NOTE: Anujka de Poshtonja, “The Witch of Vladimirovac” is known, in English languages sources, under various names: Anna Pistova, Anyuka Dee, as well as the nicknames “Banat Witch,” “Little Mother Anjuschka.” Her crimes took place in Panchova, Banat (Banyat, Banci) district, present-day Serbia, then, Jugoslavia.
In the following articles there is a great deal of redundancy, yet each offers important information not highlighter in the others. As is typical for such English language sources, there is great variation in the spelling of names and places, due both either transliteration, multiple languages in use in the region in question or by simple error.
A second post taken from Austrian sources with additional images: The World's Oldest Serial Killer.
Ana Draksin (1844-1938) – maiden name.
Ana Dee – married name (“Anyuka Dee’).
Baba Anujka (Granny Annie) – nickname.
Ljubina Milanov – Baba Anukja’s "agent."
Anujka de Poshtonja – name used in many news reports.
Anna Pistova – name used in many news reports.
[“Witch And Wholesale Poisoner,” The Worker (Brisbaine, Australia), Jun. 26, 1929, p. 19]
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