There’s Some Really Sick People In This Town #12

Welcome to another instalment of this irregular series of posts about that other side of humanity.



The other day, a pal o’ mine asked a question.

“Why aren’t any (more) posts on the topic of “women” ?”

Well, this here brand new update is all for youse, laddie…



Marriage.

AKA “that perfect day”, can be a stressful thing to go through.

With heaps & heaps of details to consider, plan & carry out, it’s no wonder things get a little hectic if not chaotic.

It’s the kind of pressure that Na Cola Darcel Franklin (a soon-to-be-bride from Whitehall Township, Pennsylvania) must’ve been dealing with.

After all, when you marry it’s supposed to be forever, right ?

& like so many of us for our weddings, she probably wanted to get things just right.

Unfortunately for her, whatever plans, hopes & dreams she had for this big day were all for naught as the whole thing was called off.

Very last moment too as it was on the day of the wedding, just some hours before the ceremony was supposed to take place.

The reason for this was Na Cola Darcel Franklin’s bridegroom & soon-to-be-husband, Billy Rafael Brewster.

Because after he said he wanted to go out to get some food for their guests…



…an argument arose & she stabbed him in the chest with a kitchen knife after which he bled to death 😯



Marriage.

It’s difficult enough when your soulmate’s alive, let alone when he’s dead.

& just in case you think I made it all up, here’s the odd link o’ truth.






I Love You... Until Death


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