Paranormal Stories About Crime Incidents - Odd Nugget
Being killed is probably better than the emotional trauma, financial trauma and the permanent physical disability Batman will give you after beating you, a low income citizen forced to turn to crime, to a pulp.
Yet and still...
Crime stories and novels like the ones in this article are weird. Very weird. But, you'll probably enjoy reading them...
Daniel harold is the only one who is able to see Jack .
he believes that Jack is lonely and wants to be part of the harold family .
Daniel considers him his only real friend and he wishs Jack would open up to him like he did .
but he dosent know that theres a sinister side to jack thats going to break him apart .
"You shall be burned alive for your crimes against our nation!"
The villainess looked terrified by our cruelty but I can't wait until she finds out we're using a tanning bed.
Posted on Reddit by Deus-system-failed.
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If they aren't lucky enough to have that chance they'll go straight to the slaughterhouse.
Posted on Reddit by Mori-no-Ryuu.