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(The Detroit_News)   Mentally-disturbed 22-year-old offs herself after stumbling upon conspiracy website. Lady who runs site says the dead woman's writings show she was "pretty out there" but says she was actually killed by a NATO hit squad   (detroitnews.com) divider line 169
    More: Weird, Pseudoreligion, NATO, NATO hit squad, Kelly Pingilley, Johnson City, Southfield, writings, conspiracy  
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2013-03-12 01:47:51 PM
Kelly Pingilley was trying to make sense of the voices in her head when she went looking for answers on the Internet.
She stumbled upon a website promoting a religion that believes in UFOs, vampires, conspiracy theories and doomsday prophecies.
Pingilley was drawn to the writings of time travel and people's thoughts being controlled by cell phone towers, friends said. With the teachings feeding into her delusions, Pingilley's behavior grew increasingly erratic.


What was her Fark log-in?
 
2013-03-12 01:51:38 PM
Kelly Pingilley was trying to make sense of the voices in her head when she went looking for answers on the Internet.

I think I found her problem...
 
2013-03-12 01:51:46 PM

St_Francis_P: Kelly Pingilley was trying to make sense of the voices in her head when she went looking for answers on the Internet.
She stumbled upon a website promoting a religion that believes in UFOs, vampires, conspiracy theories and doomsday prophecies.
Pingilley was drawn to the writings of time travel and people's thoughts being controlled by cell phone towers, friends said. With the teachings feeding into her delusions, Pingilley's behavior grew increasingly erratic.

What was her Fark log-in?


Now, now.  We're more "eccentric" than "erratic."
 
2013-03-12 01:57:21 PM
It's true.  Study it out.
 
2013-03-12 02:00:38 PM

St_Francis_P: Kelly Pingilley was trying to make sense of the voices in her head when she went looking for answers on the Internet.
She stumbled upon a website promoting a religion that believes in UFOs, vampires, conspiracy theories and doomsday prophecies.
Pingilley was drawn to the writings of time travel and people's thoughts being controlled by cell phone towers, friends said. With the teachings feeding into her delusions, Pingilley's behavior grew increasingly erratic.

What was her Fark log-in?


Slaxl.It's all an elaborate game played by the higherups. Don't you see? They're manipulating you. They're manipualting me, they're tryin to discredit me. Comets are hiding the overlords. The rain is the key. The rain is the key...
 
2013-03-12 02:08:54 PM
Poor thing.  Those groups are poison for someone who can't tell the difference between fantasy and reality.
 
2013-03-12 02:11:58 PM

jylcat: Poor thing.  Those groups are poison for someone who can't tell the difference between fantasy and reality.


I agree, although no one else would want to belong to those groups.
 
2013-03-12 02:12:24 PM
"She's done a lot of damage," Pingilley, 73, of Southfield, said about Shriner. "Someone should do something about her."

You can say that about every religion, now can't you?
 
2013-03-12 02:19:42 PM
If she'd run across WND instead, she'd be their new Victoria Jackson.
 
2013-03-12 02:34:28 PM
That's sad.  She was kinda hot.
 
2013-03-12 02:39:18 PM
Kellie Pingilley declined to say why the family failed to get help for her granddaughter's apparent affliction.

This is the first thing I wondered about; why did no one try to get help for her?
 
2013-03-12 02:40:23 PM
Kellie Pingilley declined to say why the family failed to get help for her granddaughter's apparent affliction.


Why blame yourselves for not helping your family member get psychiatric help when you could blame someone else who needs psychiatric help herself?
 
2013-03-12 02:41:08 PM

serial_crusher: That's sad.  She was kinda hot.


You don't stick your dick crazy, bro. Although I probably would have.

/is ashamed at turning her death into a tired sex joke, but here we are
 
2013-03-12 02:44:35 PM

propasaurus: If she'd run across WND instead, she'd be their new Victoria Jackson.


I'm sorry, but with all the crazy shiat that that group had, putting them in the same league as WND would be like putting Stalin in the same category as Gandhi.
 
2013-03-12 02:55:42 PM
"Someone in that state of mind can potentially be very vulnerable and suggestible,"

encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
 
2013-03-12 02:58:02 PM
She lives in the Detroit area. Forest for the trees, people.
 
2013-03-12 02:58:31 PM
In December, she wrote in a personal blog that the world was about to end in a lurid outburst of cannibalism, bestiality and the moon dripping blood.

Well when you put it that way, it doesn't sound as bad.

/would love to see the moon start dripping blood
 
2013-03-12 02:59:07 PM
FTA:
"Her last blog - I don't know where she came up with it," said Shriner, 47, of Carrollton, Ohio, near Canton. "Some stuff was pretty out there. It was just crazy."

Awesome.  Right near my neck-o-the-woods.
 
2013-03-12 02:59:29 PM

jylcat: Poor thing.  Those groups are poison for someone who can't tell the difference between fantasy and reality.


Tell that to Apple, the Catholic church and MADD
 
2013-03-12 02:59:34 PM
scottydoesntknow


Kelly Pingilley was trying to make sense of the voices in her head when she went looking for answers on the Internet.

I think I found her problem...


Rule 30 side effect.
 
2013-03-12 03:00:29 PM

DarkSoulNoHope: In December, she wrote in a personal blog that the world was about to end in a lurid outburst of cannibalism, bestiality and the moon dripping blood.

Well when you put it that way, it doesn't sound as bad.

/would love to see the moon start dripping blood


I'm not so into blood and cannibalism, personally.
 
2013-03-12 03:00:50 PM
25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-03-12 03:01:29 PM
She was looking for God, and Shriner steered her into some weird crap


wow.  dodged a bullet there.
 
2013-03-12 03:01:43 PM
She said the only way to stop the approaching apocalypse is through "orgone," which are crystals, copper coils and aluminum shavings encased in fiberglass resin. Shriner, who makes the orgone, sells it in various shapes and sizes for prices ranging from $6 to $750.

Seems legit.

I have this rock that wards off tiger attacks...
 
2013-03-12 03:01:45 PM
Obvious tag last seen hiding from the black helicopters.
 
2013-03-12 03:02:14 PM
no nudes?
 
2013-03-12 03:02:59 PM

Slaxl: St_Francis_P: Kelly Pingilley was trying to make sense of the voices in her head when she went looking for answers on the Internet.
She stumbled upon a website promoting a religion that believes in UFOs, vampires, conspiracy theories and doomsday prophecies.
Pingilley was drawn to the writings of time travel and people's thoughts being controlled by cell phone towers, friends said. With the teachings feeding into her delusions, Pingilley's behavior grew increasingly erratic.

What was her Fark log-in?

Slaxl.It's all an elaborate game played by the higherups. Don't you see? They're manipulating you. They're manipualting me, they're tryin to discredit me. Comets are hiding the overlords. The rain is the key. The rain is the key...


I need some Zombo.com stat!!!

/anything is possible
 
2013-03-12 03:03:42 PM

jylcat: Poor thing.  Those groups are poison for someone who can't tell the difference between fantasy and reality.


She stumbled upon a church website?
 
2013-03-12 03:04:02 PM
What a NATO hit squad might look like
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-12 03:05:29 PM
She said the only way to stop the approaching apocalypse is through "orgone," which are crystals, copper coils and aluminum shavings encased in fiberglass resin. Shriner, who makes the orgone, sells it in various shapes and sizes for prices ranging from $6 to $750. She said she makes $10,000 a year through sales and donations.

Only $10K a year? Some cult leader. I made more than that my first couple of months. I can tell you how, but first I'll need you all to send me $200. $500 if you want the Super Salvation package.
 
2013-03-12 03:05:31 PM

cman: propasaurus: If she'd run across WND instead, she'd be their new Victoria Jackson.

I'm sorry, but with all the crazy shiat that that group had, putting them in the same league as WND would be like putting Stalin in the same category as Gandhi.


Sure, it's not like they had Bigfoot in a freezer or anything.
 
2013-03-12 03:05:44 PM
That's sad... and super crazy.
 
2013-03-12 03:05:49 PM
Why does crazy always go in this direction? Why can't the crazy folk stumble upon the Wikipedia page for Batman and then go out and strike fear into the hearts of criminals? Why always with the conspiracies? Damn you crazy folk.
 
2013-03-12 03:05:55 PM

Salmon: no nudes?


www.kidport.com

/or did you mean from when she was alive?
 
2013-03-12 03:06:05 PM
 I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this
 
2013-03-12 03:06:36 PM

Dog Welder: She said the only way to stop the approaching apocalypse is through "orgone," which are crystals, copper coils and aluminum shavings encased in fiberglass resin. Shriner, who makes the orgone, sells it in various shapes and sizes for prices ranging from $6 to $750.

Seems legit.

I have this rock that wards off tiger attacks...


shutupandtakemymoneyblog.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-03-12 03:07:03 PM
yep
 
2013-03-12 03:08:17 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Kellie Pingilley declined to say why the family failed to get help for her granddaughter's apparent affliction.

This is the first thing I wondered about; why did no one try to get help for her?


My guess: probably because they don't have the money.
 
2013-03-12 03:09:06 PM
That's a bit of a sad story but after reading the first sentence.... well, there's yer problem! The internet is for porn and crazy. There are no answers here.

Kelly Pingilley was trying to make sense of the voices in her head when she went looking for answers on the Internet.
 
2013-03-12 03:10:13 PM

Dog Welder: She said the only way to stop the approaching apocalypse is through "orgone," which are crystals, copper coils and aluminum shavings encased in fiberglass resin. Shriner, who makes the orgone, sells it in various shapes and sizes for prices ranging from $6 to $750.

Seems legit.

I have this rock that wards off tiger attacks...


something something smells like pepper and has bells in it something
 
2013-03-12 03:10:48 PM
Smeggy Smurf:  jylcat: Poor thing.  Those groups are poison for someone who can't tell the difference between fantasy and reality.

Tell that to Apple, the Catholic church and MADD

... you left out PETA, the NRA, the Tea Party, Scientology (rank and file), soap opera fans - shall I go on?
 
2013-03-12 03:11:17 PM
Are we supposed to be mad at the old crazy lady for making the young crazy lady kill herself?  I'm confused....
 
2013-03-12 03:11:34 PM

Dog Welder: She said the only way to stop the approaching apocalypse is through "orgone," which are crystals, copper coils and aluminum shavings encased in fiberglass resin. Shriner, who makes the orgone, sells it in various shapes and sizes for prices ranging from $6 to $750.

Seems legit.

I have this rock that wards off tiger attacks...


Must be some rock, its even protecting me through the intarwebs. To this date i have not had any tiger attacks, where can i sent the check?
 
2013-03-12 03:11:38 PM

St_Francis_P: Kelly Pingilley was trying to make sense of the voices in her head when she went looking for answers on the Internet.
She stumbled upon a website promoting a religion that believes in UFOs, vampires, conspiracy theories and doomsday prophecies.
Pingilley was drawn to the writings of time travel and people's thoughts being controlled by cell phone towers, friends said. With the teachings feeding into her delusions, Pingilley's behavior grew increasingly erratic.

What was her Fark log-in?


Moderator
 
2013-03-12 03:13:05 PM
This appears to be the site in question.
 
2013-03-12 03:13:33 PM

St_Francis_P: Kelly Pingilley was trying to make sense of the voices in her head when she went looking for answers on the Internet.
She stumbled upon a website promoting a religion that believes in UFOs, vampires, conspiracy theories and doomsday prophecies.
Pingilley was drawn to the writings of time travel and people's thoughts being controlled by cell phone towers, friends said. With the teachings feeding into her delusions, Pingilley's behavior grew increasingly erratic.

What was her Fark log-in?


I don't know why, but that "what's their Fark login" joke conjures up imagery of the poster being an 80's used car salesman. Greased back hair, trying to sound all coy and smooth, but ultimately coming as so repelling it's beyond humour.

/never funny joke was never funny
 
2013-03-12 03:13:44 PM
 
2013-03-12 03:13:56 PM

I should be in the kitchen: Only $10K a year? Some cult leader. I made more than that my first couple of months. I can tell you how, but first I'll need you all to send me $200. $500 if you want the Super Salvation package.


I'm very discerning, and consider myself a smart investor.  Do you have an Ultra package?
 
2013-03-12 03:13:59 PM
Jesus, I thought people gave up this "orgone" shiat like 70 or so years ago...
 
2013-03-12 03:14:33 PM
It's a sad, sad story and I feel genuinely sorry for her grieving family.

But... at least she didn't become a republican.
 
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