Friday, September 22, 2006

Sleep Slaughtered for Satanic Rituals?

From This Is London:
Police are hunting "devil worshippers" after a series of sickening "satanic rite" attacks on sheep at a national park.

Around 100 animals have been found slaughtered and mutilated with their tongues, eyes and sexual organs removed on Dartmoor in Devon in the past year.

All of the bodies had been arranged in a satanic star shape on the floor or laid out in a circle with their necks broken.

Most of the blood-thirsty rituals have been carried out during a full moon.

In the latest attack farmer Charles Mudge, of Tavistock, Devon, found 30 of his flock dead with bizarre half-moon symbols carved into their flesh. He discovered all their bodies lying near a bloodstained stone altar and wooden stake.

"We are absolutely devastated. It is disgusting," he said. "We don't know how they're doing it. But they must be people with dogs and have got to be used to handling sheep."

A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said the majority of incidents have taken place during a full moon.

She added: "The killings are becoming increasingly vicious. We currently have no suspects."

That’s just really creepy; it sounds like the start of a bad werewolf movie. How long before these whack jobs go from sheep to humans? Or perhaps it is merely a case of border collies gone over to the Dark Side.

What do they do with the, umm…“parts” they cut out? Do they eat them? Do they burn them as sacrifice to Lucifer, or Baal, or Moloch, or Cthulhu, or whatever? Do they make trinkets out of them? Lady Noseblotter: What an odd ashtray, Major! Where on earth did it come from? Major Chargecannons: Why, yes. (Harrumph) Got that little beauty during the annual Dagon orgy back in ‘06, my dear. By the way, you look truly lovely tonight. Have you ever considered a career as a temple prostitute?

On the other hand, one does hope these really are Satanists of some ilk, and their ceremonies aren’t just new alternative services for the Church of England. You never know, these days.