One of two convicted killers involved in the Alpine Manor Nursing Home murders has been paroled and will be on the street later this month.

According to WOOD TV, convicted murderer, 57-year-old Catherine Wood, served 29 years of a 20 to 40 year sentence.

The relatives of of the Alpine Manor Murder victims plan to file an appeal in Kent County Circuit Court to stop the release.

Catherine Wood and her lover Gwendolyn Graham suffocated patients, at Alpine Manor in Walker, in their sleep. They even tried to spell out the word MURDER with the victims initials back in 1987.

Wood and Graham have been known as the "Lethal Lovers" or the "Angels of Death" in several books and documentaries.

55-year-old Graham got life without parole for all 5 murders.