Murphy’s Law says, “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” Write about a time everything did — fiction encouraged here, too!

Try my life. Everything did go wrong (see last post) by the time I was 16. By the time I was in my early 20s I was just getting it back together. I was back in college getting good grades for the first time since, um, middle school? I had a major as well. It was the end of my junior year I first noticed the perps. I was out at a restaurant doing my homework and writing to pen pals as I did usually because I felt I got more done in a restaurant than at home for some reason. I got up to leave and paid and noticed a whole table full of adults much older than I was staring at me in a weird clinical way like they were OBSERVING me. I freaked out a bit but forgot it.  That was in November of 1987.  Reagan was president.  25 years ago.

A few months later the rude treatment began and about 3 years later my gangstalking was in full swing with perps everywhere I went. I always heard the voices but they got much worse in 1995. Every year since it started, my stalking, harassment and voices have gotten worse.

Even if I do not leave the house I get almost nonstop voice to skull and mindreading–even in the shower. As a matter of fact they like it if I don’t leave home so they can intensify their effects on me to the point I go crazy. Every morning, I get voice to skull saying “you are staying home today. We won’t let you leave.”

No one has stopped me yet but who would protect me if they did imprison me?

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5 thoughts on “Murphy’s Law says, “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” Write about a time everything did — fiction encouraged here, too!

  1. Try singing through out the day, while you’re showering or recite your favorite poem or Bible scripture. This helps combat v2k. Your blog is so well written, how do you maintain your concentration? Any advice for learning lots of medical terms?

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