There are other names for the devil so where did Satan come from
There are other names for the devil so where did Satan come from?The Devil Takes the Bodies of dead women and girls just before they are buried. The “half-breed” Indians living over in Itawamba County in Mississippi are suspected. Most of the disappearances happened in that county and 3 in Monroe County. This is the story of the ninth, tenth and eleventh incidents which occurred in Lee County.
Devil Takes the Bodies of Dead Women
It wasn’t the suspected Indians.
Two young boys were among the first witnesses in Lee County. Their curiosity and “running wild freedom” resulted in them seeing the Devil several times. Eventually he takes them too.
The Devil continues his horror and eventually takes 11 dead women and girls. And he winds up with the 11 plus 3 live children, the 2 boys and an 11 year old girl.
The ending of the story proves that evil existed in Mississippi early in the last century.
The story is told in the language of that era. what the devil meant for evil
Fossils have shown that at least 8 of our "cousins" co-existed about a million years ago. Our latest cousin, the Neanderthal, survived until about 28,000 years ago.
Now new fossils have been found that show another of our cousins existed to 12,000 years ago, and maybe as late as 4,000 years ago. Couple this with the large number of reported Bigfoot sightings and we get a strong indication that Bigfoot really does exist.
This is the story of finding a Bigfoot Clan and having the finder join them.