The Most Evil Men and Women in History

The Most Evil Men and Women in History

2001 - 2003, History
Series profiling histories worst villians.
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Episode Guide

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Adolf Eichmann (Season 1 Episode 21)
    Season 1 Episode 21:

    Adolf Eichmann

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Josef Mengele (Season 1 Episode 20)
    Season 1 Episode 20:

    Josef Mengele

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Genghis Khan (Season 1 Episode 19)
    Season 1 Episode 19:

    Genghis Khan

    Genghis Khan extends his empire from the Pacific Ocean to the Persian Gulf.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - King John (Season 1 Episode 18)
    Season 1 Episode 18:

    King John

    The tale of King John, who was cruel, ruthless, greedy and violent; his treachery against his own people led to the imposition of the Magna Carta.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Mary Tudor (Season 1 Episode 17)
    Season 1 Episode 17:

    Mary Tudor

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Francisco Pizarro (Season 1 Episode 16)
    Season 1 Episode 16:

    Francisco Pizarro

    As a Spanish soldier, Francisco Pizarro and his army destroy the Incas in pursuit of power and gold.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Caligula (Season 1 Episode 15)
    Season 1 Episode 15:

    Caligula

    A look at Caligula, the cruel and debauched Roman emperor.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Bloody Mary (Season 1 Episode 14)
    Season 1 Episode 14:

    Bloody Mary

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Countess Dracula (Season 1 Episode 13)
    Season 1 Episode 13:

    Countess Dracula

    Countess Elizabeth Bathory murders more than 600 peasant girls in an attempt to retain her youth.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Big Bad John (Season 1 Episode 12)
    Season 1 Episode 12:

    Big Bad John

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Rasputin (Season 1 Episode 11)
    Season 1 Episode 11:

    Rasputin

    Featuring interviews with authors and historians and archive footage about Grigori Rasputin, a man instrumental in wiping out a 300-year old dynasty.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Ivan The Terrible (Season 1 Episode 10)
    Season 1 Episode 10:

    Ivan The Terrible

    Ivan the Terrible boils, hangs, and drowns thousands of his subjects.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Attila the Hun (Season 1 Episode 9)
    Season 1 Episode 9:

    Attila the Hun

    Attila the Hun and his Barbarians destroyed all that stood in their path, even murdering Attila's own brother.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Ilse Koch (Season 1 Episode 8)
    Season 1 Episode 8:

    Ilse Koch

    A profile of the wife of Buchenwald concentration camp commandant Karl Koch, whose cruelty earned her the nickname 'bitch of Buchenwald.'

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Vlad the Impaler (Season 1 Episode 7)
    Season 1 Episode 7:

    Vlad the Impaler

    Prince Vlad Dracula's bloodlust inspires the myth of the vampire.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Stalin (Season 1 Episode 6)
    Season 1 Episode 6:

    Stalin

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Pol Pot (Season 1 Episode 5)
    Season 1 Episode 5:

    Pol Pot

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Torquemada (Season 1 Episode 4)
    Season 1 Episode 4:

    Torquemada

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Hitler (Season 1 Episode 3)
    Season 1 Episode 3:

    Hitler

    Profiling the most terrifying individuals of the past and the ghastly crimes they committed; featuring Adolf Hitler.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Idi Amin (Season 1 Episode 2)
    Season 1 Episode 2:

    Idi Amin

    Idi Amin's eight-year reign.

  • The Most Evil Men and Women in History - Nero (Season 1 Episode 1)
    Season 1 Episode 1:

    Nero

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