As scary as your own imagination is, sometimes someone else’s is far, far worse.
“My mom’s face was almost blue, and she was kicking her legs around like a fish out of water. My dad, still drunk off his ass, had the cord wrapped around my mom’s neck, trying all he could to strangle her.”
“I stumbled upon a link to a website that was a map of the world with click-able areas. When cities were clicked on, it opened up a window displaying somebody’s webcam… only it didn’t appear they were aware of it.”
Some can also “steal” the faces of different people, and could appear as someone you know.
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There is so much secret evil in our world.
Angela had been laying on the kitchen floor with her husband pinning down her legs and forcing her jaw open as he emptied the rat poison, made mostly of arsenic, into her mouth.
“One time during an argument over text, he replies to me with a pic of about 10-15 knives, all unfolded and displayed on his nightstand. “
“The man that murdered my cousin. They were dating and when she tried to leave him, he killed her. We had all met him, he seemed like a completely normal and down to earth dude.”