Sheila is introduced as an employee at Harvard University that Louis Litt invited over to assess Pearson Hardman Rachael Harris Soon after that, she started relationship with Louis Litt; in episode "Stay" she finally got steady with him. Our interview with Shelia's family member below believes Rachel Shoaf will be that Rachel Shoaf & Shelia Eddy were involved in a lesbian relationship. Skylar Annette Neese (February 10, – July 6, ) was an American girl who Neese was murdered by two of her high school friends, Rachel Shoaf and Shelia . Neese maintained a close relationship with Eddy from when they were . "West Virginia teen Sheila Eddy pleads guilty to murdering friend, sentenced to.
Law enforcement officers later determined that the sedan had been in the possession of Shelia Eddy that evening. The three girls then headed northwest from Star City toward Blacksville via U. The perpetrators had planned to travel along W. Route 7but turned around after spotting a state police car parked in front of a gambling lounge.
Shoaf and Eddy had been planning Neese's murder for months. They left Eddy's house prepared to carry out the assault on Neese, bringing with them kitchen knives, paper towels, bleach, cleaning cloths, clean clothes, and a shovel. They concealed the knives on their persons, and hid the remaining items in the trunk of Eddy's vehicle. Once the girls were out of the vehicle, the perpetrators told Neese they had forgotten to bring a lighter.
Neese volunteered to go back to the vehicle to fetch her own lighter. Once Neese had turned her back, Shoaf and Eddy began counting to three—their agreed-upon signal. Upon giving the signal, Shoaf and Eddy began to stab Neese. The victim attempted to run, but was only able to run a few feet before Shoaf tackled her to the ground and continued the assault. During the attack, Neese managed to wrestle Shoaf's knife from her and, in an apparent attempt to defend herself, cut Shoaf's knee.
Eddy continued to stab Neese until there was complete silence and, according to Shoaf, "Neese's neck stopped making gurgling sounds.Dateline NBC ✹ SOMETHING WICKED ✹ Lesbian Sex Secret leads to the Murder of 16 Year Old Skylar Neese
Afterwards Shoaf and Eddy attempted to bury the body, first dragging Neese to the side of the road which would not work because the road ran along a creek and the soil there was too hard and rocky to dig a hole, which had been their original plan.
They instead covered Skylar's body with rocks, fallen branches, and dirt. Shoaf and Eddy then returned to the car to clean themselves and the murder scene.
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Upon completing the murder and cleaning up, Shoaf and Eddy left the scene, disposed of their blood-soaked clothing and returned to their homes. Investigation[ edit ] For months, police investigated several unproductive leads in Neese's disappearance.
Eddy admitted to picking up Neese but stated that she had dropped her off an hour later. Ihlenfeld, II issued a press release  stating that a body found in Wayne Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania    on January 16, had been identified as the remains of Neese.
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Neese reportedly became upset to see Eddy and Shoaf become close and allegedly witnessed the pair have sex at a sleepover. It was said the girls may have feared their secret tryst would become public.
Criminal charges[ edit ] On May 1,Rachel Shoaf pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. The girls drove to Pennsylvania, got out of the car, and began socializing. Many, particularly older people and former friends, have wondered and will keep wondering how a girl like Shelia could commit such a terrible crime; after all, she doesn't resemble a killer.
And yet that's exactly what psychopaths are like: Unlike sociopaths, psychopaths appear normal to outsiders. People with dungeons in their basements and bodies buried in their backyards have been described by their neighbors as "nice and helpful". Psychopaths exhibit " superficial charm ", making them appealing and chameleon-like - until you scratch below the surface and find there's nothing there.
It is the sociopaths who act like they don't care while they in fact do care at least about those closest to them. Psychopath act like they care but they don't. Their emotional life is shallow, but they recognize the value of expressing emotions in specific situations for personal gain hence Shelia crying on Skylar's bed when she knew Skylar's mother would hear it. Their high They know certain things are wrong but they don't "feel" the norms. Unconditional love, the kind of love Skylar felt for many, is a completely alien concept to psychopaths.
Their friends exist for them, to entertain them, to make them feel good about themselves and to gain power over others.
Possibly the last photo Skylar took of her "best friend" late June Casey Anthony killed her own daughter because she found her an inconvenience to her social life. Similarly Shelia Eddy killed her best friend because she didn't want to be friends with her anymore, because she found Skylar annoying and didn't like the idea of Skylar revealing their general secrets to her new friends. And she manipulated her weak, mentally unstable friend to help her do it. While Rachel might have genuinely felt at some point that they aren't really gonna go ahead with the murder during her apology, Rachel said the person who committed the murder wasn't the "real me"Shelia must have been looking forward to doing it.
A common trait among psychopaths is that they get bored easily, which contributes to risk-seeking behavior. Murdering Skylar would have been what's known as a "thrill kill", the killing of someone for the excitement of the planning and killing.
That'd have been Shelia's moment of gratification. Early videos and photographs of Skylar and Shelia together are a bit hard to look at now knowing how it all ended up for them. They looked so good together, until they met Rachel. While some have, with the gift of hindsight, mentioned individual instances in Shelia's early life that seem to back up the idea that she always was a psychopath, age is relevant: Psychopathy is a disorder that usually arises in a person's early teens.
Skylar, and others around Shelia, would have been helplessly unaware of this. Skylar's parents would have had no idea that Shelia, their daughter's "bestie" whom they loved as if she was their own, was growing increasingly indifferent to the feelings of others.
Of course, none of this alone explains the murder. Psychopaths can kill people and not feel bad about it, but that doesn't mean they necessarily want to kill people; psychopathy doesn't imply sadism. Psychopaths are also slightly above average in IQ: Even if they had a motive to kill someone, they might still consider it not worth the risks. Many, if not the majority of homicides are stupid in their execution: A guy walks into a liquor store, gets a few hundred dollars from the register and then shoots the cashier in the face.
Even some supposedly thought-out murders appear downright farcical, as if from a Coen movie. Murdering Skylar might have been the most stupid thing the girls ever did, but it still took six months to find out what happened that night, and even then only because the weak link confessed.
For sure, the investigators and friends of Skylar helped by applying pressure, but as far as evidence is concerned, they had nothing against the girls until Rachel came forward.
The bloody clothes and murder weapons were never found. If they don't have a body, what are they gonna charge the girls with? The kind of fearlessness usually associated with psychopathy combined with normal youthful arrogance must have only helped her believe she could get away with it. None of this is meant to imply that Rachel Shoaf is somehow less guilty.
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She committed the exact same crime as Shelia did. If she didn't really want to do it, she had plenty of time to call it off. And if she is capable of empathy, then that makes her all the more guilty. At least Shelia can always use her lack of empathy as an excuse. But Rachel should have known better. Neither is Shelia any less guilty because of her supposed psychopathy. Psychopathy is not a mental disability that'd prevent a person from understanding the consequences of her actions, or from controlling those actions.
If they had found a mental disability, the defense would have used it in court. Psychopathy is largely a result of genetics and cannot be cured. Thus Shelia will never feel any remorse for what she did to Skylar Neese, and will die hopefully behind bars blaming others for her imprisonment. Individuals with such opinions comment with a sense of moral superiority along the lines of "If they had been my children Some have even blamed the Neeses for failing to prevent Skylar from sneaking out in the middle of the night should they have installed bars on her window?