Police officers in Florida who entered the home of 47-year-old Nickcole Dykema, were surprised to find a Satanic altar comprising of 3,714 knives, swords, pentagrams and bones.
During a routine visit to serve a warrant to Nickcole for violating probation, the officers were shocked to discover the Satanic booby-trapped home, and had to call for reinforcements in order to safely apprehend the satanist.
After shooting her with a beanbag to no effect—twice—the cops eventually took Dykema down with a Taser. Throughout the ordeal, they were given a tour of a house that sounds and looks like the set of a Rob Zombie movie.
“I think most people would look at that and would come to the realization that it does appear to be at least mimicking satanic worship,” Hernando County Sheriff Al Nienhuis told CBS.
As you might imagine, Dykema was also not the best neighbor.
“My family has been through hell for two years with this woman,” Paula Deford, the woman’s neighbor, told the station. “It’s just been torment, torment.”
The CBS station released footage that appears to show Dykema wearing all black and attacking Deford’s home with a knife.
According to Hernando County court records, Dykema had previously been arrested on two separate occasions for three charges: carrying a concealed weapon, giving a false name to police, and resisting arrest. In December 2014, she was suspected of stealing knives from a Dollar Tree store, a local ABC affiliate reports.
Now she’s charged with violating probation, property damage, resisting an officer, criminal mischief and battery of a cop. She’s currently being held without bond.
“I’m lucky to be alive is how I feel,” Deford, her neighbor, told CBS. “That’s exactly how I feel.”
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