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Dracula Was a Woman: In Search of the Blood Countess of Transylvania

by Raymond T. McNally

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The first part of the book is fairly solid, but about halfway through McNally goes off on a tangent that should probably have been excised from the manuscript.
  pandorasmuse | Dec 21, 2005 |
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Dr. Raymond T. McNally presents the true history of Countess Elizabeth Bathory, the ancient “vampire” of Transylvania. The Countess is reputed to have murdered close to 700 young women in the belief that their blood would keep her young. Dr. McNally recounts her life in detail, using forgotten feudal records – previously untranslated Latin and Hungarian historical accounts – of the Blood Countess’s crimes and trials for witchcraft.
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