Oberst Helga von Bulow was a key figure of the SS Paranormal Division during World War II, said to be the disciple of the high priestess Marianna Blavatsky. She was with the SS organization as early as 1939.
von Bulow's Elite Guard Edit
According to reports by the Kreisau Circle, von Bulow commanded an "Elite Guard" made up of a small group of extremely capable women who were trained to an exceptionally high level, both physically and with small arms, and were seen using advanced Sten guns with silencer modifications. They were also reportedly bound together as part of a witch's coven. This group was eliminated in an ancient church near the town of Wulfburg by B.J. Blazkowicz in 1943.
Wulfburg Incident Edit
Helga von Bulow and her Guard were last seen at an archeological dig in the small village of Wulfburg, Germany on March 17, 1943. She believed the site was the location of the Tomb of Olaric, fabled weaponsmith of Ancient Thule and founder of the Legion of the Dark Forge. She presumed the long lost Dagger of Warding, one of the most coveted relics in all of Thulian lore, might be found within the tomb.
Professor Zemph attempted to talk her out of breaking the inner seal of the crypt, but his warnings were ignored, and he was finally shot by von Bulow for not complying with her orders. The details of the subsequent death of von Bulow are hazy, but it is thought she met her demise upon opening the Wulfburg crypt, killed by whatever unknown force was locked inside.