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Some days are notorious for being strange days. Friday the thirteenth, Y2k, National Catfish Day, False Confession Day to name a few.

Today, however, started like the rest of the days of June: extremely hot and humid, only to be accompanied by scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon. To the average Joe, today was the last day of June.

No big deal.

Except it wasn’t just the last day of June.

No, I stumbled upon a conspiracy. I know what you’re thinking—trying not to pull the blanket further up to your chin. You’re thinking, “what—everyone has a conspiracy theory they secretly believe. 9/11, anyone?”

Sure, except this conspiracy was recorded.

Yes, that’s right. I have physical proof—documentation, if you will.

And you will.

The follow images may be disturbing to some viewers. Proceed with utmost caution:

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You’re thinking, “the people of Wal-Mart aren’t of the highest caliber. So, they left their carts? Who cares?”

I would agree with you if it weren’t for my next piece of evidence.


This was in a produce shop. I doubt this place even has security cameras.

My theory is as follows:

Someone (or something [extraterrestrials?]) pumped a chemical into the air that caused everyone to leave their carts (their food supplies). People were wandering out of the store empty-handed, wondering why they entered to begin with.

I’m sure you’re wondering why I wasn’t affected.

I was affected.

It didn’t occur to me until I was an aisle away from my cart. I should mention that it wasn’t even me that noticed. Steven stopped me, “yo, are you seriously abandoning the cart?”

And what about my purchased items: Reese’s pieces, chocolate soymilk, and a snickers bar.

I’m just saying that there was something in the air today, and I don’t think it was just the everyday pollution.

Look at the photos again; I implore you. They’re disturbing at best.