25 Disturbing Confessions Made On Reddit That Should Have Been Kept A Secret

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1. He strung up his girlfriend’s body

“There was a guy who posted on /b asking if he should kill his girlfriend. They said yes, and then he responded with pictures of her body, strung up so that her teenaged son would find it when he got home, as the other commenters continued to encourage him. It was reposted on Reddit and ended up making the news. That one made me sick to my stomach.” — Capcombric

2. He molested his cousin during a sleepover

“I remember a guy who unknowingly admitted to molesting his cousin on askreddit when he was asking for advice. Pretty much they were having a sleepover and he sticks his hand down her pants and starts fingering her out of no where. She stops talking to him after that and he’s freaking out saying she’s being a bitch and he was worried she was going to tell on him even though she definitely wanted it. After all, if she didn’t, she would have stopped him. After everyone in the comments trying to explain that he molested her, he argued back saying they’re wrong but then deleted his post.” — Douche_Kayak

3. He accidentally killed several people

“Someone accidentally killed multiple tenants (maybe a family?) because he left a rag or something in a bad place in the basement. He saw it before any investigation and took to so it couldn’t go back on him or his business.” — Broship_Rajor

4. He confessed to murder and got caught

“There was a guy who confessed to murder using that bear meme. I think that one qualifies. They also caught the guy shortly after the post.” — titty_twister_9000

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