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The government has secretly collected these monster and now they need them to fight alien Gallaxhar (Rainn Wilson). A friend of mine knows a mom and a daughter that was shopping at Dillard’s in DENTON… The mom asked the girls what they were doing and they said “oh.. She’s drunk, she passed out in the bathroom, we’re just taking her home” … On 20 June 2015, a Facebook user published a screenshot of the text message transcribed above, which described a harrowing near miss abduction effort that supposedly occurred in the bathroom of a Dillard’s department store in Denton, Texas. She told her mom she had to go to the bathroom so her mom said awesome, you go to the bathroom, I’ll go checkout and then we can meet at the car. The mom was waiting in the car for awhile and she thought man, it’s been awhile so she walked back into Dillard’s and crossed paths with 2 girls CARRYING her daughter out of Dillard’s. Come to find out these two girls were hiding in the bathroom, when the daughter walked in, one pinned her down and the the other shot her up with black laced heroine. Come to find out, these 2 girls worked for sex trafficking that’s going on IN Denton.A 22-year-old man who has lived alone aboard his boat in Morro Bay for the past year is mysteriously missing.Family members of Avery Edward Danley are desperately seeking any information that could help locate him.The post’s claim of kidnappers working on behalf of sex traffickers echoed a rash of similar messages recently spread by social media users: In late May 2015, a Facebook user made a similar claim about a brush with abductors in an Oklahoma Hobby Lobby store; in early June, Twitter was carried away by warnings of human traffickers targeting college kids on summer break through job interviews; and late June saw yet another outbreak of the venerable theme park abduction urban legend.

Like the breathless tales of sex trafficking tricks that immediately preceded it, the warning about the incident in a Denton Dillard’s bore elements of a classic urban legend: it happened to a friend of a friend, at an indeterminate time, and included no details tying the claim to verifiable documentation (such as a news article or police report).

The couple also has a boat in the Morro Bay harbor. “The family remains in contact with investigators and we welcome any information that will assist with locating Avery,” Morro Bay police Chief Amy Christey wrote in an email.

“Then he went to use the shower next to the Harbor Patrol,” said his mother, Crystal Danley of Valley Springs. Danley “fell in love with Morro Bay” and wanted to continue living there, his mother said.

The often untold stories of male and LGBT sexual assault survivors will be heard in the locally produced film “Breaking the Silence” at a free community event Saturday night.

Filmed using area actors, artists, community leaders and survivors, “Breaking the Silence” will be shown at p.m. Haven Women’s Center of Stanislaus is sponsoring the event to kick off National Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

There is child abuse, domestic violence and LGBTQ assault within the kinds of survivors,” Soro said.