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Jesse’s Lost Journal — by Mark Patton

Entry 17, 1982

I have my answer now and it is worse than I thought. Last night I had to sleep, look so I fell into the trance, soon I was dressed and walking and I could feel him with me. I could not see him but I could hear him whispering poetry in my mind…Kill for me… it was as if he was riding me… he was inside me and I could feel him taking control… slowly.

He made a mistake when he let me see in his brain as I know more than he thinks I do, so I felt OK, I can handle this.

In the trance we walked down to the dark end of a street, a red light was blinking; I was very hot and nervous so he made it lightly rain. The light was an entrance to a club, a strange, dirty S&M place… men and women everywhere dressed in leather, some held crops or leashes… dirty…

I seemed to have a golden light glowing around me, that was him. I went to the bar and ordered a beer (thinking now I know I am dreaming because the monster behind the bar did not card me).

Then it began for real, a hand touched mine and then roughly embraced me, it was the teacher from school. In my mind I knew what would happen next. He walked me out of the bar and into his car and began to drive… it was very quiet.

He drove to the school and took me in the gym… where he asked me nicely to run around in the strange light. He was viewing me, tasting me with his eyes… I knew he meant to rape me and I was all alone… no voice in my head… He shoved me against some chairs and I felt my ribs break… this was the real beginning and I am scared.

Jesse’s Lost Journals

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