It all Started one cold winter night on December 10 2010 in a tiny town in Minnesota Called Red Wing. . I was sitting on my couch watching TV when the Emergency Broadcast Alert System came on. It was an amber alert a 7 year old boy got kidnapped from his own bedroom. I sat there thinking who this could be, “who kidnaps a 7 year old form they,re own house?” I thought to my self. It was getting late so I went to bed.
The next day Tom came to visit he looked like he did not sleep for a week. “whats up?” I asked him. “nothing.. nothings up” he told me.
“yes I..I had a long night I got 2 hours of sleep. How about you?, how was your night?”
“well last night there was an amber alert issued. I stayed up most of the night think on who could of done it.”
when I said that he looked like he was about to cry. “who... who did you think did it?” he asked me “i don 't know, I just hope they find the kid safe.” we talked and visited for another 2 hours then he left.
It was time for me to go to work I work from 3 to 11 pm. I work at a foundry the pay is good but the work is hard, moving over 300 pounds of metal a day makes you tried. After work I went to the store to pick up some things. That 's when I saw tom he had childrens clothes in his cart, clothes for a little boy. He was acting strange, hitting himself, shaking his head, and saying things that I c...
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...But he could never forget. he kinda became obsessed with him.”
“did he get therapy?”
“nope he did not want it. You want to know something?”
“do you remember that 7 year old boy that went missing 3 years ago?”
“yea as a recall they never found him.”
“yes that is correct. Tom said he looked like Jeremy. I saw him once starring at a playground while he was playing. I asked him what he was doing and he told me he was thinking of something stupid.”
“stupid? Wait you don 't think tom kidnapped that child?”
“maybe I dont know. Now that you mention it. He was acting strange after the kid went missing.”
“i know he came over the morning after he was reported missing. He looked like he was about to cry.”
“do you think he had something to do with that kidnapping?”
“I don 't know
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