Friday 8 December 2023

BRAMSHAW - Satanism

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Busy old Bramshaw ‘is getting busier’

“During the early days of Covid … I moved from my flat in the bustling heart of North London to my ancient cottage in the New Forest.

November 2019

“A ewe was found knifed to death and marked with pentagrams … It was a pentagram and a cross. It had been stabbed to death. The wounds were in the side of the body by the rib cage.”

“… St Peter’s Church on Judds Hill, Bramshaw, was recently targeted by offenders who sprayed its walls with phallic and Satanic symbols. As well as an inverted cross, they had sprayed ‘666’”

January 2020

“Police are investigating three more sheep deaths in the New Forest after a number of animal attacks with apparent links to the occult … The deaths follow the discovery of a ewe in Kewlake Lane, Cadnam, on 2 January. The animal had been stabbed to death with a cross made of hay and a broken pitchfork placed next to it”

May 2021

“The head of a sika deer was left in the porch at St Michael's Church, Lyndhurst”

December 2022

“A village church previously daubed with Satanic symbols has had a dead cat tied to its flagpole and a dead fox left on its doorstep … it had one eye missing.”

January 2023

“five pig hearts were left on a Bronze Age mound” at Stagbury Hill in the Hampshire national park … “the display of hearts [was] surrounded by more than 20 candles”

“It follows a pattern of similar incidents in the area, centred around the village of Bramshaw two miles from the park, which before Christmas was targeted by suspected Satanists.”

May 2023

“one of his lambs was found dumped and with its throat slit”

August 2023

“A New Forest vet convicted of possessing 2,600 indecent images of children and animals …. [Robert Russell], 63, of Pikes Hill, Lyndhurst, admitted making indecent photographs of children, possessing a prohibited image of a child, and possessing extreme pornographic images involving animals”

Busy old Bramshaw


At 11 December 2023 at 12:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thank you for posting !
Also , give us some positivity sometimes, Sir or Madam Aanirfan ! Be well.

Greetings from Polska.

At 12 December 2023 at 02:15 , Blogger Anon said...

Greetings from Scotland! Thank you.


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