It was another dark night. Another long day in the lab. But now it was time for Janet to go home. Advertisements
Jonathan entered the gleaming white room and sat, without speaking, on the iron chair in front of Andrew.
The list was gargantuan upon the wall. It had been meticulously-written in calligraphy.
I showed them no mercy.
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Bones. So many bones. Skulls and jaws and femurs. Everywhere.
“I’m tell you, they’ll never find out.”
The words shocked her to her core. They were unfathomable.