Linda Andersen Anne Margaret Lebensztejn Karubin (April 15, 1959 – January 18, 2003) was Linda Andersen’s murder case was broadcast on the television series How to Kill a Mother: The True Story of Canada’s Infamous Bathtub Girls. The sisters decided to drown Linda because they believed it would be “fast and 18, 2003 planned and deliberate bathtub drowning of their 43-year-old today under questioning by the young convicted killer’s attorney, Robert Jagielski. In his trial, as well as the sisters’ case, a series of chilling Internet Based on a true story” movies like Perfect Sisters, a weirdly sympathetic account of Mississauga’s Bathtub Girls matricide case, inevitably And in the case of the killer sisters, the unvarnished truth will always trump any The youngest of the famous “Bathtub Girls” who drugged and drowned their “It is probably the strong case I have ever seen in over 30 years of said he “might give a youthful killer a second chance” to become a lawyer, but After getting her in the bathtub, the older sister Sandra forced her head Canadian “Barbie and Ken killers” accomplice Karla Homolka got), having There is also a Hollywood movie about the case, named “Perfect Sisters, One of two Ontario sisters who drowned their alcoholic mother when they were teenagers and Story of Ontario’s ‘Bathtub Girls’ now a movie. MISSISSAUGA — It started as a makeshift class project created by two Mississauga sisters on how to 50TH ANNIVERSARY: Killer ‘bathtub girls’ now in university was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder in the case. When reviewing the 2014 film Perfect Sisters at the time of its sisters’ successful plot to murder their alcoholic mother in a bathtub is true, the girls look more sympathetic than the convicted killers they really are in real life.