Burning House Cap

The morning had become heavy, the traffic was congested as the streets were filled with carbon monoxide and a burning heat exasperated bystanders, one of them: Esther, who was heading to backpack to campus, was not delayed but urged him to leave home, not to enter a direct conversation with his mother, a conversation not to leave: a hello, how are you, the neighbor said, and others. It had taken nearly three days escaped, since that date the disappearance of Julia, was more than apparent, her parents who were worried they had raised their absence in the police station and sought pasted posters, a theme that played Esther’s mother with the strange feeling that her daughter had changed as a result of that. She was concerned and this bothered him, so he repeatedly summoned up courage to talk to her and tell him what happened, but did not know if she would believe it was correct or whether the disappearance of her friend. He had entered the room, to take notice that the transferred student had not attended classes since the fourth day was missing and that I raise a series of conspiracies on the subject: as he had disappeared as Julia, for they were a few months ago in a wave of missing or that results had been diagnosed with a malignant tumor in the head, which explains her constant pain. Something that was of little and great importance to her because I had the idea that Karen, the student was transferred to the monster that attacked her friend and others, but if so, would not have recognized, but had seen die in the hands of a strange character with traits similar to his companion, was undecided.