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Donald Trump Possibly Related To 16th Century Cannibal Serial Killer “The Werewolf Of Bedburg”

Donald Trump Possibly Related To 16th Century Cannibal Serial Killer “The Werewolf Of Bedburg”

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The US President Donald Trump could be related to 16th-century cannibal serial killer, “The Werewolf of Bedburg”. In the 1580s, a farmer named Peter Stumpf killed 13 children and two pregnant women before devouring parts of their corpses. He further had relationships with his daughter and sister and murdered his own young son before eating his brain.

He was executed in 1589 along with his lover Katharina Trump.

Relation Between Katharina Trump And Donald Trump

Donald Trump Possibly Related To 16th Century Cannibal Serial Killer "The Werewolf Of Bedburg"
Source: Daily Mirror

An anthropologist at Biola University in Southern California, Dr Kevin Pittle has revealed that there may be a link between Katharina Trump and the US President. The team has some evidence including ancestry records and socio-linguistic factors that point to a possible relation between Katherine and Donald.

Donald Trump’s German Ancestors

Donald Trump Possibly Related To 16th Century Cannibal Serial Killer "The Werewolf Of Bedburg"
Source: Mirror

Trump’s grandfather was born in the village of Kallstadt, 60 miles south of Frankfurt, Germany in 1869. He then migrated to the United Staes Of America.

Dr Kevin Pittle said: “We started looking through these databases to find Trumps and Stumpfs in the same place. We have no legal records, family records to support this happening in Cologne. What I did stumble across, was people working on Donald Trump’s genealogy – and there were several Katharinas early on. Kallstadt is in southwest Germany, where the werewolf panic was centred.”

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He further added:

“We’re investigating – is it possible that the Katharina Trump named in the werewolf narrative – is it the same Katharina Trump that Donald is descended from? There’s no way to support it at the moment. But is it entertaining to consider? Yes.”

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