Well, here’s something you don’t witness everyday: An uninhibited, voluntary confession to a grisly stabbing, all caught on tape by a local news team.
Did I mention the victim was also the ringleader of a Satanic cult and now we are all saved?
The riveting moment happened on Tuesday, Feb. 18, after a 61-year-old woman was brutally stabbed in the neck, chest and stomach at an apartment complex in Knoxville, Tenn.
The suspect was the victim’s daughter, Katie Nichols, who fled the scene. A neighbor described Nichols as “not emotionally stable…[and] needs quite a bit of help.”
Not long after speaking with the neighbor, Nichols calmly arrived back at the scene and spoke to the WVLT-TV news crew. While the cameras were rolling, Nichols alleged her mother was the leader of a Satanic cult and was attempting to kill her daughter, so naturally, she had to strike back.
“When I left, she was still breathing. I stabbed her three times and she should have died…she was the Antichrist, she did not die,” Nichols explained.
Nichols also told the local reporter than her mother had “symbolic representations” of both her and her daughter’s death, along with “every nuclear explosion that was supposed to happen,” but they won’t now, “because all of the Satanic cult has been rounded up and killed.”
- Affordable small home makeovers for Mother's Day
- Locals helping locals: 6 success stories you need to know about
- Sunscreen facts that could save your life
- 6 energy saving hacks for your home
- 5 tips for choosing a company to end your timeshare
- Overlooked water tips to save you money
- 5 of the most adored gentlemen in professional sports today
- The real danger of sitting at your desk
- Most surprising NBA playoff performances of the last 40 years
- 11 classic baseball movies you must see again
- Finally getting rid of fat: 3 methods that actually work
- 4 reasons cancer survivors should focus on food
- 5 spring cleaning spots everyone forgets
- 5 reasons to look forward to watching the D-backs this season
- Common virus attributed to spike in head and neck cancers
- 5 signs it’s time to end your timeshare ownership
- 3 most overlooked ways to keep your home healthy
- 6 ways the air in your home could be making you sick
- CrossFit dangers: 5 common injuries and how to deal with them
- Today's radiation treatments offer better success, fewer side effects
- Tips to make watching TV on the patio even better
- What really happens when you donate to a community college?
- Sun and skin cancer: Separating fact from fiction
- 5 critical lifestyle changes for a healthy colon
- What you need to know about Alzheimer's disease in Arizona
- Spring clean your windows like a pro with these 8 tips
- 7 films that should have won best-picture Oscars
- New plumbing technology saves money and improves your home
- Survey shows Arizona CFOs optimistic about 2016
- How chronic pain can affect your love life