UWM professor considers satanic sex ritual stabbing "bizarre"

CREATED Nov 10, 2011

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MILWAUKEE- Court papers reveal a partially nude man escaped from a third floor apartment on Sunday night. He told Milwaukee Police he traveled from Arizona to Milwaukee to have sex with a woman he met on-line, but claims he was tied up and tortured for two days.

When officers arrived to an apartment building in the 900 block of Knapp Street on the east side, court papers reveal they found an 18-year-old man, "bleeding from the neck, arms and back." He told police a woman, "bound and stabbed" him more than "300 times."

A neighbor told TODAY'S TMJ4, "There was a lot of blood, nobody was telling us anything."

Days later, police still won't say much, but we do know that they arrested two women.

Rebecca Chandler told police she had sex with the man and the cutting, "was consensual, but it quickly got out of hand".

Chandler claims her roommate- identified by jail records as Raven Larrabee- did most of the cutting and was "involved in satanic activities."

The warrant shows police found a "The Werewolf's Guide to Life" book and other materials related to sexual rituals.

That neighbor says of Chandler, "I'm not surprised, she wore dark clothing, wouldn't look you in the face that kind of thing."

Stan Stojkovic is a professor of Social Welfare at UWM and told TODAY'S TMJ4, "The idea of Satanism and Werewolves, this sounds more like Hollywood. This sounds more like drama than it does any human behavior." He then told TODAY'S TMJ4, "People need to realize there's a whole variation of human sexual behavior."

He considers this case "bizarre," but adds there are many who practice satanism and never commit violent acts.

Stojkovic says, "The law says this isn't about sex, it's about violence."

He argues the women may have broken the law when they refused to let the man go.

The man is now out of the hospital and reportedly back in Arizona. The DA is currently reviewing the case to see what if any charges the women could face.