On December 11, 2007, Stacey Wilson was horribly attacked and beheaded at a crowded bus terminal in St. Vincent, a beautiful Caribbean island. While there were many witnesses to this gruesome crime, this gruesome murder case is relatively unknown. Few facts have been revealed to the public and countless questions remain unanswered.
Let’s look at the facts we know.
Death of stacy wilson
Wilson was only twenty-one years old and was returning home from his job as a hospital desk clerk. Witnesses say they saw Sean Samuel, the assailant, behind Wilson at the Kingston bus stop.
Shortly after, Samuel pulled Wilson off the bus. Wilson tries to hide under the bus at Samuel’s refuge. Nevertheless, as he attempted to escape, Samuel cut off his right hand with a knife. Frightened onlookers watched in shock as Samuel drove him out from under the bus and beheaded the victim, who carried out several attacks. Samuel held Wilson’s head before throwing him to the ground.
Samuel did not have time to run from the spot. Swiftly, police arrived and arrested Sean Samuel, but it was too late for Stacey Wilson. Witnesses said the murderer bowed his head and saluted the police before stopping.
When police arrived, the victim’s head and right hand were found about fifteen feet away from her body.
Samuel, who was in his thirties, was sentenced to life imprisonment. He avoided the death penalty due to his long-standing mental health issues.
Various Witness Reports and Claims
The case was quickly closed since Samuel was caught in the act. However, many facts such as possible motives remain unresolved.
Some witnesses claimed that Samuel was making romantic advances for Stacey Wilson, which she consistently rejected. Enraged, Samuel commits his terrible crime. There are even reports of Samuel’s arrival at Wilson’s workplace, where he repeatedly asked her to leave. However, this claim has not been confirmed.
Viewer Samuel claimed Stacy Wilson kissed the decapitated head before throwing it to a single ground.
A large number of people witnessed the incident at the bus terminal. As a result, many graphic photographs of Wilson’s headless body and its individual parts were taken. These photos elevated true crime communities and gore fans online. However, the victim’s family has repeatedly asked all photos of Stacey Wilson taken after the crime at the bus stop to stop being aired.
Behead in St. Vincent
Despite a small island population of 110,000, this is hardly the first beheading crime in a Caribbean city.
In 2003, Albert Brown’s headless body was found on a mountain near a small village in the southern St. Vincent area of Marica. Brown’s head was later found buried in a shallow hole 300 feet away from his body.
Although the killer was convicted and died in 2009, the details of the crime are largely unknown. At the time, it was considered the worst crime in the history of the small island.
Samuel’s sister also convicted of murder
Sean Samuel’s sister, Rosetta Samuel, badly killed her family on April 15, 2013 in Brooklyn, New York. That Monday, Rosetta Samuel shot her lover, her newborn son, and then finally herself. His eldest son Dondre Samuel jumped out of the window during the shooting and escaped.
Rosetta Samuel was a New York City police officer. He left a suicide note explaining to Dondre that he killed him to relieve the “burden” of taking care of his younger brother.
A different note was found torn in the toilet. Investigators were unable to understand the damaged message.
Rosetta Samuel’s motive is mostly unknown, however, with some believing it was due to her boyfriend’s potential infidelity. The case was closed due to the suicide of the killer.
On Wednesday, October 15, 2007, a jury unanimously convicted Sean Samuel.
The gruesome murder of Stacey Wilson has become relatively unknown to the public. Nevertheless, the crime remains painful and painful for those who witnessed the attack on the Kingston Bus Terminal.