Belle Gunness probably killed for financial gain: At least forty victims, mainly suitors lured by lonely hearts ads to her Indiana death farm (a literal pigsty) over a couple of decades or so in the early 1900s.
Sharon looking radiant during a break from filming Eye Of The Devil in France in 1966. Initially Kim Novak was the female lead but after most of the film was shot she was injured falling from a horse. Initially the film was scrapped. Later however, Deborah Kerr was cast as a replacement and filming was completed. This is why it was not released until 1967.