The patient told hospital personnel that the plan was to remove his testicles, “by a Bob Allen and Thomas,” according to court documents. “The victim informed medical personnel that Bob and Thomas tried to get him to participate in cannibalism.”
Sheriff deputies spoke with the victim on Wednesday evening at the hospital.
The victim told the deputies that about three weeks ago he was searching the internet about castrations and made contact with Allen through one of those sites. They chatted online then Skyped. Allen said he had 15 years of experience and has videos of the procedures, according to a court affidavit.
On September 28, the victim, who lives in Virginia, booked a flight, after Allen told him “the surgery wouldn’t cost him anything,” per the court documents.
The victim flew into the Dallas/Ft. Worth airport on Sunday, October 11, and was picked up by a man who said he was Bob Allen. They arrived at Allen’s home at the 45000 block of Blake Drive in Wister late that night and went to sleep in separate bedrooms. The next day, Allen told the victim he would do the surgery around 5 p.m., the court document states.
As promised, the procedure took place at approximately 5 p.m. and took two hours to complete. The victim described a wood table covered in operation gowns. Allen prepped the victim by wiping his groin and then injecting the area with numbing medication. The victim was awake during the surgery while his scrotum and testicles were removed with surgical equipment by Allen and his partner Gates, according to the victim’s statement to the deputies.
After the surgery, Allen said, “he was going to consume the parts, laughed, and said he was a cannibal.” The victim also said Allen told him, “he [Allen] worked on someone that he described to be crazy and that he left the male opened up to die overnight.” Allen mentioned there were six more clients scheduled for the same procedure, according to the affidavit.
On Tuesday morning, October 13, the victim said he woke up with a lot of bleeding and would pass out. He called for Allen who finally agreed to take him to McAlester Regional Hospital.
During the drive, Allen told the victim that if he died, or lost consciousness, he’d dump him in the woods. They arrived at the hospital and Allen said, “if anyone asks, he done it to himself,” according to the court document.