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Image caption The hotel is in a popular hiking location near Passau in Bavaria. The man killed in a crossbow murder-suicide pact in Germany is believed to have led a cultish group devoted to medieval folklore and treated the women around him like slaves, reports say. The bodies of Torsten W and two women were found in a hotel room in Bavaria on Saturday , alongside three crossbows. The deaths were linked to two more deaths in Germany on Monday. Torsten W appeared to have controlled the women like an oppressive sect leader, German media reports. The alleged cult-like leader, 53, and woman, Kerstin E, 33, were found in bed, hand in hand, impaled with arrows from the modern crossbow. Farina C... Full story

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