A single mom in Kentucky has got it bad for the suspected Idaho murderer and has had no qualms sharing that fact, at length, in rambling social media posts about her infatuation for her “divine masculine counterpart.”
Having waived the right to a speedy hearing, 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger will remain locked up on charges of murdering University of Idaho students Maddie Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle until his preliminary hearing scheduled for June 26. Throughout those months, he will have time to ponder the “lovesick” pinings of 35-year-old Brittney J. Hislope who has appeared to make the suspected killer her central focus.
The single mother of a 16-year-old son has taken to Facebook since Kohberger’s arrest to profess her unrequited love, a feeling which she has also expressed through direct letters to the the suspect that included pictures of herself dolled up.
An example of her lovelorn expressions came Thursday when she had posted after midnight, “I know that the last I had heard weeks ago is that Bryan is being kept isolated from other inmates, and so I know that we do both likely sleep alone as I mentioned in a past post, and with me sleeping alone prior to his incarceration, I wonder if he did back then as well.”
“Although I mentioned something about getting certain confirmations from him about his feelings and him being my divine masculine, I don’t mean that I reach out to him to receive anything back at all from him, since I do that from a place of caring about him, sharing my feelings, and knowing what a serious situation he’s in,” she continued. “But it’s understandable how I wonder how he feels about me although I know that he has other things to worry about with the situation he’s in.”
Hislope has made a number of references to the shared astrological signs of her and Kohberger, they are both Scorpios, a point she has also brought up in likening the features of the suspect to the late actor Harold Ramis with whom she reports to share a birthday.
In her most recent post from Saturday night, the Kentucky woman tallied the number of pages she had written in her most recent letters noting one was “at least four pages long” and another “three pages front and back” and lamenting any interference that may keep the suspect from receiving them “if I stayed within the rules of what’s allowed to be said in letters to an inmate.”
“I don’t think it would make it right for someone to interfere with mail I send out, even if they don’t like things I say on social media, because that does not give them the right to wrong me like that,” she wrote.
Hislope’s public professions also included her hopes for intimacy with the murder suspect which she at point described by calling up a reference to the 1987 film “The Lost Boys.”
“When it shows the love making scene between the man and the woman that are two different characters in the movie, although it’s not very explicit, I’d want to be with my love interest Bryan in those ways,” she wrote.
“Some people may not understand that with Bryan being my love interest than I’m fixated on, I don’t think of being with others in the ways that I think of being with him, and thoughts of being with him also give me sensations that I wouldn’t get when thinking of someone else, because I have deep feelings for Bryan and am fixated on him although I don’t know how he feels about me and if there’s someone else he wants instead, even thought that wouldn’t be ideal for my divine masculine counterpart to be that way,” she wrote in one screed.
“Although when I have thoughts of being with him in certain ways it gives me bodily sensations that are real,” Hislope continued, “although you may not understand what I’m meaning, I also feel a love for him that isn’t just sexual in nature.”
While the mother may not be the first to confess her love to an inmate, Kohberger is far from the first stranger she has publicly declared infatuation for. Days prior to the suspect’s arrest, Hislope was admiring videos featuring a man named Ethan and in 2018 she had fallen for convicted killer Cody Hall.
“I visited him, put money in his [commissary] account, wrote him letters, and I wanted to be in a loyal, commited [sic] relationship with him,” she said of the 33-year-old who had fatally shot a 50-year-old man in 2017 before attacking two women with a machete.
“When I say I was in love with him,” Hislope said of Hall who blocked her from visiting him in jail according to the New York Post, “I mean I was completely and truly in love with him.”
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