Elizabeth Báthory was a 16th century Hungarian noblewoman notorious for being the most prolific female killer. But her true story may not be what you think.
Juana of Castile unexpectedly became a Queen, was gaslit and mistreated by men who wanted her throne, and wound up trapped in a castle for 46 years.
Isabella of Castile was a canny monarch with the tenacity and skill to create a colonial empire. In so doing, she ruthlessly brutalized her enemies, and left an indelible mark on world history.
Looking at the little discussed early years of Katherine of Aragon, the Spanish princess who was more than just the woman eventually discarded by her husband.