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I am an ingrate and a fool," I replied. "I misjudged you. Can you forgive me? " she said, as her lips stretched wide in a ghastly smile, revealing hideous fangs. I recoiled, in disbelief as well as horror. " I cried. " I gestured wildly toward the window. " "Ah yes," she said, admiring her lovely image in the window. "A vampire cannot be reflected," I pointed out. " "I have," I insisted. " She began to move closer to me. " "Silver," she crooned, slowly moving ever closer, "was the coinage paid to Judas for the betrayal of your Lord.
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He is a lawyer. He can talk himself out of anything. He starts talking. The policemen listen. They listen as they finger the long rope, the thick noose. They listen as they go down to the patrol car. They listen as they escort him to the Mercedes. They marvel at the nut case—or perhaps it was a high school prankster—who planted the mannequin at an unusually busy section of the Interstate. The policemen shake his hand. Walter says good-bye. He watches as they carry Christine to the patrol car. He checks an impulse to wave.
Early Modern History 1500-1789 by Black J.