In the six months before two teenage girls finally confessed to killing their former best friend , Skylar Neese, Sheila Eddy and Rachel Shoaf posted a series of disturbing tweets faking a frantic search for the 16-year-old, RadarOnline.com is reporting.
In July 2012 Eddy and Shoaf lured Neese out of her West Virginia home and stabbed her to death, hiding her body in the Pennsylvania woods — but then continued their social media life as normal, with Eddy even sending out a "Happy Birthday" message to a friend just one day after brutally murdering Neese.
The messages posted on Twitter are disturbing, as the girls just went about their daily teenage lives of doing homework, watching TV and going to parties.
Eddy boasted about her close friendship with Shoaf tweeting that "no one on this earth can handle" the two of them together.
After details of the murder were revealed, it was discovered that Shoaf and Eddy had stabbed Neese upon the count of three — which Eddy coldly tweeted about.
And when Neese's body was found in March 2013, Eddy posted the following tribute to her friend — knowing full well that she and Shoaf had killed her in cold blood eight months earlier.
Shoaf pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 30 years in prison in a plea deal for offering to testify against Eddy. She will be eligible for parole in 10 years.