#0593

Sara Aldrete

'La Madrina'

Sara Aldrete

"They're going to kill the girl."

Sara Aldrete: The Female Accomplice in the Horrifying Cult of Adolfo Constanzo

Sara Aldrete, a seemingly ordinary student, became entangled in one of the most chilling and gruesome criminal enterprises in modern history – the cult led by Adolfo de Jesus Constanzo.

This cult, known for its macabre rituals and connections to drug trafficking, left a trail of horror and violence that shocked the world.

Born in McAllen, Texas, in 1964, Sara Aldrete pursued higher education, attending Texas Southmost College in Brownsville.

However, her life took a dark turn when she encountered Adolfo Constanzo, a charismatic and malevolent figure who would lead her into a world of ritualistic violence and murder.

Adolfo Constanzo, a self-proclaimed sorcerer and drug trafficker, formed a cult that blended elements of Santeria, Palo Mayombe, and other occult practices.

He presented himself as a high priest with supernatural powers, exploiting the vulnerabilities and aspirations of those who crossed his path.

Aldrete, with her interest in the occult and spirituality, fell under Constanzo’s spell.

In the late 1980s, Constanzo’s cult embarked on a horrifying spree of ritualistic murders and human sacrifices.

The cult believed that sacrificing individuals would enhance their magical powers and protect them from law enforcement.

Sara Aldrete, fully immersed in the cult’s beliefs, played a significant role in these gruesome acts.

One of the most infamous incidents linked to Aldrete and Constanzo was the murder of Mark Kilroy, a college student from Texas who disappeared during spring break in 1989.

Kilroy was abducted by Constanzo’s cult and subjected to a horrific ritual sacrifice. His brutal death sent shockwaves through the community and triggered a massive manhunt for the perpetrators.

Law enforcement, led by the Mexican authorities, intensified efforts to dismantle Constanzo’s cult and bring its members, including Sara Aldrete, to justice.

The investigation revealed the extent of the cult’s criminal activities, including drug trafficking, money laundering, and the gruesome ritualistic murders that claimed multiple lives.

In May 1989, Mexican authorities closed in on Constanzo’s ranch near Matamoros, where the cult carried out its heinous acts.

A confrontation ensued, resulting in Constanzo ordering his followers to commit suicide rather than face capture. Aldrete, along with other cult members, participated in the mass suicide, but Aldrete survived the ordeal.

Captured by Mexican authorities, Sara Aldrete faced charges related to the cult’s crimes, including kidnapping, drug trafficking, and her involvement in the ritualistic murders.

During her trial, she claimed to be a victim of Constanzo’s manipulation, asserting that she had been coerced into participating in the cult’s activities.

In 1994, Sara Aldrete was convicted and sentenced to 62 years in prison for her role in the cult’s crimes.

The case highlighted the insidious power dynamics within cults, where charismatic leaders exploit vulnerable individuals for their own nefarious purposes.

Aldrete’s involvement in the gruesome acts orchestrated by Constanzo raised questions about accountability, coercion, and the limits of personal responsibility in the context of cult dynamics.

The legacy of Sara Aldrete and the Cult of Adolfo Constanzo serves as a chilling reminder of the dangers posed by charismatic leaders who manipulate followers for their own malevolent ends.

The horrifying crimes committed by the cult shocked the public and underscored the need for vigilance against the insidious influence of individuals who exploit others in the pursuit of power and control.

Written by Nucleus

Share with your friends :

Search for Ted Bundy Los Zetas Nazi Doctors

Related Case files

Mara Salvatrucha

Mara Salvatrucha or MS-13 started as a Los Angeles street gang of El Salvadorian immigrants, but has grown into a transnational criminal organization.

Read More »

Stede Bonnet

Known as the Gentleman Pirate, Stede Bonnet was a somewhat successful but inexperienced pirate who went to the gallows for his crimes.

Read More »

Bloods

One of the largest street gangs in L.A., the Bloods rose to prominence in the 1980's and fight for dominance with their rivals the Crips.


This content is for Gold, Gold Annual (Discounted), and Life Time Membership members only.

Get Free Access to the biggest Criminal Database on the web.
Login Free Trial

Read More »

Featured Case files

Griselda Blanco

Known as the Black Widow, Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco controlled a lucrative cocaine empire on behalf of the Medellin Cartel during the 1970’s, that saw a Miami drug war claim the lives of hundreds.

Read More »
Tony Tucker walking around looking happy. Full colour photo

Tony Tucker

A hardened criminal and drug dealer, Tony Tucker was one of the infamous Essex Boys, who met his demise in the Range Rover Rettendon Murders.

Read More »
Pat Tate close up - The Essex Boys

Pat Tate

One of the drug dealing Essex Boys gang, Pat Tate lived a dangerous life, and met his end in what became known as the Rettendon Murders.

Read More »

Search for Ted Bundy Los Zetas Nazi Doctors

Search True Crime

True Crime Categories