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  • Angeline Dilworth
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  • Angeline Dilworth is a registered nurse and the niece of magnate Robert Byrd, who was the victim of a perceived voodoo-related death. Various good luck charms are found all over the house when Monk investigates the crime scene, and when asked about them, Angeline stated that he was highly superstitious.
  • Angeline was first shown grieving over the death of her uncle, Robert Byrd, at her home, and when Adrian Monk interviewed her and noticed the good luck charms, Angeline stated that her uncle was largely superstitious. She later resurfaced at Natalie Teeger's home when Natalie fell ill after an attempted exorcism, and it was there that Monk recognized Angeline, though she denied seeing him before.
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  • Robert Byrd
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  • Alive; incarcerated
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  • Angeline Dilworth
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  • Female
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  • Angeline Dilworth is a registered nurse and the niece of magnate Robert Byrd, who was the victim of a perceived voodoo-related death. Various good luck charms are found all over the house when Monk investigates the crime scene, and when asked about them, Angeline stated that he was highly superstitious. It turned out that Angeline killed her uncle with an untraceable poison and placed the charms in the house to make it appear that voodoo caused his death. Before doing so, Angeline placed voodoo dolls in the houses of Martha Moxley and Ralph Ferris, who later died in tragic accidents. Knowing that Monk was possibly on her trail, the evil Angeline sent a decapitated voodoo doll to Natalie Teeger, who was strongly convinced that voodoo is real. After an attempted "exorcism" results in Natalie falling ill, Angeline is on the call. While in the ambulance, Natalie figures out that Angeline sent the doll, which lead to a scuffle between the two before Angeline is apprehended. As for motive, Monk's summation suggests that Angeline killed her uncle for financial reasons.
  • Angeline was first shown grieving over the death of her uncle, Robert Byrd, at her home, and when Adrian Monk interviewed her and noticed the good luck charms, Angeline stated that her uncle was largely superstitious. She later resurfaced at Natalie Teeger's home when Natalie fell ill after an attempted exorcism, and it was there that Monk recognized Angeline, though she denied seeing him before. The revelation comes later on that Angeline killed her uncle, but her evil plan began with placing voodoo dolls in the homes of Martha Moxley and Ralph Ferris, with both of them dying in tragic accidents. Only Robert's death was caused by Angeline, she killed him with an untraceable poison and then placed good luck charms all over the house to make it appear that voodoo caused his death. To keep Monk off her trail, the villainous Angeline sent a voodoo doll to Natalie, who figured out Angeline's evil plan when she saw her name misspelled as "Teager," leading to a fight between the women. After the ambulance crashes, Angeline is later arrested.