I almost wanna leave it as it is, right there. Just the headline. Honestly, now, can this story be improved upon by the providing of additional details? Doubtful, but I’ll give ’em to ya anyway. Make of them what you will. This happened (IF it really happened; I make no guarantees of its veracity, only its entertainment value) in the town of Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania. Steven Mineo and Barbara Rogers were boyfriend and girlfriend. They also belonged to a cult. They both worshipped a lady named Sherry Shriner, who claims to be the granddaughter of the Biblical King David (which would make her purdy dang old) and a “Servant, Prophet, Ambassador, Daughter, and Messenger of the Most High God.” To quote Ace Ventura, alllllllllrighty, then. According to Shriner, there is a secret conspiracy at play, a society comprised of reptilian aliens, which are in collusion with demons (obviously) and are secretly running all the world’s governments and stuffing snakes down people’s throats to consume their souls.
Holy shit, was I wrong! Yes, adding details does make this story better!
After Barbara Rogers posted on Facebook about the “delicacy” that is steak tartare–and if’n you don’t know it, steak tartare is basically raw meat mixed with raw eggs and some spices–Shriner accused her of being a reptilian. That’s when Rogers and Mineo left the cult, and Mineo set out to discredit Shriner, mostly by talking bad about her on Facebook and YouTube. Then Rogers shot Mineo. She says because he told her to do it. Shriner said she did it because she is a “Vampire Witch Reptilian Super Soldier.” Shriner is off her rocker if she believes that. She should have realized from the raw meat thing that Rogers is no alien or witch or vampire or female Captain America. She is obviously a werewolf. I swear, the ignorance of some people.