Drawings of creepy crayons of murders made by teenagers who murdered their parents and three siblings

Michael Bever, 19, photographed on April 18, 2018 in Tulsa County Courthous, received five life sentences Thursday for the 2015 murders of his parents and three siblings.

Michael Bever, 19, photographed on April 18, 2018 in Tulsa County Courthous, received five life sentences Thursday for the 2015 murders of his parents and three siblings.

Michael Bever, 19, photographed on April 18, 2018 in Tulsa County Courthous, received five life sentences Thursday for the 2015 murders of his parents and three siblings.

The children's drawings of colored pencils of an Oklahoma teenager convicted of killing his parents and three of his brothers in 2015 show images of tombstones and murderers that he admired.

The drawings, stored in a red composition book by Michael Bever, 19, were completed during his time behind bars in the Tulsa County Jail.

On Thursday, Michael was sentenced to five life terms in prison to run consecutively, while his older brother Robert is already serving life in prison with no possibility of parole after pleading guilty to the horrendous murders.

In the book, Michael names James Holmes, who filmed a movie theater in Colorado, and cult leader Jim Jones as his heroes, and also includes a page with a red swastika with "white power" inside.

The teenager drew a series of images that showed figures of sticks that had been killed in different environments, labeling each page as "death".

He also wrote a short story about his and his brother's decision to murder his family, which included the five-year-old sister of the children.

He also drew a series of disturbing images of murders, deaths and a swastika labeled as "white power".

& # 39; There was once there where [sic] brothers called Michael and Robert, "the story begins".

They hated there [sic] family … so they killed them.

"The end," he concluded, drawing under the image of the two boys holding guns while their relatives lay dead on the ground.

Michael Bever was 16 years old in 2015 when prosecutors say that he and his older brother, Robert Bever, killed his mother, his father, his two younger brothers and their 5-year-old sister in their suburban Tulsa home. Two other sisters survived the attack.

The murders began around 11.30 p.m. on July 22, 2015, and the Bever family home in Broken, Arrow, Oklahoma. It all started when Michael and Robert attacked their 13-year-old sister.

She testified that she had been lured into a bedroom where her throat was cut and stabbed in the torso and arms. Miraculously, she survived.

When they attacked her, her mother, April, 44, went to the bedroom to find out what was happening.

The brothers turned to her. She was stabbed almost 50 times in the head, neck and torso.

Michael drew the story of how he and his older brother Robert had murdered his family because they "hated" them.

The story was accompanied by crudely drawn images, including the brothers in the end holding what appear to be weapons, surrounded by corpses

Michael always drew the brothers with five corpses to symbolize the two parents and three brothers the pair killed. A figure is smaller, perhaps to represent her five-year-old sister who was brutally murdered

Michael always drew the brothers with five corpses to symbolize the two parents and three brothers the pair killed. A figure is smaller, perhaps to represent her five-year-old sister who was brutally murdered

Michael always drew the brothers with five corpses to symbolize the two parents and three brothers the pair killed. A figure is smaller, perhaps to represent her five-year-old sister who was brutally murdered

The father of David and David Bever, 52, died from 28 stab wounds to the head, neck and torso.

Brother Daniel, 12, was able to call 911 before succumbing to the nine stab wounds he suffered.

In the chilling call, the audio shows that Daniel said to an operator: "My brother is attacking my family … help! & # 39;

The movement can be heard in the background before another, a deeper voice says hello & # 39 ;? and then hang up the phone.

The youngest victim was Victoria, five years old, whom the brothers stabbed 18 times. Autumn, two years old, was asleep throughout the attack and suffered no damage.

During his trial, prosecutors heard how Michael tricked his brothers into opening locked doors while hiding from Robert, pretending he was under attack as well.

When the police arrived at the family home, there was blood on the porch.

Michael after his arrest

Michael after his arrest

Robert after his arrest

Robert after his arrest

After Michael's conviction in May, officers posted graphic photos of Michael (left) and Robert (right), which were taken at the time of his arrest.

The massacre took place inside the house of Bever & Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, in the photo (pictured) on July 22, 2015, when Michael was 16 and Robert was 18 years old.

The massacre took place inside the house of Bever & Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, in the photo (pictured) on July 22, 2015, when Michael was 16 and Robert was 18 years old.

The massacre took place inside the house of Bever & Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, in the photo (pictured) on July 22, 2015, when Michael was 16 and Robert was 18 years old.

Robert is photographed in blood-soaked clothes after his arrest

Robert is photographed in blood-soaked clothes after his arrest

Michael said during his trial that Robert was the mastermind of the attack and that he was driven by hatred towards all

Michael said during his trial that Robert was the mastermind of the attack and that he was driven by hatred towards all

Michael said during his trial that Robert, photographed in blood-soaked clothes after his arrest, was the mastermind of the attack and that he was driven by hatred toward everyone.

The brothers had planned to steal their parents' car and drive to Washington state after the killings, with the aim of shooting five people at once in random attacks using weapons and ammunition that Robert had been able to buy online.

But Michael and Robert fled into the woods behind the house when police arrived, and the couple was arrested after a police dog sniffed them.

Michael told the court at the trial that the frantic attack on his parents and siblings was driven and orchestrated by his older brother who had a "hatred" towards society and toward "everyone."

He admitted that he was obsessed with the Columbine school massacre, but claimed that he only joined Robert's murderous plan to save his own life, and Robert himself testified that he wanted to take responsibility for all the murders.

Prosecutors, who asked the judge to grant a sentence without parole, argued that Michael was a willing participant in the appalling massacre of his family and that he should be locked up for the rest of his life. Thursday's ruling does indeed succeed.

  A shot of Michael's moderate hands reveals blood staining his palms and fingers bright red

  A shot of Michael's moderate hands reveals blood staining his palms and fingers bright red

A shot of Michael's moderate hands reveals blood staining his palms and fingers bright red

Michael's older brother, Robert (photographed in red before the murders) stabbed Daniel, 12, (right), Christopher, 7, (left), Victoria (5) and their parents. Her 13-year-old sister (second from left) and her two-year-old sister (in Robert's lap) survived

Michael's older brother, Robert (photographed in red before the murders) stabbed Daniel, 12, (right), Christopher, 7, (left), Victoria (5) and their parents. Her 13-year-old sister (second from left) and her two-year-old sister (in Robert's lap) survived

Michael's older brother, Robert (photographed in red before the murders) stabbed Daniel, 12, (right), Christopher, 7, (left), Victoria (5) and their parents. Her 13-year-old sister (second from left) and her two-year-old sister (in Robert's lap) survived

David Bever

David Bever

April Bever

April Bever

Father David Bever, 52 (left), was killed by 28 stab wounds to the head, neck and torso. Mother April (right), 44, was stabbed almost 50 times in the head, neck and torso

Life sentences are considered 45 years for probation purposes in Oklahoma, and inmates must meet 85 percent of each sentence before becoming technically eligible for parole.

Calculated consecutively, Bever's sentences total 253 years and must meet 85 percent, or 215 years, before he reaches parole eligibility.

Bever's defense attorneys said they were surprised by the sentences and plan to appeal.

After Michael's conviction, the officers posted graphic photos of Michael and his older brother, Robert, taken at the time of his arrest.

The images taken by the arresting officers show the Bever brothers in torn clothes, covered in blood and mud.

In his photo, Robert Bever, who was 18 years old at the time, wears a smile on his face covered in blood and grime.

His younger brother, Michael, looks grim. A shot of his moderate hands reveals even more blood staining his palms and fingers a bright red.

Michael must serve 215 years in prison before reaching parole eligibility

Michael must serve 215 years in prison before reaching parole eligibility

His brother Robert is already serving life without parole

His brother Robert is already serving life without parole

Michael (left) must serve 215 years in prison before he becomes eligible for parole. His brother Robert (right) is already serving life without parole

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