It started when he was 3, Gary began to react to things weirdly, his parents thought nothing of it at first, feeling as though the weird moments would just pass over time, but they developed into something more. When Gary was 8, he started talking a lot more about his friend..his name was 32. His parents automatically thought 32 was just an imaginary friend and at first, they thought that when they got calls from the school about Gary’s violence toward other students was completely provoked but when they continued to confront him about the actions, he just continued to tell them “32 did it.” They couldn’t believe that their son was blaming everything on his imaginary friend but brushed it off, yet again and decided to move on. It wasn’t until they got a call about his attack on a teacher and yet again, Gary said “32 did it” that they finally did something about it. Gary was diagnosed with early-on-set schizophrenia and his parents begun homeschooling him. His problems begun getting a lot worse as he got older and when Gary was 14, they began looking into mental institutes, only to help their son. And when they informed him of the action, Gary immediately began screaming and yelling about how he couldn’t go. His parents, absolutely distraught about his reaction, called the hospital and a doctor was sent over from Parkwood to try and control him and he was sedated. Taking immediate action, Gary’s parents admitted him to Parkwood. He’s been there ever since deemed unsafe to be released.
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