“So, wewe and your wife are having chajio, chakula cha jioni when the kengele rings and your daughter stands on the doorstep. wewe let her in and for a moment there’s a whole bonding feeling. Then wewe confront her with the accusations against her and she loses her mind. She threatens wewe and runs to her room. wewe call the police, let them in and then hide in the basement with your wife. wewe must’ve heard it when Amber hit the ground. A fall that high is hard not to hear. Didn’t it occur to wewe that she might have been dead? au did wewe just not care?”
Gabe Lindy was sitting in the police office being interrogated kwa Sheriff Liz Forbes. “Are wewe trying to insinuate I don’t care for my daughter, that I didn’t look after her?” he alisema angry. “I tried to protect her”
Liz nodded. “Like wewe tried to protect your other daughter. Didn’t work out that well, did it?”
Gabe’s face stiffened and he relegated on his uncomfortable seat. “I don’t have another daughter. We only have Amber”
Liz nodded again and opened a map in front of her. “Kelsey Lindy, 23, Mystic Falls, Virginia. She works in the local hospital as a nurse. Very nice girl, maarufu too, up until three years zamani when she suddenly disappeared off the planet. Can wewe tell us what happened then?”
“I already alisema I don’t have a daughter besides Amber” Gabe stuck to his story.
“She saved your daughter” Liz said. “When Amber had jumped Kelsey came mbele and took care of her. Unfortunately the deputy that was with them got killed off and the Lindy sisters escaped. We’re not stupid, Mr. Lindy. We know either one au both of your daughters might have the blood of Greg Ferrell on their hands. It was weird enough Amber could still walk after that jump. Ferrell’s neck was snapped and he was drained of blood… So, Mr. Lindy, is Amber still your only daughter?”