July 3, 2022
On August 4th, 2015 in Pensacola, Florida. Escambia County Sheriff, David Morgan delivered a disturbing press conference, giving insight into a recent triple homicide that had taken place inside a quiet suburban home.
The grizzly crime scene he described and the brutal way the victims had been murdered was disturbing, but it’s what he said next that sent chills down reporter’s spines.
The murders appeared to have been ritualistic. Part of some sort of witchcraft ceremony coinciding with the recent and rare Blue Moon.
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