Don’t say anything, he’ll hear you. I’m serious. This isn’t a ghost drill, we already had one this month remember? Get the pills and cherries from the cupboard, gather up Jr. and baby. We’ve got to be ready to go in 15 minutes.
Look, I went to get the milk like you said but when I did, this guy, he started following me. I didn’t know what was going on at first, but he started knocking fruit out of trees and stuff for a bit. I thought it was okay. But I start looking around and just hear him yelling “LOOK” and pointing. He shoots me with rocks. He wakes up a dog. He won’t let me go home. I try to get milk for the kids and he breaks the bottle.
This guy’s a psycho and I don’t think he’s going to just leave us alone. Look at this letter he sent.
This is wrong, this isn’t how it was supposed to happen. You should be supping on my fruits and pills, not that whore’s. I see you’re still out of wedlock even after having those precious little children. I can take you away from all that, we’ll be together forever. I already have a dress picked out. Come tomorrow night, alone. If you call the police, I get angry. If you try to escape, I get angry. If you no-show, I get angry.
You don’t want to make me angry, sugarball. We’re meant to be together, I just know it.
He’s serious, and we’ve got to take a chance, I don’t think we have any choice. Let’s call the chief first and then out through the back door.
The line’s cut.
I- what do we do now. Come on kids, we’ve got to go, we’re going to go see the chief, won’t that be fun? Come on everybody, up up.
What was that?
Sounds like- like-.
OH NO, HE’S COMING IN THROUGH THE WINDOW
RUN, I’LL MEET YOU AT THE STATION
GO, GO NOW