Women in park killed by London teenager who made a pact with a demon

April 02, 2022

In the summer of 2020 two sisters were stabbed to death in Fryent Country Park in Wembley, north-west London. On June 6 2020, Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 21 were celebrating Henry's 46th birthday when they were fatally attacked by a frenzied male assailant brandishing a blade. Their bodies were later found laid out in the undergrowth, posed together. They had been stabbed more than 30 times before the perpetrator dragged their bodies into a thicket to conceal them.

The killer had left behind a large amount of his own blood in the attack, after deeply cutting the tip of one of his fingers and part of his palm, injuries that required stitches. It took a month to track the attacker down and while police worked to figure out who the source of the male blood belonged to, they referred to the sample as: unknown one. When entered into a police database, investigators discovered a familial DNA link and with some further investigation finally had their man- a South-East London teenager named Danyal Hussein.

After the killing, Hussein had walked back to his father's home in Wembley. CCTV footage shows the teenager walking in a nearby street during the early hours of the morning with his jacket around his waist. Police say he had taken off his trousers as they were saturated with blood.

Officers would soon discover a bizarre motive behind the seemingly random slaying of the two women- sacrifice.

Eighteen-year-old Danyal Hussein was arrested on July 01, 2020, at his parents’ home in Blackheath, South-east London.

When police searched Hussein’s room, they discovered Occult sigils, including Goeta sigils representing various demons such as Paimon, the ninth spirit in the Great Goetia, and Bune, another demon described in the text as a Duke with the power to command the dead, give answers to questions and make people rich.


Police also discovered a handwritten contract between Hussein and a demon named as king Lucifuge Rofocale.

The contract read:



For the mighty king Lucifuge Rofocale

-Perform a minimum of six sacrifices every six months for as long as I am free and physically capable.

-Sacrifice only women

-Build a temple for you

- Do everything that I have promised

For me

-Win the mega millions super jackpot

- To receive fruitful rewards in return for the future sacrifices I make to you, the rewards could consist of wealth and power.

-To never be suspected of any crimes by the police, and also that the police will never know of any crimes that I have done and that I will do.

Signed by:

Me: Danyal (in Blood) King Lucifuge Rofocale: (Blank)


King Lucifuge Rofocale is one of many demons detailed in the grand Grimoire, a black magic book that instructs magicians on how to make a pact with a demon, as well as how to perform lesser spells such as love spells, invisibility, the ability to speak with the dead and a spell to win the lottery. It is claimed that the Grand Grimoire also has instructions on how to summon lucifer himself. Lucifuge Rofocale is referred to in the text as the prime minister of Hell. He is one of the six lower demons in charge of the government and treasury of the underworld.

Three lottery tickets were found with the agreement. The dates showed that Danyal Hussein had purchased the tickets after killing Henry and Smallman. None of the three slips were winning tickets.

Now 19-year-old Danyal Hussein, who had just turned 18 years old when he committed the crime in 2020, was one of four children and grew up in Blackheath, London. His parents separated when he was younger, and he grew up in a loud and chaotic environment. Neighbors said it wasn’t unusual to see a police car outside Hussein's home and that on occasion they had even seen an ambulance. Danyal was enrolled at a nearby college but hardly ever showed up for classes. He was awkward around the opposite sex and some people later said they found him to be creepy.

Danyal spent a lot of time alone.

In 2017, when Danyal Hussein was just 15 years old, he was caught accessing far-right propaganda on school computers and as a result was sent to the prevent programme, a counter-extremism program ran by the government. The prevent programme provides support to individuals in the early stages of being drawn into terrorism in the UK.

Hussein was discharged from the program Seven months later "with no outstanding concerns with regard to extremism or terrorism," however, he clearly held onto his right-wing beliefs and continued to search the far-right online. Hussein had also spent time searching for occult sigils and black magic spells and rituals on the internet. Reports state that police discovered another handwritten note, this one a love spell summoning the assistance of another demon, Queen Byleth. He offered blood, confectionary, a sweet drink, and the burning of an incense stick in return for the affection of a girl he liked at school. He wrote that he wanted her to believe and see that he was the only one for her. Byleth, also known as Beleth and by various other spellings of the name, is referred to as the king of hell in demonology, a fierce and masculine character whom a magician must be brave enough to look at and pay respect to, so it is unclear why exactly Hussein referred to Byleth as a queen.

Although investigators are concerned that Hussein may have been in contact with others, perhaps as part of a group, they believe for the most part that he was self-radicalized online. Danyal Hussein has not been cooperative with officers who have attempted to gain access to his iPad, where they believe the missing pieces of the story may reside.

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