The Hazel sisters' teenage years were restricted by their father; he forbade them to wear makeup and attractive clothing.
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They had met at the Linen Thread factory where they both worked, and with her father's approval they married after 4 months of dating.
He was the only son of a never-married mother who insisted on continuing to live with her son after he married.
Doss later wrote: I married, as my father wished, in 1921 to a boy I only knowed about four or five months who had no family, only a mother who was unwed and who had taken over my life completely when we were married.
She finally confessed to the murders in October 1954, after her fifth husband had died in a small hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In all, it was revealed that she had killed four husbands, two children, her two sisters, her mother, a grandson, and a mother-in-law.
in Blue Mountain, Alabama, now part of Anniston, as Nancy Hazel to Louisa "Lou" (née Holder) and James F. Doss was one of five children; she had one brother and three sisters.
Both Doss and her mother hated James, who was a controlling father and husband with a nasty streak. She was a poor student who never learned to read well; her education was erratic because her father forced his children to work on the family farm instead of attending school.
When she was around 7 years old, the family was taking a train to visit relatives in southern Alabama; when the train stopped suddenly, Doss hit her head on the metal bar on the seat in front of her.
For years after, she suffered severe headaches, blackouts and depression; she blamed these and her mental instability on that accident.