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Imaginary Friends and Psychos

Lee R Jackson

Publisher: Lee R Jackson

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Summary

I've been writing this book about my life because a psychopath is going to kill me. 
The strange thing is she's imaginary but it never stopped her from murdering people. 
From when I was a child I've seen imaginary people, including a make-believe cat.  When I was older two scientists from a nearby university secretly exposed me to some sort of chemicals making me see this imaginary psycho. 
Now when anyone says her name she appears and kills them. 
So please don't say her name in this book. 
You have been warned.

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