I'm only Twenty Six years old and already I've: Drunkenly climbed the tallest pyramid in Mexico, Met and spoke with demons, Obtained enlightenment a few times, but never kept it long enough to do anything productive, Was given the chance to join a few secret societies, saw first hand corruption on a grand scale; and I even met Jerry Garcia once!
This going to be my confession, your greatest bathroom read, and a big middle finger to the girl who wouldn't go out with me in middle school hahaha ( hey why not?). So if you got sometime to kill and you just got stood up: Grab a drink and enjoy the story.
On Sunday, 4 August 2002, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman both 10 had attended a barbecue at Wells' home in Redhouse Gardens, Soham. At around 6:15 pm, they went out to buy some sweets. On their way back they walked past the home of Ian Huntley, a secondary school caretaker and his girlfriend Maxine Carr, their teaching assistant at St Andrew's Primary School. Maxine had gone to visit family in Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Shortly after the girls entered his house Huntley murdered them. The full story has hardly ever been told. Facts were held back from the court but here is the full account of the crime.
This is my response to a certain evil person on YouTube who hates, rants, harass and infringes like there's no tomorrow and yet he gets more views by the day. I'm sure you know who he is; if not, it's understandable (his channel is small, but he's got a big mouth and not life). I don't recommend looking him up, but if you've read the poem you've probably already figured it out.
This is not my own writing, nor is this an attempt at plagiarism, but it is a true story in autobiographical format written by my dear friend, Patrick Kingston. I am sharing this in hopes that Ellen DeGeneres or other kind people will be able to help him get the medical equipment and/or treatment he needs in the form of fundraising or possibly if there are clinical trials out there for making advancements in curing paralysis. His story just needs to be seen by the right people. We are roughly $3,000 short of his goal.