Viral Message: A homosexual man from Alabama has decided to become straight after he allegedly had terrifying visions of Hell after a near-death experience.

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William Frohlich, 34, claims he has been haunted for weeks by horrifying visions of “demons” and “Hell” after he was electrocuted during home repairs which led his heart to stop beating for several minutes before paramedics intervened.

The hellish visions were so frightening that the 34-year-old software engineer has even left his boyfriend of 12 years in the process of “trying to turn heterosexual” and “leaving his evil ways behind.”

“I first lost consciousness and was surrounded by a sea of light. I then tried to reach a brighter point of light before a hoard of dark shadowy figures took me away from the light and into the darkness,” he said on Youtube.

“The demons kept laughing and pulling me into the void of darkness before I heard a loud powerful voice. It was the voice of God and he told me there was no place for my kind in Heaven,” he recalled, visibly frightened.

Viral Message Verification:-  As reported by a satire website Yournewswire that “A homosexual man from Alabama has decided to become straight after he allegedly had terrifying visions of Hell after a near-death experience.” Is fake news created to make a hype and get more page view for the above mentioned site.

The picture tell’s all the truth. The person in picture is Christopher Charles Cantwell and not William Frohlich.

    Cantwell is accused of three felonies after pepper spraying someone in the face at the University Virginia during protest on August 11
    He claims he pepper-sprayed the counter-demonstrator in self-defense
    The incident occurred hours before the deadly neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville
    After believing there was a warrant out for his arrest, Cantwell appeared sobbing in a YouTube video
    Cantwell was featured in a documentary by Vice News that went viral
    Cantwell turned himself over to authorities on August 23
    In it, he said he was disgusted President Trump 'let a Jew steal his daughter'
    The judge has decided he is a flight risk and his hate speech makes him a threat to others
    On Thursday a judge reversed a lower court order that would allow Cantwell to be bonded out for $25,000
    Cantwell is being held in solitary confinement out of concerns for his safety

He appeared in Albemarle Circuit Court on Monday, December 4, 2017. He is 37-year-old defendant from New Hampshire is now indicted by a grand jury on a felony charge of illegal use of tear gas.

His crying video below, White supremacist dubbed the 'Crying Nazi' after sobbing on YouTube video over his fears of arrest is denied bond and will remain behind bars in solitary confinement for his violent protest

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yournewswire was Founded by Sean Adl-Tabatabai and Sinclair Treadway in 2014. It has published fake stories, such as "claims that the Queen had threatened to abdicate if the UK voted against Brexit."

Earliar published a story saying First Lady Michelle Obama had unfollowed Clinton on Twitter. A quick check of Twitter proved the story false. 

In the past YourNewsWire has been the source of or helped spread a long string of persistent rumors, including the fake claim that a terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England was a “false flag,” or a government plot designed to keep the populace in fear. They also reported the widespread (but completely false) rumor that a second gunman helped carry out the mass shooting in Las Vegas on 1 October 2017.

It’s significant to note that YourNewsWire often uses fictional quotes juice up the clickbait value of their stories, sometimes for the purpose of putting outrageous words in celebrities’s mouths, and other times to invent stories and attribute them to conveniently–anonymous witnesses or officials.

In our opinion the stories or news covered on this site cannot be trusted and must be well verified before being actually shared and believed.

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