I live in a small town and we have this older fellow whom everyone loves. He spends most days standing in front of his red,white and blue painted duplex waving at every motorist that passes by. I lived two blocks away from him so he waved at me plenty of times, I figured he knew I lived nearby. One day, instead of just waving, he flagged me down and asked me for a ride. The whole town knew this guy, so it seemed safe in my head. He asked me where I was going and I told him the Walmart, he told me to take me there. Walmart is 15 minutes away and during the entire ride he just kept telling me that he likes to kill goldfishes with his hands. He did this while making squeezing motions with his old man hands. Really freaked me out. When we got to Walmart he told me to wait for him before driving back, but I ended up just ditching him. I figured most people in town are nice enough to drive him back and I didn't feel like getting strangled that day. (Source)
I worked in a small town recreation facility for a few years. There was a group of 10 or so families involved in some rather intense religious organization, and a few of the older children were permitted to participate in our programs. One family in particular, was the hardest of hardcore followers of this religious sect. Unfortunately, they also had the most messed up kids. By messed up, I mean, starved for attention and socially retarded with big, lifeless, anime looking eyes. The 2 oldest boys were once telling me about how they used to own rabbits but they can't anymore because of their little brother. They paused, looked at each other and said in monotonic unison, "he kills things." They went on to explain how he put the rabbit in the corner of the cage and gently gave it the end of a stick to chew on, then just pushed the stick down the rabbit's throat and held it there. The older boys were freaking out, their sister was crying but the little brother just dropped the stick and walked away. They never did tell me what else the child killed but that moment in time is forever burned into my memory. "He kills things." (Source)
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