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Bryan Kohberger’s sister Amanda Kohberger starred in horror movie where group of students gets stabbed

Amanda Kohberger appeared as 'Lori' in the slasher movie 'Two Days Back' in 2011
Bryan Kohberger's parents and sisters arrived at the Pennsylvania courthouse for his extradition hearing on January 3 (@BSheehanTV/Twitter, Fox 13)
Bryan Kohberger's parents and sisters arrived at the Pennsylvania courthouse for his extradition hearing on January 3 (@BSheehanTV/Twitter, Fox 13)

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: The sister of accused Idaho quadruple murderer Bryan Kohberger has starred in a low-budget horror movie where the characters featured are brutally slashed and stabbed to death with knives and hatchets. Kohberger was taken into police custody from his family home on Friday, December 30, 2022, in Pennsylvania.

Amanda Kohberger, 34, appeared as 'Lori' in the movie 'Two Days Back' in 2011 where the story surrounds a group of young students who ends up with a maniacal killer they trust during their hike to a remote forest area. The story outline shockingly bears slight similarities to the horrifying knife stabbings in Moscow Idaho's remote area where four young students of the University of Idaho were murdered while they were asleep.


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On January 3, the flick's director Kevin Boon told, “You’re f—king kidding me, her brother is that guy? Goddamn, man, holy cow,” according to the New York Post. The director who is a professor of English and media studies at Penn State Mont Alto talked about characters cast through an open audition which gave aspiring actress Amanda Kohberger a chance to be featured in the gory slasher movie.  

“I remember her well. I directed the movie, wrote the movie, I cast her. She is a lovely woman, who was very nice. I liked her a lot,” he said. The movie sets its premise around a group of “environmentally conscious students” who are “on a six-day mission to catch forestry students suspected of illegal foresting” in the woods, as per the movie’s promotional materials, reports the New York Post.

With an unfortunate turn of events, the young students go missing and are later found knife stabbed and are left to bleed out. One of the characters is tied to a tree after being killed while another is hacked with a hatchet and one gets caught in a bear trap. The murders were committed by a peer who has an unknown link to the woods. Amanda's 'Lori' is one character who escapes from the woods after the hike turns gruesome. At the end of the film, she is seen safely returning to the campus.

In connection to the November 13 brutal killings of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, at their off-campus rental home in Moscow, Idaho, the 28-year-old was taken into custody. He was pursuing a PhD in criminology at Washington University, Pullman which is around nine miles (15 km) west of Moscow, Idaho, where the slain students resided.

Amanda, who currently works as a licensed school counselor in Pennsylvania, arrived at court on January 3, to support her brother before his extradition. She was joined by her parents, Michael and Maryann, and sister, Melissa. 

One of Amanda Kohberger’s co-stars, Katherine Howard, said that they “were friends when they made the film.” However, they did not stay in touch later. “I don’t know much about her family or anything, she was a very sweet girl, we got along great,” she added, according to the New York Post.

“There was nothing weird about her. I cannot believe that’s her brother,” Boon said. Her IMDb page does not mention any other acting credits. The horror slasher “Two Days Back” can be watched online.