds; (xi) each of Reid's sons paid her a portion of their proceeds from the life insurance, representing her alleged one-third share, even though Reid had never changed the beneficiary designation to include her; (xii) Reid's sons later contacted the attorney for the estate and learned they were not obligated to share the insurance proceeds with defendant; (xiii) defendant refused to return the money the boys had shared with her; and (xiv) defendant received ,384 from the insurance policy plus her distribution from the estate, all as a direct result of Reid's death.
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Taylor (her first husband) / Raymond Reid (her boyfriend) Method of murder: Poisoning (arsenic) Location: Alamance County, North Carolina, USA Status: Sentenced to death on January 18, 1991 Blanche Taylor Moore Date of Birth - 2/17/1933 Date of Offense - 10/7/1986 Age at Time of Offense - 56 Prior Prison Record - None Location of Crime - Alamance County, North Carolina Co-defendants - None Race and Gender of Victim - White male Crime Committed: In 1989, police began investigating Moore after her second husband, Rev. A doctor ordered toxic testing and determined his illness was from arsenic poisoning.
He somehow survived the ingestion of large amount of poison over a week’s time.
In 1962, she began an affair with Raymond Reid, the manager of the store where she worked.