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Teen satanist 22: 19 y/o admits to killing at least 22 people

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A teen satanist admitted to killing 22 people around the country -- at least. On Feb. 16, NBC News reported that Miranda Barbour, 19, admitted to the killings in a recent jailhouse interview. The teen has been charged in the murder of one man but said that she just wants to "be honest" and is coming clean about the other murders she is responsible for.

Barbour said that she was involved in various murders in Texas, North Carolina and California, but that most of the murders occurred in Alaska. The FBI is working to connect Barbour with these other murders.

The teen satanist said she stopped counting at 22 -- meaning that there could have been even more murders that she was behind. She and her 22-year-old husband, Elytte Barbour, have both pleaded not guilty in the Troy LaFerrara murder case. The incident occurred in Pennsylvania and Miranda has been accused to stabbing LaFerrara about 20 times while her husband strangled him with a cord.

"He said the wrong things and then things got out of control. I can tell you he was not supposed to be stabbed. My husband was just supposed to strangle him," Miranda Barbour said.

More on the teen satanist that killed 22 in the video above.

© Effie Orfanides 2014



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