PHOTO: Suffolk County SPCA announces a $2k reward to catch individuals involved in ritualistic sacrifice beheading of chickens at Union Cemetery on Long Island, New York City KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, November 16, 2023

PHOTO: Suffolk County SPCA announces a $2k reward to catch individuals involved in ritualistic sacrifice beheading of chickens at Union Cemetery on Long Island, New York City

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Suffolk County SPCA announces a $2k reward to catch individuals involved in ritualistic sacrifice beheaded of chickens at Union Cemetery on Long Island, NYC.

Prior to the gruesome findings at Union Cemetery in Middle Island, police called in two decapitated chickens in front of a headstone at Old Baptist Cemetery in Coram back in August.

The history and brutality has no bounds say Gross.

"In one case we actually found tongues, cow tongues nailed to a tree. We took down the tongues, dissected them and found nine pieces of paper with names on them with needles," Gross adds.

The penalty for someone who gets caught doing something like this is a misdemeanor, which carries a penalty of up to a year in jail and/or a $1,000 fine per offense.

A cemetery on Long Island has been the site of a number of reported animal sacrifices, prompting concern and a financial reward from the county's animal protection group.

The Suffolk County SPCA announced a $2,000 reward for information on what appear to be two animal sacrifices at the Union Cemetery in Middle Island in the past several weeks.

The first "grisly find" was reportedly discovered back on Oct. 17 at the cemetery on Middle County Road. The remains of three separate animals -- a chicken, black rooster, and white dove -- were found discarded in a circular pattern, according to the SPCA. All of the animals had been beheaded.

The SPCA says this may be a cultural practice, but in New York, animal cruelty is against the law and traumatic for anyone who witnesses it.

"Finding dead animals, decapitated animals, that's something that'll never go out of their head. That's something that they'll have for the rest of their lives, they'll probably remember that. So gruesome," Gross says.

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