He claimed to have been abused by women as a boy and said at one point: “I prefer that my dogs eat the meat of these women, than they keep breathing my oxygen.” Parts of the man’s confession may have to be taken with a grain of salt; he previously confessed to killing 20 women, but Gomez said he has been able to provide details — names and description of the victims — in only 10 cases.
Gomez said that authorities are investigating whether the man did in fact sell the bones of some of his victims to practitioners of Santeria, a faith that began in Cuba when African slaves blended Yoruba spiritual beliefs with Roman Catholic traditions. The suspect said that he sold the bones to a man he met at a bus stop. – The Washington Post
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