Wednesday, December 17, 2008

"Golden Texas Tea" (pg 20)

Malibu was the first to recover from her seizure and while she was getting up, an intense feeling feeling of despair engulfed her. So intense were these feelings that she began to cry hysterically before collapsing to the ground in agony.

Jey was the next to get up and after checking on the condition of his sister, he went over to Malibu to see how she was doing. Concerned that something very terrible must have happened to her as well, Jey sat down next Malibu. Picking her up, he rested her head in his lap, which she melted down even further into oblivion. Stroking her hair, Jey was hit with the same feeling of despair that was obliterating Malibu. As was his sister, who came over to Jey, hugging him tightly and crying uncontrollably.

Back in the motel room, the TSYT that was with Walter, shrieked and she ran from the room yelling for someone to call 911. A few people made it to the room and saw the horrible condition that Walter was in.

They grabbed a few blankets and carefully covered him up to keep him warm, making sure that they didn't move him but was also comfortable as well. A few minutes later, the paramedics arrived and took complete control of the situation. Quickly getting Walter stable, they soon had him transported to the local hospital, where he stayed for the next few weeks recovering from his concussion.

The police who were investigating the accident found Azalea, buried deep under the road, not too far from where the bulk of the car wreck was. As she was being dug up from the road, the police canvassed the area to see if anyone knew who she was or where she had come from.Questioning a few of the locals who saw her walking, the police quickly determined that she owned the car that was parked illegally four streets away.

Since retrieving the keys would was downright impossible, the police jimmied the lock so that they could find some identification for this Jane Doe on their hands. Three minutes later, they had all the info they needed in order to notify the next of kin.

Dialing her home number, they reached the only detached person there, Walter's ex-wife Wanda. She had driven over a couple of hours ago, when her son Jey called to say that something horrible had happened to everyone at the house.


  1. I think it does at that. Does kind of give you a creepy feeling to think about it.

  2. Gosh, thank god this is not real life.

    Poor Azalea.

  3. Sad to say, there are examples similar to this in the real world.


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