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The Final Journey. As he turned torn, he felt the cold edge of the revolver strike the back of his head, the blood

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The Final Journey. As he turned torn, he felt the cold edge of the revolver strike the back of his head, the blood started to flow. Seconds after dropping to the ground, in the pool of dark, red blood, he was lifted by a huge man. He wore a dark, black suit, with faint white pin striping, running vertically down the beautifully smooth suit, with a small white handkerchief, creeping from his top pocket. The giant man lifted the body, and dropped it onto his huge, sloping shoulder, and calmly stepped over towards the car. Using his free hand, he maneuvered it into his pocket, and removed a set of keys. ...read more.

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After confirming his safety, he removed the handkerchief from his top pocket and mopped the face from his face. After replacing the handkerchief precisely in the same position it was before, he again checked the area, again each corner in turn, and again he was still safe. Now it was time to leave. After pulling a gigantic gulp of air, he reached out with his large hand to grab the keys from the lock. As he leant over to grab the keys, the sounds of the groaning body could be heard, but were muffled by the cold, steel boot lid, but none of this seemed to faze the man, he simply removed the keys from the lock, he swung his huge frame around, and made his way to the door, he somehow managed to move silently, yet swiftly, only the crack of his shoe leather could be heard. ...read more.

Conclusion

As the car shot down the road, the tires were still smoking, leaving the foul stench of burning rubber to be smelt. The man then suddenly yanked the wheel, which was covered by his gigantic hands, to the right. As the car slid around the corner the man dropped his large, flat foot onto the brake pedal, the car tires screeched again, until the car stopped. He flung the door open, he wasn't moving quietly now. Not even time to check his safety, he just moved swiftly to the rear of the car, stuck the key into the lock, and twisted them. As the boot crept up, a look of horror, and great confusion took over the mans face. The body was gone. ...read more.

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