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IN People ON 19 Jun, 2015
Women are known for their caring, warm and emotional nature. They have high tolerance power, are way more emotionally stronger than men and are the symbol of selfless love. But what happens when the emotional strength goes wrong? What happens when the caring heart of a woman turns into a devilish cruel one? Ruthlessness flowing through a woman's blood has resulted in the rise of unspeakable torturous crimes from time to time.
Here we bring to you, the 10 most Dangerous Women in the history of World. Women so dangerous, you wouldn't want them around you.
These four women tortured to death scores of people who would come to their hospital as patients or their family members. They killed elderly patients by filling water in their lungs by a process in which a patient's nose was pinched, the tongue was depressed and water was poured down the throat. The death used to appear natural. They were such sadists, even the slightest 'annoyance' from a patient was unbearable to them and they would plan to kill him/her the following day. The 'annoyance' included soiling the sheets, refusing medication, snoring, or calling the nurses for help at inconvenient times. The hospital was turned into a concentration camp soon.
Wife of Karl-Otto Koch, the Commandant of Nazi Concentration camp at Buchenwald, was an extremely cruel and sadistic woman and was known as the 'concentration camp murderess'. She used her husband's position's advantage to express cruelty to the inmates who caught her interest. She used to pick inmates with distinctive tattoos and after killing them, would make souvenirs from their skin. The souvenirs included lamp shades, handbags and other household items.
She used to lure young and rich men and after making them her 'prospective fiances', kill them for their money as well as the insurance money. She used to write them letters like: 'To the Dearest Friend in the World: No woman in the world is happier than I am. I know that you are now to come to me and be my own. I can tell from your letters that you are the man I want. It does not take one long to tell when to like a person, and you I like better than anyone in the world, I know. Think how we will enjoy each other's company. You, the sweetest man in the whole world. We will be all alone with each other. Can you conceive of anything nicer? I think of you constantly. When I hear your name mentioned, and this is when one of the dear children speaks of you, or I hear myself humming it with the words of an old love song, it is beautiful music to my ears. My heart beats in wild rapture for you, My Andrew, I love you. Come prepared to stay forever.' She also killed both her husbands and all of her children on different occasions.
She was the Drug-Lord of The Medellín Cartel, an organized network of drug suppliers and smugglers in Medellín, Colombia, U.S.. in April 1975, she was accused on federal drug conspiracy charges along with 30 of her subordinates, which was the biggest case of conspiracy in the business of cocaine at that time. She is known to have murdered about 200 people in order to continue her lordship smoothly. She was killed by a drive-by motorcyclist-shooter outside a butcher's shop in September 2002.
Fourth wife of the Chairman of the Communist Party of China, Mao Zedong, Jiang had a colorful adulthood of an acting career and failed marriages. She tried to power up and raise Communist Party with her full power, and in order to do so, she came up with a group anmely 'Gang of Four' , whose members included Zhang Chunqiao, Yao Wenyuan and Wang Hongwen along with her. The gang played an important role during the Cultural Revolution of China. They reigned over every educational institute of the country,and destroyed thousands of ancient Chinese sculptures, ancient books, buildings and paintings, which lead to about 500,000 deaths from 1966 to 1969 in China. Whenever criticized, she would put the blame on her husband Mao saying, 'I was Mao's dog; I bit whom he said to bite." She never apologized for her deeds and rather spent 10 years in a jail before committing suicide.
Young girls of Hungary were forced to marry men forcefully against their choice. During the World War I, many of these men were sent to fight, rural Nagyrév was the ideal location of Hungaey for holding allied prisoners of the war. With their husbands gone, some of the young women had affairs with these foreign people. When their husbands would come back, they'd refuse their married lives and start a new life with a new woman. On seeing the plight of many such women, Fazekas began secretly persuading women who wished to escape this humiliating situation to poison their husbands using Arsenic. After some time, some women also used the same 'weapon' to kill their parents who forced them to marry alcoholic and abusive men. She lead the group of 'The Angel Makers of Nagyrév' who killed their husbands.
She is one of the most notorious serial murderer of all times. The Early Victorian Era woman started the business of baby farming, which was nursing illegitimate babies of people in return of money and clothes. She was quite ignorant about her job and this lead to death of children due to starvation and illness. When the local doctors figured out the serious flaw in her nursing during the time of signing death certificates of the babies, she ran away to other towns, keeping her identity anonymous and would advertise 'Married couple with no family would adopt healthy child, nice country home. Terms, £10' in the local newspapers to restart her cruel business. Though she was hanged to death after being found guilty for one murder, she is known to have killed about 400 babies as a baby farmer.
After the death of her young husband Radama I, she declared herself the Queen and continued her dictatorship from 1828 to 1861. She took cruel and powerful measures to eradicate the followers of Christianity., torturing them to death. She outlawed The Holy Bible and anyone found out with the holy text was burned to death along with the book. She also did public executions and would mount the heads on striking poles along the coastline of Madagascar.
She was one of the most ambitious women of her times who would cross every limit to make her son Nero, the emperor. The Roman Empress was a prominent woman in the Julio-Claudian dynasty. Parallels are drawn between her relation with her son to the characters Cersie Lannister and King Joffrey of the famous TV series Game Of Thrones.
The deadly duo was known to kill women in the Labban neighborhood of Alexandria, Egypt in the early days of the 20th century. They particularly killed women wearing gold jewelry and carrying large amount of money. The two women are known to have looted and brutally killed 17 women. They, along with their husbands were sentenced to death on 16 May 1921 by the modern state of Egypt.