An excerpt from They, Part 3 by Jill Yoder Published July 30, 2020
I cannot begin to tell you how relieved I am to read your letter. First, I want to say you are correct about David. I saw him at the grocery store with a young twenty-something woman. He didn’t see me because I left immediately. I am glad he’s not my problem anymore.
Professor Kenneth Peterson, one of my former professors, called me last night. He taught Science and Technology for years before retiring two years ago. We keep in touch often. I asked him to tell me his thoughts on the disappearances, but he wouldn’t discuss the subject at his home. He asked me to meet him at a small warehouse he recently purchased. Once inside, I observed a display of computers and surveillance equipment. Photos of hundreds of people covered the wall. He claimed they mysteriously disappeared.
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