Female Serial Killer Caught and Detained in Pennsylvania
Miranda Barbour was recently detained for stabbing a man. During her time in jail, Barbour had admitted that she had murdered over 22 people. According to a report that was published by TMZ, she was only 19 years old.
Barbour said that she had stabbed Troy Laferrara after she had met him and engaged in sexual intercourse. Barbour claims that she was testing Laferrara, stating she was only 16 years old. She went on to murder him after he said that she did not matter to him. Laferrara was stabbed 20 times, and Barbour’s husband of 3 weeks helped Barbour with the murder.
Barbour states that she began murdering people when she was a mere 13 years old after joining a satanic cult. Barbour is unsure of the exact number of her murders. She apparently stopped counting after the first 22 murders.
To be classified as a serial killer, 3 murders must take place, at different times.
Barbour claims that she was a victim of molestation and that was her motive when she murdered Laferrara. At the time of this case coming to light, it is not known who had molested her.
The female teenage serial killer appears to have no remorse, and has even gone as far as admitting that if she was released from jail, she wouldn’t continue on her path and murder more people. “I did this to people who did bad things and didn’t deserve to be here anymore,” claims Barbour.
Barbour is currently working with the FBI so that previous murders that she has committed can be uncovered, and the bodies located. It is unknown whether or not her attempts have proven successful at this point in time.
The cult that Barbour joined was located in Alaska, and her reasoning for joining was due to suffering child abuse at the hands of a relative, and as a result she murdered her first victim as she shot a man for the cult leader.
Barbour’s husband, Elytte is also being arrested as an accomplice to murder. He was present during the stabbing of Laferrara.
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