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Two Women Stabbed Man 300 Times in Satanic Sex Ritual, Cops Say

By Andrew Chow, Esq. on November 11, 2011 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

It was a wild weekend in Wisconsin that one teenager will never forget. An 18-year-old was cut and slashed more than 300 times -- the victim of an alleged satanic sex stabbing, police say.

Two Milwaukee women, 22 and 20, are under arrest in connection with the bizarre incident, which began with an online encounter.

Something must've clicked, because the 18-year-old man decided to hop on a bus -- from his home in Arizona to the ladies' lair in Milwaukee.

What exactly happened that weekend is not entirely clear. But late on a Sunday, the man told police he'd been held captive for two days and repeatedly stabbed.

Medics treated more than 300 wounds on his face, neck, back, arms, and legs.

Police followed a blood trail to the ladies' apartment. Inside, they found pools of blood alongside books describing satanic sex stabbings and other rituals. Titles included "The Necromantic Ritual Book" and "The Werewolf's Guide to Life."

The women -- Rebecca Chandler and Raven "Scarlett" Larrabee -- admitted to having sex with, and cutting, their victim, but insisted it was all consensual.

That may be true, but police also found bloody ropes and duct tape in the apartment, which may suggest otherwise.

The women have not yet been charged, but they are being held in jail in connection with reckless injury.

That's a theory of liability that suggests the pair knew or should have known their actions would cause harm.

Larrabee is being held in lieu of $100,000, while Chandler's bail has been set at $150,000 -- a high price to pay for a satanic sex stabbing that seems to have gotten a bit out of hand.

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