Accused Idaho murderer Bryan Kohberger’s sister starred in a horror film depicting the stabbing deaths of young people

Accused Idaho murderer Bryan Kohberger’s sister starred in a horror film depicting the stabbing deaths of young people

Could life possibly imitate art?

The alleged Idaho college killer Bryan Kohberger’s sister starred in a low-budget slasher film in which characters are stabbed, slashed, and chopped to death with knives and hatchets.

Amanda Kohberger portrayed “Lori” in “Two Days Back,” a 2011 film about a group of teenage students who go trekking in the woods and meet a terrible end at the hands of a maniacal killer who has gained their trust.

It has spooky resemblance to the knife attack in distant Moscow, Idaho, that resulted in the stabbing deaths of four young college buddies in their beds, crimes for which Bryan is now accused.

“Are you f—ing serious, her brother is that guy? When contacted by The Post on Wednesday, “Two Days back” director Kevin Boon exclaimed, “Goddamn guy, holy cow!”

Boon, who is now an English and media studies professor at Penn State Mont Alto, revealed that he made the film as a student and cast promising actress Amanda Kohberger based on an open audition.

“I recall her clearly. “I directed, scripted, and cast her in the film,” he claimed. “She is a beautiful woman who was really pleasant. I liked her a lot.”

According to the film’s promotional materials, the film follows a group of “environmentally conscientious students” on a six-day quest to capture forestry students suspected of illegal logging.

Students go missing and are later discovered cut with knives and left to bleed to death, hacked with a hatchet and captured in a bear trap, and at least one character is killed and tied to a tree.

Amanda’s “Lori” is not one of the children slain by a deranged classmate with an unknown link to the forest. As strange occurrences begin to occur, she runs and is later spotted returning on campus.

Lori “turns her back on other individuals… “She flees, but she was not one of the victims,” stated Boon.

Bryan faces very serious charges for the November 13 murders of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, as they slept in their beds at the University of Idaho.

Amanda, who currently works as a licensed school counselor in Pennsylvania, was present in court on Tuesday to support her brother before to his extradition to Idaho. Her sister Melissa and parents Michael and Maryann accompanied her. The family issued a statement on Sunday expressing their support for him to “advance his assumption of innocence.”

The alleged killer is anticipated to enter a not guilty plea. His Pennsylvania-based attorney Jason LaBar stated previously that Bryan “is ready to be cleared of these charges.”

Katherine Howard, one of Amanda Kohberger’s co-stars, told The Post that the two “were friends while we shot the film” but have since lost contact.

She remarked, “I don’t know much about her family or anything else, but she was a very kind girl and we got along fine.”

Bryan Kohberger is suspected of murdering four students at the University of Idaho.
Paul Martinka

Boon recalled that Amanda Kohberger was “pleasant to deal with” and that she “performed exceptionally well.

“I am aware that she attempted to break into the film industry. “In low-budget films, there are a lot of sleazy characters, but she was wise enough to avoid them,” he remarked.

Boon stated, “There was nothing peculiar about her.” I is unable to believe that is her brother.

The IMDB website for Amanda does not mention any other acting credits.

The film “Two Days Back” is viewable online.

 

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