The Woman Who Turned Her Victims Into Soap

On the 18th of April, 1894, the Soap Maker of Correggio was born.

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Her name was Leonarda Cianciulli. During the first decade of the twentieth century, her life is described. During her marriage, she became pregnant on 17 separate occasions.

Three pregnancies were lost due to miscarriages among the 17 pregnancies, while ten…

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