‘Bizarre cult’ leader found dead, decaying in mobile home; weeks after fellow members claimed she was ‘in stasis’

16 days ago

Denver news, Colorado news.

Colorado authorities are working to identify human remains found inside a mobile home in a Crestone community and believe they belonged to a “bizarre cult” leader.

Amy Carlson vanished weeks ago, leaving those following her spiritual group “Love Has Won” on social media wondering where she could be.

Detectives swarmed the mobile home which is also the group’s headquarters to discover the decaying remains in a “beyond recognition” state.

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    A week ago, they claimed on a livestream video to their Facebook page that Carlson was “in stasis” refusing medical help.

    Carlson believed she was 19 billion years old and was trying to save humanity.

    Those who knew her recalled her twisted beliefs and vodka addiction that made her lose “cognitive abilities.”