The story is about a girl who recently went to the Dominican on a vacation. While she was there she had a fling with one of the workers at the resort.
On her second last night there, he asked her to go back to his house to "party Dominican style" with him. She really liked him but she felt uneasy about it so she said she would think about it and let him know. She went back to her room and talked to her friend about it and her SMART friend talked her out of going.
When she got back home the next week she was having some down-under-lady-issues so she went to her doctor to get checked out. He did the normal tests and said he would get back to her in a week or so.
The very next day he called her and said he HAD TO see her that day. She obviously went in (probably freaking out inside) and the doctor asked her:
"Do you have a significant other?".
"Have you been sexually active recently?"
She proceeded to tell him about her Dominican fling. He instantly asked what the Dominicans name was, what resort he worked at, if she knew where he lived and if she knew if he was active with anyone else.
You're probably thinking right now what I thought when I heard this story for the first time. OMG she has AIDS???
The doctor proceeded to tell her she had a disease that one can only get from having sex with dead people.
You read that right, dead people. Process that for a moment...
Eventually police found the guy and raided his house where they found bodies of 3 tourists.
There are so many disturbing things to this story. First, he was obviously having sex with the bodies and then with her (and probably other women at the resort too), and if her friend hadn't talked her out of going to his house, she would have been the next victim.
Im not saying that this happens all the time, I'm saying it CAN happen. This world is full of crazy fucked up people and when you are in a foreign country (or even your own familiar country) you really have to be aware of your surroundings and the people you are with. Watch out for yourself and for your friends.
I pray that I never hear of something like this happening to anyone I know... or you know.