The expression: 'A marriage made in heaven' seems to be proved wrong.
Most of us agree marriage does not turn successful always. And you can't imagine how the world history perfectly resembles what I just said.
Take a look at the cruelest and scariest incidents in the history where wives killed their own husbands.
This Australian woman stabbed her husband 37 times with a knife. After that, she cut off his head and put it on the stove. She peeled off his rest body and cooked his flesh along with the vegetable and then served her to her kids.
After finding her husband cheating on her, Katya segregated her husband penis off. Katya caught her husband sleeping with her best friend and immediately, she lost her mind and did this cruel act.
Dr. Richard Batista and Dawnell Batista got married in 1990. During, Dawnell's critical condition, Mr Batista proved to be the best husband. He gave his one kidney to his wife. Sadly, after recovery, Dawnell expressed her gesture to Richard by doing sex with her therapist. The couple filed divorce after that.
This cruel wife went far from everyone's expectation. Stacy killed both of her husbands and put the whole blame on her daughter.
A man lived with his wife for 30 years without seeing her face due to the existing tradition in their society. One night this man decided to have the sneak a peak off her wife that turned into a big nightmare for him. Next day his wife filed divorce against him.
This woman attacked her husband with frozen lasagna. She confirmed this statement during a police investigation. According to the statement, Mrs Trott slapped her husband several times during an argument. And, she also threw frozen lasagna on him through which Mr Trott got injured.
This woman killed her husband during a sex game. She hung him on the rope while playing. Unfortunately, Crystal never thought their sex game would turn into a death game.
This 75-year-old woman killed her four husbands out of five. The motive behind all murders was to get their life insurance policy. The woman got arrested in 2007.