Did Facebook Satanist Lure Girl into Suicide Pact? Aug 21, 2015 1:25:10 GMT -5
Post by Graveyardbride on Aug 21, 2015 1:25:10 GMT -5
Did Facebook Satanist Lure Girl into Suicide Pact?
BOGOTA, Colombia – A 15-year-old girl is believed to have died in a suicide pact with a man she met on Facebook who was obsessed with satanic rituals. The body of tragic Natalia Andrea Seña Bernier (above right) was discovered next to Fernán Francisco Vellojín Reales (left), 22, in a hotel room last month. There were no signs of violence, but police found a suspicious substance next to the bodies which is now being analyzed. Officers are working on the theory the couple may have made a suicide pact, or that the girl was tricked into taking poison.
Vellojin, who suffered from depression and psychiatric problems, became friends with the schoolgirl on social media and they agreed to meet secretly. Natalia told her parents she was going out to meet a friend, but never returned and was missing for three days before her body was found. The pair died in a hostel in the neighborhood of Maria Paz, in the southwest of Bogota. A police spokeswoman reported: "There are no signs of abuse, or torture, but there is a substance around them that is being analyzed to know what it is."
According to Natalia’s family, the girl became acquainted with Vellojin through Facebook. He lived in Barranquilla, in the northern Colombian department of Atlantico, and on his Facebook profile and he talked about Satanic rituals. Her mother said she and her husband regret not having controlled the material Natalia accessed on the Internet. Her mother said her daughter was not in front of the computer all the time, but had Internet access on her mobile phone.
The parents have discovered that Vellojin talked about problems with depression and Natalia had apparently wanted to help him. However Vellojin's mother, Diana Reales, told a local radio station the pair had not met on Facebook and instead had been dating for two years and insisted her son was not a member of a Satanic cult and did suffer from mental health problems.
Source: Ruth Halkon, The Mirror, August 7, 2015.