Middleboro Woman Believes 60 Year Old Friendly Hanover Man Who Told Her Brake Light Was Out Was Actually Trying To Harm Her
This is Taryn from Middleboro.
She recently was in the Hanover area to visit her fiancé’s house when a strange man approached her and she nearly didn’t make it out alive, and she wanted to share he harrowing tale to a bunch of strangers in the Mamas of the South Shore Facebook group to warn them.
Just when you though it was safe to move to the suburbs! There is no doubt in my mind that this self described “nice man from Hanover” in his 60’s with glasses was attempting to rape and/or murder her. The ol “your brake light was out” routine is just a line they use to get close to you. Sure, it’s a coincidence that her brake light was in fact out, but the respectable thing would’ve been for this 60 year old man to let her get ticketed by the police instead. That’s the kind of society I want to live in.
Luckily her husband was there to rescue her from this lunatic.
Had he not been there is no doubt that she’d be dead by now. Friendly bald men in their 60’s are amongst the most dangerous people on earth, so she was just using the data to draw a conclusion. I just can’t imagine a scenario in which a complete stranger would ever choose to be friendly when in fact they are almost definitely a raping murderer. Thank you for your service Taryn.
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