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    Creepy stories that nobody hardly knows about?

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    What are some creepy stories that hardly anyone knows about?
    Here's one:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ME2wmFunCjU
    HBO documentary about a six year old with reactive attachment disorder who repeatedly tortured animals, sexually molested her brother, and attempted to kill her adoptive parents by coming into their bedroom at night with a knife. The documentary shows her calmly telling her therapist about the incidents very soon after they happened.
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    Re: Creepy stories that nobody hardly knows about?

    We already have a thread for this. It's called "Continue the Story".


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    Re: Creepy stories that nobody hardly knows about?

    Quote Originally Posted by Daffty Punk View Post
    HBO documentary about a six year old with reactive attachment disorder who repeatedly tortured animals, sexually molested her brother, and attempted to kill her adoptive parents by coming into their bedroom at night with a knife. The documentary shows her calmly telling her therapist about the incidents very soon after they happened.
    Reminds me of the movie "Orphan".

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