“Judy, you were amazing! I loved working with you and hope we can again sometime soon! Everyone enjoyed the show and thought it was informative. That is great. I know you’ll get good feedback when it airs and I’m sure you’ll also hear controversial comments. We always do too. We did give away the books you sent and we will put it on the site along with your link if you want that too. Please tell Jenny I look forward to talking with her again too. All my best.”

Alex Williamson, Senior Producer, Dr. Phil CBS Television Studios

Utah Woman Escapes Human Sacrifice

UTAH COUNTY, Utah – A Utah woman claims she underwent mind-control, survived a human sacrifice ceremony, witnessed another child’s homicide and was not alone in her allegations of ritual abuse according to her newly released biography, “Twenty-Two Faces: Inside the Extraordinary Life of Jenny Hill and Her Twenty-Two Multiple Personalities,” written by Utah County author Judy Byington, M.S.W., L.C.S.W, ret. Hill states that on June 21, 1965, she was taken to a “Black Temple” rite in Garden Grove, California, where the six year-old was strapped to an altar, tortured, and forced to watch the murder of another six year-old identified as Kathleen Shea. Shea’s cold case has remained open in Tyrone, Pennsylvania since she disappeared on March 18, 1965 while walking four blocks to kindergarten.
Since childhood, Hill chronicled in her journals months of abuse by a group of black hooded-robed men in painted white faces directed by a Nazi master mind-control programmer known as Dr. Greenbaum. According to Colin A. Ross, M.D., author of the “Twenty-two Faces” Foreword and 17 books on multiplicity or dissociation, clients from different areas of the country have purported this “Dr. Green” was a Jewish turncoat who worked under tutelage of Nazi doctors experimenting on children in concentration camps. Greenbaum was believed brought into the U.S. after World War II by the CIA for their Project Paperclip mind-control program.
“Twenty-Two Faces” author Judy Byington secured an exclusive interview with Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints General Authority Elder Glen Pace. In 1990, Pace sent a memo to President Ezra Taft Benson summarizing a church committee’s year of interviews with what was to be over a hundred ritual abuse survivors in the U.S. and Mexico, exposing, “45 members witnessed human sacrifice.”
These shocking disclosures were further verified by the Utah Governor’s Task Force on Ritual Abuse co-chaired by Noemi Mattis, J.D., Ph.D. During the same time as the LDS report, community leaders surveyed therapists and legal entities throughout the state. These two evaluations resulted in hiring of Satanic Ritual Abuse Investigators at the Utah Attorney General’s office headed by Lieutenant Mike King. King later transferred to Homeland Security to do ritual abuse investigation training across the nation.

In the early 1980s after the release of the best-selling biography of a Canadian multiple personality, Michelle Smith, hundreds of individuals began knocking on therapists’ doors throughout the United States and Canada claiming the same ritual abuse portrayed in psychiatrist Lawrence Pazder’s “Michelle Remembers,” the same ritual abuse Hill endured.

This upsurge in the multiple personality diagnosis resulted in formation of the International Society for Study of Trauma and Dissociation to teach professionals treatment techniques. After ISSTD organized, Corydon Hammond, Ph.D. of the University of Utah Medical Center Family Practice Clinic, joined 18 other therapists to conduct an eight-year probe on their clients’ backgrounds, concluding, “75% claimed torture under direction of a Dr. Greenbaum.” Weston Whatcott, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.C.S.W., who treated Hill at the Utah State Psychiatric Hospital 1984-1985, stated, “Jenny’s multiplicity was a result of childhood trauma: repeated sexual assaults coupled with ritual abuse. Her background as so eloquently portrayed in ‘Twenty-Two Faces’ is congruent with what I observed at the hospital including narrative of her alters personalities.”
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at, or by visiting or
Since 2006, Byington has acted as a consultant on satanic crime for the Utah Attorney General’s office of Special Investigations. She currently resides in Saratoga Springs, Utah.
Information on Hill, “Twenty-two Faces,” ritual abuse survivors, and the latest in treatment techniques for what the American Psychiatric Association defines as Dissociation including Post Traumatic Stress and multiple personality, can be found at:
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