Girl Allegedly Kills One, Injures Two And Drinks Their Blood
By MucheruStan | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 423 views
Some people's actions leave our mouths wide open, trying to figure out how and why they were implemented.
A shocking drama was witnessed in Kamae area in Kahawa west after girl allegedly killed a middle-aged woman, and seriously injured two others by stabbing them with a knife.
According to news reported via Mkenya News, the lady went ahead and quenched her thirst by drinking their blood.
"Shock in Kamae area, Kahawa west, as a girl kills a middle-aged man and injures two others by stabbing them with a knife and later quenching her thirst by drinking their blood," wrote Mkenya News.
This is not the first case of people drinking human blood to reported. Some years back, a man identified as Onyancha shocked many after confessing to killing a number of women and drinking out their blood.
Many have linked the act of drinking human blood to satanic and devil worshipping. We hope justice will be served.
(Source: Mkenya News)
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