Baby girl cut from Darlene Haynes' womb found alive.
These three horrendous stories inside two months! What possesses people to do such things?
Two young women gutted, their babies stolen – and another young mother eating her child?
I am a pretty jaded individual who doesn't get squeamish at the sight of blood or reports of atrocities, but this stuff is really sickening to me. What kind of person whacks a baby out of its mother's womb? What kind of mother kills her baby and then eats its brain? I had a cat that ate its kittens, but that just isn't in the same league as this. These stories define horror for me.
Crap. How do you make sense of these things? What do the villains have in common, if anything?
Well, they are all fairly young females, but that describes about a third of the planet's population so how is that relevant? What a world this would be if young females made a habit of whacking babies out of each other and eating them.
Most people would just say there's a lot of nuts out there and move along, but I'm not going to give up that easily. There was something disturbing to me about the locations of these crimes, and I'm going to delve into that a little bit before moving on to the latest results of “So You Think You Can Dance?”
Otty Sanchez, who apparently ate her baby's brains, is from San Antonio, Texas.
Poor Darlene Haynes was found dead in a closet in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Heather Snively was stuffed into crawlspace in Korena Robert's home in Beaverton, Oregon.
San Antonio, Texas. Worcester, Massachusetts. Beaverton, Oregon. What is in common, here?
Massachusetts rang a bell right away. When I think of different states, I think of their history. California has the Gold Rush, Nevada is famous for the silver mines in Virginia City, and Massachusetts is home to the infamous Salem witch trials.
If nothing else, here was an angle worth blogging about. Babies stolen and/or eaten by witches. Let's run with this like a six-year-old clutching his first pair of real scissors! By God, if there's not a story here I'll make one up.
The first thing we map at Google is that Worcester is about 50 miles as the crow flies from Salem (and we know who flies via crow, don't we?)
History tries to blame the incident on mass hysteria and hallucinations caused by stale rye bread breaking down into LSD, but a lot of sick bastards calling themselves witches have relocated to the area to be closer to their “holy ground.” New England is swarming with modern witches and wicca.
If we are to believe the account of “born again” John Todd, San Antonio is a major hub of a vast Satanic conspiracy to rule the planet. Knee deep in witches again, eh?
It's not a great leap of imagination to suspect some kind of occult influence in the first two cases, but how can Beaverton, Oregon link to Satanists?
First of all, Beaverton is about fifty miles from another town named Salem – coincidence? Perhaps. Keep in mind long-time Oregon residents' complaints that the “New Agers” from California have flocked to their state and screwed everything up. Witches flocking to Salem? Why not?
Nike co-founder Phil Knight has been described as the “Great Satan,” and his company as an “Evil Empire.”
Now I'm not saying Nike, or even Satanists are behind these gruesome events – just that there seems to be some kind of connection between these three cases that exists below our level understanding.
I'll give you one more tidbit to ponder: Darlene Haynes was apparently murdered on July 23rd, probably the most holy day in Egyptian Sirius/Osiris mythology.