Police hunt for New Forest ‘Satanists’ after pig heart ritual


The bizarre discovery was made by a member of the public – Solent News & Photo Agency

New Forest locals are no strangers to the sight of occult happenings, but even they were baffled by five suspected pig hearts left on a Bronze Age mound.

Police are now hunting for alleged Satanists after the organs were found by a member of the public, neatly arranged and surrounded by more than 20 candles.

The unidentified person removed them and reported it to the police.

The bizarre discovery at Stagbury Hill in the Hampshire national park, at dawn on Jan 13, has prompted Hampshire Constabulary to step up patrols.

Stagbury Hill has protected status because of its complex of ancient Bronze Age burial mounds dating back to around 1500BC, mixed with ancient trackways, medieval rabbit warrens and the site of a barrow cemetery spread around the hill.

‘Unsettling and sinister’

It follows a string of “sinister goings on” in the area, centred around the village of Bramshaw two miles from the hillfort, which before Christmas was targeted by suspected Satanists.

At the 12th century St Peter’s Church, congregation members found a cat hanging “horribly” from a flagpole in December, just weeks after a dead fox was found near its doorstep.

The five suspected pig hearts were placed on top of an ancient burial site - Solent News & Photo Agency
The five suspected pig hearts were placed on top of an ancient burial site – Solent News & Photo Agency

Reverend David Bacon, the church’s vicar, said at the time that he was not sure who was behind it, saying it could be people “just angry at the world” or people concerned with witchcraft.

“It’s really unsettling and sinister for everyone. We’re not sure what will happen next, if anything,” he said.

“I have no idea why it is happening in our area. If it is connected to witchcraft, then the New Forest has been linked to witchcraft for hundreds of years.”

The latest discovery has raised fears of an animal sacrifice, with pigs often the focus of religious rituals stretching back to ancient Greek times, usually to appease a supernatral being, though it is not known if it was merely just a prank.

Police step up patrols

A spokesman for Hampshire Constabulary said: “We received a report of meat and candles being placed in a circle on the top of Stagbury Hill. This was spotted by members of the public at around 7.45am on 13 January.

“The items were disposed of before the report was made. We have conducted enquiries – which remain ongoing – and local officers are continuing to patrol the area. No arrests have been made at this time.”

In 2019, suspected Satanists terrorised Bramshaw after two dead sheep were found with pentagrams spray-painted on their bodies, a cow was stabbed in the neck and the number 666 was daubed on the doors of the church.

Two dead sheep found with pentagrams spray-painted on their bodies in Bramshaw in 2019 - Solent News & Photo Agency
Two dead sheep found with pentagrams spray-painted on their bodies in Bramshaw in 2019 – Solent News & Photo Agency

It comes as the 2021 census revealed that the number of people in England and Wales identifying as Satanists rose by 167 per cent between 2011 and 2021, from 1,893 to 5,054.

Satanism is a religious, or counter-cultural practice, based on the figure of Satan, otherwise known as the Devil. In Christianity and Judaism, the figure is seen as the embodiment of absolute evil.


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