“Eclipse Gunfire: Shooter Claims Divine Mission”

On Monday, a woman from Georgia was apprehended by Florida law enforcement following her involvement in a series of shootings she claimed were divinely commanded during the solar eclipse.

The individual, identified as 22-year-old Taylon Nichelle Celestine of Georgia, faced multiple charges, including attempted murder and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, as announced by the Florida Highway Patrol.

The incident unfolded in Holmes County, where authorities were alerted to the presence of an active shooter. Preliminary findings revealed that Celestine, upon checking out from a local hotel, declared her intent to embark on a shooting spree she believed was instructed by “God,” coinciding with the solar eclipse.

Celestine, driving a purple Dodge Challenger with Georgia license plates, entered Interstate 10 at the 112-mile marker and commenced her westward journey. Shortly thereafter, she engaged a vehicle in gunfire, causing damage and minor injuries to the occupant through broken glass and a grazed arm.

Continuing her westward trajectory, Celestine targeted another vehicle near the 107-mile marker, inflicting a gunshot wound to the neck of the driver, who subsequently received medical attention at a local hospital.

The situation culminated nearly nine miles further along the interstate, where troopers successfully apprehended Celestine without any complications. A subsequent search of her vehicle led to the discovery of a 9mm handgun and an AR-15 rifle.

Following her arrest, Celestine was detained at the Holmes County Jail, facing several serious charges, including that of attempted murder.