I've seen a lot and I've heard a lot in my 43 years...I've sat and listened to delusional thoughts, paranoid thoughts, grandiose thoughts, homicidal thoughts, suicidal thoughts, depressed thinking, manic thinking, sociopathic thinking, and occasionally what we deem "normal" thinking in my career in the mental health field. I've witnessed the aftermath of people doing unthinkable things to themselves in bizarre suicide attempts. I've been a witness for the prosecution in a murder case where a man was brutally stabbed to death and died beneath my hands as I attempted to contain his blood loss. I've stopped for car accidents and transitioned more than my share of souls to their heaven or unknown as they have passed in my presence. I've grown accustomed to the "abnormal" of this society...to violence and to death...and, by and large, THIS has become my norm for the world.
But this story coming out of Tyler, Texas, is even too bizarre for me to wrap my head around... http://www.komotv.com/news/national/13489727.html