Residents of Baringo are terrified and perplexed after a man murdered his wife and their child and buried their bodies in a shallow grave.
To make matters worse, the renegade confessed to killing two more persons at Mogotio, Baringo, and burying them in the same place.
The sleuths who are now holding the individual have yet to secure a court order allowing them to exhume his remains in order to determine whether or not the confession is accurate.
The terrible occurrence occurred just weeks after another serial murderer, Masten Milimu Wanjala, fled from police custody after confessing to a slew of heinous murders.
After touring his home county, Wanjala was lynched by an enraged mob.
His body is still in the mortuary after his family disowned him for the weird things he committed.
The number of serial killers in our culture has recently risen to alarming levels.
The bulk of these occurrences have been linked to severe depression or cult-like tendencies.
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