smiles....you gotta figure they would catch on at some point it is not good to return to the scene of the crime....smiles...nice short...the guilt def seems to draw them back...
Ooh, I like this. Short and spot on. Great print.
Ooh, I like a dark tale ... particularly when brief, leaving much to the imagination.
This is nice and dark...think he would learn not to return!HugsSueAnn
Aha! Hidden secrets? :)
Awesome! Well done, Gail! :o)
Maybe his number will be up soon...
The guilty always return to the scene of the crime, whether they are a part of the curious onlookers that always gather, or parked in a car watching - gives em that extra thrill of what they did. Just watch any CSI show. he,heNicely done Gail - short, to the point and impact - all in one.
Quite a story you told, in a few short words...
before i read yours, i came up with what i thought when i looked at this pic. it says a lot about meAs the bobby stood staring into the water, he thought how can I call this in, that looks like a body floating down there. If i leave, will it float away? and i am the only one here. Leave or stay that is the question
short and concise!
Enigmatic, this...lots of stories lurking...
Uh-oh!They always return to the scene of the crime, don't they?Nice air of mystery around this one, Gail.=)
because where else would you go if it's what you know?nice job of framing the who and where and why.nice to meet you :^)xokj
They always go back dont they ?, on csi anyway
A sinister interpretation of this week's prompt, an unusual twist.
Oh no...I may not sleep well tonight! A mystery is on it's way!
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