Thursday, October 9, 2014

"Dark Fluffers" Charged With Murder

Is this where the ongoing epidemic of "dark fluff" has led us? A North Carolina couple has been charged with murder after skeletal remains were discovered buried in their yard. The "dark fluff" connection is that the man goes by the name Pazuzu, the demon featured in "The Exorcist," and was described by an ex-girlfriend as a "worshipper of 'evil gods.'" In Babylonian and Assyrian mythology Pazuzu was the demon king of the southwest wind that brought famine, but from his appearance I doubt this guy ever looked any deeper than the pop culture version.

Pazuzu Illah Algarad, 35, and Amber Nicole Burch, 24, were both arrested Sunday after police executed a search warrant and found the remains, according to WXII. It's currently unclear why Forsyth County police executed a search warrant on the home, but this isn't the first time Algarad has been involved in a murder case. In 2010, Algarad was convicted on a charge of accessory after the fact in the shooting death of 30-year-old Joseph Chandler. Chandler's body was found near a river by police after his mother reported him missing that morning. According to state records, Algarad was released on probation.

Bianca Heath claimed she lived with Algarad for a month in 2005, and that he had spoken of the bones in his back yard. "Paz told everyone," Heath told The Huffington Post. "But I never believed him. I'm sure no one else believed him either. He laughed about the skeletal remains when telling the story on why he did what he did." Heath said Algarad told her he picked up two prostitutes at two separate locations before he killed and ate them, burning the remains in a fire pit before burying the rest.

Frankly, there's a good reason nobody believed Algarad. Generally speaking, people who make themselves up like freaks and go on and on about darkness and evil are so stupid they can barely tie their own shoes, let alone plan and carry out a murder. Humans are survivors, and killing someone is a lot harder than it looks on television. Getting away with it is even more difficult, as I expect Algarad and Burch will find out at trial.

Maybe the deal here is that Burch is the smart one. From her picture she looks pretty normal, even cute. That's how you should look if you want to be able to lure and manipulate victims, or for that matter do something as simple as hold down a job. I have no doubts that Algarad is a psychopath of some sort, but he also strikes me as far too delusional to be that dangerous on his own.

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