Nothing says “romance” like planning and committing a murder together.
At least that is what a newlywed Pennsylvania couple did to seal their passionate commitment to one another.
A newlywed couple in Pennsylvania killed a man whom the wife had lured to a rendezvous though an online dating advertisement, strangling him and stabbing him repeatedly, police said on Friday.
The pair, named as Elytte and Miranda Barbour, “just wanted to murder someone together,” Sunbury Police Corporal Brad Hare told Reuters.
Elytte Barbour, 22, hid under a blanket in the back of their car as his 18-year-old wife Miranda drove to pick up a man she met through Craigslist at a mall north of Harrisburg on November 11, the Sunbury Police Department said in a report.
On Miranda’s signal, Elytte strangled the man, 42-year-old Troy LaFerrara, with a cord while she stabbed him about 20 times, it said.
They dumped his body in an alley in Sunbury, where police found him the next day. (source)
Ever prepared, the bizarre couple brought bleach wipes, towels, and cleaning supplies to the romantic affair in order to remove the blood from the interior of their love nest….er…vehicle.
After the entertainment portion of the evening was complete, Elytte and Miranda enjoyed a lovely dinner out at a restaurant.
In true Romeo-and-Juliet fashion, the incredibly disturbed couple is currently unable to be together, separated at the cruel hands of local law enforcement. Perhaps their passionate memories will sustain them, as Elytte and Miranda have both been arrested, charged with criminal homicide and assault, and are being held without bail.
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