vivid than ever. It always began with her running frantically in fear
for her life with a man steadily coming after her. Also, it always
ended with the same dreadful scene, her choked to death and laying
morbidly on the floor and an unnatural angle. Her therapist told her
these dreams were brought about due becoming aware of here her
mortality due to the death of her boyfriend six months ago in a car
accident, and that it she could suffer and be the victim, but she knew
better. She knew these were visions, and she knew she would not let it
Daysha Denise Abraham was a crime scene investigator of four years.
She loved every fascinating aspect of her job and the rush she got
from solving a case. Her job was her passion, her life, and some
people, like her overbearing mother felt she took it too seriously.
It was quite simply her disgust with the mundane and the ordinary
that drove her to this career choice, and she loved every minute of
it. Her latest case was solving the murder of a housewife who was
murdered in her home. Abraham arrived on the crime scene that morning
with her usual cup of coffee. She was saddened by the fact that the
woman had five children under eighteen, and they would grow up without
the love of their biological mother. Moreover, it was in her old
neighborhood in West End, near her street corner.
“Good morning detective,” said a gloomy faced corporal, “her youngest
daughter found her swimming in a pool of her own blood. Things like
this sicken me” He walked off in a silent brooding manner, and Daysha
hoped to God he did not pull ...
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how her vision ended quite well, and didn’t plan on letting it come
true. As the hooded figure was almost upon her, she pulled out her 22m
and went to work. She give him two shots to each leg, two for putting
her through this ordeal, and two to let out all the pent up rage. She
was not secure enough to unmask him alone however, so she went to call
When they arrived on the scene, it was discovered that her stalker was
the murdered woman’s husband who had burst in as Abraham examined his
wife. Him seeing his wife in that state sent him off balance, and
caused him to believe that she killed his wife. He wanted revenge, but
he was going to take it out on the wrong person. Even though
completely traumatized, Daysha was happy the incident had happened.
Maybe now, she could finally get a good nights sleep.
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