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Self-proclaimed Satanist says she's taken part in dozens of murders

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(WBRE) A woman accused of killing a man she met through Craigslist has told a newspaper reporter she's guilty of that murder, and many more.

Miranda Barbour, a self proclaimed Satanist, says she lost count after killing 22 people.

Barbour also said Troy LaFerrara, the Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania man she claims is her most recent victim, could have lived had he not said the wrong thing.

The confession came out during a chilling jailhouse interview with Francis Scarcella, a Daily Item reporter.

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