CORRECTION: The headline to this story originally said the victim was killed which was incorrect. Thank you to commenters who pointed out this error.
Last week an 18 year old man hopped a bus from Arizona to Milwaukee in hopes of hooking up with some women he met online. He ended up getting a whole lot more than he bargained for — the women not only engaged in sexual activity with the man, they severely lashed him over 300 times in what authorities are calling a satanic ritual. Glenn reacted to the story on radio this morning.
“If you look at where things are centered in this country right now, where bad stuff is centered, it is Wisconsin; it is Washington, D.C.; it is New York. And the stuff that’s going down in our world is so dark and evil, I just think that there is this black hole opening up.
Last week, an 18-year-old man from Arizona hopped on a bus to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he planned to meet a girl he had been communicating with online. Little did he know that he’d be in for a huge, potentially-Satanic surprise once he arrived.
The man had been communicating with 22-year-old Rebecca Chandler. Once he made it to town, the teen says that Chandler and her roommate, Raven “Scarlett” Larrabee, 20, stabbed and slashed him 300 times, while holding him captive in their apartment for two days. The violence apparently occurred while the young man was having sexual relations with at least one of the women. The incident is being disturbingly described as a mixture of sex, blood and — pain.
During a subsequent search of the apartment, investigators seized copies of “The Necromantic Ritual Book” and “The Werewolf’s Guide to Life.” The former book promises to enable a reader to “share consiousness with the Angel of Death.” Paperwork seized from the home was described by police as the “7 Pentacles” of planets. Additionally, a black folder was described as an “Intro to Sigilborne Spirtits,” an apparent reference to “The Sigil-Born,” metaphysical entities that are “occultic practitioners” of necromancy, the purported ability to contact the dead.
“There is good and evil being worshipped,” Glenn said. “More than just by some people – it’s being worshipped in a , ‘Oh well, everybody does it.’ It’s the 10% theory,” Glenn said.