There were three of them.
She knew it, but she couldn’t prove it. There were three of them there that night. She only heard two voices… but she knew the third man was there. — Because she knew him & she knew it was a meeting he wouldn’t miss. — She could feel it in the air.
Three days later and now two men are dead… and she can’t prove the third one is responsible… because she can’t prove he was there. Now she has to decide… does she tell someone what she knows? Or should she just keep quiet? Because just like two men are dead & his presence can’t be proven… she would be next, and no one would be able to prove it was him.
But she knows he was there.
She knows there were three of them.
—– Write a story that starts with the line, “There were three of them.” —–
Haha… I tried! This is my second attempt at a little writing challenge fun. — It is a little tougher than I thought it’d be, Lol.
If this story makes absolutely no sense to you…. at least give me some credit for starting AND finishing it with, “there were three of them.” Lol. 🙂