Roderick Ferrell (Vampire Cult Murders) Arrest Photographs from 1996|
Roderick Ferrell, 1996 Arrest Photograph
Rod Ferrell's murderous vampire cult is an example of the danger of emotionally unstable youth dabbling in the occult. Carter claims that there are nine vampire cults in Arizona's Paradise Valley. In most such groups a young adult is the leader, and followers are typically 14 to 18.Â A group in Arizona is led by a 20 year-old named Angel, who promises his followers will receive eternal life and unimaginable power, and follows an occult book called (which allegedly describes the first vampires).
Photographs take. Of Rod Ferrell’s bedroom by Murray Police in 1996.
Despite the relatively small number of youth currently involved in occultic activity, the growing movement should be a source of concern for Christians. The example of Rod Ferrell, or of an Arizona boy who wrote to his grandparents before committing suicide, "Dear Grandma and Grandpa, please forgive me but tonite [sic] is the night I give my life to Satan. I am going to sacrifice myself&...God told me to skin you alive,"Â show the potential dangers for youth who flirt with the occult.|
In the latest televised look back at Lake County's grisly vampire murder case, convicted killer Rod Ferrell talked matter-of-factly about bludgeoning a Eustis couple and the sordid events leading up to the crime.Rod Ferrall, a disturtbed teenager from Kentucky, formed a small vampire cult called "The Vampire Clan." The short-lived group believed that they were actually vampires. The cult even practiced drinking blood and other vampire rituals , but that's not the worst part.The first complication was that the Wendorfs' 15-year-old daughter, Heather, was missing. It turned out she had run off that very night with the two boys and two other girls. They were all captured in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, three days later. The second complication was that the older boy, Rod Ferrell, professed to be a vampire and claimed his companions were members of his coven. Suspicion quickly arose that Heather Wendorf was involved in the death of her parents.The study by the Herald-Leader was motivated by the murder of two people on November 25, 1996, by a vampire cult led by Kentucky teenager Rod Ferrell. Rod Ferrall, a disturtbed teenager from Kentucky, formed a small vampire cult called "The Vampire Clan." The short-lived group believed that they were actually vampires. The cult even practiced drinking blood and other vampire rituals , but that's not the worst part.“Crime Watch Daily” Speaks with Rod Ferrell Who Was Convicted For The Brutal Murder of a Florida Couple and Could Possibly Have a Chance at Freedom Due to a New Supreme Court Ruling