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Blue Moon Murders In Florida

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Blue Moon Murders In Florida

Blue Moon Murders In Florida

Blue Moon Murders In Florida

Blue Moon Murders In Florida

Last month 3 people where found dead after their throats slit in what police are calling ritualistic murders.

Police Chief David Morgan said the killings happened on a blue moon and the victims bodies were laid out in a ritualistic position in what he believes is witchcraft related.

Chief Morgan said, “Initial research has led us to believe it was a ritualistic killing,” Morgan said. “The method of the murder — blunt force trauma, slit throats, positioning of bodies — and our person of interest has some ties to a faith or religion that is indicative of that. The time of the death on Tuesday also coincides with what’s referred to as a blue moon, which occurs every three years.”

Incase you don’t know a blue moon is a second full moon in a calendar month. Last July there were 2 full moons, one on July 2 and July 31 the night of the murders.

There was no signs of forced enter into the victims home, and there sign of robbery as there was “a substantial amount of cash” left at the house.

The three victims were, mother Voncile Smith, 77, and her two sons John William Smith, 49, and Richard Thomas Smith, 47. Police said they had been killed with a claw hammer and had their throats slit wide open. Richard was also shot in the head through his right ear.

Neighbor Ken Lester said, “It’s frightening to think about. Especially when you have small children. To find out that it was this weird, satanic cult, witchcraft whatever, is just really unsettling.”

The leader of the local Wiccan group, spoke out after the sheriff’s comments about ritual killings, saying the victims were not associated with any of the area’s pagan or Wiccan organizations.

And the murders do NOT relate to any traditions followed by pagans or Wiccan organizations, said Keith Vallas of Three Moon Wiccan Grove.

And he added, “The entire pagan community is outraged by what the sheriff is saying. No one I’ve ever been exposed to in the community would do anything like this.”

Richard Smith was an employee at the Department of Homeland Security, and he worked at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola.

Officials with the Naval Criminal Investigative Services ‘have determined there are no issues involving … national security elements.’








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