The British teen accused of murdering two sisters allegedly signed a pledge with a demon in blood to kill six women every six months in exchange for winning the lottery.
The details of the chilling contract were heard in the murder trial of Danyal Hussein, 19, on Wednesday, according to The Sun.
Hussein is accused of stabbing Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, to death last June at a London park where the social worker and photographer were celebrating Henry’s birthday, according to the outlet.
Jurors were presented with a copy of Hussein’s handwritten “deal with the devil,” which was found in his bedroom and signed in his blood, the UK tabloid reported.
Under the ghastly pact with Lucifuge Rofocale — the supposed “Prime Minister of Hell,” according to occultists — Hussein pledged to “perform a minimum of six sacrifices every six months for as long as I am free and physically capable,” a photo of the document showed.
He also promised to “kill only women,” “build a temple for you” and “do everything that I have promised,” according to the photo published by the outlet.
In return, Hussein asked to “win the Mega Millions Super Jackpot,” be rewarded with “wealth and power,” and “to never be suspected of the crimes by the police.”
Bank records show that Hussein bought multiple lottery tickets in the days following the brutal slayings, prosecutors reportedly said.
Another contract was found addressed to demonology’s Queen Byleth, in which the alleged demented teen killer asked the spirit to make “me more attractive to women romantically,” in exchange for blood, the Sun said.
The demon’s supposed demands involved incense, sweet drink, chocolate, red candles and more of the suspect’s blood, the article said.
Police arrested Hussein after finding a third person’s blood on the murder scene and linking DNA to his family, according to the report.
Detectives found Hussein’s father lived near the park and spotted him on security footage returning to the home at 4 a.m. on the morning of the killings, the article said.
“One of my officers deployed to do some research around purchases of knife blocks piped up straight away and said ‘I’ve got him buying knives in [British supermarket] Asda a couple of days before,’” Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding reportedly told the court.
Hussein’s blood was found all over the scene, and after the murders he went to the hospital for treatment of injuries he incurred during the alleged killings, telling doctors he had been mugged, according to The Daily Mirror.
Authorities linked his DNA to the bloody scene by swabbing his cheeks, according to the article.
“He refused to give a blood sample when he was arrested. He did not give a reason.” Detective Sergeant Robert Dodds reportedly told the court.
The alleged blood contract killer told investigators he was “very surprised” his DNA was linked to the women’s bodies because he did not submit to a blood sample, jurors heard Wednesday, the report said.
Two cops were previously charged with misconduct after allegedly taking selfies with the mutilated bodies of the sisters, and sharing the disgusting photos on WhatsApp.
“This has taken our grief to another place,” Mina Smallman, the victims’ mother, reportedly said.