Tennessee Man Puts Up Satanic Christmas Lights

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Can you imagine living next to this man?
Meredith Machen of WCYB Fox5 reports Dec. 2, 2011, that a man in Carter County, Tennessee, has the town people very upset because of the “Christmas lights” he’s put up at the side of Highway 19-E.
It’s a sign of bright red letters, lit up with Christmas lights, saying:

“The Devil’s Inn is closed until Judgement Day. Satan Satan Hear My Plea, Satan Satan Come to Me.”

Photo by Tim Davis

Jackie Blevins built the display over a week ago. “[I] put this sign up here on the building because of what has happened right here,” Blevins said as he pointed to cars he refinished with skulls and devil’s horns. Blevins told News 5 his cars were banned from area car shows, and in response he built the sign as a way of showing his anger. He insists the sign is just his personal form of expression: “It is my freedom of speech, my freedom of religion for these cars out here. They don’t mean nothing. They’re just a chunk of lousy metal.”
But others don’t see it that way.
Deborah Jones said of the first time she saw the sign: “I was just horrified, horrified. Knowing that a child could ask a parent is Satan really there? Is Satan in his home? What is a parent supposed to say to a child.”
Some have even tried to take the sign apart themselves. But Blevins says if you don’t like what you see, the best action you can take is to just come and talk to him: “Don’t down me. Don’t judge me. Don’t condemn me because of what you see.”

Since Blevins is asking people to “just come and talk to” him, you can find his address and phone no. on the public site, Zaba people search. Click here. He’s the first name on the list: Jackie Arnold Blevins, b. Sept. 1952.

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13 responses to “Tennessee Man Puts Up Satanic Christmas Lights

  1. Apparently this fool is unaware that he is actively praying, and as we Quakers say, “Prayer changes everything”, because it does. And which is why one needs to be careful in what they pray for. Let’s follow him and see how his prayers are answered….

  2. What a sicko.

  3. He has just as many rights as anybody, you want to condem him but let people like Newt Gingrich and the rest of the Monkeys on chains ruin America and take your rights away, like the 70 Registered Socialist that make rules against the Constitution and you, John Lewis and Hank Johnson from Georgis are worse that any devil, and you all will vote the assholes into office again! You all will soon see! Semper Fi.

    • “You you you”
      Which “you” are you referring to? Did you see anywhere in my post of me “condemning” Jackie Blevins? He doesn’t need me or anyone to condemn him. He’s damning himself by inviting Satan.

  4. lowtechgrannie

    I just looked up all the records of property owned by a BLEVINS in Carter County. There are 17 listed and none of them are the right name and address. He must be a renter—-possibly on Section 8? LOL

  5. How sad this man is…feel sorry for his wife, if he has one.

  6. Yes. That was very “Christian” of you to post this man’s address and phone number.

    • Where in the 10 Commandments is it forbidden for me to post Jackie Blevins’ information THAT IS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN, namely, on Zaba People Search? Or do you just make up your notion of Christianity from your own little shoebox?
      Besides, as DCG points out, Blevins specifically asks that people “talk to” him if they have a problem with his sign. I’m just doing my part in helping people to talk to him.

  7. Exercising freedom of speech, just like Blevins is. In fact, Blevins wants you to talk to him if you don’t like it. He specifically says that.
    Locating anyone on the web is fairly easy. If he didn’t want the attention he shouldn’t have made such a vocal point about it.

  8. (Deborah Jones said of the first time she saw the sign: “I was just horrified, horrified. Knowing that a child could ask a parent is Satan really there? Is Satan in his home? What is a parent supposed to say to a child.”)
    Uh, maybe that’s a good opportunity to teach your child about freedom of speech, and then tell them the truth that there’s no such thing as Satan and maybe even segue into a conversation as to how they can identify and avoid evil people who actually exist and may want to hurt them.

  9. I can’t wait for someone to try to demand he take it down because they find it offensive. I hope if that happens, he in turn demands people take down their crosses because they are offensive to his religion.
    Intolerance clouds the mind and kills the soul.

    • “The Dude”:
      I’m so glad you weren’t around during the Second World War because you’d be preaching to Americans not to be “intolerant” of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.