Sherry Shriner Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Sherry Shriner-Biography

Sherry was the leader of an alien-reptilian sect. It has been suggested that her online reptile cult was linked to Steven Mineo’s death in 2017. Mineo’s strange death was covered in the six-part docuseries The Devil You Know. However, the show does not address who is to blame. Shriner was also found guilty of third-degree murder in the killing of Mineo in 2019. They claimed, however, that the murder was inadvertent.

What became of Sherry Shriner?

Sherry Shriner died of a heart attack, according to her obituary. On January 28, 2021, her death was announced. Shriner was 56 years old at the time of her death. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1965.

Sherry Shriner: Who Is She? Wikipedia

Alien Reptile Cult was founded by Sherry Shriner. She calls herself a “Messenger of the Highest God.” Shrinner’s bizarre existence is the subject of the VICE documentary Devil You Know. On March 29, 2021, it debuted on YouTube.

“[They were] Sherry Shriner’s disciples… a’Servant, Prophet, Ambassador, Daughter, and Messenger of the Most High God’…

Shriner believes that a “New World Order” is threatening humanity and that it is the result of a diabolical scheme hatched by aliens and other evil beings.”

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Steven Mineo, according to the docuseries, was Shriner’s follower and had a strong relationship with her. However, when Mineo’s partner Barabara Rogers entered the picture, everything went awry.

According to an exclusive tape obtained by TheWrap, the strange cultist has also been dubbed “the pinnacle of wickedness.” She also has a degree in Journalism, Political Science, and Criminal Justice from Kent State University.

Social Media

Sherry Shriner created her own cultist Facebook group. She was eager to share her forecasts and strange views on the platform. As a result, a large number of devotees flocked to him. She also spread her mockery via blogs, YouTube channels, self-published books, and Twitter. Her Facebook profile described her as a daughter, friend, servant, and warrior. Her family members took over her blogs and social media accounts after her untimely passing.