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A woman who claimed to be the queen of a witches coven could be put on death row after she was found guilty of the brutal murder and dismemberment of a woman she met on Tinder.
Bailey Boswell, 26, and her 54-year-old boyfriend Aubrey Trail, murdered and then chopped Sydney Loofe, 24, into 14 pieces in November 2017.
Prosecutors said Boswell lured Ms Loofe to the flat she shared with her boyfriend using Tinder.
The couple then scattered Loofe’s remains in bing bags on the side of rural road in the US state of Nebraska.
Boswell was found guilty of first-degree murder and improper disposal after less than four hours of deliberation.
Her trial heard the couple told other dates they controlled a coven of witches – with Boswell being the queen.
The pair also said they gained supernatural powers by killing people, and had made videos of torture and murder.
It is thought Ms Loofe was killed quickly as her mobile phone was turned off 24 minutes after she arrived at the apartment.
Her body was cut into 14 pieces using a hacksaw and tinsnips bought from a Home Depot shop just hours earlier.
The July 2019 trial heard from Ashley Hills, 23, who knew the couple and told the court that Trail claimed he was a vampire with 12 witches.
Jurors were told that Boswell would contact young women on social media, and she and Trail together picked out a victim.
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Trail allegedly whipped and choked Hills, and told her that she could also become a witch if she killed someone.
Hills told the trial: "To get your power, you would have to breathe in someone's last breath."
She said Trail asked her to call him "daddy" and gave her an allowance of $200 (£155) a week, adding: "I liked the idea of being taken care of."
Trail admitted killing Ms Loofe in 2018 and had said Boswell had no part in the vicious killing.
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