Norman Butler of Washington worked all his life as an optometrist and managed his money carefully. When he and his wife, Mary, retired, they were financially comfortable. Mary died in 2004, and the next year, Norman met a widow online.
Except Shea Saenger wasn’t a widow. She was married con artist, who was also a convicted murderer. As Butler developed Alzheimer’s disease, she swindled him for $2.2 million.
Doug Butler, a Lovefraud reader and Norman Butler’s son, sent a link to his story.
Read Murder, fraud, $2.2 million somewhere, on ArkTimes.com.