Greek authorities found a tourist couple dead in a holiday house after they allegedly committed suicide during a Satanic ritual on New Year’s Eve.
Authorities identified the couple as 23-year-old Lili Botusheva, of Bulgaria, and a 30-year-old German man after the homeowner of the house they rented in Kephalonia discovered them dead on New Year’s Eve, according to EU Scoop.
Authorities found the man in the bathtub with a knife in his heart, allegedly self-inflicted, and found Botusheva half-naked on a couch with her wrists slit, also allegedly self-inflicted. The authorities found ritual candles and pentagrams in the house, according to the report.
Botusheva’s family reported her missing in June 2017 and uploaded photos and posts to social media requesting help to locate her, according to Greek Reporter. Botusheva allegedly contacted authorities later and informed them that she was in Erfurt, Germany.
Locals allege the woman and her boyfriend mostly kept to themselves, rarely coming out of the house since renting it on Dec, 26, and that they arrived in a rental car with fake license plates.
Botusheva died before her boyfriend, crime scene investigators allegeand that the man also slashed his wrists, but stabbed himself in the heart to speed up the process. The man helped Botusheva die, but showed no signs of a struggle between the two, the coroner’s report showed, indicating that it was consensual.
Greek police also discovered scars indicating self harm on Botusheva’s body, leading them to believe she had participated in Satanic rituals prior to her alleged suicide.
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