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Butterbox Babies

Bette Cahill

Butterbox Babies

The Shocking Story of Baby Deaths and Black-Market Adoptions

by Bette Cahill

  • 163 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Nimbus Publishing (CN) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Murder,
  • History - General History,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11446008M
    ISBN 100921054556
    ISBN 109780921054559
    OCLC/WorldCa21911529

    Butterbox Babies by Bette Cahill A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Butterbox Babies by Bette Cahill () Paperback – Jan. 1 by Bette Cahill (Author) out of 5 stars 7 ratings. See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from /5(7).

    The Ideal Maternity Home was operated by William and Lila Young in East Chester, Nova Scotia, between the late 's through the 's. William was a c hiropractor and Lila was a midwife but marketed herself as an obstetrician. The Home began as a place for local married couples to find maternity care, as well as a discreet location for unwed mothers to have their babies. "Butterbox Babies is Bette Cahill's exhaustively researched expose of the Ideal Maternity Home in East Chester. Cahill, a Halifax journalist, reveals the horrifying tales of abuse, illegal adoptions and even murder.".

    Many of the babies born at the Ideal Maternity Home in East Chester, Nova Scotia, were not adopted. Instead they mysteriously disappeared, becoming known as butterbox babies--named after the grocery delivery boxes that they were buried in. Since Bette Cahill first wrote about this shocking truth in , she continued to research the story and corresponded with many of the . Since the publication of Butterbox Babies, the Ideal Maternity Home in Chester, Nova Scotia, has become synonymous with illegal adoptions and suspicious baby attention has been giving neglect of infants at the Home, the exorbitant fee paid by adoptive parents and the secretive nature of transactions.


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The butterbox babies is about a husband and wife who ran an unwed maternity home in Nova Scotia. The mothers were given free care and some of the babies were adopted out for thousands of dollars.

Some were put into the butter boxes and buried. The book contains some of the true stories of some of the surviving children/5. 'The Child Remains': The true story behind the 'Butterbox Babies' who were sold, starved to death in a maternity home. Michael Melski's supernatural thriller 'The Child Remains' is based on the chilling story of a maternity home in Nova Scotia, where to children were starved to death by a couple who ran a maternity : Priyam Chhetri.

Butterbox Babies Mass Market Paperback – January 1, by Bette Cahill (Author) out of 5 stars 10 ratings5/5(5). There is al lot more history to the Butterbox Babies that time and format could possible allow in a film version. The portrayal of greed and skirting the law was present at the time.

Selling Canadian babies to "rich Americans" is something that that kind of got lost in the video. Read more/5(43). The Ideal Maternity Home is infamous for the Butterbox Babies. The Ideal Maternity Home operated in East Chester, Nova Scotia, Canada from the late s through at least the late s.

William and Lila Young operated it. William was a chiropractor and Lila was a midwife, although she advertised herself as an. Since the publication of Butterbox Babies, the Ideal Maternity Home in Chester, Nova Scotia, has become synonymous with illegal adoptions and suspicious baby deaths.

Much attention has been given to the neglect of infants at the Home, the exorbitant fees paid by adoptive parents, and the secretive nature of the transactions.

Find books like Butterbox Babies: Baby Sales, Baby Deaths. The Scandalous Story of the Ideal Maternity Home from the world’s largest community of readers. Buy a cheap copy of Butterbox Babies book. Free shipping over $ She is the recipient of four major journalism awards for her work in television news and documentaries.

InBette was awarded Author of the Year by the Canadian Periodical Marketers Association for the original version of her book. Butterbox Babies is a film by Sullivan Entertainment and adapted from the book Butterbox Babies by Bette L.

Cahill. The film and book are based on the true story of the Ideal Maternity Home, a Actors: Susan Clark. Directed by Don McBrearty. With Susan Clark, Peter MacNeill, Catherine Fitch, Michael Riley. A couple operates a shady maternity home in s/s Nova Scotia.

Based on a /10(). Butterbox Babies: Baby Sales, Baby Deaths. new Revelations 15 Years Later. by Bette Cahill. Paperback | Septem $ In stock online. Not available in stores. add to cart. Many of the babies born at the Ideal Maternity Home in East Chester, Nova Scotia, were not adopted.

Instead they mysteriously disappeared, becoming known as. Bette Cahill, author of Butterbox Babies, said people paid up to $10, (usually disguised as a donation) to adopt children from the home — but the selling of babies wasn't the worst of what.

"Butterbox Babies" is the shocking true story of Lila and William Young, owners of the Ideal Maternity Home for unwed mothers. Resented. Buy Butterbox Babies by Bette Cahill online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $   #BaileySarian #MysteryAndMakeup #TrueCrime Get ready with me, tattoos, natural makeup, makeup artist, makeup lookbeauty guru, beauty advicebyrdie, trending, trending topics, youtube.

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Cahill’s book called them the “Butterbox Babies,” a name with which adoptee Ilene Seifer Steinhauer, 52, of Shrewsbury readily identifies. Butterbox Babies is a film by Sullivan Entertainment and adapted from the book Butterbox Babies by Bette L.

Cahill. The film and book are based on the true story of the Ideal Maternity Home, a home for unwed pregnant mothers, during the Great Depression and Second World War. The home made millions from the illegal adoption of illegitimate babies during the s and s. In this fact-based drama, a midwife and her spouse are accused of illegally smuggling babies to Canada for adoption.

~ Sandra Brennan, RoviCategory: Drama. Scenes of available babies lined up in cribs at IMH were compared to produce displays, according to accounts in “Butterbox Babies: Baby Sales, Baby Deaths,” a book by Canadian Broadcast.Butterbox Babies Mass Market Paperback – April 1 by Bette Cahill (Author) out of 5 stars 7 ratings.

See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" /5(7).Get this from a library! Butterbox babies. [Bette L Cahill] -- In the early 's in Canada, one could actually buy a baby from the Ideal Maternity Home in Chester, Nova Scotia.

Unwed mothers- to- be went there for free care and their babies were sold to.