“The Angel Makers of Nagyrév, were a group of women living in the village of Nagyrév, Hungary who between 1914 and 1929 poisoned to death an estimated 300 people, unwanted husbands based on their oppression, drunkenness or laziness, some because the wives had taken lovers, some because the husbands had returned home disabled from World War I. Unwanted babies were also poisoned.

They were supplied arsenic and encouraged to use it for the purpose by a midwife or "wise woman" named Júlia Fazekas and her accomplice Susi Oláh (Zsuzsanna Oláh).

Twenty six of the Angel Makers were tried, among them Susi Oláh. Eight were executed, seven imprisoned for life, and the rest imprisoned for a duration period”.