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PRISON INTERVIEW WITH MAN WHO ONCE CLAIMED TO BE 500-YEAR-OLD VAMPIRE AND SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR MURDER
“Crime Watch Daily” Speaks with Rod Ferrell Who Was Convicted For The Brutal Murder of a Florida Couple and Could Possibly Have a Chance at Freedom Due to a New Supreme Court Ruling
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (April 11, 2016) — Crime Watch Daily sits down with Rod Ferrell, who made headlines for the brutal murder of a Florida couple dubbed by the press as the “Vampire Murders.” Ferrell, who was 16 at the time, believed he was a 500-year-old vampire named Vesago and led a small cult of teenagers who also believed themselves to be vampires. “I tried to embrace…the lifestyle of being a vampire and being so young, my mind latched onto it so deeply, so tenaciously that I got lost inside it,” tells Ferrell to Crime Watch Daily. Ferrell was originally the youngest person on death row, but his sentence was later commuted to life in prison without parole in 2000. Now, due to a recent Supreme Court ruling which declared life without parole unconstitutional for juveniles, Ferrell might get a chance at freedom. Ferrell is looking forward to the possibly of life as a free man telling Crime Watch Daily, “I have a woman, I have a job waiting on me. I even have a cat and dog waiting.”
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