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When Twitter user @sixthformpoet began putting flowers on the grave next to his father's, he had no idea the crazy story he was about to embark on.

Fortunately, he documented the entire story in a viral Twitter thread.


Feeling bad about the bare-looking grave next to his dad's, @sixthformpoet began leaving flowers on it.



But it turns out there was a reason no one left that man flowers...



Naturally, @sixthformpoet felt pretty bad about how much time he'd spent honoring a murderer.

So to make things right, he decided to bring some flowers to his victims.

And that's when the story took a huge twist...

Twitter loves a good love story, especially one that involves the graves of murderers.


If only all our love stories could be this romantic...

Many people thought @sixthformpoet's thread should be turned into a movie ASAP!



Twitter users everywhere found their hearts touched by the strange tale.



This was certainly a heartwarming yarn!

You know, except for all the murdered people.

Thanks, @sixthformpoet!

If you love a good love story, the book The 50 Greatest Love Letters is available here to tug at your heartstrings.

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