There are many such stories and secret burials in the layers of history, which if you come to the fore, you will be scared. There was only one such empress, due to whose exploits, she was in awe of the people. Apart from being goth, this queen was also a dreaded serial killer. Although you may have heard of many serial killers who have done many murders in a systematic manner, the story of this queen can make you cry. This queen killed the virgin girls and bathed them with their blood. Let's know the reason for this ...
The Queen of Hungary was named Elizabeth Bathory. Elizabeth Bathory is known as the most dangerous and ghastly female serial killer in history. Between 1585 and 1610, Bathory killed more than 600 girls and bathed them with blood. It is said that someone had advised Elizabeth to bathe with the blood of virgin girls to preserve her beauty. Elizabeth liked the method so much that it exceeded the level of cruelty for it.
Serial killer Elizabeth did not desist from vandalism and cruelty with the girls after killing them. According to popular stories, she used to cut out the flesh of dead girls from their teeth. It is also said that in this terrible crime of Elizabeth Bathory, three of her servants also supported her.
In fact, Elizabeth Bathory belonged to the Hungarian royalty. Elizabeth was married to a man named Ferenc Naddesdi, who was Hungary's national hero in the war against the Turks. Elizabeth used to weave a huge net to trap the girls in her clutches. Being a high-profile woman, she used to invite poor girls from nearby villages to her palace with the greed to work for good money. But as soon as the girls came to the palace, they made them their prey.
It is said that when the number of girls in the area decreased drastically, then he started hunting the girls of high family. When the Hungarian king came to know about this, he got the matter investigated. When the investigators reached Elizabeth's palace about this case, they were stunned to see the situation there. The skeletons and gold-silver jewelry of several girls were recovered by the investigative team from Elizabeth's palace.
In 1610, Elizabeth was arrested for her disgusting crime. Elizabeth was not hanged for this misdeed but was imprisoned in a room in her own palace, where she died on August 21, 1614, four years later.