Last year, during summer time, I worked at a Coca-Cola factory. During that time, it was me, Eddie, Greg, three other co-workers, and a supervisor (we'll call him Kevin). We worked at the part where the ingredients and water were mixed with right proportions. One day, Eddie and Greg went to get bottles of beer during break time, but two hours after the break time was over, they were nowhere to be found. Both of them always clocked in and out at the right time and were dedicated workers, so it was really strange for all of us. Kevin decided to call their homes, but their families told him they were not at their homes either.
A week after their disappearance, we finally decided to call the police to report missing people. We passed around the flyers, and put the "Missing person" ad on our drinks, but there was no news of them at all. To make matters worse, it was during summer time, so there were many demands for the drink, meaning our production had to speed up without those two.
Three months after their disappearance, we were working normally when we got a clog at the hose that connected the cola tank to the conveyor belt nozzles where the drinks were poured into bottles. Mystified by what could be causing the clog, we stopped the production and began to drain the tank. As the liquid level slowly reached the bottom, we saw something that looked like a rag. One of my coworkers grabbed the rag and pulled it out.
There they were. Eddie and Greg. All mangled up together, their bodies horribly disfigured from carbon waters. Their faces were barely recognizable, and the only things that were distinguishable were their uniforms, with their names almost erased from carbon. I used all my might to not throw up into the tank.
We didn't know how many bottles were shipped. We didn't know where they were shipped to. Chances are, you drank Coca-Cola last year, and you may have noticed how awesome the flavor was, and wondered what the secret ingredient was.