Status: Early Noon
Harue had to hang out for a while at the supermarket till the man left the area of the flowers. When the man left finally, Harue walked back and picked up some flowers. As he began to walk to the register he saw a bold headline of death. At first he felt to ignore and then he decided to pick it up.
Harue read the article to the end. He somehow had a mere flashback of when he was a child. All though they were two different crimes brutality and mutilation was something Harue could never take lightly. He took the article with him after all they were free newspapers these days. Harue bought his flowers and stared at the add one more time. There was something odd about this. Even he couldn't deny that. He wondered how long it or maybe how maybe more reads would it need before he dissected it to find the clues.MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE FOUND DEAD IN SUBURBAN RESIDENCE.
Authorities baffled with cause of death
William (54) And Mathilde Coors (53), a long-time resident of No. 23 Block 4 Woodgrove St., were found dead this morning by a concerned neighbor. The one witness (unnamed), saw the female Coors lying face down on the ground in front of their house. She called the authorities on site and found William Coors’ lifeless body in the bedroom. Nearby witnesses claimed that they heard strange noises from the Coors residence the night before.
“I didn’t think it was anything because Bill (William Coors), usually gets violent when he’s drunk. It was just one of those nights to throw a fit.”
Authorities presumed it was another case of a house break-in, with attacks of this sort escalating recently. Upon further investigation, the police rectified their hypothesis for they found no traces of forced entry. None was found missing from the Coors home.
Authorities are still trying to decipher the incidents that led to the death of the couple, both dying in somewhat unexplained manner. William Coors was found dead at the foot of his bed of asphyxia due to strangulation. There was evidence of pressure in Coors’ neck, with bones snapping twice. Unfortunately, autopsy found no imprints of the murder weapon. Fingerprints said to be found on the scene were the victim’s own.....
Status: Late night
Items: Newspaper Add
Harue was remember early this noon. When he knew he shouldn't. He was quite distracted, but he would just need to clear his thoughts. And not think so much.
Harue had decided it best to check out not only the library for key bits of information, but as well dissect the add. Of course this would have to be done after something else came up. There were stories about a note at the supermarket asking for help at the library. So this would needed to be done as well.
Harue was somewhat nervous by himself though. Or maybe it was his own delusional paranoia that got to him sometimes. Not on purpose just something that tended to happen when his mind was wrapped with thoughts. He could barely control his nightmares. He wasn't as powerful as he wished. But he was still able to do what he had to.