The Misunderstanding Part 4

He laughed; a wicked laugh which got louder and deeper as he walked away. … Jayce Kendall answered his home office phone. “It’s Ray. Jan’s nearly hysterical. That psychopath I told you about last week just attacked her in our garage. He threatened to kill them if I call the cops again. I’m headed home, […]

The Misunderstanding Part 3 (WARNING: CONTAINS VIOLENCE)

“Be careful with this guy. He’s dangerous, and doesn’t make idle threats. Please call us right away if he contacts you again.” “Will do.” … A week passed. The Johnsons had a home security alarm installed, but otherwise the incident began to fade away in their minds. One bright morning after Ray left for work, […]


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