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Top 5 Most Wicked Women In History (Photos)

There is a widespread belief that men are more prone to be wicked than women, who are always viewed as angels. It is true that, as a general rule, women are empathetic and forgiving, but not every woman in the world is blessed with this kind of feminine charm. It's been proven that women can be anything they want, including nasty, vicious, and demonic. To offer you a quick rundown on the five most evil women in human history, I've written this essay.


1. Elizabeth Báthory

Elizabeth Báthory, Countess of Báthory, was a Hungarian noblewoman and serial killer. Between 1590 and 1610, Báthory was known as one of the most evil women in history for her role in the deaths of hundreds of young girls and women. The Guinness World Records consider her to be the most prolific female serial killer in history, and she was finally imprisoned four hundred and eleven years ago.


2. Beverley Allitt

Serial killer Beverley Gail Allitt hails from the United Kingdom. Convicted of killing four children and injuring six others, Allitt was sentenced to death. As a nurse in a London hospital, she is accused of murdering dozens of children over a period of just over a month at the children's ward at Grantham Hospital. Almost 28 years ago, Allitt was convicted of murder and condemned to life in prison at Nottingham Crown Court after being arrested and tried.


3. Irma Grese

During World War II, Irma Ida Ilse Grese was a guard in a women's concentration camp. During his time as a prison guard, Grese was convicted of numerous offenses including the abuse and murder of inmates. Her sentencing to death and execution at the age of 22 made her the youngest woman to die judicially under British law in the 20th century after her trial at Nelson Court.


4. Myra Hindley

Her name was Myra Hindley, and she was a serial killer from Britain. Between 1963 and 1965, Hindler committed numerous murders in Great Britain, making her one of the most notorious women in the country and one of the most notorious women in history. His sentence of life in jail without parole was eventually upheld. At the age of 60, she died in prison nearly two decades ago.


5. Karla Homolka

Karla Leanne Homolka is a 51-year-old Canadian serial killer and rapist.


While serving a 12-year sentence for the killings of two Canadian teenagers, Leslie Mahaffy and Kristen French, Homolka earned worldwide media attention when she was convicted of manslaughter. When she was finally found, she was arrested and put in jail.

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