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13,689. They dug up bodies with their heads were cleaved open with hatchets and this type of thing. Others had arms and legs ripped off. People had been& boiled alive. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) Clifford L Linedecker, author Hell Ranch
13,690. He got exactly what he wanted by convincing his followers he had supernatural powers and ability. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) Clifford L Linedecker
13,691. He was plugged into high-ranking police officials to TV producers, singers, movie actors, movie stars who were convinced that he was able to guide their careers. And he made a lot of money. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) David McLemore, journalist Dallas News 20
13,692. Known as El Padrino, this cult leader was the kingpin of a Mexican drug-trafficking operation. He murdered people to increase his power over the spirit world. He sadistically tortured and killed his victims and fed their internal organs into his grisly cauldron. Adolfo de Jesus de Stanzo – the Black Magic Murderer. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) The Godfather of Matamoros, Biography 2008
13,693. The authorities soon made a grisly discovery at the ranch: thirteen bodies buried in eight shallow graves. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) ibid.
13,694. The search then began for Adolfo Constanzo – drug dealer, witch-doctor and mass murderer. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) ibid.
13,695. The only thing that would surpass his greed was his lust for blood. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) ibid.
13,696. Constanzo’s clients paid thousands of dollars for cleansings and rituals that they were convinced would ensure healthy lives and successful careers. Among his most devoted patrons were the drug dealers. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) ibid.
13,697. Constanzo’s cult became a campaign of ritualistic terror. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) ibid.
13,698. Soon Adolfo Constanzo’s dedicated followers included a cadre of corrupt cops, dirty politicians and desperate drugs dealers. He would become a powerful cartel boss in his own right. (Cults: Palo & Murder Cases: Constanzo) ibid.
133,782. Santería and Palo Mayombe are West African-derived religions/sects with components of Catholicism, and both involve the ritual use of nonhuman skeletal remains which make them an increasing object of forensic interest. Palo Mayombe specifically involves also the use of human skeletal remains placed within ritual cauldrons or ngangas along with multiple ritual artifacts. A case of a nganga recovered from a periodically drained canal in Western Massachusetts, USA is presented. This nganga contained multiple items indicating its origin, including railroad spikes, coins, other metal objects, a stone, a glass bead, and multiple labeled and unlabeled sticks and was associated with a knife. It also contained skeletal remains of a bird and a snake as well as a nearly intact human skull of an adult male. The origin of the human remains is likely from a cemetery or as a former anatomical specimen. The find of this nganga is atypical in that it is away from the usual urban centers of Palo Mayombe in the USA, and forensic practitioners should be aware that such sources of human remains may occur in their jurisdictions. Science Direct online article March 2015