Three sisters were beaten until they bled and called derogatory names on their first day at an orphanage, an inquiry has heard.
The claims were made by a woman in her 60s, who cannot be named, who lived at Nazareth House in Aberdeen from 1967.
She told the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry how nuns at the Catholic-run home put on a show of “niceness” when the sisters arrived.
But they became violent as soon as their social worker left the building
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