• The woman choked one man in a parking lot and sexually assaulted his dead body
  • The homeless woman's second victim was strangled to death on the same day 
  • During the court hearing, she admitted to killing several animals in the past

Anchorage, Alaska -- An Alaskan woman, who is facing murder charges in the brutal slayings of two men, told the cops she always wanted to be a serial killer.

Brianna Star Wassillie, 24, is facing murder charges for strangling two victims, Gregory Pitka, 34, and Travis Sheldon, 36, on July 3 in the Sand Lake neighborhood, Anchorage Daily News reported. The police complaint said Brianna strangled one of her victims with the strings of his own hoodie.

Brianna met Pitka in a parking lot and asked him to steal alcohol for her. When Pitka refused, Brianna allegedly beat him up and left. After a while, she returned to the scene and choked him to death before sexually assaulting his lifeless body. She then covered his body with a blanket and left the scene, the complaint stated.

The woman met Sheldon, her second victim, the same day. Brianna shared a beer with Sheldon in the woods before strangling him.

“For apparently no reason, she decides to strangle him, as well,” Curci said during the court hearing held Tuesday. “And when Travis Sheldon lost consciousness, the defendant picked up a rock — in her own words, ‘to get it done.’ She hit him on the head with a rock several times and Travis Sheldon died.”

Investigators found the bodies, and eventually tied Wassillie to the two murders after finding a letter along with an ID that belonged to Pitka.

The homeless woman has no prior criminal history, but admitted she wanted to be a serial killer right from when she was a child, a prosecutor said in the court session.

The court heard Wassillie admitted to killing several animals in the past as part of her journey to becoming a murderer.

“…She had repeatedly wondered what it would be like to take a life,” Anchorage Assistant District Attorney Alice Curci said during the court hearing, according to the New York Post.

“She admitted to killing several animals over the years — torturing them and taking videos of this,” the prosecutor added.

Officials said Wassillie had written about killing and sexually assaulting a man in the letter.

While speaking to cops, Wassillie admitted to the two killings, which Curci described as “entirely senseless” murders.

Wassillie “is an absolute danger to the community,” Curci said at the hearing.

The woman is being held at the Hiland Mountain Correctional Center in Eagle River on two charges of first-degree murder and one misdemeanor count of misconduct involving a corpse.

A judge set her bail at $500,000 cash performance and $500,000 cash appearance.

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