What? A Legitimate Email Warning?

Last Updated on: 10th January 2015, 10:45 am

Yesterday, I got an email that made me shake my head and question reality. Had I fallen into a parallel universe? Was I still sleeping? If I was awake, had the world changed as I slept?

I got an email that told me I should read it immediately and let everyone know of its contents. It talked about kids inhaling compressed air or aerosols and dying from the effects. So I thought, “ug another hoax, time to load up snopes and debunk it. To my surprise and shock, when I got there, I found it was true! The guy was a little extreme about it, telling us to get the cans of Dust-Off, the substance that his son used to get high which eventually killed him, out of our homes, but I can understand him being a little over the top when he wrote this. I mean, he just lost his son!

Um wow. Someone sent me an email warning, and it actually was true, right down to the last detail. This guy’s name, his son’s name, his wife’s profession, the name of their dog, everything was true! How often does that happen? That’s just weird.

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