Today your paradigm will be shifted - Part VII:
A few days later Maggie and Bernadette were sitting on the sofa in the living-room, both having a photo-album on their labs.
"That's you and dad in Cuba, right?" Maggie was showing her mother the picture. "Yes. You see my belly? That's you."
"Maybe that's why I can dance that good, mom."
Bernadatte was grabbing her amulett she always wore as a necklett. She opened it and unfolded a piece of paper.
"Maggie, you're old and mature enough now. Here is something I would like to show you", she said while giving Maggie the piece of paper. Maggie
Bernadette, my Love,
please relax, because what you will read now will be pretty disturbing for you. As you know, I'm after that story almost my whole life and now I know
what it is all about. They talked to me and admitted it. They want me to work for them and I said yes. I had to. I had no choise. They threatened to
kill you, Maggie, my partents, my friends and my siblings. And they also showed my how they do it. Nobody would find out that they were murdered by
us, they said. And yes, after I swáw what they had in store, I knew I had no choise but working for them.
Now, the only way to prevent that they kill all my loved ones is my death. That's why I will disappear by faking my death and you must help me making
it look real. They are no stupids, Babe. They will observe you, Maggie and everybody I had contact with for the rest of your lives, in case I will
show up one time, when they think I faked my death.
Don't worry. I know where to go. I have friends in India. I have a british pass-port already.
We will never see each other again, Bernadette. You knew what you were getting yourself into by becoming my wife, right?
Don't try to find me, EVER, please. It would kill all of us. Okay?
You know that I had no choise, do you? What is left for me to say is: I never met a woman even remotely like you. Not in this life-time nor in
See you there!
P.S.: Destroy this letter, Bernadette! Don't be sentimental! Destroy it NOW!
Maggie started to cry. Bernadette took her in her arms and wispered into her ear, "you promise not to tell anybody EVER?" Maggie looked her mother
into the eyes and nodded. "Thanks, mom. You can trust me. I'm an adult."
edit on 14-4-2016 by Willingly because: typo