The Scary True Story : “You have already lost your organs”

Sometimes what really happened around us was scarier than any other scary movie or story.  Did you know that there were cases of buying and selling human organs? The man who had lost his organs didn’t even notice them.

This terrible story is about a young man who actually happened a long time ago in Asia.


A strong college student was walking down the street. He was walking in a quiet alley. At that time, he saw an old lady dragging a cart along the hill.

The young man helped her by pushing her cart from behind because she felt so hard.

“Let,s go! Let,s go! ”


Grandmother was so grateful for the young man’s help that she gave him a bottle of drink.

“No, Thanks”

The young man declined to drink something that she felt was a burden on her.

“I’m so grateful. Come on, drink this.”

Grandma thanked him and recommended he drink his soda quickly.

“Thank you.”

The young man drank a drink thanking her for her kindness.

After two hours……….

“Where am I? Why am I here?”

The young man opened his eyes and was in a small bathroom. The young man soon came to his senses, but he couldn’t move.

When the young man finally came to his senses, he found a red mark in the old bathroom mirror on one wall.


” There is a telephone behind your back so please request for help. “

The young man called the police to ask for help. And when the police heard the current situation from a young man, they spoke in a sullen voice.

“You’ve already had your organs stolen.”

Do you understand this situation?  Yes, it is. The naive, friendly old lady was a member of the organ trafficking ring.

Her role was to lure passing youth into a drink with an anesthetic in it.

How would you feel if one day you came back to your senses after drinking soda from an old lady you had passed by, and your stomach was covered with surgical scars and your organs were gone?

It’s hard to believe that the story really existed. However, this is a terrible true story that happened in Asia in the early 1990s.

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