Miranda Barbour and husband Elytte Barbour have revealed new details about the killing of Troy LaFerrara, who they allegedly targeted via Craigslist.
The 19-year-old Pennsylvania girl claims to have ties to a Satanic cult that drove her to murder at least 22 people - but less than 100 people - nationally.
The final victim? LeFerrera, whose Craigslist ad they answered.
The murderous duo say the recent slaughter was nearly botched via miscommunication, and they were done in by the most obvious of mistakes after the fact.
Speaking from Northumberland County Prison, Miranda Barbour said she and Elytte, 22, responded to LeFerrera's Craigslist ad advertising “companionship.”
She tells the Sunbury Daily Item that they made crucial mistakes in the murder of the Port Trevorton, Pa. native, a man who stood 6'2" and weighed 278 lbs.
Elytte planned to hide in the backseat of the Honda CRV the killing took place in. Her signal for him to pounce? Asking LaFerrara, “Did you see the stars tonight?”
Barbour said that she tested LaFerrara when he entered the car, telling him she “just turned 16,” and “when he said he didn’t care, I knew” he had to die.
Ferrara began fondling her under her dress, Barbour said, at which point she asked the stars question twice, only to get no response from her spouse.
Finally, she hit his leg, “and he began to strangle the man.”
“Things got out of control,” Barbour said, noting that her demeanor changed to homicidal, “and I got the knife out” to begin stabbing him repeatedly.
She joked that her husband of three weeks referred to her bloodthirsty alter ego - allegedly the product of Satan summoning her forth - as “Super Miranda.”
Barbour said they abandoned his corpse in an alley, but later returned to the scene of the crime, which was the mistake that got them both apprehended.
“We came back the next day and saw all the police there, and I said to Elytte, ‘I guess they found him,’” she said, adding that she began panicking.
When cops began asking her questions, "it was all over.”
Asked if she regretted any of her actions, Barbour said that she didn’t, using her love for her 2-year-old daughter as a rationale for the act of violence.
“I knew two people like myself and my husband could not raise a normal child,” Miranda said in a bizarre attempt to explain her serial killing ways.
“I have love for my husband and for my daughter like anyone normal would have, but I know I lost everything, and I want my story out there for me.”
Barbour, according to the paper, claims she "lost count" of how many people she killed prior to this after about 22, but it's still less than a hundred.
She offered to “pinpoint on a map” the location of the slaughters, spanning from Alaska to Texas to California to North Carolina, she claims to be responsible for.
Police Chief Steve Mazzeo told the paper that officials “are taking her claims very seriously [and] have made contact with the FBI, and … agreed to work with them."
“I will not discuss any details, but we have agreed to liaison with federal investigators ... we have also been in contact with authorities in other parts of the country,”
Prosecutors said they will aim for the death penalty for Elytte and Barbour, who has matter-of-factly admitted she will kill more people if released from custody.
This is true regardless of the fact that investigators are skeptical of her serial killer claims and think she may only be behind the aforementioned murder.