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piaevan

The father of the children [posted on reddit](https://thoughtcatalog.com/daniel-hayes/2016/11/this-indiana-mother-stabbed-both-her-children-to-death-because-her-husband-left-her-after-she-cheated/) a month before in the relationship advice sub


SuicidalTidalWave

No fuckin way.....


Leading_Funny5802

https://youtu.be/EnIts9Qdv6c This is interesting too


SuicidalTidalWave

Even better!


mogreen57

That is absolutely insane


lukermusick

Does anybody have the link to the actual post on Reddit?


ProlificParrot

[here you go](https://www.reddit.com/r/MuseumOfReddit/comments/ubne00/the_post_that_led_to_the_real_life_tragedy_of_a/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf)


Leading_Funny5802

Thanks Parrot!! Miss the old gore group, hope your doing okay:)


ProlificParrot

Do you remember me from r/backdoorgore?


Leading_Funny5802

Sure do! I got back onto Reddit as you guys were building up, getting shut down, starting over. Such a great community, met some really cool people. Reddit is not the same. I still love the vast information side, but it’s so censored.


ProlificParrot

Thanks for the recognition. I dislike the censorship too. I’d say that the rules that were in place and enforced on r/backdoorgore and r/backdoorgore2 were much more strict than the rules for r/NSFL__ and r/eyeblech, but alas that did not save us from *The Purge*. I wish the Admins would have just communicated with us, rather than outright banning us and r/makemycoffin. At least we have r/NSFL__, for now


bvy1212

Thats extremely hard to losten to


mogreen57

This is the rawest audio ive ever heard. I didn’t expect to listen to the whole thing but I couldn’t stop


SuicidalTidalWave

It's addicting in a weird way. Feel bad for the grandma.


Leading_Funny5802

Yeah I just pulled her up on YouTube, I’ve heard the cut version and seen a couple of shorts about her, but yeah …. You do get sucked into listening to the whole thing. It’s primal pain man, that poor grandmother. Excellent post OP, plus all the added info ready to rabbit hole into:) thanks


SuicidalTidalWave

Yea, very primal and guttural screams from the deepest depths of humanity. I couldn't find the full version anywhere on YouTube, so I had to record it from a podcast directly into my audio software. Tried posting to r/morbidreality they kept duckin fucking deleting it, so I decided to post it here instead, so thanks for appreciating it. I also accidentally tried posting it to r/morbidrealty by accident lmao


neverroll

and the husband probably is haunted with some level of guilt, "if i hadnt attempted to leave her, maybe my kids would still be here". of course he is not to blame for any of this, she royaly fucked him in every way. after reading more into this, apparently he stayed with her for over a year and a half after finding out she cheated. he stayed with her that long just for the kids, but still couldnt shake the image of her cheating on him. he did his best, and this is what he got for it. how can some people be so cruel? i really hope jason worley can find peace in his life.


SuicidalTidalWave

I would love to get a comment on the cheating neighbor. Probably feels like absolute shit too if he has a conscience.


julcarls

Yeah…. Just reading these comments I think I’ll avoid this one forever. Funkytown? Whatever! Primal screams of a loving parent/grandparent over the death of children? No thanks.


Dath123

I hear ya, audio like this is worse than some videos I've seen.


Amazingshot

That is terrifying. Just the way that call started is...... something greater than any horror movie I’ve ever seen. We are truly capable of unspeakable things. How that 911 operator handled that is amazing.


SuicidalTidalWave

I woke up to this playing on my headphones this morning.


Amazingshot

Why, and how did you get into a position to wake up to that? I mean I seek this out to be reminded that evil exists, but why wake up to it?


rat_parent_

fell asleep listening to podcasts


SuicidalTidalWave

Lol wow. Check the other persons response.


Leading_Funny5802

Lmao I do it all the time too, gives me nightmares but I’m a glutton for punishment I guess.


SuicidalTidalWave

Yea I must be into psychological BDSM or something.


Leading_Funny5802

Lol it’s our ASRM 🤣 I’ve read over and over people here fall asleep to that forensic file guy, or cold case file guy.


SuicidalTidalWave

Man I could never tell the average person I fall asleep to this stuff, but it literally does help me sleep better at night 😆 Glad there are others here I can admit this too without being judged negatively. I'm subscribed to that podcast too, but the guys voice is too monotonous for me.


MargoHuxley

He ended up buying the plots in the cemetery by his kids because his wife’s parents stated that they wanted to bury her by them.


SuicidalTidalWave

I mean, very VERY understandable.


MargoHuxley

Without a doubt. The JasoninHell story is just so sad, he had come to Reddit looking for advice on how to confront the wife for having an affair with their neighbor.


SuicidalTidalWave

I got the 911 call from Sword and Scale podcast and recorded it into my DAW and uploaded it because i couldn't find the grandmothers call anywhere else online. i don't know if it's scrubbed from the internet or what. This is more information about the case: source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brandi\_Worley


LifesShortBeAHoToday

omg. This is easily in the top two worst 911 calls I've ever heard. It's so brutal and beyond heartbreaking. I don't know how they could but I really hope the family finds some peace somewhere along the way.


SuicidalTidalWave

What's the #1 911 call?


LifesShortBeAHoToday

Many years ago I did a semester of crisis intervention training. A retired State Trooper from my state was a guest speaker one day. The topic was 911 operators or crisis hotline volunteers and how different calls were handled. We were required to listen to real life calls of various kinds with various outcomes. The last one we listened to was a "what NOT to do" call. Of course the operator completely botched the call. But anyway the caller was a young teenage girl, I think around 15? She was distraught and having mom/mom's boyfriend issues. The operator basically just lectured her about being a disrespectful daughter and literally offered no help to this poor girl. I mean, obviously the girl was at the end of it and couldn't stop crying, but she wanted help or she wouldn't have called the crisis line. At some point you finally hear a gunshot. As bad a s that was, it wasn't the worst part. After a minute, the girl starts this low, horrible moaning, in so much obvious pain, and the moaning just rises into a crescendo agonized screams. In between are slurred words, the girl is in such pain, and you can hear it and the terror in her voice, she is saying "help me! I don't want to die! I'm sorry!!", and just the sound of the pain and fear in her voice because she was so young, maybe didn't expect to actually die but i think in that moment it sank in, she knew she was dying and it was too late now. She said she was sorry. And she couldn't take it back. OMG it was so awful and so heartbreaking to listen to her die. She suffered so much. My god that just broke me. And now this poor grandma. ( And BTW the retired State Trooper and his wife started the first crisis hotline in their area for teenagers because one day their teenage daughter (and only child) stepped out onto their back porch and shot herself in the head with his service revolver that she had lifted when he wasn't looking. He said there had been no signs beforehand, and they would not have been able to go on if they had not found a way to keep it from happening to others. At that time, they had tracked over 1,000 successful interventions and he credited it to training of the volunteers who answered the calls.)


SuicidalTidalWave

Thanks for typing that story. Do you have audio of that call?


LifesShortBeAHoToday

No I sure don't, sorry. That was in 2002 and it was played in class by the instructor. Honestly wish I'd never heard it and I can't say I would share it even if I did have it. That poor girl was still just a child and adults she trusted let her down in the worst way. Not much gets to me but that has stayed with me. I wouldn't wish for anyone to hear that. I wish I hadn't listened to this Brandi Worley call either.


shittytitty3

brandi’s so calm, and you can hear the operator just completely struggling to comprehend this… damn. the way rosemary just is wracked with sobs… i cant help but cry too. this is… so fucking horrible. how could brandi fucking do this??


SuicidalTidalWave

..... because she cheated on her husband who then wanted a divorce, that's why -_-


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SuicidalTidalWave

Wow. Can't believe you couldn't read the sarcasm in that comment.


shittytitty3

sorry, i have autism /gen


Bradghost

Having an 8 month old myself now I couldn’t listen past the grandmother crying. Seen some fucked up shit on this sub and didn’t blink an eye but couldn’t do this one.


WXHIII

Holy fuck I remember this. I went to college in the town she bought the weapon from and where she was held for a while. I actually recall being at the Walmart she went to the same day (assuming she purchased the weapon on the 16th of November) she did to purchase the weapon. Only reason I know this is because the brothers of my fraternity were askimg if i saw her there. Odds are it wasn't the same time since I would have gone for a pledgship thing (meaning way too late at night), just weird thinking I may have seen a woman getting ready to murder her kids (although I doubt it).


SuicidalTidalWave

Weird stuff. That sweetheart you just talked to could be on their way to murder someone right as we speak.


WXHIII

Yeah it was a cold day in hell when you found someone "nice" in Crawfordsville lol. They didn't like the guys from the college so we always got an attitude from townies


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rat_parent_

this us horrific, but an interesting listen. it's harder since I have a niece and nephew who are the same ages.. I can't even fathom her pain. those cries were so intense, you can feel her grief.


STiNk_BaBy

What the fuck man


BTRybach

If I was the husband discovering that, I would likely have killed her myself there and then.


Patient-Deer-7863

As a mother I would "finish what he started" if it was my son in Brandi's shoes. I can't even fathom the pain their family feels.


Status-Country-8653

I couldn't listen 2 it all.☹️


katelynsfurbabies

Man listening to this cannot be good for my mental health


jackaboymlg

How fucking selfish do you have to be to decide that KILLING your children is better than having them rightfully taken away from you?