The Future of Collaborative Fiction
StoryMash, the future of collaborative fiction. A creative writing community for authors, amateur writers, readers and anyone interested in collaborative fiction and collaborative creative writing.
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As I opened the door to the victims house I took a deep breath to help prepare myself.
The house was in a secluded location for which I was thankful, I had always hated the crowds which gather from concerned neighbours
and worse: the press.
I had seen the pictures but upon entering the bathroom i had to instantly back out; nothing could have prepared me, or
anyone for that matter, for this.
I had to back straight out. I felt sick. The victim was a middle aged woman named Sally Pearson who was touching forty,
despite this she retained her youthful looks
with long wavy red hair however this was marred slightly by the blood covering her 5’9 frame and staining the white bath tub.
“Sick bastard” I silently whispered.
The corpse had both wrists tied together and the ankles were bound correspondingly she was also gagged.
I had heard from the forensics no DNA could be traced
however the internet history showed a search of how to remove traces of DNA. I shook my head, the youth of today I thought.
The cause of death was a cut to the carotid artery in the neck, it was only by fluke the killer had managed it though evident from the dozen or so slashes across the neck some horizontal some vertical
if it wasn't for the unlucky cut of the artery the victim could have been saved.
Further information informed me that Sally was a divorcee and was rather rich after she caught her ex-husband cheating and got a rather large seven figure sum off of him. The most prevalent feature however was the large bruises covering her face, this hinted at domestic violence
however she hadn’t had a relationship since she split from ...