The strange case of kidnapped California woman Sherri Papini has taken a new twist — courtesy of a video made by a ransom expert hired by the husband! As revealed by The National ENQUIRER
, Keith Papini outraged local police
when he went public with a national interview and revealed secrets behind the case, including that his wife was reportedly branded by two Latina women. Meanwhile, others remain suspicious of Sherri's claims!
Now there's more speculation over Sherri with the discovery of a video made by Cameron Gamble — who bills himself as a “kidnap and ransom consultant” hired by Keith after his wife went missing. Gamble (pictured) cast himself as a major figure in the drama when he filmed a video offering a $50,000 ransom for the missing woman. But another video from four years ago has plenty of similarities to Sherri's strange case!
Sherri claims to have been abducted by the women on Nov. 2 after going out for a jog in the small town of Mountain Gate. She was next seen desperately waving down cars 120 miles away from her home.
“Her now-emaciated body of 87 pounds was covered in multicolored bruises, severe burns, red rashes and chain markings,” said Keith Papini. "Her signature long blonde hair had been chopped off. She has been branded."
Questions about Sherri's story were first raised when a racially-charged post from Skinheadz.com was discovered — written by a California woman with Sherri's maiden name of "Sherri Graeff." The long entry unearthed by The ENQUIRER told of the woman being attacked by "three Latino guys and five girls." Now a video by Cameron Gamble also seems to be an eerie prediction of Sherri's future kidnapping.
This video is from Gamble's business called "Project TAKEN" — and features a woman who looks just like Sherri being locked away in a dungeon after being abducted by a stranger. Gamble himself appears here as a comforting presence within the dungeon, as he offers the woman advice on how to survive her ordeal.
Project TAKEN is promoted as a Christian organization that works to protect missionaries as they travel dangerous locations. The business is associated with the Bethel Church in Redding, Calif. — which is also where Sherri was reportedly abducted while jogging.
Despite the increasing speculation, The ENQUIRER reported that Police Sheriff Tom Bosenko of Shasta County said: “We currently have no reason to disbelieve Sherri Papini's story." The sheriff has still expressed his own surprise at some of the circumstances of Sherri's disappearance.
That includes the sheriff noting how the initial search for Sherri found a "neatly placed" crime scene. Keith claims to have used an app to trace his wife's cell phone — and Bosenko cited the interesting circumstances in which the phone was found, along with Sherri's earbuds.
“It appeared they had been set in some grass with the screen facing up," said Bosenko, “and then the earbuds to the phone were loosely coiled and appeared to be placed on the screen. It did somewhat appear to be that it was placed there purposely.”