Poison: From Steeltown to the Punjab, The True Story of a Serial Killer

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A renowned forensic pathologist rules her collapse is from unknown causes. He is unaware that an exotic Indian poison, strychnine, killed her -- and the one who gave it to her was her husband, Sukhwinder Dhillon, in order to collect insurance money. Shortly after Parvesh dies, Dhillon returns to the Punjab, India to claim a new young wife and dowry, then marries two additional women. One of these is poisoned and dies. His twin newborn babies from the first of the new wives also die suddenly. Dhillon returns to Hamilton, enters into a business partnership with a friend of his, Ranjit.

Soon Ranjit, too, is poisoned and dies, and Dhillon is the life insurance beneficiary. Again, a forensic pathologist is flummoxed by the cause of death.

It is only when an understated yet scrupulous insurance claims investigator, Clifton Elliott, visits Dhillon to process the claim, that the scheme starts to unravel. By chance Elliott had dealt with Dhillon before, for his claim on Parvesh's death. This time, Elliott calls police, an investigation into two homicides begins, led by investigator Warren Korol.

Strychnine is found in Ranjit's blood. Parvesh's old tissue samples are tested again and strychnine is detected. Korol and his Indian-Canadian partner, Kevin Dhinsa chase the case to India, investigate Dhillon's crimes, exhume bodies.

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The legal twists and turns of a double murder trial follows -- and a mistrial declared when witnesses from India are unveiled as imposters. The murders arethen severed into two trials. In a dramatic courtroom scene, Dhillon is unable to sustain the lies and is convicted of Parvesh's death. In the second murder trial he is convicted of his friend Ranjit's murder. From Steeltown to the Punjab.

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The True Story of a Serial Killer. Teeth and fists clenched, it felt every muscle flexed without pause, as though a bolt of lightning ripped through her spinal chord, igniting every fiber, raping the nervous system. Her back arched, muscles contracting violently, teeth pressed together as though in a vise, freezing her face in a grotesque mask.

Risus sardonicus was the Latin name the old forensic pathologists gave it: The sardonic smile. The death grin.


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Poison begins with a beautiful Indian-Canadian woman collapsing in front of her family at home dying an agonizingly painful death. Police are not called to the scene, and a renowned forensic pathologist is stumped over the cause of Parvesh Dhillon's demise. But soon another gruesome death strikes the Indian community in the city known as "Steeltown" - Hamilton, Ontario.

This time it's a young man.

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Again, the cause is a mystery. The beneficiary of his life insurance policy is a close friend named Sukhwinder Dhillon, a native of the Punjab in India and the same man who received a payout for the death of his wife, Parvesh,. Veteran insurance claims investigator Cliff Elliot is dispatched to interview Dhillon.

Elliot has his suspicions and calls Hamilton Police, who assign a charismatic homicide detective to the case, setting in motion an incredible international manhunt to catch a serial killer. Jon Wells, an Award-winning journalist, tells a gripping and exotic true story of multiple murder, exhumation, bigamy, and courtroom twists and turns. It is a story that took Jon into the blazing heart of the Punjab so he could walk in the footsteps of the investigators who sought to bring to justice a black-hearted and cold-blooded predator. Parvesh Dhillon, a beautiful Indian-Canadian woman, is at her home in Hamilton - in agony on the floor, back arched, teeth clenched, as though every muscle in her body is contracting until her heart stops.

A renowned forensic pathologist rules her collapse is from unknown causes. He is unaware that an exotic Indian poison, strychnine, killed her - and the one who gave it to her was her husband, Sukhwinder Dhillon, in order to collect insurance money. Shortly after Parvesh dies, Dhillon returns to the Punjab, India to claim a new young wife and dowry, then marries two additional women.


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One of these is poisoned and dies. His twin newborn babies from the first of the new wives also die suddenly. Dhillon returns to Hamilton, enters into a business partnership with a friend of his, Ranjit. Soon Ranjit, too, is poisoned and dies, and Dhillon is the life insurance beneficiary. Again, a forensic pathologist is flummoxed by the cause of death. It is only when an understated yet scrupulous insurance claims investigator, Clifton Elliott, visits Dhillon to process the claim, that the scheme starts to unravel.

By chance Elliott had dealt with Dhillon before, for his claim on Parvesh's death. This time, Elliott calls police, an investigation into two homicides begins, led by investigator Warren Korol. You Killed my Daughter. A PathologicalGreed. Chemical Cocktail. Crocodile Tears.

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