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‘You know the monster you are.’ I scrambled across the seat, pulled up the lock. ‘Get back here!’: Teenager escapes sex slavery after nearly being sold to ‘new level of trafficking,’ ‘I just ran’

“The car stopped at a red light just before turning onto the interstate. I said, ‘no.’ That’s all I said. ‘No.’ I could have told them how repulsive their actions were, but I conveyed it with one word. The 2 men were screaming. I tumbled out of the car. I heard honking, shouting, but I just ran. My body was functioning on terror and adrenaline. The knees of my leggings had ripped on the concrete and I was bleeding. But I just ran.”

‘Something is wrong. I’m scared, is everything okay?’ He told me to stop being so paranoid.’: Woman urges ‘trust your instincts,’ wishes she had before husband murdered

“My husband spent months telling me I was just hallucinating, that I was crazy. I’d run out to his car as he was leaving for work. Something felt very wrong. I later found out, I wasn’t crazy. Detectives shut the door after telling me of his death. I was humiliated I found out the truth the same night everyone else did.”

‘He looked me straight in the eyes and muttered a single word: RUN.’: Crowd of thousands mistake popped water bottle for gunshot, woman claims mass shootings have us all ‘living in fear’

“I walked around the venue, trying to find a spot in the crowd. Then, we heard it. ‘GUN!’ Screams erupted. My friend and I shared a mutual look of terror before breaking into a sprint. Adrenaline carried us. Police officers ran towards us, guns pulled. ‘Keep your heads down!’ In the end? It was a popped water bottle. But I will remember it as if it were real because, in that moment, it was.”

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