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I’m going to write a story, a story worth recording in the audible style of podcast lunacy. I was recently followed by a black Lincoln Town Car at least two times. The car passed me and The Black Lincoln had Kentucky plates. Black Lincolns are a sign of the Church of Satan. My familiarity with Black Lincolns is almost legendary. If I see a Black Lincoln, I know that I’m being followed. I have a story. This story is related to the way over-defunct child horror story known as “The Satanic Panic.” I grew up in a Satanic community in a western area of Colorado. This shit is real, and weird, and very Ira Levinesque. Satanic Panic was real, but it was underreported due to the influence of the Church of Satan. The Church (as it was known) had incredible pull. Everything I know about this is completely fake. But... I outwitted them and scared the hell out of a bunch of idiots that thought that they were smarter than I was. Again, it’s all fiction. But what a great story...
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