Cape woman who killed boyfriend with sword on Christmas Eve says it was to ‘set him free’ of spirits, and that she’s not guilty.
Missouri police arrested a woman suspected of murdering her lover with a sword on Christmas Eve after the couple ingested meth earlier in the day. The Cape Girardeau Police Department received a 911 call just after 11:00 p.m. on Christmas Eve for a report of suspicious behavior at a residence.
Harrison Stephen Foster, 34, was found dead with several stab wounds in the basement of the house. According to KFVS, the 911 call was made by Brittany Wilson, 32, who said she stabbed her partner with a sword and claimed she is not guilty.
Wilson’s clothes were covered in blood and a sword was discovered in the front yard. She said they had taken meth earlier on Christmas Eve, according to authorities.
Wilson further claimed that in recent months, her partner had numerous spirits living within his body and that he had been harvesting body parts from other individuals.
She said she had to stab Foster in order to “set him free” from the spirits. She was arrested and charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action with bond set at $2 million.
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