Two Witches Holding a Deer Carcass-Eating Ritual

Two witches eating a deer carcass

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In a remote corner of British Columbia, a bizarre incident recently unfolded, leaving the small local community in shock. The happening involved two scantily-clad witches, a decaying deer carcass, and eerie security camera footage that could rival a found footage horror film ala the Blair Witch Project. This unsettling tale has left everyone wondering: are we witnessing a sinister ritual or just a twisted prank? Is this a satanic ritual caught accidentally on camera, or just a couple of ladies on some good drugs? Either way accidentally capturing partially naked people on a wildlife camera in your back yard is disturbing as F.

Is that the Blair Witch….

In the quiet town of Powell River British Columbia, Canadian nature lover Corinea Stanhope, a 36-year-old nurse, was going about her daily routine. A nature lover and horse enthusiast, Corinea had installed a trail camera at the bottom of her garden to keep an eye on her animals. Little did she know that this camera would capture something far more sinister than she could ever imagine. And only 10 minutes after the sun had set.

The following day, as the Canadian nurse reviewed the footage, she was stunned by what she saw. The security camera had recorded the nighttime activities of two half naked women with long black hair. The women, appearing to be in their 30s, were wearing loin cloths only. The image is reminiscent of something out of a horror movie.

In the grainy footage, the two women were seen huddled around a dead deer, a decaying carcass left by a wild animal. Their actions were far from what one would expect from sane individuals. They appeared to be feasting on the carcass, with long fingers digging into the animal’s flesh. The macabre scene sent shivers down Corinea’s spine, and made her question the safety of her horses.

Grandpa Bob

“Me and my grandpa put up a trail camera to see if we could see animals, and we got a bobcat, which was pretty cool.” Corinea said “I came the next day, and grandpa said he’d got naked people on the camera, and I said, ‘No, you didn’t. Bulls—.’ So, he showed me.

The footage, which could easily be mistaken for a scene from a horror film. It shows two women with long black hair, wearing nothing but loin cloths, hovering over a decaying deer carcass. The alleged witches, who appeared to be in their 30s, and were performing a sort of satanic ritual. Concerningly only a two-minute walk from Corinea ‘s home.

The two scantily clad women, dubbed the “Naked Witches” by the local community, were seen engaging in a grisly feast on the dead deer. They tore into the carcass with their bare hands, a meal containing an unprecedented amount of bacteria on the decaying carcass. “You can’t really tell from the photos, but the hoof was brought right up to her mouth,” she said. “I don’t know if she was kissing it, smelling or eating it, but to touch a decaying carcass like that makes me feel sick. The amount of bacteria that must have been on there.”

The Naked Occult 

The “Naked Witches” are rumoured to be part of a local cult known as the “Witches of Beast-wick.” Some speculate that their actions may be linked to Native American folklore and the presence of evil spirits or “skin walker” (walking demon). In fact, it is believed that the ritual they performed was an attempt to summon malevolent supernatural entities.

The origins of the Witches of Beast-wick are cloaked in obscurity. With some speculating that their lineage stretches back to Native American spirits and ancient rituals. Local tales speak of encounters with malevolent entities and spiritual disturbances in British Columbia. It is in this supernatural tapestry that the legend of the Witches of Beast-wick finds its roots.

Little is known about the members of this elusive coven. Reports suggest that it consists of both men and women, but the exact number and identities remain a closely guarded secret. Witnesses who have encountered them describe a group of mysterious individuals with long hair, often adorned in peculiar attire. Their gatherings are said to take place deep within the woods under the cover of night, adding to their mystique.

The rituals performed by the Witches of Beast-wick are said to be a fusion of various occult practices, influenced by Native American folklore. Witnesses claim to have seen these rituals involve the use of animal bones, incantations, and other arcane elements. The group’s motives remain unclear, but some locals believe they engage in these rituals to invoke spirits or tap into supernatural forces.

Witches Gone Viral

As the news of this bizarre security cam footage spread, social media users were quick to share their shock and disbelief. Many believed it was a prank or a hoax, while others thought it was a publicity stunt. Fox News and the Daily Mail picked up the story, further fuelling the sensationalism.

Local authorities, including the police and wildlife experts, are currently investigating the incident. They are trying to determine the identity of the two women and their motives. Popular internet preacher Pastor Greg Locke of Global Vision Bible Church even weighed in on the matter. Suggesting it might be a spiritual war of some sort.

The trail camera, intended to capture images of wild animals, unwittingly became the source of a viral media frenzy. Despite the attention this case has received, many questions remain unanswered. Who are these so-called witches? And what led them to engage in such a gruesome ritual? Are they connected to any known occult practices, or is this a one-time occurrence? The investigation is determined to uncover the truth behind this undeniably unsettling event.

Indigenous Influence

The history of Powell River’s witchcraft is closely tied to the indigenous cultures of the region, particularly the Sliammon First Nation. Indigenous communities throughout North America have long held beliefs in spiritual practices and shamanism. Which include rituals and ceremonies that some outsiders might perceive as witchcraft. These practices are deeply rooted in a profound connection to nature and the spiritual world.

As European settlers arrived in the Powell River area, they brought with them their own beliefs and superstitions related to witchcraft. Many of these settlers came from cultures with a history of witch hunts and witch trials. Consequently groups have continued to practice folk magic or believed in the existence of witches.

Over the years, Powell River has accumulated its own local legends and tales related to witchcraft. These stories often involve individuals believed to possess supernatural powers, such as healers, seers, or people who could communicate with the spirit world. These local legends contribute to the town’s rich tapestry of folklore.

In recent times, Powell River has seen a resurgence of interest in witchcraft, Wicca, and other forms of modern paganism. Like many places around the world with an indigenous history, the community of Powell River and the surrounding area have embraced alternative spiritual practices. Practices that draw inspiration from nature, folklore, and ancient traditions. As investigations continue, the truth behind this unsettling event remains elusive. Who are these individuals, and what led them to perform such a gruesome ritual? Is this an isolated incident, or are there deeper connections to occult practices? The quest for answers presses on, as Powell River grapples with its shadowy history of witchcraft, folklore, and the resurgence of alternative spiritual practices.

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