Female serial killers tend to really fascinate people. Most of the time, serial killers tend to be men, so when it’s found that a woman is a serial killer, many people want to know why. One serial killer that really captured the attention in her day and still captures attention today is Leonarda Cianciulli, a serial killer who was active in the 1940s during World War II, and who was so unapologetic for her crimes, she ended up correcting lawyers in court if they got details of her crimes wrong. She wasn’t just a killer, she was a cannibal who cooked the bodies of her victims into soap, teacakes, and even soup. As horrific as her crimes were, what’s even more bizarre is her reasoning why, and the fact that even until her death, she wasn’t one bit sorry for what she’d done. This is the story of Leonarda Cianciulli, the female serial killer who killed women, cooked them into soap, and wasn’t the least bit sorry about any of it.