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Detective Oscar Vega and Dr. Rogers find the body in the woods. Detectives Angie Flynn and Oscar Vega at the crime scene. The homicide detectives investigating the murder of Peter Glass. The detectives find pieces of the victim's body.
Detective Angie Flynn talks to Sophie Glass, the victim's daughter. Detectives Angie Flynn and Oscar Vega at the scene of the crime. The homicide of a man is compounded by the abduction of his daughter; Angie continues to secretly investigate the Neville Montgomery file.
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A year-old girl was babysitting her little sister while her parents went out to a party. She sent her sister off to bed around while she stayed up to watch her favorite T. She sat in her recliner with a blanket and watched until it went off at around after it went off she turned around in her seat to face the big glass door and watch the snow fall.
She sat there for about 5 minutes or so when she noticed a strange man walking toward the glass from outside. She sat there staring as he stared at her back. He started to pull a shiny object out from his coat. Thinking it was a knife she immediately pulled the covers over her head. After about 10 minutes she removed the covers and saw that he was gone. She then called and they rushed over.
They examined outside for any footprints in the snow, but there were none to be found. Two cops walked into her house to tell her the bad news and they noticed a trail of big wet footprints leading up to the chair where she was sitting.
ustanovka-kondicionera-deshevo.ru/libraries/2020-07-30/551.php The cops came to their conclusion and immediately told the girl she was very lucky because the man she saw staring at her was not standing outside, but he was standing behind her and what she saw was his reflection. This chilling variation on the familiar trope of the threatened babysitter see also " The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs " and " The Clown Statue " makes effective use of the "shocking reveal"—our protagonist learns after the fact that the prowler hadn't been watching her from outside the house as she had assumed; but was inside the house the whole time, making her close call with the boogeyman all the closer, and all the more horrifying in retrospect.
As in "The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs," the cautionary message of this tale is aimed at the teenage protagonist: stay alert, be careful, mind your responsibilities. The consequences of distraction can be dire.