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The Blood Countess


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Known as the "blood countess",Elizabeth (Erzebet) Bathory was a beautiful woman whom everyone adored in Hungary in the 1600's. She was of royal blood, having relatives such as the King of Poland and the prince of Transylvania. She is by far the most infamous woman serial killer of Hungarian and Slovak history, as well as other countries. Being married at a young age, she spent most of her time in the Cachtice Castle in Hungary. With a lot of free time on her hands, Elizabeth would eventually begin to be involved in black magic which in the end would eventually be her downfall.
Commoners who would work for Elizabeth would eventually disappear one after another. Her thirst for torture along with the need to feel young, would be the reason for the deaths of nearly 600 young girls. Her torture methods were extreme, hanging the girls from chains, poking and probing them while their blood dripped into a large bathtub like container, kept for later use for Elizabeth to bath in, thinking it would make her younger.
Eventually she would start to invite girls from all around the country to come to her home for month long visits. After not returning home, the parents of a few would start to make accusations, bringing the authorities to the castle to investigate. Once inside the castle, they could not believe their eyes. Torture rooms with dead young females inside of them, and devices that would make you cringe.
Having been of royal blood, the Countess Bathory could not be tried like any other commoner, and death was not an option. Instead, courts ruled to sentence her to life inside of her own dwelling. Windows and doors were sealed with only a small hole for food to pass through. Four years later, Elizabeth Bathory died in solitude, and the young girls of Hungary stopped disappearing.

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