Casey Jones Bio

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Casey Jones grew up on a ranch in New Mexico, which was for her, a prison filled with torture and rape. She escaped to fly with United Airlines. On an educational leave of absence, she studied in Germany on full scholarship and later worked on her Master’s in Psychology at Regis University in Denver. She also, owned a small gag gift company and her products were in seven major catalogues. In 1990, Casey produced a marital arts training video with the 1988 Olympic Gold Medalist.

Casey Jones Photo4That same year she entered therapy for incest, and was diagnosed with 19 alternate personalities. Unable to continue working a flight attendant, she retired early and moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico. In 2007, Casey married a serial predator who was impersonating an MD and PhD. Only a few months into the marriage, she discovered his criminal past and Warrants out for his arrest. Without hesitation she divorced him, and worked with the Oklahoma and Santa Fe police. He was arrested on December 31, 2007. This began a long study of psychopathic abusers and research into her own diagnosis of Multiple Personality Disorder.

Casey’s book And the Angel Rocked Me; Memoir of a Multiple Personality was released in January of 2013 by Tate Publishing. Veteran film producer Ken Wales has stated that her book is his next movie. Presently, Casey works as a freelance writer, conference speaker and has founded Women Against Con Men,, a forum for victims of psychopaths. She still lives in New Mexico with her beloved stray dogs.

Casey Jones Photo4My book’s website is

And the Angel Rocked Me

Contact: Casey Jones
Phone: 575-742-5239


No one heard her cries on the ranch in New Mexico. From broken bones to murdered pets to violated innocence, Casey Jones endured countless atrocities. Trapped in a world of unbearable cruelty, her mind shattered into alternate personalities, and she escaped into the arms of an angel.

Despite the abusive home she was raised in, Casey found the strength to forge her way in the world, thriving as a flight attendant who entertained passengers with her in-flight songs and antics. But later, a calculating predator pulled her into his snare. This smooth talking, charismatic psychopath had everything under control, so he thought. Like so many others she was taken in, but realizing that God commands us to stand against evil, she fought back.

Heart wrenching and hopeful, And the Angel Rocked Me gives a glimpse into childhood trauma and the breakthroughs that are possible for those who endure. This touching memoir includes insights for those who are in a relationship with a psychopath.

“And the Angel Rocked Me will captivate, and inspire you! Travel through heart-wrenching events, as Casey confronts astonishing challenges head-on, and is transformed by sheer God-given strength, steadfast determination, and unrelenting perseverance!
Casey exemplifies God’s desire for every survivor to rise above their suffering into a life filled with blessings.” Ken Wales, veteran Producer Feature Film Amazing Grace, Revenge of the Pink Panther, Christy Series (and many more)

“Casey’s book is in the top 10% of all the books I have ever read! I loved it!” Travis King, Publishing and Marketing Representative.
Book release date: January 22, 2013, price $17.99. You can order it, also from the publisher at:

Possible Radio Interview Questions for Casey Jones ~ And the Angel Rocked Me ~ Memoir of a Multiple Personality ~ Release date January 22, 2013

1. You state in your book that an angel rocked you during years of violent rapes and torture, can you give us some additional information?
2. Can you explain to our audience what is a multiple personality?
3. As a victim, what was the most difficult thing for you to understand?
4. What is a psychopath?
5. Can you clarify why you believe your abusers were all psychopaths?
6. Why do you think that God allows the abuse of children who are totally innocent?
7. American psychologists are presently using the term DID or Disassociative Identity Disorder, but you prefer Multiple Personality Disorder or MPD why is that?
8. You state in your book that 2/3rds of all MPDs are either dead or psychotic, why do you feel that you escaped this?
9. Can you explain what happens to a child’s brain with severe abuse?
10. You married a professional con man or psychopath, in essence repeating the pattern of being victimized. Can you tell us why victims do this?
11. Why you feel that Jeffery Belle is a psychopath?
12. How did you find out about his criminal past?
13. How have you continued to stop Jeffery Belle?
14. Do you feel that many Christians are using forgiveness as an excuse to not stand against evil?
15. Aren’t Christians supposed to forgive?
16. What is the scientific evidence that demonstrates that Multiples actually have alternate personalities?
17. Can you give our audience some idea of what it is like to be a Multiple?
18. How does a Christian resolve their anger at God for having allowed their suffering?

Answer: When you begin praising God for it, then it is no longer suffering. Even Jesus got angry, it is very human and natural. Scripture ??Mark 3: 4-5 Jesus got angry at the Pharisees and then healed a man’s withered hand. tells us that sometimes our suffering is not our fault and is needed for His purpose to be fulfilled. Scott Peck states in his book People of the Lie that we may have to absorb evil, to make it disappear/

Question: “Was Jesus ever angry?”

Answer: When Jesus cleared the temple of the moneychangers and animal-sellers, He showed great emotion and anger (Matthew 21:12-13; Mark 11:15-18; John 2:13-22). Jesus’ emotion was described as “zeal” for God’s house (John 2:17). His anger was pure and completely justified because at its root was concern for God’s holiness and worship. Because these were at stake, Jesus took quick and decisive action. Another time Jesus showed anger was in the synagogue of Capernaum. When the Pharisees refused to answer Jesus’ questions, “He looked around at them in anger, deeply distressed at their stubborn hearts” (Mark 3:5).

Many times, we think of anger as a selfish, destructive emotion that we should eradicate from our lives altogether. However, the fact that Jesus did sometimes become angry indicates that anger itself, as an emotion, is amoral. This is borne out elsewhere in the New Testament. Ephesians 4:26 instructs us “in your anger do not sin” and not to let the sun go down on our anger. The command is not to “avoid anger” (or suppress it or ignore it) but to deal with it properly, in a timely manner. We note the following facts about Jesus’ displays of anger:

1) His anger had the proper motivation. In other words, He was angry for the right reasons. Jesus’ anger did not arise from petty arguments or personal slights against Him. There was no selfishness involved.

2) His anger had the proper focus. He was not angry at God or at the “weaknesses” of others. His anger targeted sinful behavior and true injustice.

3) His anger had the proper supplement. Mark 3:5 says that His anger was attended by grief over the Pharisees’ lack of faith. Jesus’ anger stemmed from love for the Pharisees and concern for their spiritual condition. It had nothing to do with hatred or ill will.

4) His anger had the proper control. Jesus was never out of control, even in His wrath. The temple leaders did not like His cleansing of the temple (Luke 19:47), but He had done nothing sinful. He controlled His emotions; His emotions did not control Him.

5) His anger had the proper duration. He did not allow His anger to turn into bitterness; He did not hold grudges. He dealt with each situation properly, and He handled anger in good time.

6) His anger had the proper result. Jesus’ anger had the inevitable consequence of godly action. Jesus’ anger, as with all His emotions, was held in check by the Word of God; thus, Jesus’ response was always to accomplish God’s will.

When we get angry, too often we have improper control or an improper focus. We fail in one or more of the above points. This is the wrath of man, of which we are told “Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, for man’s anger does not bring about the righteous life that God desires” (James 1:19-20). Jesus did not exhibit man’s anger, but the righteous indignation of God.

MPD vs Demonic possession ~ Christian Survivors Support:

In addition to this, many people with DID have found themselves in the situation of being the subject of ‘exorcisms’ – the churches in question believing that the cause of the alternate personalities can only be demonic. (Particularly when the alter in question displays anger or violence!) However, this belief discounts the normal reaction of a person when anger is not allowed to be safely admitted as a child. The angry, rebellious part of that person can be split off into an entirely separate alter – creating a personality who may hate God, and even experience a violent reaction to the name of Christ. This does not mean that the alter is a demon – merely that that person has been incredibly damaged, and are angry, disillusioned and confused. DID is not caused by demons or demonic influence, but by severe and continuing abuse – to such an extent that the child has to resort to drastic coping mechanisms to survive!

“Because DID seems so bizarre and unusual, and because one or more of the alters may be furious with God, some people conclude that DID is directly caused by demon possession. While Satan is ultimately the cause of all evil in our world, including fractured and abusive families, that does not mean that problems like DID are directly caused by demon possession or demon activity. In DID, the most likely explanation for trance states, amnesia, hearing voices, subjective feelings about the presence of other identities, and different voices or handwriting styles is early childhood trauma.

Although the New Testament offers several descriptions of the effect of demons on people, including instances when multiple demons influence a person, there are no biblical examples of demon possession creating multiple personalities. Further evidence that DID is not directly caused by demon possession is the fact that many individuals suffering from DID are cured by psychotherapy (including psychotherapy with non Christian therapists). If DID were caused by demon possession, it could not be cured without supernatural intervention.”

During therapy, an experienced therapist will enable a person with DID to work through their spiritual issues in a safe, non-judgmental environment, allowing them to openly discuss the many questions they have of God, such as : ‘How could he allow this to happen to me?’. They will also help individuals to face issues of trust, and shame, and help them to build belief in their acceptance by God.

May 26th, Casey Jones Author To listen, click below.



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