I can't tell you Dave. I just can't it is too nasty.
The camera pans out to see the entire house of Mrs Strangeworth's. Her house is a small but at the same time cute with a large lawn and lushes green grass, the most red roses you will ever see sitting in the front lawn, and two bushes on the sides of the house. The wind was whistling as she holds the letters and walks to the post office.
The camera pans out as Mrs Strangeworth nears the post office. Cars are roaring as they race the roads beside her. The streets are completely empty not a person in sight as night starts to arrive.
Catch old lady Strangeworth sending anbody a cheque
The camera angles switches as Mrs Strangeworth walks up the hall of the post office. Dave Harris and his best friend Linda Stewart, who was crying again, are talking about a strange letter that her father got in the mail about them fooling around. Mrs Strangeworth is wearing a sly smile as she can hear them talk
Mrs Strangeworth goes past the two teens and puts the two letters into the outgoing mail slot, but one falls out and hits the floor as Mrs Strangeworth with her old ears didn’t hear it hit the ground.
The camera focuses on the fallen letter as a shadow crawls over it. Mrs Strangeworth has now left the post office. Dave and Linda had noticed the fallen letter and read the name on the front of it Don Crane. Dave had began to think it was something important like a cheque, but Linda thought otherwise as Mrs Stangeworth was not the kind to send cheques.
Linda and Dave arrive at the Cranes house as the lights are out. They walk up the path that leads to the door. The house is has a blue outside and is one of the biggest in the neighborhood. The grass is luscious and there aren’t any trees or gardens in the front. A mailbox stands outside the house with brand new dirt which means it had been added recently.