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human trafficking

Every single highway restroom had the same sign. Beware of human trafficking. We joked and laughed each time we seen them. Who does that? It’s 2019, and why would anyone buy or sell humans? That was back in the Pirate days, right?

Two of us girls had been on the road for three days when we learned the cold hard truth. It does exist, and if you close your eyes, you might be the next victim. My best friend learned that the hard way.

After being up for 24 hours, we needed to stop for some sleep. Corpus Christi was only an hour away, but neither of us could keep out eyes open any more. A cheap roadside highway was 29 bucks a night, and if we stayed only a few hours, it should be safe. It wasn’t.


After about 20 minutes of sound sleep, the door opened and 3 men burst in with guns. All were dominate and demanding in what they wanted of us. Janelle was the first one. They ripped her clothing from her body, shoving cocks in all her holes. She screamed for mercy, but there was nothing I could do.

This road trip turned into a rape fantasy gone wrong. As they focused on her, I was the worst friend ever. I escaped, drove off, and never looked back. My best friend has been missing for two months now and the police say human trafficking got her. We joked about it the entire trip, and then it happened to us.