Woman Runs Screaming Out Of Building

Written by Wesley Janson

Saturday, 27 April 2019

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If you don't look directly at them, then they won't look directly at you.

Grant County, Wisconsin. Terra Kreils, 37, ran screaming out of plant #447 of Wood Manufacturing Products, Inc. last Thursday.

Severely traumatized and desperately trying to find solace within the 'essence of her own being' while hugging her knees in a helpless "fetal" position near the corner of an adjacent building after what she saw, Terra kept weeping endlessly and shaking tremendously as she tried to say that good things "can" exist in the world if you truly believe, and that there must be a God who makes everything fair, just, and "right" in the ever-expanding Universe.

Doctors and therapists were called in to hold her hands constantly as they promised her that she would be OK.

CEO Brad Parker told her that what she saw was "an employee" eating his Tuna & Noodle dinner while sitting in an uncomfortable chair on his 30-minute lunch break.

"If you don't look directly at them, then they won't look directly at you," he told her.

"Just pretend you never saw it, and move on," he further advised.

The corporate visitor was then fully comforted by other financial advisors and key market strategists who informed her that stories about fire-breathing behemoths, demons that lurk in the shadows of the night, and lower-middle, working-class individuals who live from paycheck to paycheck in the Midwest are just a myth told to frighten people who do not listen to 'positive thinking' seminars in college, motivational speeches at work meetings, or sermons about Jesus in an Evangelical Lutheran Church.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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