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Catalina de los Ríos y Lisperguer (1604 – 1665) was an aristocratic 17th century Chilean landowner, nicknamed La Quintrala because of her flaming red hair. During Chile's colonial period, she was noted for her extreme cruelty to her inquilinos, accused and tried for over 40 murders, becoming an icon of colonial abuse and oppression.

Catalina de los Ríos y Lisperguer (1604 – 1665) was an aristocratic 17th century Chilean landowner, nicknamed La Quintrala because of her flaming red hair. During Chile's colonial period, she was noted for her extreme cruelty to her inquilinos, accused and tried for over 40 murders, becoming an icon of colonial abuse and oppression.


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