English: countess elizabeth báthory (hungarian: báthory erzsébet, slovak: alžbeta bátoriová, czech: alžběta báthoryová, polish: elżbieta batory 7 august 1560 - 21 august 1614) was a hungarian countess from the renowned báthory family she is possibly the most prolific female serial killer in history and is remembered as the blood countess. Why famous: a countess from the renowned báthory family of nobility in the kingdom of hungary she has been labelled the most prolific female serial killer in history together with four collaborators, she was accused of torturing and killing hundreds of girls between 1585 and 1610. Such was the case of erzsébet elizabeth báthory, a late-16th-century hungarian countess — and the most prolific female serial killer in history, whose murderous reign historians are. While home alone, elizabeth would pay visits to her aunt, countess klara bathory, who was an open bisexual 20-40 elizabeth's aunt was a nymphomaniac and enjoyed killing people in the roman way.
Many looked to countess elizabeth bathory when attempting to explain the disappearances bathory, scion of a powerful hungarian family and the product of inbreeding between baron george bathory and baroness anna bathory, called the castle home. Countess elizabeth báthory de ecsed (7 august 1560 - 21 august 1614) was a countess and serial killer from the báthory family she has been labelled by guinness world records as the most prolific female murderer, though the precise number of her victims is debated. Countess elizabeth báthory de ecsed (báthory erzsébet in hungarian) is recorded as being one of the most prolific serial killers in history, as documented by her entry in the guinness book of records, and is estimated to have brutally tortured and killed between 80 and 650 young women between 1585 and 1610. History tells us that elizabeth bathory is the blood countess of hungary who earned the title by her heinous crimes on young women and servants bathory, who partly was the inspiration for bram stoker's dracula, was named as 'the most prolific female serial killer' by the guinness world records.
The bloody countess elizabeth bathory the legend of the countess erzsébet1 bathory presents a unique case in which the fictional elements of vampire and witch folklore combine with true historical facts to create the quasi- mythical figure of the bloody countess. The blood countess, hungarian serial killer & sadist elizabeth báthory - 1610 countess elizabeth báthory de ecsed ( báthory erzsébet in hungarian, alžbeta bátoriová in slovak 7 august 1560 - 21 august 1614) was a countess the noble hungarian báthory family. Til of countess elizabeth báthory, the most prolific female serial killer of all time she tortured and killed over 650 people, believing the blood of young girls would maintain her youth for a long time, she was protected by her high social status. Elizabeth báthory, hungarian form báthory erzsébet, (born august 7, 1560, nyírbátor, hungary—found dead august 21, 1614, castle c̆achtice, c̆achtice, hungary [now in slovakia]), hungarian countess who purportedly tortured and murdered hundreds of young women in the 16th and 17th centuries. Countess elizabeth báthory is possibly the most prolific female serial killer in history and will always be remembered as the blood countess.
In 1560 the most prolific and sadistic serial killer of all time was born on a vast family estate, in what was then the kingdom of hungary after that, the young elizabeth bathory spent her. Elizabeth bathory was a countess & a serial killer from the bathory noble family in hungary & is renown for killing hundreds of women by torture, particularly peasant girls bathory is considered as one of the iconic figures in many vampire media & is considered as one of the most evil women in history. The most prolific female murderer and the most prolific murderer of the western world, was elizabeth báthory, who practised vampirism on girls and young women she is alleged to have killed more than 600 virgins in order to drink their blood and bathe in it, ostensibly to preserve her youth. Countess elizabeth báthory de ecsed was a countess from the renowned báthory family of nobility in the kingdom of hungary known for being a serial killer she has been labelled by guinness world records as the most prolific female murderer, though the precise number of her victims is debated. This is an 1896 painting showing serial killer countess elizabeth bathory enjoying the torture of some young women: in an inner courtyard of one of her castles, naked girls are being drenched with water and allowed to freeze to death in the snow.
Countess elizabeth bathory went down in history as the worst female serial killer of all time - after torturing and murdering 650 peasant girls at her transylvanian castle 3 the beautiful. The legend of the blood countess has continued to grow over the years, with the total body count and the blood bathing being brought into question, but what cannot be questioned is that elizabeth bathory may go down in history as the most brutally sadistic woman to have ever lived. Blood countess: elizabeth bathory, anonymous portrait, 17th century she has been described as the most vicious female serial killer in all recorded history where fact ends and fiction begins in her horrible story is now impossible to determine, but in her fame as a legendary vampire she is outrivalled only by count dracula.
Countess elizabeth bathory is considered by many historians to be the most prolific female serial killer in history stories persist of the vicious torture and brutal murder of hundreds of young girls in 16th century hungary. Countess elizabeth báthory de ecsed (báthory erzsébet in hungarian, alžbeta bátoriová in slovak 7 august 1560 - 21 august 1614) was a countess from the renowned báthory family of hungarian nobility.
The strange story of countess elizabeth bathory, vampire, witch, killer this is the true and shocking story of lady, tiger of csejthe, or blood countess, erzsébet (elizabeth) báthory of hungary the worlds worst ever female serial killer, countess báthory is said to have bathed in. Countess elizabeth báthory de ecsed (hungarian: báthory erzsébet, slovak: alžbeta bátoriová 7 august 1560 - 21 august 1614) was a hungarian noblewoman and serial killer from the báthory family of nobility in the kingdom of hungary. The myth of the blood countess elizabeth bathory abridged from female serial killers: how and why women become monsters by peter vronsky transylvanian countess elizabeth báthory the blood countess (1560-1614) is often described as the first atypical and very rare, pathological hedonist lust female serial killer, as opposed to the more typical profit-motivated black widows.