FIRST KNOWN FEMALE ASSASSIN:

In the early 1970's, the first known (freelance)-female assassin, was making her mark.  Her home base was Europe, where she lived in a remote location on a houseboat.  She was beautiful and spoke three languages.

Her 'signature' fragrance was her 'calling card.'  After each hit, investigators knew she was the suspect because her perfume still lingered in the air.

In 1973, she was assigned (contracted) to kill a member of an European hit squad.  After the murder, members of the squad tracked her down, overseas.

She was assassinated with three bullets from three separate guns.  Like the 'true life' character portrayed in the "Day Of The Jackal" film, her real life identity still remains a mystery but her legacy lives on, I have seen two films, which featured characters based on her.

We found out her true identity, below:

We received numerous emails requesting additional information on this woman.  Her name was Jeanette, she was a very feminine and stunning bi-sexual blonde.  She was also dutch.  She charged upwards to $100,000 per hit and most of her contract killings were carried out in South America.  Between hits, she lived a quiet existence in a little coastal town in Holland called Hoorn.  Thirty kilometers from Amsterdam.  After her murder, her killers gathered in a bar.  One of the men said, 'most of our victims plead for their lives before being killed but not this woman.  She was different.  She didn't plead.  She looked us all directly in the eye with a cold detached hatred.  Her face reflected nothing but disdain and defiance before we killed her.'

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