Man Kills Wife and Kids, Blames Eminem

An Arizona man Michael Miller who stabbed his wife and kids to death told police that he sang Eminem's lyrics as he committed the atrocious murders. This one sound like a scene straight out of a horror flick.

According to disturbing news reports, Miller stabbed his wife, Adreana Miller, 28, his 10-year-old daughter, Valeria and 4-year-old son, Brian at their home. Miller told police he visualized his wife as a demon.

Following the stabbing spree, Miller rolled a cigarette, said a prayer and called 911. He calmly told the dispatcher he killed his family. “They woke up, I was threatening my wife with a knife and my kids came out, and I killed my wife and actually both my kids.” The dispatcher asked him, “Are you sure you’re not dreaming Michael?"

"I’m positive," he replied.

Miller told police that when his children woke up to their mother’s screams, he stabbed them, too. Adriana and Valeria died, but the 4-year-old survived despite being stabbed 11 times. Miller said he punched Brian in the face and stabbed him the most “because he loved him the most.”

The man told authorities that he sang Eminem's lyrics, "Here comes Satan. I'm the anti-Christ. I'm going to kill you," as he stabbed his family.

Those are supposedly the lyrics from an Eminem song that Michael Miller says he screamed to his wife before stabbing her and his daughter to death, but I've never heard those lyrics.

A quick search for them turns up nothing even remotely close to an Eminem song.

When asked if he had ever had these types of thoughts before, he said, "Never… It just hit me like a brick in the face. I don’t even know why I did it."

Miller is expected to be charged with 2 counts of first degree murder and 1 count of attempted murder.

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Adaso, Henry. "Man Kills Wife and Kids, Blames Eminem." ThoughtCo, Feb. 29, 2016, Adaso, Henry. (2016, February 29). Man Kills Wife and Kids, Blames Eminem. Retrieved from Adaso, Henry. "Man Kills Wife and Kids, Blames Eminem." ThoughtCo. (accessed November 19, 2017).