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Thursday, June 14, 2018

Breaking;- See Woman Who Get Killed After Dating Fellow Woman On Tinder

A woman was killed and then chopped up in a sexual
fantasy gone wrong after she went on a date with a
women she met on Tinder.
Sydney Loofe, 24, met Bailey Boswell, 23, on Tinder.

Weeks after meeting on the app, Loofe, from Lincoln, went
out with Boswell on November 15. Before the date, Loofe
posted a selfie on Snapchat saying, "ready for my date".
She was never seen again after that day.
When she didn't turn up at work the following day, her
mum reported her as missing, sparking a huge manhunt
and appeal on social media.
Cops found her mobile phone 40 miles away from her
apartment, and the following month her dismemeberd
remains were found dumped in a field near Edgar,
Nebraska.
Following investigation, it was alleged that Bailey
Boswell, 23, and boyfriend Aubrey Trail, 51, lured Loofe
on a date.
Court documents claim Trail initially told told police he
strangled Loofe with an extension cord that night and
Boswell, who lived with him, helped chop her up.

Bailey Boswell

Saline County Court heard the pair were caught on CCTV
buying tools which police believe they used to dismember
Loofe. Investigators say the pair were filmed making the
purchases at a Home Depot on November 15, while
cashier Miss Loofe, of Nebraska, was at work.
Trail and Boswell appeared in court on Tuesday to face
charges of first-degree murder and the improper disposal
of human skeletal remains.
Since the pair were arrested weeks in the wake of Miss
Loofe's disappearance, Trail has told several news
outlets that her death was accidental. During an interview
with the Omaha World-Herald Trail in February, Trail said
that Miss Loofe was a willing participant in a sexual
fantasy with himself and two other women.

Aubrey Trail

He claimed his girlfriend, Boswell, was high on drugs in
another room when her date accidentally suffocated
during the sex act, adding that there had been something
around her neck.
Trail told the outlet: "It wasn't supposed to go to the
extreme it went, of course not. It wasn't meant that she
was to die."
He added that he deserved to die for what he had done,
but a month before the confession both Trail and Boswell
posted a video online denying their involvement.

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