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Creepypasta #1195: I Get Jealous Sometimes

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I get jealous some times. I mean, we all do, right? It’s part of the human condition or something. We want what we can’t have, and if somebody tries to take something of ours, well, they better watch out. Some people will die to protect what’s theirs.

That’s how I feel about Margie. She’s my world. I’ve loved her for as long as I could remember. If anybody tried to take away what I have with Margie, I would stop them by any means necessary. That’s what I had to do with Jake.

Jake started working at Margie’s office a couple of months ago. At first, Margie just mentioned him in passing while we had dinner. It didn’t seem like a big deal; he was just another cubicle dweller. But over time Margie talked about him more and more.

“Jake told me a really funny story over lunch today.”

“Jake really saved my skin today by helping me with a printing issue.”

“Jake told me we should go check out that new comedy. He said it was the funniest thing he seen in years.”

All this chatter about Jake. It was driving me up a wall. I think Margie caught on to how I felt about the situation because she stopped talking about him for a bit. But then it got worse.

Margie started running errands on the weekend and she wouldn’t let me come with her. She never forcefully said no, but she always spun it to make me not want to go.

“Oh, I’m just going to grab a couple of things from the store. You stay here and watch some TV or a movie.”

I couldn’t force myself into being part of these “errands” without letter her know I was suspicious. So one Sunday afternoon, I followed her. I know that makes me a bit scummy, but, like I said before: Jealousy makes us do weird things.

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Hailey Sunbar-Blanchette, 2 years old, with light brown hair, apprx 40 lbs.

Police say Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette was taken around 3:30 a.m. early this morning from the town of Blairmore, Alberta.

Her father was found dead inside the home and police believe that to be a homicide.

Mounties say they don’t know who took the child.

The suspect’s vehicle is described as a newer model white van with a large rear antenna, with a flag attached.

Blairmore is about 220 kilometres southwest of Calgary and close to the BC border.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911.