Thursday, November 10, 2011

She Probably Works for the Bradley Foundation

According to an article in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel:
A Milwaukee woman apparently interested in werewolf spirits having sex was in jail Wednesday after an 18-year-old man endured 300 puncture wounds when their sexual encounter "got out of hand," a police affidavit says.

Rebecca Chandler, 22, was being held in the incident, which may also have involved satanic or occult practices.
I used to live fairly close to where this occurred, so I double-checked on Google Maps. I was right: she lives only two blocks from the Bradley Foundation headquarters.
Bleeding from the neck, arms and back, the man...told police he had traveled by bus from Phoenix to Milwaukee for a sexual encounter with Chandler.
Jeepers: That is a long bus ride. Aren't there any werebabes closer than Milwaukee? Or is Milwaukee known for having a better class of werebabes?
Officers followed a blood trail to an apartment in the 900 block of E. Knapp St, where the door to one of the units was open. Inside, there was blood on the floor and on bedding in a bedroom as well as duct tape that, again, appeared to be a restraint, according to the affidavit.

The 22-year-old woman introduced herself to officers, saying, "I think you are here looking for me."
She's not just a werewolf, she's a mind reader. Multi-talented, and she's polite: I can see why the guy figured she was worth a long bus ride.
She said she'd been having sex with the man and that the cutting was consensual but quickly got out of hand.
Good thing she didn't go nuts.
After she was arrested, Chandler told police her roommate (Scarlett) had done the majority of the cutting.
Roomies can be hard to control. Especially wereroomies.

Important Lesson: Look out for werechicks with duct tape.

UPDATE: Here is the police affadavit seeking a search warrant. Thanks to JMS for the lead. Her boyfriend lives in the building, but is allegedly not involved with werebabes. Sure. He probably doesn't work for the Bradley Foundation, either. This is Wisconsin we're talking about here, folks. Think about it: Ed Gein, Jeff Dahmer, the Bradley Foundation, werebabes named Rebecca and Scarlett, and, of course three lady "kackers" who, well....they had an unpleasant end in mind for one unfortunate young fellow, involving an ax, his liver, and Jack the Ripper.

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There Are Those Who Frown Upon Such Behavior

The caption on picture 17 illustrating a house article in the New York Times:
Ms. Schwartz's father liked to use her as target practice, shooting her with a BB gun as she ran across the lawn.
Ms. Schwartz, who said that “I had a very odd childhood,” is described as "a shy, gruff woman". Possibly she learned early to keep a low profile, and it may not be entirely coincidental that her partner's name is Louise.

It is quite a nice house. Climate aside, I think I could very happily live in it.

It seems a shame tho that young Ms. Schwartz seems not to have had a 12 gauge with which to practice back. Or at least a large cleaver.

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Monday, November 07, 2011

Halloween Candy

Thanks to PowerLine for the tip.

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