“The method of the murder — blunt force trauma … positioning of the bodies — and our person of interest has some ties to a faith or religion that is indicative of that. The time of death on Tuesday also coincides with what’s referred to as a blue moon, which occurs every three years,” Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan said. They believe witchcraft-based religion known as ‘Wicca’ that was first introduced in England during the first half of the 20th century is linked to the case. Investigators found no sign of forced entry. One of the victims, Richard Smith was employed by the Department of Homeland Security and worked at Naval Air Station Pensacola.