“When I got home the TV had a black screen with white text on the bottom that said ‘I’m not home.’”
Two Utah teens plotted to kill a 14-year-old girl because one “got tired” of the girl sending him Snapchat messages — and they almost got away with it, too.
It looked like blood, except it was the wrong color. Too thick. It almost felt like the slime we used to play with as kids. The kind that stuck to the wall and crawled its way down.
Around midnight, Scott Kelly posted this status on his Facebook timeline.
“I saw the ‘white light’ but it was a white party in a big room on a beautiful day and as I was trying to walk to the doors something kept pulling my hand. When I looked it was a 6-8 year old beautiful little girl…”
“The first person wheeled in… just didn’t seem to have a head. There was this bloody mass at the top of his neck but it didn’t look human.”
“That’s when I saw it. A skull floating in the water with just the eye sockets and part of the nasal cavity sitting there in the water looking right at me about 50 feet away. An immediate sense of dread took me. It was the most scared I’d ever been in my life. Then an even worse feeling took over — calmness and the sudden urge to jump in the water.”
Sammy was always there.
“He’s got about 5 years before he hits the average age of first assault. I couldn’t have reported him, he wasn’t doing anything illegal and I didn’t have enough info on him. He was careful not to give me any traceable information.”