MICHIGAN DETROIT, MARCH 2017
The television blares as Samual Blackmeth, journalist by trade, quickly fills up boxes in a third story apartment.
The items are random, and out of sort, as they are not his… They are his missing brothers, Edmond.
“IN TODAY’S NEWS, THE U.S. REFUSES TO AGREE TO RUSSIA’S TRADE PROPOSALS, AS TIME RUNS OUT ON MUCH OF OUR COUNTRIES DEBT TO CHINA… IN CONNECTED NEWS, IRAQ IS ON THE BRINK TO ALLYING ITSELF WITH BOTH RUSSIA, AND CHINA, WHICH WILL MAKE FOR SOME POSSIBLE STRONG ARMING FROM THE EAST”
Samual, tiring of the International News, flips the channel to another station as he continues to pack.
Samual stands around 5’10”, with a medium build, and sandy blondish brown hair. His eyes are hazel, and his bangs drape over half of his face.
He’s 29 years old.
“TEENAGE BOY BILLY NOR’S, 16 YEARS OF AGE, BODY HAS WAS FOUND IN A LOCAL JUNK YARD WHERE A SINGLE SILVER BULLET HAD BEEN PLACED IN HIS FOREHEAD… SOURCES SAY BY A LONG RANGE RIFLE. BILLY’S BODY THEN LOOKED TO BE DUMPED IN THE JUNK YARD”
With this Samual had, had enough news, and flipped off the t.v.
DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT PARKING LOT
Samual’s white pick up truck has been filled to the brim, and is 4 to 5 feet tall as he secures the boxes in the back.
Samual, with the help of a postal worker, ships all of his brother Edmonds boxes to their mother’s address, which is also in Detroit.
“Kinda strange you didn’t just drop these off at the address?” the postal worker says with a sneer as he lifts the boxes.
Samual gazes at the postal worker without a word, then heads towards his truck, which has several duffle bags still in the back… Army green in color.
Samual listens to the radio as he heads to the Adirondack Mountains, in New York… A 10 hour drive… There he has purchased a small cabin where he plans to hide out… Or… Live.
“JOURNALIST SAMUAL BLACKMETH HAS BID DETROIT GOODBYE… A LOCAL BOY, SAMUAL LEAVES BEHIND A LOYAL FOLLOWING OF READERS WHO HAVE ALWAYS APPRECIATED HIS CANDIDNESS IN ALL THINGS JOURNALISM”
He changes the channel once more.
PICTURE CREDIT – Lycan