Five years ago Bobby Jamison, Sherilyn Jamison and their six-year-old daughter Madyson mysteriously vanished. It wasn’t until more than four years later that their skeletal remains were found on a remote Oklahoma mountainside, lying side-by-side, face down in the dirt, three miles from their abandoned truck.This is the story of a family, that may have been killed do to either witchcraft, a bad meth deal and or some other paranormal experiences.
With details, that broke through the surface, we learned that the family most definitely dabbled in witchcraft and even consulted satanic bibles, what else occured inside that home is a bite of a mystery.
Satanic: Niki said that Sherilyn may have upset someone in the mountains because she wrote over devil-worshiping messages written over this wreck with messages of peace and love
part of Oklahoma is known for that … cults and stuff like that … from what I’ve been told and from what I’ve read,” Connie said. “I was told (around the time of Sherilyn’s disappearance) … that she was on a cult’s hit list.”
The unnerving, perhaps subconscious suggestion here, is that Madyson may have been a sacrifice to a cult or used in a satanic ritual?
were all three of them part of some satanist influences and were they somehow chosen to be the cults next sacrifices, after all they did get the satanist attention when they were up there?
The Daily Mail ran a story on the family, that just disappeared. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2700722/Witchcraft-white-supremacists-meth-labs-family-grudge-Inside-Americas-bizarre-unsolved-murder-mystery-five-years-husband-wife-daughter-six-vanished-remote-mountains.html
Cold facts of the present!
- Bobby and Sherilyn Jamison vanished along with their daughter Madyson, six, in October 2009
- Truck found in Oklahoman mountains with $32,000, car keys, phones and the family dog was close to death
- Remains found last November three miles away, face down and in a line
- Police have looked into claims of witchcraft, meth use, a drug deal turned sour, white supremacists, accidental death, and murder-suicide
- Authorities are no closer to finding out what happened
- Family and friends – who held a memorial for the family on Saturday – tell MailOnline they are convinced foul play was involved
The list of reasons why the Jamisons could have been killed is dizzying. Was the tragedy linked to witchcraft, white supremacists, a drug deal gone wrong, a relative with a grudge with ties to the Mexican mafia, or did they stumble across a meth lab and pay the ultimate price?
Or was it a brutal murder-suicide, brought on by Sherilyn’s crippling depression following the tragic death of her sister two years earlier? Others have said, more simply, they just wandered off, got lost and died of hypothermia.
The police have said they haven’t been able to ‘completely eliminate anything’. Earlier this month the medical examiner ruled their cause of death as inconclusive after their remains were found in November.
But speaking to MailOnline, their friends and family said they are sure of one thing – their deaths were not accidental.
‘There’s no way they just wandered off and got lost’, Sherilyn’s mother Connie Kokotan told MailOnline. ‘What I truly believe is that they went up there, saw something they shouldn’t and were murdered by someone. Who that was, I just don’t know.
In recent statements we saw that a woman claimed that there house was haunted?
Witchcraft, ‘spiritual warfare’ and possession
The family’s pastor Gary Brandon gave a shocking statement to police during the initial investigation.
He said the family had been involved in ‘spiritual warfare’ and that both Bobby and Sherilyn had told him they had seen spirits at their home.
– Niki Shenold, Sherilyn’s best friend, claimed their house was haunted and was also confirmed by the family pastor
But in all seriousness, that house was haunted. I don’t want to sound crazy, but whenever I went there I felt a horrible presence, I would leave feeling so down and depressed’
– Niki Shenold, Sherilyn’s best friend
Could there have been some sort of demonic influences, that led to their deaths and disappearances?
This is the part I was concerned about folks, why would you consult a satanic bible to rid evil spirits?At one point, Bobby asked his pastor – who has since left the area and spoken to no one involved in the case – whether he could obtain ‘special bullets’ to shoot the spirits. He later said he had consulted the ‘satanic Bible’ to rid the property of the evil presence.A ‘witch’s bible’ was found in the house after their disappearance. Then bizarre messages were found scrawled on the side of the container the family had planned to move into, sitting outside their house.
Niki, 41, who has put her life on hold for the last five years to dedicate her time to the search effort, said Sherilyn’s neighbours had been poisoning their cats so wrote on the container to ‘scare them off’.
Response from Niki.
‘She was interested in witches, we both were,’ said Niki. ‘Years before, we bought matching witch’s bibles. We put them on our coffee tables as a bit of a joke. That’s what the police found.
‘But in all seriousness, that house was haunted. I don’t want to sound crazy, but whenever I went there I felt a horrible presence, I would leave feeling so down and depressed, it’s hard to describe
Statements made by Niki:‘Maybe someone saw her and got really angry because she was writing over their messages? It wouldn’t surprise me up there’
– Niki Shenold
‘In the picture Madyson is looking away from the camera, she looks unhappy and she has her arms crossed… if that had been Bobby or Sherilyn behind the camera, she would not have looked like that’
– Starlet on the last picture of Madyson
But if they weren’t doing a drug deal, could the Jamisons have walked into one?
The remote Sans Bois mountain range has a reputation for being a haven for meth labs, where criminals cooked up the drug miles from prying eyes.
Starlet, 67, said: ‘There are lots of them up there. It is well known. Maybe they stumbled across one of them when they were there and someone came after them?’
Connie added: ‘I don’t know all the details, but I can tell you Bobby had recently gone to police to report someone in the local area for running a meth lab. Obviously that person is going to be very upset.’
Please read the following link for more details, this is such a horrible incident it even hurts to think of such a thing.
Our prayers go out to the family and for peace for the family that was brutally murdered and seeing the evidence presented I to believe without a doubt ,they were murdered.
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