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I'm sure many people would agree that I have had some pretty weird encounters. But I think this one was especially scary because of what he went through. I don't think he was actually afraid of me or anything like that. I just felt that I shouldn't talk about it with him anymore. It still makes me crazy that he was such a good guy that he would put up with that.
We were in a relationship for about 7 years and lived in the same house, which was in a big town.