Tag Archives: disappearance

The House Across The Street – Part 10 . . .

Thursday 30 July 2020 The Killer Coffee Shop was alive with bodies coming and going, laden with coffee and cake, and lunch orders. The coffee shop was a veritable gold mine of a business, and with all of the foot … Continue reading

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The House Across The Street – Part 9 . . .

Sunday 26 July 2020 ‘How are you kids doing?’ Ryan’s father asked. ‘Oh, hey, Mr. King,’ replied Millie, ‘we’re just hanging out pretending to do our homework.’ ‘Excellent. Good job,’ Patrick King responded. ‘Look, kids, I’ve got to make a … Continue reading

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The House Across The Street – Part 8 . . .

Tuesday 21 – Wednesday 22 July 2020 Installing a surveillance team had been a complex operation. It had required hours of detailed planning, intense discussions with superior officers, and a highly choreographed routine to get the team assimilated into the … Continue reading

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The House Across The Street – Part 7 . . .

Tuesday 14 – Wednesday 15 July 2020 Detective Hugh Clementine wandered back down the driveway in silence, scratching his head. ‘Hugh?’ his partner spoke in hushed tones, not wanting to draw any more attention to themselves. ‘In all my years … Continue reading

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The House Across The Street – Part 6 . . .

Tuesday 14 July 2020 ‘No indication of foul play –’ ‘Of course not! They were cooked in a cremation oven. There’s nothing left of them but ash. If that isn’t the most ridiculous thing to write in a post-mortem report, … Continue reading

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The House Across The Street – Part 2 . . .

Thursday 18 June 2020 ‘Well, shit . . .’ she muttered as she waved at the kid across the street. ‘We’ve definitely drawn attention to ourselves now.’ She reached up to the window, and pulled it down, snapping the lock … Continue reading

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The House Across The Street – Part 1 . . .

Friday 12 June 2020 Moving van arrived 6:47am. 3 occupants – Lane Ridge Moving Company. 1st male – driver, approx. 6’2”, approx. 30, dirty blonde hair, backwards NY baseball cap – black, blue mover’s overalls, steel capped boots – camel, … Continue reading

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The Mysteries Of Our World . . .

Monday 29 – Tuesday 30 August 2016 Ever since I was a child, I’ve been fascinated by the mysteries that the world threw around. I remember looking through my some of my paternal nan’s books that dealt with the oddities … Continue reading

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Broadsided – Part 9

Tuesday 2 February 2016 Holly had never travelled across the country before, not even as a child during school holidays for the great American dream of the cross-country road trip. If her parents had suggested it when she was younger, … Continue reading

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Broadsided – Part 8

Monday 1 February 2016 It was a spur of the moment decision. Ross had spotted the gas station attendant’s SUV parked in one of the two staff parking spaces around the side of the store. A bit of sly talking … Continue reading

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