List of The World’s Cruelest Killer Women – Usually the one who becomes a killer is a man, but in reality it is not like that, some of these women have even become the cruelest killers in the world. Who are they?
1.Elizabeth Bathory (1560 – 1614)
Elizabeth Bathory is the most famous serial killer in Hungarian history. Starting from rumors about a number of girls who were invited to work in a palace, then reported missing. It turns out that this news is true. The woman born in 1560 killed the girls. They were mutilated, and their body parts separated one by one. In total there were hundreds of victims during the 25 years of carrying out the action. Elizabeth was found guilty, but was only detained at home for the rest of her life. Due to his social status as a royal family he was never brought to justice.
2. Katherine Knight (1956 – …..)
This woman born in 1956 is the first Australian woman to be detained with a life sentence. She killed her ex-husband with 37 stabs in the front and back. Not satisfied with the stab, the husband was mutilated and the skin hung in the living room. While the head is kept in a pot to make soup. While other body organs are used as complementary foods. The plan, the ‘food’ that will be served to their children. However, this action was caught by the police.
3. Irma Grese (1923 – 1945)
Irma Grese is another product of Nazi atrocities. She is referred to as the evil woman of Belsen because of her cruelty in the concentration camps of Ravensbruck, Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen. This woman born in 1923 became the number two person in the concentration camp. It is estimated that 30 thousand Jewish women were his prisoners. Stories about his atrocities ranging from beatings, sexual harassment, to sadistic murders and the distribution of poison gas. He reportedly enjoyed all the torture. While carrying a gun and boots, every day he watched all these vile scenes up close.
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4. Ilse Koch (1906 – 1967)
Ilse Koch was the wife of Karl Koch, a Nazi concentration camp commander in Buchenwald and Majdanek during World War II. The woman was called the sorceress of Buchenwald, because of her cruelty. Because of her husband’s power, she could freely do cruel things to the Jews. Torture to murder is a daily activity in the concentration camp. His souvenirs are tattoos of the victims he killed. Her life story ended when she committed suicide in Aichach women’s prison on September 1, 1967.