The Poisoning of Patsy Wright, Part One: Something’s Not Right

Patricia Bolton Wright had everything going for her; the Wax Museum of the Southwest, her business in Grand Prairie, was a tourist draw and a local staple, she’d just purchased a ranch, and she was living her dream as a champion horse-cutting rider. On October 23nd, 1987, the healthy, wealthy, and happy 43-year-old died of mysterious circumstances. The Arlington police knew something wasn’t right, however, and their investigation quickly led to what killed her: strychnine poisoning.

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