In the actual pull-out, she appears on the centre pages, under the headline:
35 male bodies all in labelled coffins in her wine cellar, and in the 12th, her son
The photo on the front page is used again inside (image from Patricia Belda Martinez):
The text is about Vera Renczi. But the woman in the picture is not Renczi, or indeed any other murderer.
Instead, it's a model called Morgana, who tweeted:
Aaron Jacob Jones points out, the image used by the Mirror has had Morgana's copyright cropped off the bottom.
If you search Google Images for 'Vera Renczi' the first result you get is from the Killers Without Conscience website, which used Morgana's image - with the copyright cropped - on a tale about Renczi in September last year.
Was that the extent of the Mirror's research? Didn't they think the image was suspiciously high-quality given Renczi was - apparently - born in 1903?
you would think newspapers would know better before printing a double page spread with a pic they don't own.
(Hat-tips to Patricia/Morgana, Aaron, Matt and benjymous)