A husband murdered over metal gates (Rousse)

TPR and I left the theatre after enjoying a play that starred Mathew Baynton (Thomas Thorne in Ghosts).

On our way back to the station, we took a short cut through a multistorey car park. To enter it just as it was closing was a huge mistake. Massive metal gates came down and trapped us in a large concrete construction that no phone signal could pentrate.

TPR wondered whether he could force open the metal gates. He gave it a go and managed to create a space just large enough to squeeze through and seek help. However, he never returned.

The next day a librarian approached me with a book of poetry in her hand. ‘Your husband is dead’, she said. A bunch of builders had murdered him because he destroyed their handiwork.

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