My detective friend called me last week because of an unusual group of deaths on Elm St. He said I needed to come down and see it for myself because he knew how interesting one of his findings were. What I saw was just a revolting massacre, and I refuse to repeat the gory details that my mind relives every day; however, my friend’s finding was worth the trip. It seems that one of the victims was sleep typing on his computer at the time of his untimely death and transcribed what appeared to be the unauthorized deathbed letter of Freddy Krueger during his final dream.
Freddy’s sadistic final words may be too visceral for some of you to handle, which may trigger old wounds that cause you to spiral out of control, so if you think this is you, please move on as your mental health should be your number one priority. However, if you’re still here, I do believe there are some helpful life lessons to be learned about staying true to your essence, from the god of nightmares himself. Here’s what I found, and enjoy….if you dare.
When I was a little boy, my dad said to me ‘Freddy, when you find out what you love, work hard at mastering it, and then be the best at it in the whole entire world.” And for me, that thing I loved was killing kids. It may have taken a while to master my skills, but I stayed patient and eventually I got a second chance at life, upon my first death. After that, I felt my abilities surpassed the likes of some all time greats like Leatherface, Dracula, Michael Myers, and even Jason, once I added the dreaming element to my skill set. At that point, I really stood out amongst the crowd, as I gave my victims the inability to know whether they were awake or in a dream state. That sense of paranoia was the key to me being the greatest ever, as I had my victims on edge 24/7, and we all know that the anticipation of death is worse than death itself. In my autobiographical documentaries, it may seem like I mastered my abilities quite easily, but I can assure you that this was not the case. In fact, I had to sacrifice my soul which felt like I was being burned alive for thousands of years until I proved my worthiness. But once I did endure this infinite pain, the devil blessed upon me, the skills I needed to enhance my career and take it to a whole new level. Besides the physical sacrifice, I also gave up on having a traditional family due to my singular focus, which at first made me sad, but as time went on, I embraced my victims as my new age family, and I consider all of them to be my children now. And one last thing before I breathe my last dying breath once again, to Nancy, even though I lay here with my blood your hands, do know that I’ll be back and I’ll be bigger and badder than ever. Because even in death, I strive to get better, as there’s always something new to learn.
– Freddy Krueger
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