The Baroness of Carini was murdered on a cold winter’s night in 1563. Her legend, like the bloody imprint of her hand, has been haunting Sicily for centuries.
Raffaella Sero, Staff Writer
Originally from Southern Italy, Raffaella studied Classics at Oxford; undeterred by the experience, she is currently doing an MPhil in Classics at Cambridge. She has written for Cherwell, The Oxford Student, The Oxford Review of Books, and Bluestocking. Her Patronus is the Cold-Blooded Penguin from Disney’s The Three Caballeros.