He Pazuzu Algarad horses, tattooed his face, dressed his teeth in points, and rarely bathed in them. Yet two fiancés, who helped him with murder, he could still snack.
Just look fortunate to never have been living next to Pazuzu Algarad when your nearest neighbor does something you don’t want.
Algarad, a self-proclaimed Satanist, spent his days sacrificing cows, drinking blood and holding orgies in his house. The nightmare came to an end only after he was arrested and convicted with murdering.
Who Was Pazuzu Algarad?
Algarad’s early life is not very well known. He was born in San Francisco, California, on Aug. 12, 1978. Somewhere in Clemmons, North Carolina, he and his mother moved to Algarad.
Patricia Gillespie, who produced and directed The Devil You Know about Pazuzu Algarad’s documentary serial, said it was difficult to obtain a real understanding of his life, for he always reinvented his childhood stories.
“He told the people that he was Iraqi, he said that his dad was a high priest, people. Gillespie put it. However, the people who knew him as a child described him as a little emotional. Things that could mark the onset of a mental disorder: animal damage, alcohol intake and medication at very age.”
Algarad’s mother Cynthia spoke about the psychological problems of her son, which began at a young age. Several psychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia and agoraphobia, have been diagnosed.
Whilst Cynthia got the medical assistance Algarad needed initially, she ran out of money and could no longer afford him medication. Therefore his mental condition rapidly declined.
CYNTHIA said in an interview with TheDevil You Know: “He was not an angel, but he was not a bad person, a bogeyman, or anything that people called him.”
His name was translated into Pazuzu Illah Algarad in 2002, a reference to the Assyrian demon in The Exorcist film.
Algarad was bathed only once a year and not browned in years, according to a psychiatrist, saying that personal hygiene was “striping… its body of defenses in preventing infection and disease.”
The town was renowned for its Christianity and its conduct was a great rebell against Clemmon and its people.
Algarad attracted people to him who felt socially isolated, and inspired them to indulge in debauchery, similar to Charles Manson’s.
Later on, Nate Anderson, his former friend, would say: “He has a twisted kind of charisma, it’s the kind of charisma that won’t appeal to all. But it will bring those minds into it: the wrong people, the outsider, people who live on the sides or people who choose to live on the sidelines.”
Algarad was also able to attract women like Manson. Two of his(known) fiancés visited his house, Amber Burch and Krystal Matlock.
House of Horrors
At 2749 Knob Hill Drive the house of Pazuzu Algarad became a center for these dismissals. You could stay as long as you liked. What they did in his house, Algarad did not care.
Activities in the household of Algarad included: self-harm, birds’ blood, rabbit sacrifice, surplus of medicines and organisation.
The house was clearly in desperate circumstances – trash was everywhere, animal carcasses were lying around and blood was smearing over the walls.
It was dark and diminishing. All the property was painted with Satanic messages and pentagrams.
Bodies In The Backyard
Pazuzu Algarad was charged with accessories in October 2010 (before any remains can be identified in his estate after an accidental murder).
Joseph Emmrick Chandler’s body was found in Yadkin County in September 2010. In September 2010. Algarad was accused of hiding the investigators’ details and permitting an assassin to live at his home.
On 5 Oct 2014, Algarad, a 35-year-old, and his bride, Amber Burch, 24 years old, were both arrested after two men were buried in the rear courtyard of Algarad’s skeletal remains.
Josef Fredrick Wetzler and Tommy Dean Welch were named as the men on 13 Oct. 2009, both of whom had vanished.
Shortly thereafter, the other fiancee, Krystal Matlock (28) was charged with the death of a person whose body has been identified, in connection with the detention of Algarad and Burch. She was alleged to have helped with Wetzler’s tomb.
Later it was said that Wetzler was killed and Burch was able to bury his body in Algarad in July of 2009. In the meantime, in October 2009 Burch reportedly murdered Welch and Algarad helped with the funeral. Both men were killed in a gunshot head injury.
Shortly after the remainder were located on the site, county housing authorities considered the building “unfit for human housing.”
When it was eventually gone, neighbors couldn’t be happier.
Algarad’s Suicide and Aftermath
Algarad was found dead in his Central Prison cell in Raleigh, North Carolina, early on 28 October 2015. Death was a suicide; as a result of a deep division in his left arm, he was killed. The Algarad instrument is still unknown.
Amber Burch pleaded guilty to assassination, armed robbery and accessories on 9 March 2017. Tommy Dean Welch, along with Burch and others, was reportedly in Algarad’s house. Attorneys told Burch that he had been shot twice in his head with a .22 caliber rifle while he was lying on the sofa.
Burch was sentenced to at least 30 years, 8 months and 39 years and two months in jail.
Following the first-degree murder of 5 June 2017, Krystal Matlock pleaded guilty to conspiracy to accessory. She has been sentenced to at least 3 years and 2 months and to at least 4 years and 10 months in jail.
Though it’s been a couple of years since Pazuzu Algarade shamed Clemmons, the Satan worshipper remains in infamy for his horrendous and bizarre crimes in North Carolina.