That at any given time there are approximately 120,000 UNsolved murders in the USA with ONLY 1% ever being solved? That means that's how many killers are running free. It's sad because that's at least how many loved ones are still waiting for justice and the unknowing is slowly killing their faith and hope.
That when any living thing dies (ie: animal in the woods), a female Blow Fly can sense it over 1 mile away? She then flies & lands on the carcass. Upon landing, she lays up to 500 eggs which then turn into maggots.
That this too-close of word spacing means the writer "needs" to feel loved, wanted, needed, and / or accepted? If they feel rejected, unloved, or unwanted they are capable of doing some heinous things (if mixed with other unstable traits). This sample is the writing of a known serial killer.
That guns account for 60% of suicides? Hanging / jumping is 25%, and inhalants make up for most of the rest. Women typically over-estimate lethal consequences and choose jumping or drugs over guns mostly due to vanity.
That the average English native speaker knows about 20,000 words while university-educated people know around 40,000 words? However, the daily average - whether speaking or via text / email - goes down to repeatedly using only about 5,000 very common words. Words and phrases are often a form of linguistic investigations.