Katherine Knight stabbed her poor husband 37 times with a butcher’s knife then skinning him and hanged his body with a meat hook in their lounge room. Katherine, the first Australian woman to be sentenced to a natural life term without parole. She had a history of violence in relationships.
She mashed the dentures of one of her ex-husbands and slashed the throat of another husband’s eight-week-old puppy before his eyes. A heated relationship with John Charles Thomas Price became public knowledge with an Apprehended Violence Order that Price had filed against Knight.
She stabbed Mr. Price 37 times with a butcher’s knife before skinning him and hanging his hide from a meat hook in their lounge room.
She then decapitated him and put his head in a pot on the stove, baked flesh from his buttocks and cooked vegetables and gravy as side dishes to serve to Mr Price’s children. Police found the macabre dinner before the adult children arrived home.