We were contacted after yesterday’s post by the former soup kitchen worker we mentioned. She said that she hadn’t told me something at our first meeting, and that she couldn’t in good conscience allow us to continue to paint these mysterious surgeries in a positive light.
Here’s what she said:
“I didn’t go straight home after that. I wish I did. As I was about to sneak off and figure out who to talk to, several of the guys with police batons came out carrying bodybags — like 15 or 20 of them. They stacked them in the vans and two guys drove off in each one. I couldn’t help myself… I followed. They went to that strip out on 7th with all the new construction and I watched them dump the bodies in a mass grave and bury them under cement. I ran to a phone booth and called the cops immediately, told them the address of the warehouse and where they took the bodies, then got the hell out of there. There was no way I was sticking around or giving them my name. Next night, I went back to the warehouse, but it was completely empty. The concrete grave at the construction site had hardened and been paved over. And I scanned the police frequencies, but I never heard anything more about it, so I quit that job at the end of the week and moved to a new apartment. Don’t let your readers think this is some amazing thing. People are dying! And it looks like someone is covering it up…”
So naturally that threw us a bit, but it’s only one person, right? We decided to contact the three success stories for comments.
And discovered that all three are MISSING. Quit their jobs, moved out of their apartments, no forwarding addresses or way to contact them at all. Just… gone. In less than 24 hours.
What is going on in our city?