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So I met this guy on Omegle...

By Untold_Chaos All Rights Reserved ©

Horror

My first experience.

Hello friends, just a quick one from me.

You see, I need some help. By that I mean I need some serious help.

So basically, I was a bit bored, homework due in the next day, procrastination was my number one priority. So I thought I might do a little bit of the good old Omegle.

Not the best of websites, I’m sure we can all agree. It’s penis to the left and fake webcam girl to the right.

But I was bored and in the mood to procrastinate ok, don’t judge me for it.

So anyways, I hop on to Omegle, first chat, and it was a little fucked up, to say the least. I took a screen shot of it after I quit the chat, which is shown below.

http://i.imgur.com/vijXwoQ.png

For those of you that cannot read this for whatever reason, here is the chat log.

You're now chatting with a random stranger. Say hi!

You: Hey, asl?

Stranger: Hey, asl?

You: After you.

Stranger: -I blanked this out, it's my exact details.-

You: That's cool, that's exactly where i'm from. We're from the same town? Seriously?

Stranger: It would be weird if we weren't Sam

You: Mate what the fuck, this is creepy as hell. How do you know my name?

You: Are you tracking my IP or something?

Stranger: -I've blanked this out too, it's my IP.-

Stranger: You're welcome

You: Dude what the fuck, that's not cool.

Stranger: Is that guitar just going to gather dust in that corner forever?

You: What are you talking about? I don't have a guitar...

Stranger: Go on, play it for me

Stranger: Play "Somewhere Only We Know"

Stranger: It'll be our little secret

You: I'm going to call the police, who the fuck are you?

Stranger: Mummy would like it if you did that.

You: My mother passed away 7 years ago

Stranger: Really? I was just talking to her a minute ago.

You have disconnected.

So yeah, I’m sure after reading that you can probably see where I’m coming from. I’ll be honest, I do own a guitar, and it was in the corner. I’ve not played that guitar in years.

It was the part about “Somewhere only we know” that really got me though. It was both mine and my mother’s favourite song, it was always on the radio.

But then the part about my mother, what the hell.

She died 7 years ago, which I said in the chat, and it is true. She was a great person, nice sense of humour, friendly, and a generally good motherly figure. I’ve missed her more than anything for the past few years, I live with my Dad and his new partner, they’re great, but just not quite like my mother. Hearing someone even mention that she was alive was just a slap in the face. It broke me.

But I guess I just bottled it up, and moved on. Just a weird guy who guessed some stuff and got it right.

Right?

I went in to another chat. Here’s that one.

http://i.imgur.com/gujFtZE.png

Once again, in case you are unable to view it, here is the chat log.

You're now chatting with a random stranger. Say hi!

You: Hey, asl?

Stranger: Rather not say :)

You: Fair enough :D

Stranger: What are you up to?

You: Just got off a really creepy chat, but other than that, not a lot

You: What about yoy?

You: You*

Stranger: Ooh, what happened

You: Some dude started saying stuff about me which was perfectly right, but that he couldn't have known

You: Really fucked up

Stranger: Sorry about that Sam

You: How do you know my name too?

You: Oh fuck you

Stranger: Mummy wants to talk to you.

Stranger: You don't listen anymore.

You have disconnected.

It started off normal. Then he returned.

What do I do? Obviously I’ve tried more chats, but I didn’t bother to screenshot them. They’re all the same, they start off normal, then he comes in. It’s fucking awful.

I’ve tried everything, changing interests, having no interests, I cleaned my cache, checked with other people to see if they were having some problem. But no.

Always him.

Every fucking time.

Please, somebody help me.

I’m going to sleep now, but I’ll edit this and keep you guys updates if anything develops.

What do I do?


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