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Gary? I remember Gary, he was the driver of the barrel ride.
“Gary reached out to uss to tell us about his encounters with some very strange activities, happening on the farm. Gary, when did you first notice such actions?”
“Well as some of you may have noticed last year, our corn maze was very thin last year. When planting season came around this year, I noticed that a different company delivered our fertilizer. I did not suspect anything strange until i smelled the pungent odor. But nothing was as shocking as i saw pieces of decaying skin and bone coming out of the truck.”
Bones? Decaying skin? I couldn't handle thinking about if i had eaten something grown with this human remain fertilizer. I had a hard time believing this report, but what came next, I could not turn down. A video revealing that the remains came from local funeral homes. Knowing that this could be people I once knew made me sick. The video showed the company owners buying the deceased that had been sent to be cremated. They have collected hundreds of bodies over the course of the last couple years. A secret camera revealed that they let the bodies partially decay before grinding them into tiny pieces.
How had this been kept hidden? Dead bodies, our own loved ones and friends. Spread all over fields for the benefit of the farm owner. Blood, guts, and gore. Manipulated for nutrients, and profit. Human life, thought no more of than to just spray on the ground. No respect, no proper burial. Attention needed to be brought to this. The news has to shine a light on this problem, but what would be done,and how could this be stopped. How could we make sure that we are not spread all over a field after we have died. To keep from being grinded and chopped up.
No one knows who has been taken or who is next. Still bodies, helpless and cold taken against their will. With no permission or concern. What stops them from taking me? What stops them from taking you...
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