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Farm of Death

Updated on July 13, 2017

Flesh Ripping Teeth

These hogs will eat any flesh. If they get the taste of human blood, they will attack a human as well, until they kill.
These hogs will eat any flesh. If they get the taste of human blood, they will attack a human as well, until they kill. | Source

Chapter 1: Growing Up On The Farm

As a young boy, Billy Bob grew up with his mom and dad, (who was abusive, both mentally and physically). He lived on a farm which had, 75 acres of land. The acres contained, a big house with a porch swing, a barn, a man-made lake, along with woods, and of course, tons of farm animals. Near the house, there was a gigantic oak tree. Each day the squirrels could be seen in and around that tree. On this particular sunny day, the tree looked as if it was proud to be in the yard. It's branches were out stretched towards the sun, soaking in every ray of sunshine. The yard itself was nice and large. There was a porch swing on the back porch and nearby a fountain made a nice, calming, bubbling sound. With all the drama in this house, this was the most peaceful spot at the home.

With things being so tough at home, there were many days that Billy Bob liked to wander around in the woods and just walk the acres and acres of land that were owned by his ancestors and now, his family. He would go out and just walk. No one would miss him, he would sometimes walk for hours at a time. Sometimes, with his crazy life, he would just imagine that it was normal. Billy Bob would imagine a life that was peaceful, not one like he had now, always living in fear, never knowing when his dad would have a bad day and have one of his abusive nights.

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Farming (Death) Tools

The killer farm hand has lots of tools in his possession to carry out his horrible crimes.
The killer farm hand has lots of tools in his possession to carry out his horrible crimes. | Source

Chapter 2: Harming Animals

Billy Bob had a father who was a drunk and a mom who was addicted to drugs. His father expected perfection and beat Billy Bob on many occasions with his belt, and other times with his fists. These would not make good times for anyone and they certainly were not good times for Billy Bob. As a result of his father's actions towards him, Billy Bob started losing his mind. He wanted to inflict pain on any and everything that he does not feel comfortable with or feels threatened by. The constant, grueling punishment of his father caused him to be mean. Billy Bob needed to be able to release his built up anger. He needed an outlet. Instead of exercising, shooting basketball, or a number of different ways to let off steam, he takes out his unhappiness and abuse on the farm animals. At one point, he took a pair of hedge clippers, that he found in his dad's tool shed and, cut off the tail of a cow. This was the first of many incidences. This only led to him into getting somewhat of a deeper addiction for being more violent. This violence, only led to him getting into more trouble with his father. His father became more enraged and more violent with each act of violence that Billy Bob performed. It became a truly vicious never ending cycle.

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The Piranha's Are Hungry!

The farmer serial killer often tossed the remains of his victims in his man made lake which wee loaded full of piranha.
The farmer serial killer often tossed the remains of his victims in his man made lake which wee loaded full of piranha. | Source

Chapter 3: Hurting Humans

When Billy Bob turned 12 years old, his father died tragically, in a drunk driving car accident. A few days after his 19th birthday, his mother committed suicide by shooting herself in the face. Billy Bob couldn't figure out why this happened to him at all but, why such a young age, he often wondered. This was a lot of tragedy in a short amount of time for such a young person well, really a person of any age.

With all of the tragedy, this caused him to go crazy, literally. The family farm, land and everything that goes with it, was left to Billy Bob.

After the death of his parents, Billy Bob grew suspicious of people. He felt like he was talked about by different people which caused him to stay more and more to himself. He would spend his time, hunting for wild game and wild animals, wild fowl and different types of birds, for his food. Billy Bob quickly became a recluse and grew all of the food that he could. Anything from, herbs, different fruit trees, fruits, vegetables. For his animals, he was in possession of having chickens and hogs, cows. He got to the point, that he didn't want to go into town unless he absolutely felt it was necessary. He just did not want to deal with people and hear the whispers, behind his back.

There were two men that wandered onto his land one day by accident. This man met his untimely demise by a crossbow arrow to the stomach. It stuck in his stomach. He fell down on his knees and then to his side. The second man knelt down to check on his friend. He was also finished off with a crossbow arrow shot to he mouth. The two men were then taken to the barn where they were chopped into little pieces. Those parts were fed either to the hogs or to his piranha, that are in the pond. The pieces of meat that he could eat off of the men, he brought into his home to prepare to eat them. The men went on the missing person's list.


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Chapter 4: Stockpile of Victims

Over the course of 3 years, Billy Bob murdered 15 people including, men and women. After killing his victims, he piled them up in a barn and one at a time and, cut the bodies into 7 or 8 pieces. He got rid of the bodies, bones and all of them, by one of two ways. Number 1, is he would feed them to a family of over 400 piranha that swim in the lake located on his farm. The other way he disposed of his victims, was to feed the remains to a hungry herd of hogs. "Talk to me, talk to me, talk to me!", it was odd that he said something like that considering he was looking past the hogs to a wooden fence. Now, Billy Bob has completely lost it.

Farm Weapons of Destruction

The maniac farmer has lots of tools that he misuses for his evil deeds against innocent people.
The maniac farmer has lots of tools that he misuses for his evil deeds against innocent people. | Source

Chapter 5: Trying to Escape

Billy Bob kept two of his victims separated from the rest because, he wanted to give them a slow death. They were held captive in a tool shed behind the barn. His intentions for these two were unthinkable. His plan for their deaths, was to starve them to death. Fortunately, the two men, who were brothers, managed to get free of the rope that bound them. Then, one of the men kicked the door ajar and the two men emerged. Billy Bob was right there, stabbing one through the stomach with a pitchfork. The other began to run and Billy Bob pulled his machete from his belt holster and started towards his prey. Yes, he could have thrown the machete and hit this poor man in the back and just ended the man's life right then and there. Billy Bob just watched as the man seemed to be getting away. When all of the sudden, he let out a loud scream and fell. Billy Bob had hundreds of bear traps throughout his property, and one of them just clamped down on the right ankle and shin of his victim. Billy Bob caught up to his fallen victim and sliced his head off at the neck with his machete. So much for the slow deaths of these two poor souls.

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Farmer by Day

Billy Bob worked the farm hard during the daytime hours.
Billy Bob worked the farm hard during the daytime hours. | Source

Chapter 6: More Mayhem

Billy Bob has killed people in many different ways including, running a woman over with a tractor, stabbing men with pitchforks, knives and a machete and he even uses farm animals to help kill and eat the poor souls who encounter this sick freak. He does such a great job of covering up any evidence and he lives kind of far from town so, the cops never suspect that he is the one doing all of these killings.

After being a recluse for so long and not being known by his neighbors, no one would have even suspected that he was as brutal a person as he is.

What is Inside?

This lunatic has all kinds of things in this nasty barn. Not to mention stuff that may be hidden deep inside.
This lunatic has all kinds of things in this nasty barn. Not to mention stuff that may be hidden deep inside. | Source

Chapter 7: Fighting Back!

Billy Bob killed for many years. He started to get a little bit more careless in covering up the evidence with each killing. This was especially true with his latest two victims. They were a couple, they seemed to be a really nice couple, that had been at a local cabin for a few days. They were doing some hiking in the woods and they didn't realize where the property line was, and they wondered onto his property. He kidnapped them and brought them back to his home. He kept this couple in the basement of his own home, for some reason. This couple seemed special to him. It was almost like he trusted them more. This would prove to be a bad decision. He tied them up with some rope to a couple of chairs in the basement. For food, he fed them minimal water and bread. What he did not know, was that the male was double jointed and could get himself undone from the ropes that Billy Bob had tied him up with.

When they escaped the property, they knew they could not get off the property easily. They have heard the screams, they knew about the bear traps and barbed wire.

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Final Chapter

Once the couple frees themselves, they immediately look for a way to escape. There are no windows in the basement. The outside door is locked. The only other option is to try the door at the top of the stairs to see if it is locked. They get to the top of the stairs and to their surprise the door is open. The man sneaks to the kitchen and pulls out a few drawers until he spots a knife. He sees Billy Bob as he is returning to the basement door. Billy Bob is rocking back and forth in his recliner, watching television. Without any notice, Billy Bob turns around in his chair and is holding a 12 gauge double barrel pump shot gun. He instantly blows the man's head off. The girl screams. He pumps the shot gun and yells at her to come closer to him.

He explains the terms of her survival is to be his slave and do anything that is asked of her. The first order of business he barks out at her is to clean up the brains of her boyfriend who are now splattered all over the floor and walls of Billy Bob's home.

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