Single mom Brittney Hislope has been writing love letters and sending sultry photos of herself to the alleged killer, Bryan Kohberger. The 35-year-old began sharing her infatuation on January 4th, starting with a lengthy, 2550-word post, even though she has never spoken to or met with him.
In a more recent post, the mom of a 16-year-old spoke of her sensations, desires, shared previous relationships she had that didn’t work out, and called Kohberger [pictured] her twin flame.
She wrote: “With me being deprived of a love and s*x life for so long, and only wanting one with someone I truly want wholeheartedly, with my feelings for Bryan I’ve had to be true to myself in reaching out to him.”
In the post, Hislope added hearts, and lip stickers to his mugshot and said, “It penetrated something in me emotionally.”
Kohberger, 28, has been locked up at the Latah County Jail since January 5, after he was formally charged in the fatal stabbing of four college students.
The students [pictured below] are Kaylee Gonclaves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20. Kohberger is currently facing four counts of first-degree murder, and a count of felony burglary and is being held without bond. His next scheduled court date is June 26; He continues to maintain his innocence and has insisted through an attorney that he expects to be exonerated.
Hislope added in her post: “Some people may not understand that with Bryan being my love interest that I’m fixated on, I don’t think of being with others in the ways that I think of being with him.”
She continued: “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 though that wouldn’t be ideal for my divine masculine counterpart to be that way.”
“Although when I have thoughts of being with him in certain ways, it gives me bodily sensations that are real, although you may not understand what I’m meaning, I also feel a love for him that isn’t just sexual in nature.”
Hislope spoke about the astrological sign she and Kohberger share, the water sign – Scorpio, and their alleged connection. The Kentucky woman also talked about his physique and wondered if he was getting the letters she was sending. According to the DailyMail, it’s unclear whether Kohberger has received any of Hislop’s heartbreaking letters in his prison cell; they’ve reached out to the mom, but she has yet to respond.
She further stated of the astrological sign: “I’m not just saying it for the reason of me reading that the Scorpio male has a penetrating gaze and that’s his Zodiac sign based on what I know, but I’ve noticed something penetrating about that photo, and it has also seemed his eyes have penetrating as well when I’ve looked at since, but it has felt like he and I are connected in some way when I also feel a penetration from his eyes in that picture.”
“With him sitting down in the picture I like being able to see more of his body and arms also. I don’t like how, although it’s good that I think of certain possibilities, I don’t know if there’s any way for Bryan to know about what all is ay on here, and then I have the concern about someone interfering with the letters I mail him, which I hope never happens. But I know if he’s my true love, then there wouldn’t be any woman he’d want to be with like he would with me.”
In another post, Hislope referred to a lovemaking scene in the 1987 vampire film ‘The Lost Boys,’ stating that ‘I’d want to be with my love interest Bryan in those ways.’
Kohberger is, however, not the first alleged murderer that Hislope has swooned over.
In 2018, she declared her love to Cody Hall, 33, who was jailed for fatally shooting a 50-year-old man in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and attacking the man’s sister and another woman with a machete, The New York Post reported. It was later revealed Hall blocked his admirer from visiting him in jail.
At the time she swooned over Hall, Hislope wrote: “When I say I was in love with him, I mean I was completely and truly in love with him.” I visited him, put money in his [commissary account, wrote him letters, and I wanted to be in a loyal, committed [sic] relationship with him.”