We are learning more about Noah Romando, the man police believe shot his mother and two siblings. Albemarle County Police say Noah shot and killed his mom Elizabeth Walton, and his younger siblings Lily and Andrew Romando late Tuesday night.
Nineteen-year-old Noah Romando was a college student and a member of the Church of The Incarnation, but in his spare time he had some dark hobbies.
On the Satanic International Network website, there is a profile with the name "Noah8" that has pictures that match those on Noah Romando's Facebook profile. The profile has been on the site since December of 2011.
'Noah8' lists his gender as "beast" and says "I am on here to talk to intelligent human beings, which are hard to find these days. If there is anyone I cannot stand, it is people that hate on other people's religions and racists."
A recent post on the Satanic International Network website titled "RIP Noah" lists the news report about Noah Romando's death and has reactions to his death from many of the website's members.
Police did not indicate that the website is connected to the killings and they are providing no new details about what happened the night of the murder-suicide.
Carter Johnson of the Albemarle County Police Department said, "Anytime that there's a death and we're investigating, we look into what's surrounds that incident and what could have led to it."
The first of several memorials to remember the Romando family will take place Friday evening at Albemarle High School. The ceremony will start at 7pm, right before the Patriots' football game. There will be a moment of silence, friends and family will release four white balloons, and white ribbons will be given to the entire audience.
The funeral for the family will be held on Tuesday Sept. 4 at 7:30 p.m., at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Charlottesville.
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