Looks really can be deceiving.
It’s hard to stomach the paradox presented to us in the form of Miranda Barbour – an angelic looking teenager who blatantly admits to killing at least 20 people.
Mrs. Barbour volunteered this information after initially admitting to murdering Mr. LaFerrara, with the help of her young husband, 22-year-old Elyette Barbour.
The Pennsylvanian teenager and her husband said they murdered LaFerrara, who they met through a fraudulent advertisement (placed by Miranda) offering sex on Craiglist.
Upon meeting LaFerrara, the teenager stabbed him 20 times in the front seat of her car as her partner held a cord against his throat. They allegedly dumped his body in an alley.
Apparently, initial plans were a tad different. USA Today reported that Miranda Barbour planned to let LaFerrara out of her car, but unfortunately for the victim, “he said the wrong things.”
In a nutshell, Miranda told LaFerrara that she had recently turned 16. Miranda said: “If he would have said no, that he wasn’t going to go through with the arrangement, I would have let him go.”
As expected, lawyers for both Barbour and her husband, Elytte Barbour, have sought psychiatric evaluations for their clients.
So far, Miranda Barbour and Elytte Barbour have volunteered a deluge of bizarre information with us:
Miranda Barbour claims to be involved with satanic cult in Alaska since aged 13.
Miranda has gone on record to say in an interview that she doesn't want to get out of jail and will kill again if exonerated.
She voluntarily confessed to murdering at least 20 people in California, Texas, Alaska and North Carolina over the last 6 years in lieu with a murderous satanic cult
“When I hit 22, I stopped counting” – Miranda Barbour on her killings.
Elytte Barbour sharedthat the couple committed the crime because they wanted to kill someone together.
The couple had been married only 3 weeks prior to the LaFerrara killing.
Miranda told authorities that she could “pinpoint” her victims on a map upon request.
Prosecutors who are seeking death penalty against the couple are unlikely to be affected by the result of the psychiatric evaluation. A preliminary hearing is set for Dec. 10.