Amanda," the detective said, "You remember me, right?"
Amanda nodded. In
doing so, she started to feel lightheaded again.
noticed this. "I can come back tomorrow. According to your doctor,you will need to stay here one more
okay," Amanda said, "I can talk now."
The detective took
out his notebook and a pencil.
remember what happened?" He asked.
Amanda had to think
about it for a moment. "Well," Started slowly, letting her brain
catch up to the present, "We were just getting back. I had to cut it short
because my migraine started and I forgot my painkillers." She paused still
feeling woozy and confused. "Then there was this car, and two people got
recognize either one of them?"
"One of them
I've seen in the coffee shop I frequent." Then Amanda sat up a little, as
her memory of her trip returned.
"He was there
on the train we took. He must have been stalking me for a while."
"You saw him a
"No, just at
the coffee shop weekly," Amanda sighed, "I didn't think anything of
it because plenty of people go there weekly about the same time I do. I didn't
think anything when he was on the train because there's plenty of people who take
the train cross country."
The detective nodded
as he scribbled in his notebook.
"So what else
do you remember about what happened at the lake?" He asked after a few
remember that two people got out of the car. My head was in a lot of pain. I
recognized one of them, but the other I had no clue. He had a foreign accent,
but I'm not sure where I've heard it."
The detective nodded
again, "Yeah, that's what your friend, Trisha said."
"Then they were
all shouting, but everything became jumbled after that." Amanda said.
"Are you sure
you don't remember anything else? Anything anyone said? Perhaps anything your
what?" Amanda was wondering what Detective Snyder was insinuating.
"She told me that she used a Taser a few minutes ago, but I don't remember
what actually happened."
The detective stood
up. "Hmm," he said. Amanda had a feeling that he didn't believe her.
He started to say something, then stopped.
the detective finally said, "Thank you for your time."
Amanda watch him
leave. Todd had been standing quietly off to the side. After a moment, Amanda
"What was that
all about?" Amanda asked, "I remembered him being much friendlier the
last time I was here."
are different, now," Todd said, "Much different."