I’ve written a few times before about the two elderly L.A. women who allegedly killed two transient men after providing them with a home and taking out multiple insurance policies on them, some of which they collected on. Here is the latest story on the two women, who have been ordered to stand trial. Back in my crime reporting days, I met and interviewed killers who were more crazy or bloodthirsty or proficient, but something about these alleged murderers gives me a chill that none of the killers I met did. To think of taking someone into your life for a couple years while you wait for the two-year incontestability period to expire, and then running them down in cold blood to boost your income — well, it would take a true stone killer to pull that off. I’m also amazed by how easy it was for them to get millions of dollars in life insurance on these men, and I’m even more amazed that they got paid $2.8 million in insurance money, although some policies apparently did not pay because of ongoing investigations into the suspicious circumstances. Here’s a link to a prior post.