A Pocket Full of Clues (Part 2, page 1 of 8)


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Part 2

9:30 pm it was totally dark outside, Amelia Arrington tossed and turned in her king size bed but suddenly fell asleep; the next time she woke up was 9:58 pm. Making her way to the kitchen, she did not realize just how tired she was, Amelia was an airline stewardess with Flight Airlines. Forgetting to put on her slipper, she headed to get a glass of water from the kitchen sink. The clock struck 10 0’clock and just as Amelia drunk one final sip of water a shadow appeared from the sofa area in her apartment and the person in the shadow hit her in the head with a blunt object causing her immediate death. The object left a visible hole imprinted near her forehead.

The tone was paisley pink, the lipstick was between dark and light; Margo wore it with a smile as she prepared for work. The tone of this lipstick fit her mood, upbeat and happy. She kissed her dad Carson before she drove off in her red formaggi, headed for work.

Captain Lewis started talking to her the minute she hit the door, never mind the greeting. He began to brief her on the case that needed her immediate attention. The Imprinted Object is what the case is numbered and called. Captain Lewis would later give more details of why the case was name this. A man has been found murdered with a tool of some sort and the imprint has been left for further testing to find a clue as to what was the tool used to murder this man; the tool was also used to kill, 48 year old, Amelia Arrington. She worked as a airline stewardess and lived a normal life, and nothing out of the ordinary happened for the police to find. The simple fact that she had the same imprint on her head, as the male victim did, set the tone for similarities in the murders.

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