posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 10:32 PM
History of mental illness...that pretty much says it for me. Most likely she's on some sort of drug cocktail and the effects of those chemicals
fried her mind---or she has been on some such medication and for unknown reason/s she suddenly stopped them. I know personally of two murders, both
within 100 miles of my home that occurred under those circumstances; sudden cessation of medications led a person to stab another to death in a
completely calm manner and walk away.
And in the matter of "demons" I've also heard two people, completely independent of each other, say that when they took the stop-smoking drug,
Chantrix, they had hallucinations in which they saw their grandchild as a "demon." Scared both of them so badly that they got off the drug
immediately. Both their doctors laughed---literally laughed at them when they recounted this horrible thing that had happened to them.
If blame is to be placed, I'd point first to the pharmaceuticals and the "mental health care INDUSTRY" before I began pointing at religion.
Again, it's the dirty little secret that you won't hear about on the news because big pharma has bought out the media lock, stock and barrel with
Now, if there are other instances of similar behavior in the church that she attended, let us hear about it, otherwise, I'd say religion had nothing
to do with these murders. A toxicology screen of her blood at the time of the acts would tell a lot, but I'm guessing, just like the other
anthropologist was guessing in the interview. He's a cultural anthropologist, I lean more toward the forensics aspects.