I PLANNED TO EAT HIS HEART
18 years for net-date maniac
A WOMAN who boasted to cops she planned to kill a man she met online, eat his heart and leave a note on his body for officers has been banged up for 18 years.
Amy Brown, 24, lured the victim to a pub on January 29, told him she was a serial killer and stabbed him in the chest.
She was sentenced after pleading guilty to attempted murder.
The victim, who met Brown after he created a Craigslist post seeking companionship, was able to escape and seek help at a chemists, cops in Lynnwood, Washington, said. He suffered a collapsed lung but survived.
The 29- year- old man told police he’d created the profile seeking a woman “for friendship and possibly dating.” Brown responded to the post and agreed to meet, and they ended up at the Rodeo Inn in a room paid for by the man. SERIAL CHILLER: Brown planned to carry out a string of killings, she told cops
The man and Brown were lying on the bed talking and Brown asked several times if he was a serial killer. She then climbed on him, yelling “Well, I am!” and stabbed him.
When arrested, she told officers she planned to kill the man and eat his heart and that she had written a note to leave on his body “explaining that she planned to kill again.”