Mouth. Dropped. Open.
I once dated a guy who bartended at a popular bar in New Orleans. He encountered a lot of interesting people. One day, he decided to put a glass in the middle of the bar and have every obliging patron anonymously write down their deepest, darkest secrets on a bar napkin; A secret that hasn’t been told to a soul. He gathered all of the napkins, took pictures of them and published a book called A Chance at Absolution. I’ve never in my life heard some of the things those people have gone through. Their stories are so fascinating that, even after we stopped dating, I kept the book as a coffee table prop. Everyone loves it and it’s definitely an eye opener to how crazy life can be. Which brings me here:
In a Reddit forum, KonichiwaCurryMan posed the question, “What’s your darkest secret?” The thread blew up with hundreds of submissions. After reading tales about a girl who was molested by her grandpa and the guy who killed his mom, he commented, “Your stories are fascinating, heartbreaking and disturbing.” And he isn’t lying.
These are real life horror stories.