Alternate ending of To Kill a Mocking Bird

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  • Come on Scout! I can still see him behind us!
  • They got away... this time...
  • Hurry up Scout! We don't have time for you being slow!
  • Just give me a second! It's not like he's behind us anyway.
  • Jem and Scout are walking home from the play at their school. Jem catches someone out of the corner of his eye. After stopping to get a better look, he realized that it was Mr. Ewel. Jem grabs Scout's hand and starts running, with Scout barely keeping up.
  • This is the final straw. I thought I wouldn't have to do it, but I'm going to call the Sheriff.
  • In his drunken state, Mr. Ewel knocked over a trash can and fell to the ground. He used a bench to hold himself up and noticed that Jem and Scout were long gone. He dropped his knife on the ground and went back home.
  • Jem and Scout made it home after a lot of running. Jem still had a feeling that Mr. Ewel was waiting to strike, and told Scout to hurry inside. Jem was not going to take any chances when it came to Mr. Ewel.
  • On your knees Mr. Ewel! You are under arrest!
  • Scout took her ham costume off and went with Jim to Atticus' room. Jem told Atticus about how Mr. Ewel was after him and Scout, and how they lost him in town. Atticus didn't take this lightly, and called Eula May to have him connected to Heck Tate.
  • Heck answered the phone and listened to Atticus. They both agreed that things like this have gone on long enough. Heck hanged up the phone and got badge and rifle.
  • Heck left his house and went to Mr. Ewel's place. He opened the door of the shack Ewel lived in. Ewel, who was a little sobered up, decided it would be best to comply and Heck arrested him. Heck took Ewel to the jail house and locked him in a cell.
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