Lisa Rachelle Snyder Bio, Wiki
Lisa Rachelle Snyder is a 36-years-old woman from Pennsylvania, who accused in the deaths of her two young children after a strange story in which she found them hanging from a dog leash. She is also alleged to have had sex with his dog.
Lisa Rachelle Snyder Children
Snyder had two young children 8-year-old Conner and 4-year-old Brinley. She had previously claimed that his son was bullied and had lost 25 pounds. Snyder claimed that he felt bullied because of his weight and told him, I would kill myself already, but I was afraid to go myself. she also claimed that Conner said he was going to build a fort and asked for the dog leash.
Accused in the Deaths Of Her Children
Lisa Rachelle Snyder accused in the deaths of her two young children in Pennsylvania after a bizarre story in which she found them hanging from a dog leash. Snyder Also Accused of Sexual Intercourse With the Dog After Photos Unearthed.
Lisa Snyder, Berks County mom charged today in the deaths of both of her young children who were found hanging in the basement of their home in late September. @NBCPhiladelphia pic.twitter.com/OIjFe7gKQU
— Steven Fisher (@Steven_Fisher10) December 2, 2019
A journalist reported that in a sick twist, police are also charging Snyder with having sexual intercourse with her dog. He said that evidence, including pictures, were found in her email during the investigation. Police indicate the images are from before the murders.
What Lisa Snyder Searching on Google ??
Snyder Accused of Googling Information About How to Die From Carbon Monoxide. Journalist Jim Vasil reported that court documents say that “just days before the children were found hanging, Snyder googled, ‘hanging yourself. According to court documents, she also googled things like carbon monoxide in a car how long to die, and I almost got away with its best episodes, Vasil reported. The Reading Eagle said that Snyder also googled does a hybrid vehicle produce carbon monoxide and does a hybrid vehicle produce carbon monoxide while idling.