True Crime Fan Experiences Worst Nightmare When A Stranger Hands Her This Note

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Crime shows are typically so addicting because the subject matter is something usually so farfetched yet seemingly realistic at the very same time. People scour over these shows, books, and podcasts, often putting themselves in the shoes of the characters and wondering “What would I have done?” 

Recently in San Francisco, however, one Law & Order junkie was put to the test, and she called upon something she saw in her favorite show to save her life...

Meet Julie

Julie Dragland was a PR Specialist for SEGA Networks from 9 to 5, but after hours, she had one true passion: true crime. It was her favorite way to relax. Throw on a documentary or gritty late-night drama and get ready for the next day. The San Francisco native had moved to Oakland, California. While it was pretty close to her old stomping grounds, just across the bay, new places can still feel like a world away…

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Too Much TV

Julie’s parents, like many guardians, always warned her of the dangers of watching too much television. Especially as a young girl, they worried that she was being overexposed to troubling thoughts and images brought on by crime dramas and researched series. She agreed to a point but always argued that she was preparing for something potentially dangerous. She had no idea how right that was…

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Post originally appeared on Upbeat News.