Florida Teacher Had Teens Cut And Burn Themselves In Ritual To Release Demons

Dabbling in the spirit world should be a part of every curriculum. Via the New York Daily News:

Florida teacher Danielle Harkins, 35, brought seven teens to a spot by the pier in St. Petersburg on Saturday, and began the strange religious ritual by starting a small fire, police told WTSP News. The teacher then told the teens to cut themselves to cast out demons lurking in their bodies, and cauterize the wounds to prevent the spirits from returning, investigators said.

“There was apparently some chanting and then dancing around this fire that was taking place,” St. Petersburg Police Department spokesman Mike Puetz told Fox Tampa Bay.

Two kids were cut, and one sustained second-degree burns after the teacher allegedly poured perfume on his wound and lit it with a cigarette lighter. One of them was cut in the neck with a broken bottle and the wound was cauterized with a heated-up house key.

21 Comments on "Florida Teacher Had Teens Cut And Burn Themselves In Ritual To Release Demons"

  1. I approve of everything in this post.

  2. Investinourftre | Jun 20, 2012 at 3:31 pm |

    I don’t see what’s wrong with it, they should be honored to receive the Rites.

  3. NarwhalNecropsy | Jun 20, 2012 at 4:00 pm |

    Quick, someone exercise this bitches demons.

  4. Leevaijeans | Jun 20, 2012 at 4:39 pm |

    this is the coolest fucking news ive heard since the bath salts face eating

  5. Freedom of Religion…

    Keep it up, Teach.

  6. nothing seems to work on the kids of today!

  7. Methinks there’s something in the water in Florida these days…

    Oh. Right. Corexit.

    Anyway, at least it’s making Florida have a reason to exist, even if it is only for entertainment value…

    • Florida has been this way for much longer than there’s been a surplus of Corexit in the Gulf.

      • Fark.com has a florida special tag, and the stories are out of this world crazy.

        • Indeed they do.

          Fark.com is one of my favorite websites and I try to make it to the local Fark parties when I can.

          Somewhere I even have a picture of me and Drew Curtis.

  8. Vladstick | Jun 20, 2012 at 6:32 pm |

    OK, now just look at this woman and listen to what your heart tells you. Is she not at war witin herself and should she be inflicted on teaching young ones. Who decided she was “ok?’

  9. A perfect example of why Freedom FROM Religion is more important than Freedom OF Religion … not wording it what way may just be a fatal flaw in America’s founding documents.

  10. Lifobryan | Jun 20, 2012 at 7:44 pm |

    Those schools should DEFINITELY stop ordering textbooks from Texas:
    Chapter 1 – The earth is only 6000 years old
    Chapter 2 – Global warming is the result of poorly insulated windows in hell
    Chapter 3 – Adam & Eve rode dinosaurs to Sunday School
    Chapter 4 – George Washington wrote the Constitution using a feather quill plucked from an angel wing
    Chapter 5 – Readin’ Writin’ & Ritual Cauterizing

  11. Fools! Thats not an exorcism, thats a summoning!

  12. At least she didn’t eat their faces.

  13. Mmcroberts | Jun 21, 2012 at 10:15 am |

    The Pier in St Petersburg, FL is a beautiful venue for ritual blood letting. Don’t you think?

  14. a typical saturday night in royal oak, michigan when i was a teen.

  15. mole_face | Jun 21, 2012 at 2:15 pm |

    If the cops can come up with a BETTER way to cast out the demons that lurk in the bodies of teenagers, I’d like to hear it.

  16. It’s idiots like this that make it hard for people of pagan faiths to be accepted.

  17. Ronniedobbs | Jun 22, 2012 at 8:06 am |

    What ever happened to the good ol days when teachers just had sex with their students?

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