Friday, July 30, 2010

Murder of German inquisitor Konrad von Marburg 1233 The murder of German inquisitor Konrad von Marburg (English: Conrad of Marburg), and his assistant Gerhard Lutelholb, on the road from Mainz to Marburg, Germany. The knights might have been in the service of Heinrich II, Count of Sayn, whom Conrad had accused of participating in satanic orgies.

Konrad had held considerable sadistic power over St Elisabeth of Hungary, to whom he acted as religious advisor and confessor.

Hof Kapelle near Marburg, the place of this assassination, was locally long believed to be haunted and is allegedly today on certain days the site of black rites ...

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