Kimberly and Lenorris Williams attempted to murder Georgia Mae Green Griffin after still feeling cursed by Lenorris’ ex-partner – but she managed to survive after being stabbed more than 27 times
A crazy couple tried to kill a spiritual healer because they were still unlucky after paying her to help them.
Kimberly and Lenorris Williams were unhappy in their marriage and believed that Lenorris’ ex-partner had cast a spell on them.
Investigator Brandon Shiver said they paid Georgia Mae Green Griffin for prayers, potions and herbs to “get the bad roots from him”.
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But the couple was not satisfied with the result.
They were arrested after the chaplain was stabbed more than 27 times at her home.
It was reported that the pair attacked her before setting the property on fire, but Griffin miraculously managed to crawl out and escape the fire in April 2017.
Griffin’s daughter, Ramona Newton, who has been building lots on the nearby property with her sister Rhonda Walker, alerted Rhonda via phone call.
After frantically searching for her mother outside the house, she heard someone coming up behind her.
“I heard my mom’s voice and when I turned around she was lying there with her hand up. i saw blood I saw a lot of blood,” Ramona said.
Griffin was fighting for her life and was unable to speak after being stabbed, reports the Albany Herald.
She suffered multiple strokes during her struggle in the ICU and her home was completely destroyed.
Speaking on footage of Oxygen’s ‘Snapped: Killer Couples’, Lenorris told investigators: “She did her thing and it’s like we (should) succeed, but we didn’t.
“We paid (them) to help us, it was $375. Then we paid her $150 once. I say, ‘I don’t see any improvement.’
On May 8, Griffins regained consciousness and told investigators that the couple showed up at her home and announced the attack.
The couple were arrested and charged with first-degree arson, aggravated assault and attempted murder.
Griffins said: “[Lenorris]grabbed a bowl from my desk and he went and hit me on the head with it.
“He said, ‘Where’s the money, b***h?’
“As I got up,[Kimberly]came towards me with a knife. She stabbed me around the neck, in my back, close to my heart wherever she could.”
The mother dropped to the ground and pretended to be dead while they ransacked her desk looking for money.
She evaded death after his property burst into flames. Griffins said she hid in the woods until found.
In February 2020, Kimberly was sentenced to 35 years in prison and five years probation, while Lenorris was sentenced to 30 years in prison and 10 years probation.
Despite her ordeal, Griffins remains hopeful about her future and said she is “blessed”.
“A lot of people wouldn’t have survived what I went through,” she said.
“What I went through, they wouldn’t even have made it out of that fire. And that’s why I say I’m blessed.”