It's not unusual to see a story like the one that recently occurred in California. What was unusual, however, was the ages of the perpetrators and the uniqueness of their scam.

Two women, ages 75 and 73, found a way to supplement their social security retirement income. Murder.

Here's what they did:

First they'd find a homeless person. They'd befriend him and help him get on his feet. They'd buy him some new clothes, get him an apartment ... and INSURE HIM with themselves named as the beneficiaries. Then they'd run him over with a car and file the claim.

Both are in jail right now awaiting trial. Both are facing the death penalty for premeditated murder. Two men are dead as a result of their plot.