In her second jailhouse interview posted on March 29 with The Daily Item, admitted teen Craigslist killer Miranda Barbour, 19, told the local newspaper that in addition to all those she allegedly killed who responded to her Craigslist ads for female companionship, there were two potential victims that survived her thrill kills – only because they never showed at the designated time and place for a scheduled rendezvous.
Barbour and her husband, Elytte Barbour, 22, are charged in the Nov. 11 stabbing and strangulation death of LaFerrara, 42, in the couple’s car. Police said LaFerrara was lured to his death through a Craisgslist website ad.
In an earlier interview back in February, Barbour told the Sunbury Daily Item newspaper that she and her husband did indeed kill LaFerrara. The self-proclaimed Satanist also shockingly admitted to killing dozens of additional men over the years.
The Barbours had been married for only three weeks before murdering LaFerrara. LaFerrara’s lifeless body was discovered Nov. 12, 2013 in an alley in Sunbury, Pa., a small city located about 100 miles northwest of Philadelphia.
When The Daily Item interviewed her on the evening of Feb. 14 and asked her how many people she’d killed, Barbour said, “When I hit 22, I stopped counting.”
Her most recent interview came on March 25, direct from the State Correctional Institution, a maximum security women’s prison in Muncy, Pa.
Standing behind her previous claims that she killed many more men in Alaska, Florida and North Carolina, Barbour said that the feds have never interviewed her regarding the additional and alleged killings – even though she said she is prepared to show them where the murders took place.
“I said before I would talk to them (FBI) about all of this,” she said, “but they never came to see me.”
“They are looking for full bodies,” Mrs. Barbour said. “They won’t find any. But they will find body parts” of runaways and individuals she described as bad people.
For more on Miranda Barbour's alleged murder spree, see the video accompanying this article.
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