by Charles McNider | Millennium City Gazette
The bodies of three women were discovered in an abandoned garage on Orando St. south of Levitz Lane in Westside late last night.
The remains of the three were found at 11:23 p.m. by MCPD officers responding to a 911 call from a man wishing to remain anonymous who claimed that he had seen some “strange goings-on” at the garage.
Officers discovered the bodies of three women dressed in what a source in the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office claimed was “typical of robes worn by practitioners of ceremonial magic”. The bodies had been wrapped in plastic sheeting and left side-by-side on the floor of the garage, indicating that the women had died elsewhere and their bodies had been taken there at a later time. The bodies displayed no visible signs of physical or sexual assault.
One of the women has been identified as Julie Ambercrombie, 29, the owner of Dark Shadows occult bookshop in downtown Millennium City and well-known member of the Wiccan community. The second woman, Galina Belova, 33, of Chicago, Il was believed to be a member of the devil-worshiping cult called DEMON but this has not been corroborated. The identity of the third woman, an African-American female in her early to mid twenties, has yet to be established.
A source in the MCPD revealed that officers canvassing the area were unsuccessful in turning up any leads as to the person or persons responsible for depositing the bodies in the garage.
Autopsies are scheduled for 8 a.m. this morning to determine cause of death.