Rabbit Hole: A Satanic Ritual Abuse Survivor's Story

Rabbit Hole: A Satanic Ritual Abuse Survivor's Story

David Shurter / Jun 17, 2019

Rabbit Hole A Satanic Ritual Abuse Survivor s Story From the nationwide satanic panic in the s to local political cover ups shocking kidnappings unsolved child murders and scandalous pedophile rings this book takes you behind the deceptive head

  • Title: Rabbit Hole: A Satanic Ritual Abuse Survivor's Story
  • Author: David Shurter
  • ISBN: 9780984893713
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the nationwide satanic panic in the 1980s to local political cover ups, shocking kidnappings, unsolved child murders, and scandalous pedophile rings, this book takes you behind the deceptive headlines and, finally, reveals what was going on in Omaha when all hell broke loose Rich and well connected members of Omaha s elite carried out unspeakable acts of abuse and evFrom the nationwide satanic panic in the 1980s to local political cover ups, shocking kidnappings, unsolved child murders, and scandalous pedophile rings, this book takes you behind the deceptive headlines and, finally, reveals what was going on in Omaha when all hell broke loose Rich and well connected members of Omaha s elite carried out unspeakable acts of abuse and even murder on innocent children David Shurter was one of those sexually abused survivors forever scarred by the horrible rites performed on him by his own parents and other followers of Satan It wasn t until he entered psychotherapy in midlife that long ignored childhood memories came to light, and when he discovered his gruesome nightmares were indeed real This book, finally, is an expose of the surprising participants and unbelievable horrors involving murder, drugs, lavish parties, pedophiles, suspected government conspiracies, and the Omaha gay scene that cast a dark cloud of suspicion over an unsuspecting city David Shurter takes you down the rabbit hole.

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        Hello, my name is David Shurter and I want to bring further awareness to Ritual Abuse and Satanic Ritual Abuse SRA My father, way back when I was a child, was a performing high priest in a cult that was practicing in Omaha NE during the 60 s and 70 s, and I built this site in order to investigate the activities that he and his friends were involved with Much of what I am speaking about also deals with men who were involved in a failed financial institution here in Omaha, NE called the Franklin Credit Union Drugs, child trafficking, and murder were all a part of this ring, and I wanted to further expose the crimes that were happening here in Omaha Before my father died, he told people that he had skeletons in his closet and that he had committed crimes against children I wanted to dedicate this site to exposing those skeletons, in order to bring peace to the families that my family hurt However, my intention has changed I still want to bring awareness to the aspects of Ritual Abuse and SRA, as well as how these relate to the human trafficking issue that is so prevalent in today s society In my opinion, there will never really be a sense of justice concerning Omaha s past, nor will there ever be resolution Writing Rabbit Hole was my attempt at explaining and dealing with my past, and the videos that I have made have been a way to further explore those aspects surrounding my childhood and my family but now I wish to explore what my life is like today, now that I am past such abuse As a fellow survivor of extreme abuse, I believe that maybe my explorations into my life as it is now may help others who are suffering from many of the same things that I have endured, and perhaps may help some find their way to healing In the past, much of the focus has been on the perpetrators my intention however is to reach out to the victims in order to hopefully strengthen them in a way that allows them to let go of the pain so that they may learn to embrace life In doing so, I hope to help myself find a better sense of resolution than what I have previously focused on, and learn about myself in the process.


    1. I actually grew up with David. Having known his dad and step-mom, sorry to say, I'm not surprised. I was shocked to find out what he went through as a kid. Glad he turned out to be the guy he is after all he went through. Wish they'd actually look into this more.

    2. ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This is a book that deals with sexual, physical, and mental abuse, and some of it does involve children. So, Trigger Warning for those elements.This is a very hard book to rate/review. This deals with a lot of really disturbing and emotional elements: religion, sexual and mental abuse of children, Satanism and many other things. I honestly don't know what to say. I've seen a few reviews saying they dont believe Shurter and think he's mak [...]

    3. I received this book in exchange for an honest review from netgalley So this isn't what I expected. I'm a big fan of true crime documentaries and books around childhood difficulties. Not in an enjoyment way? But I have my masters in development and psychopathology so I find, what people are capable of - particularly children - really fascinating. Anyway, this wasn't really that. This was the aftermath of the abuse and it had vey spiritual and religious overtones. I found a lot of it hard to beli [...]

    4. Nothing like a good old conspiracy between the FBI, the media, both Presidents Bush and the Freemasons to form the basis of a book. I have no doubt the author had a troubled childhood but he offered no corroborating evidence to conclude it was part of a vast cult of satanic abuse. Some purported newspaper clips of selected events were included, but the reader is left to use his or her imagination to connect the dots. Even if you accept it as a work of fiction, it's not a well written or particul [...]

    5. I felt the same way after reading this book as I did after reading "A Child Called It." I can't believe that anyone can suffer this much abuse and turn out as great as Dave has. Dave has become a good friend through church.

    6. Shocking, stunning, horrifying and triumphant. This beautifully written book will take you through the underworld of Omaha that is hidden by the most powerful people in the city.

    7. I am having trouble with the way this book is written. At the very least, it needs a lot of editing. There are also a lot of accusations made about people and I can't find much corroboration.

    8. Hands down, it's one of the most frightening and horrific abuse stories I've ever read. I do believe his memories are authentic from his childhood, and from what it did to his life, I really have to applaud his sustained determination to better himself through therapy. I especially liked his whole interest in and acceptance of Shamanism when it was suggested as a way to heal himself also. How he dove right into learning about it and doing it without qualms. Quite impressive. The book has renewed [...]

    9. I literally don't even want to review this book.I had such high hopes to get an inside look into the survivor's abuse that he suffered while his family was involved in a Satanic cult.Too bad that's not the book I got.Rabbit Hole: A Satanic Ritual Abuse Survivor's Story, written by survivor David Shurter, is NOTHING like the title suggests.Now, I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt. I fully believe he had a traumatic childhood, one that obviously hurt him throughout his entire life. His [...]

    10. I just admire the author's courage to write this all and make it public. Personally, at the moment I am facing probably the most challenging time in my life. So I tend to get caught by self pity being all alone. But this book made me feel my troubles are so minute. This book explains all those physical and psychological hardship that the author had to go through. To me what spoke the most was the psychological hardship. Some loneliness depicted here I really understand now and somehow felt relie [...]

    11. fantasic book, well written and got my really interested in the Franklin scandal too.No just about satanic ritual abuse, but about society and those in power opening having access to very young children and the many who turn a blind eye to it.

    12. This is a very difficult book to review and to be honest it has nothing to do with the subject matter. The book hinges on the plausibility of the piece and whether or not one believes the story within the pages. This creates a blind faith leap into this world and bewilders the reader into one of two camps: the believer or the non believer.The book meanders from point to point and often jarring the reader out of the main narrative through his use of “newspaper articles” typed out but not prin [...]

    13. Satanic Ritual Abuse, local political cover-ups, shocking kidnappings, unsolved child murders, and scandalous pedophile rings.This is quite a hard book to review, to say i enjoyed it just feels wrong because of the subjects in the book.It was hard reading and a bit confusing with how it was written in places jumping from narration to newspaper reports.It is hard to believe some of the claims in the book but i am in no way discrediting the author as this was as very brave book to write let alone [...]

    14. Judging by the synopsis, I thought I was going to really enjoy this one but I was a little disappointed with the outcome. The subject matter was incredibly interesting but the writing was so jumbled and all over the place that it was off-putting. Also if you’re going to be open and tackle putting a disturbing upbringing like this into words, i’d have expected something along the lines of evidence for the accusations but because there’s nothing like that in here, it just reads a bit like u [...]

    15. I guess the focus isn't exactly where I expected it. The book is mostly focused on the aftermath, cover-ups and the gay scene, whereas I was expecting more of the 'shocking kidnappings and unsolved child murders.' There was information about these, but mostly in the form of flashbacks. I wonder if the book would have been better off as two seperate books - one with everything witnessed and dealt with as a child and the second about the aftermath/gay scene. I definitely would have read both. I'm [...]

    16. Wow, speechless. There's the camp that thinks this is a true tale of the cover-up of the 80's and those that think there is no way this could happen. I know something had to have happened to David, the story that is told is just so horrific for some of it not to have happened. (trigger warning- this book has a lot of abuse and if that is troublesome for you, I'd skip this book) Even if the abuse isn't always explicit there's enough knowledge to infer what happened. There are some editing problem [...]

    17. Hard subject matter, but one that we should know more about. Ritual abuse. What is it, why do people partake in it? This book will answer those questions and more. The writing is honest and at times hard to digest. Threats, brainwashing, belittlement, it is all a part of this story. I give the author much credit, I do not know how he was able to survive this.I comment Mr Shurter for writing this book and bringing awareness to the evil that is part of our world. Good Luck to you. Thanks to NetGal [...]

    18. When I started reading this book I felt really connected to this book as I read further & further into it, I felt less connected to the book, I felt there was so much talk on god that it begin to bore me alittle. Overall I did enjoy the book. I hope the author lives a happy and peaceful life as from the book he has had to deal with a lot of shit. I wish all the happiest and peace he deserves.

    19. TornThis was a hard read for me. My first instinct was to give this 1 star. Not because of the topic but how it was written. I had a difficult time convincing myself to hit the little 1 orange star. I thought hard and upped it to 3 stars.Who am I to judge someone's horrible experiences? David is a strong and courageous person to write his personal experiences and share them with the world. He left himself open for judgement and,that to me, was reason enough to increase my rating.It was a hard re [...]

    20. People who claim not to believe Davids story are not only being very insensitive, they are also being very ignorant. David Shurter is a brave man. He has lived through a horrendous childhood. he didn't remember most of the events he was forced to live through. Only seeing his former handler, Colonel Michael Aquino of the US Army, on national TV brought the memories of the satanic ritual abuse back. Of course he isn't the only person to report on the child abuse network which went on in Omaha, Ne [...]

    21. Connecting dotsThe Rabbit Hole was well written easy to read flowed well. I had trouble putting the book down. Although the subject matter was very distressing the author describes his experiences in such a way as to not traumatize the reader with gruesome details however gets the point across. I have been interested in Shamanism and appreciate the description and experiences of the author. I would recommend this book to survivors of any type of abuse. Also to non-believers that deny the existen [...]

    22. Like nothing you'll ever readPretty good read. Heart-breaking at times. I really only bought this as a reference tool in the regards to Omaha and the Franklin Credit Union. Before you go down this rabbit hole I would suggest preparing yourself. Watch "Who took Johnny", read DeCamp's "Franklin Cover-up" and Nick Bryants "Franklin Scandal". Then pull up "Conspiracy of Silence" on YouTube. Only then will you understand what was going on in Omaha. Only then can you really appreciate the author's sto [...]

    23. Phenomenal!Yet another writing confirming what I believe is taking place right under our very nosesdressed so many things that I have been discovering over the last decade since becoming totally disgusted with these wealthy and powerful perverts that do not ever receive the justice they are so deserving of. Although I was fortunate to have not experienced this horrific abuse, I know it is real and commend you on speaking upI'm anxious to checkout your websiteyou are an inspiration!

    24. It took me some time to figure out what rating to give this book. I decided on a 5-star rating because, without some more in-depth research and/or speaking to the author directly, there's no way I can prove or disprove his claims. Yes, as some reviewers stated, it does sound like there's a big conspiracy theory contained in the book and, at times, it does sound more like sensational fiction than fact. But who are we to completely ignore the claims without any further proof? Stuff like this reall [...]

    25. Although this wasn't the first book I've read on child abuse in Omaha (which lends credence to Shurter's claims). To an extent talking about his own experience did make him a sympathetic character in his own story, but the sheer repetition made it difficult to keep reading. Similarly, the author was too embittered by his own experience (and rightly so) to distance himself. Perhaps in the future he could rewrite the book.Book bingo category: Non-fiction book

    26. It is difficult to say "I liked this book" based on the subject matter, however the matter it self was interesting. As a member of the human species, it often pains me to know that we can often inflict such pain and suffering on ourselves, our young and old,then not be there to pick up the pieces as they try to heal. The book WAS interesting for to survive any abuse is a sign of strength, peace and humility!

    27. I'm really not sure how to rate this one. The subject matter is disturbing yet I found the narrative so jumbled and lacking evidence of most of his accusations that it felt like I was reading a lackluster fiction suspense book. Now that is not to say that I do not believe David Shurter grew up within a home that practiced Satanic Rituals or that he wasn't abused. I just felt like there was a lot of things he threw at us in the book that just didn't have anything to back it up.

    28. David is brave for exposing the ritual and those involvedI am proud of David for exposing the truth about the missing children and the satanic rituals that he was also exposed to. However, we have different spiritual beliefs and found i had to skip over his beliefs as i feel it is nonsense.

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