Famous Female Serial Killers - Elizabeth Bathory
Countess Elizabeth Bathory de Ecsed (Erzsebet Bathory in Hungarian, Slovak in Alzbeta Batoriova, 7 August 1560 - August 21, 1614) was a Countess Bathory from the famous family of the Hungarian nobility. Although the number of homicides is discussed, it is the most prolific female serial killer in history and is regarded as the memory of "Blood Countess".
After her husband Ferenc Nadasdy's death, she and four people were tortured and killed hundreds of girls accused, write with a witness to them over 650 victims, though was the number for which they were convicted, 80 Elizabeth Bathory herself has been tried and convicted. In 1610 she was Csejte imprisoned in the castle, now known as Slovakia and Cachtice, where she remained bricked in a later series of rooms until her death four years.
Have later writings about the case to the legendary accounts of the Countess bathing in the blood out of virgins to retain their youth and then also to comparisons with Vlad the Impaler III of Wallachia, on whom the fictional Count Dracula partially based, and the modern nicknames of the blood Countess and Countess Dracula.
Elizabeth Bathory remained under house arrest and was transferred within the walled tower with only one slot, but its provisions. She stayed there for four years until her death. On 21 August 1614, Elizabeth Bathory was found dead in her castle. Since there were several plates of food untouched, her actual date of death is unknown. She was buried in the church of Csejte, but because of the villagers, the excitement about "The Tigress of Csejte" buried in their cemetery, her body became her birth home Ecséd, where it is buried in the family vault Báthory moves.
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