Truly Disturbing Headline: Real Life DEXTER Claims To Have Murdered More Than 22 People In Satanic Killing Spree

She met all of her victims on Craigslist and she claims they were all ” bad men who did bad things.” You be the judge of what she really intended.

As law enforcement investigating the sensational serial killing claims of Miranda Barbour admit her boasts could be real – others are dubbing the 19-year-old Pennsylvania girl, a ‘real life Dexter’.

Claiming that she only killed ‘bad people who do bad things’ in her self-confessed nationwide murder-spree, Barbour, 19, has been compared to the fictitious ‘moral’ serial killer played by Michael C. Hall on the Showtime cable network.In an interview given from prison and published on Saturday with the Daily Item in Sunbury, Pennsylvania, Barbour said that she participated in at least 22 killings in the past six years in Alaska, Texas, North Carolina and California.

Indeed, a law enforcement source close to the investigation has admitted their fears that Barbour’s claims could be ‘the real deal’.’It’s conceivable,’ said the source to CNN in response to Barbour’s claims that, ‘When I hit 22, I stopped counting.’Amid these gruesome claims, the tiny Alaskan town of North Pole has become the center of the outlandish story about satanism and serial killers that Barbour claims began at the behest of a cult leader.

Barbour contends she joined a cult aged just 13 in the town of North Pole, where hundreds of news outlets have turned out since the lurid story broke, and then spent her teenage years on a nationwide killing spree.However, the woman, who is charged with murdering a Sudbury, Pennsylvania man in November, told a reporter the ‘majority’ of slayings took place in her home state.

According to a jailhouse interview, she joined the satanic sect as a young girl in the town, which is in the Fairbanks North Star Borough of Alaska and has a population of 2,210.Claiming to have been sexually abused at the age of four, Barbour told the Daily Item that she only killed ‘bad people’ and was brought up in the cult by a man she would not identify.

‘I know I will never see my husband again and I have accepted that. I know I wanted to talk about all this because I know I had a 20-year window where I would possibly get out of jail and I don’t want that to happen. If I were to be released, I would do this again.’

Police allege in court papers that Elytte Barbour told investigators they committed the crime because they wanted to kill someone together.

Satanism: Miranda Barbour, 19, pictured Friday, claims she joined a cult aged just 13 in the town of North Pole, where hundreds of news outlets have turned out since the lurid story brokeBarbour’s defense attorney has sought a psychiatric evaluation for his client, according to news reports. He said he didn’t know she was going to give the interview.

Sunbury Police Chief Steve Mazzeo told CNN the FBI is now involved in the investigation.

‘The FBI’s Philadelphia Division has recently been in contact with the Sunbury Police Department regarding Miranda Barbour, and will offer any assistance requested in the case,’ it said in a statement to CNN.

In the local newspaper piece, Barbour, claims she will plead guilty to the butchering of Troy LaFerrara, 42, in November in addition to more than 20 victims from Alaska to North Carolina as part of her involvement in a satanic cult.

‘I feel it is time to get all of this out. I don’t care if people believe me. I just want to get it out,’ Barbour told the newspaper for a story published Saturday night.

Investigators are also pouring over the sordid Craigslist encounters that Barbour and her husband Elytte organized for cash in the months prior to her arrest while they lived in Dunn, North Carolina.Elytte Barbour told The Daily Item of Sunbury that Miranda Barbour, whom he married October 22, regularly hired herself out as a ‘companion’ from $50 to $850 an hour to men she met on various meet-up websites.

He said he did not mind this because there was no sexual contact between his wife and her clients.

‘She is not a prostitute,’ he said at the time. ‘What she does is meet men who have broken marriages or have no one in their lives, and she meets with them and has delightful conversation.’ Indeed, it was this individual who introduced Barbour to murder – killing a man down an alley in Alaska with a gun. ‘It was in an alley and he (the cult leader) shot him,’ she said, declining to identify him.

‘Then he said to me that it was my turn to shoot him. I hate guns. I don’t use guns. I couldn’t do it, so he came behind me and he took his hands and put them on top of mine and we pulled the trigger. And then from there I just continued to kill.’

During her time in the cult, Barbour claims that at one point she fell pregnant and was subjected to a dangerous ‘in-house abortion’ by members after they drugged her and tied her to a bed. In 2011, she moved to North Carolina from Alaska and met Elyett Barbour, her husband who is now 22. She said she left Alaska as a high-ranking member of the satanic cult.

The teen has a son by a man who is now deceased and his death is now part of the investigation.Police in Pennsylvania told The Daily Item that they’re working with investigators from other states to probe possible connections to unsolved murders.

A law enforcement source close to the investigation told CNN Barbour’s new claims could be ‘the real deal.’ ‘It’s conceivable,’ the source said. Alaska law enforcement sources said they couldn’t comment on whether they’ve launched their own investigations into her time in Alaska until after the President’s Day weekend.

After the jailhouse interview, The Daily Item reported that she confessed to at least 22 killings in the past six years in Alaska, Texas, North Carolina and California. ‘I can pinpoint on a map where you can find them,’ she said from Northumberland County Prison.

Asked why she pleaded not guilty to the LaFerrara muder, she replied, ‘I didn’t want to.’

‘When I was at my arraignment and the judge asked me how do I plead, I was ready to say guilty and my attorney (chief public defender Ed Greco) grabbed the microphone and said not guilty. ‘Miranda Barbour said she has not spoken with her husband since the day she was arrested. ‘He is proud of what he did,’ she said. ‘I will always love him.’

‘I know I will never see my husband again and I have accepted that. I know I wanted to talk about all this because I know I had a 20-year window where I would possibly get out of jail and I don’t want that to happen. If I were to be released, I would do this again.’

Police allege in court papers that Elytte Barbour told investigators they committed the crime because they wanted to kill someone together.

Barbour’s defense attorney has sought a psychiatric evaluation for his client, according to news reports. He said he didn’t know she was going to give the interview.

Sunbury Police Chief Steve Mazzeo told CNN the FBI is now involved in the investigation.

‘The FBI’s Philadelphia Division has recently been in contact with the Sunbury Police Department regarding Miranda Barbour, and will offer any assistance requested in the case,’ it said in a statement to CNN.

In the local newspaper piece, Barbour, claims she will plead guilty to the butchering of Troy LaFerrara, 42, in November in addition to more than 20 victims from Alaska to North Carolina as part of her involvement in a satanic cult.

‘I feel it is time to get all of this out. I don’t care if people believe me. I just want to get it out,’ Barbour told the newspaper for a story published Saturday night.

 

 

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