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Gilles de Rais - Unabridged Guide
Here's part of the content - you would like to know it all? Delve into this book today!..... : From 1427 to 1435, Gilles served as a commander in the Royal Army, and fought alongside Joan of Arc against the English and their Burgundian allies during the Hundred Years' War, for which he was appointed Marshal of France.
...Gilles de Rais' cousins, Gilles de Sillé and Roger de Briqueville, asked the furrier to lend them the boy to take a message to Machecoul, and, when Jeudon did not return, the two noblemen told the inquiring furrier that they were ignorant of the boy's whereabouts and suggested he had been carried off by thieves at Tiffauges to be made into a page.
... Gilles' bodyservant Étienne Corrillaut, known as Poitou, was an accomplice in many of the crimes and testified that his master hung his victims with ropes from a hook to prevent the child from crying out, then masturbated upon the child's belly or thighs.
... In his own confession, Gilles testified that "when the said children were dead, he kissed them and those who had the most handsome limbs and heads he held up to admire them, and had their bodies cruelly cut open and took delight at the sight of their inner organs; and very often when the children were dying he sat on their stomachs and took pleasure in seeing them die and laughed".
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Inside the Guide: Gilles de Rais, Vincent Cassel, Tras el cristal, Tiffauges, The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc, Tetragrammaton Labyrinth, Siege of Orléans, Serial killer, Pays de Retz, Marshal of France, Machecoul, Là-Bas, Joan of Arc, Hundred Years' War, Hippocras, Godspeed on the Devil's Thunder, Cradle of Filth, Braquemard, Bluebeard