Published On: Fri, Oct 26th, 2018

Florida: Teen girls ‘worship Satan,’ plot to murder younger students, drink their blood

A pair of Florida middle school girls allegedly plotted to kill fellow students and drink their blood from a goblet.

Two Bartow Middle School students were found in a school bathroom by the assistant principal with an arsenal of knives and even a pizza cutter. A goblet was also found in the bathroom.

The girls “were waiting in the bathroom for [an] opportunity to find smaller kids they could overpower to be their victims,” Bartow Police Chief Joe Hall said in a news conference Wednesday. “Fortunately, they were intercepted by school staff hiding in a bathroom during class time prior to carrying out their plans.”

The girls, who are 11 and 12 years old, told police that they had planned to kill at least 15 people in the name of devil worship.

“As I sat there last night [and] watched these interviews [with investigators], I do not believe this was a joke,” Hall added.

In messages found on the girls’ cellphones after they were arrested, they allegedly wrote that they would leave “body parts at the entrance” and then take their own lives. The last message sent between the girls stated, “Today is health lessens thank Satan we’re doing this in a bit,”

A search of their homes turned up a hand-drawn map with the words “Go to kill in bathroom” written on it, police said.

“This is horrific, and if I had children in school I’d be scared to death,” Hall said.

Another student confirmed that one of the girl’s mentioned that “something bad” would happen in building 500 of the middle school.

“Killing all of these students was in hopes it would make them worse sinners ensuring that after they committed suicide … (they) would go to hell so they could be with Satan,” police documents state based on the interviews.

Their names are not being released because they are both minors. No students or adults were harmed.

“We understand this news can be upsetting. A team of counselors is available at the school to assist any employees and students,” the school said in a release to families of students following news of the arrests.

The school also says that extra law enforcement officers will be on campus this week out of an abundance of caution and to help maintain a sense of calm on campus.

photo JRLibby

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