King Kevin: October 2002 Archives

October 28, 2002

Pagans blamed for cruel horse attacks

Scotland: Superstitions about witchcraft aren't restricted to those parts of Africa and the Indian sub-continents where education is a rarity. Sometimes it happens in a country known for its high levels of literacy, like Scotland, for example.

The National Equine Welfare Council blames Neopagans for a series of attacks on horses in Aberdeenshire between October and Easter (that well-known Pagan holiday), and which have recently resumed. In the recent cases, horses tails were hacked off with a blunt instrument. They claim their reseach has demonstrated the link, but what was their source? Step forward Kevin Carlyon:

Kevin Carlyon, the High Priest of British White Witches, said some people who dealt in black magic thought animal parts could give them supreme, occult power.

Scots are being told to look out for pentagrams and double-headed axes.

A recent article in Fortean Times revealed that the leading suspect in South American cattle mutilations was a mouse. Horse attacks may be witchcraftBBC News, October 28th 2002.

October 27, 2002

It said 'lone, white, not religious'

Self-appointed "King of the Witches" Kevin Carlyon sent the FBI a 'psychic profile' of the Maryland Sniper, though no specific details were given. He also promised to do a ritual to help:

Mr Carlyon, of Hastings, East Sussex, said: I am going to carry out a ceremony to get him to come to me. Hopefully, the police will take him out.

Brit Witch Offer to FBIDaily Record, October 21st 2002.

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