Portrait of medieval female murderer – “Bloody Countess” Elizabeth Bathory. Painting was created by Dutch artist Anthonie Blocklandt van Montfoort, 1500s.
The Hungarian Countess Erzhebet (Elizaveta, Elzbieta, Elizabeth) Bathory entered the Guinness Book of Records as the woman who committed the largest number of murders – on her account about 650 victims. For sophisticated methods of torture, she is called Dracula in female form. According to legend, she bathed in the blood of her victims to prolong her youth.
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