“Roch Theriault and the ant hill kids”

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: January 20, 2020

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This story is 100% true and is about a sadistic Cult leader. 

 

In 1977 an unknown cult leader reigned in Ontario Canada. His name was “Roch Theriault.”

 

He ad absolute control over a dozen of adults and over 26 children, whom he fathered with his 9 helpers. Before getting kicked out of another cult for trying to get people to quit smoking or drinking. He convinced several people to quit there jobs and leave there families and follow him. He called them 

 

“The Ant Hill Kids” because of how hard he worked them. Just to get a taste of how sadistic this man was if you refused to work he would make you take a sledgehammer and break your own legs as punishment. In 1979 he failed to predict the end of the world. He demanded absolute loyalty and punished those who disobeyed. 

 

His punishments were harsh he would Nail children to trees,make people eat there own feces. When he was mad he would strip you down and beat you and pluck out your hairs one by one.  He refused to take any of his people to a doctor he would preform surgeries himself witch lead to several members deaths. Gruesome one in witch a women bleeds to death by him pulling out her intestines. One child died by failed circumcision. And one died after being left outside in a blizzard. 

 

Finally in 1989 “Gabriel Lavallee” managed to escape the camp after being tortured. and went to the police and told them about Roch and what he had done. “Roch was given a life sentence and died in prison in 2011 by his cell mate. A big portion of his followers to this day have not gotten over the abuse and still to this day continue to obey his teachings.


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