Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco was known as “La Madrina,” or “the Black Widow” for killing ex-husbands and lovers, the “Cocaine Godmother” and the “Queen of Narco-Trafficking.” Griselda established a cocaine business in New York in the 1970s. She was indicted on federal drug conspiracy charges in 1975, but she escaped to Colombia before she could be arrested. She returned to Miami a couple of years later. She was responsible for the drug and crime epidemic that took over Miami in the 1980s, known as the Miami Drug War or the Cocaine Cowboy Wars. Her drug operation brought in a whopping $80 million per month.