ATM Spits Out Very Desperate Note In Place Of Receipt From The Man Inside [VIDEO]

ATM Spits Out Very Desperate Note In Place Of Receipt From The Man Inside [VIDEO]

In an episode of The X-Files come to life, a Texas ATM machine began acting strangely. Customers attempting to use the machine were being contacted by hand written notes that were coming from the receipt slot. The machine seemed to be communicating with them. Most of the ATM users ignored the notes. This went on for about two hours.

After two hours, one customer finally took the note seriously and called the police. When the police arrived they found that the notes claimed a person was trapped inside the ATM and it gave a number to call so that the person’s boss could come open it up and get him out. As crazy as it sounds, it was all true. Indeed a man who had been servicing the machine had gotten himself locked inside without his cell phone. So he resorted to communicating the old fashioned way…writing a note.

Questions arise such as, how can a person even fit inside an ATM? How can it be large enough to accommodate a human being? And why don’t these technicians stand have some kind of fail safe so they can open it if it accidentally closes? And what if none of the customers took it seriously? What would have happened to this person? And lastly, why would anyone ignore a handwritten note coming out of a machine?

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We’ll never know these answers. But one thing is for sure, machines can’t write notes. So, if a note ever spits out of any kind of machine, don’t ignore it. As we can see from this incident, the weirdest things can happen. And a life could be at stake.

All’s well that ends well and this is not the rise of the machines. But let’s hope there are no more talking ATMs or people trapped in them.

Sonja Bochow

I live in Newark, DE, am married, and the mother of four children; Liam, Brenna, Keira and Erin. I am also a full time Bible teacher and have a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from West Chester University.

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