According to police reports, the former college footballer had been acting strangely in the run up to the attack.
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His mother told police he claimed to have superpowers and thought there were demons in the house. Harrouff's father, Wade Harrouff , told investigators they had gone for a walk the afternoon before the killings and came across two turtle shells.
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He said his son pulled out a knife and said something was going to happen. He said he convinced his son to put away the knife, which was later found near the victims.
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After a bizarre family meal at a nearby sports bar, where Harrouff tried to eat cooking oil, he walked the four miles to the couple's home. Topics Science and nature books The Observer. Anthropology reviews.
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But the farmer offered him a cup of wine instead. As nobody would give him water, Shri Badat cursed the people and the region, and flew away. It is said that Shri Badat hid under a glacier, where he remains to this day, and will one day return to rule Gilgit with an iron hand.
Prince Azur Jamshed and Miyo Khai later claimed the Gilgit throne, but the region Shri Badat had cursed was doomed and no longer yielded fruit. What sets apart this legend from other tales of cannibalism is that Shri Badat is not redeemed and does not die at the end, but goes into occultation, which is an attribute of saints, holy men, and messiahs who will one day return to restore a certain order. His legend thus elevates cannibalism to a sacred act, investing one who indulged in it with occult and holy powers.
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