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Dulcie Markham was the prettiest prostitute in the razor gang era of inner-city Sydney. The underworld called her the Black Widow and the newspapers dubbed her the Angel of Death but 'Pretty' Dulcie Markham said she was a just an ordinary girl. Markham was the most attractive and expensive prostitute to work the streets of Sydney when the inner city was ruled by the 'razor gangs' of the late s and early s.
But her main claim to infamy was the number of her lovers - at least eight - who would meet violent deaths at the end of a gun barrel or the point of a blade. Between and the s Markham racked up almost convictions for offences including prostitution, consorting, vagrancy, drunkenness, keeping a brothel and assaulting police and members of the public. Unusually, her offending ranged outside her hometown of Sydney to the capital cities of Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia.
Markham was the most expensive prostitute to work the mean streets of Sydney in the late s and early s. Dulcie Markham first became involved with gunman Guido Calletti, who was married to the infamous prostitute Nellie Cameron, about He was shot dead at Woolloomooloo in The feared Sydney policeman Frank 'Bumper' Farrell once told a judge Markham was 'past redemption' but still gave the eulogy at her funeral.
Australia's first female detective, Lilian Armfield, tried to reform the young Markham despite once saying she was 'completely incorrigible'.
In the late s she was arrested wielding an axe in her underwear as she chased a client down a Melbourne street. Author and academic Leigh Straw has now told this extraordinary story in a new book, 'Angel Of Death: Dulcie Markham, Australia's most beautiful bad woman'.