Appearing in The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent

Susan Cabot (July 9, 1927 – December 10, 1986) was an American actress. She appeared as Enger in Experiment #317 The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent.

Personal Life

Susan Cabot (born Harriet Shapiro) lived a difficult life, which many believe stemmed from her childhood in which was raised in 8 different foster homes. She was married at age 17, though that marriage later ended. She engaged in several high-profile romances (including with Jordan's King Hussein and director Roger Corman), and eventually married actor Michael Roman.

Susan Cabot had a son who suffered from dwarfism. In later life she retired from acting and became increasingly mentally unstable. Her son reportedly bludgeoned her to death with a weight-lifting bar, claiming to authorities that she had subjected him to a long period of mental and physical abuse.

The Wasp Woman

In addition to her other film and television projects, Susan Cabot starred in The Wasp Woman (which also featured Bruno VeSota).

The Wasp Woman would be used by Cinematic Titanic, in which Frank Conniff would make reference to the circumstances of Ms. Cabot's demise.

A heavily edited version of The Wasp Woman was also used on the primetime TV special Attack of the Killer B-Movies, co-written by Frank Conniff.

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