Jacksons Secret Essay

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It has been nearly two months since Jackson Littlewood was found dead in the local park in Cleveland, Ohio. They know every little detail about his death apart from who violently stabbed a knife into his chest and dragged him into the trees. I will admit though, it must be incredibly difficult to work out who killed Jackson Littlewood in a town full of people who hate Jackson Littlewood, but surely it isn’t entirely impossible. The police narrowed it down to four people. Jacksons’ girlfriend, his ‘friend’ and his parents. I think it was his parents, I mean, they didn’t even looked phased by the fact their son had been stabbed to death and left to rot into the ground. It’s almost as though ...view middle of the document...

Anita and James are just one self-absorbed exterior after the other. They never were nice to Jackson, probably because he was never nice to them. The yelling that came from their house at night was almost enough for my mum to call the police and complain about their domestic disturbance. I decide to skip the list, and step two and jump straight on into step three. Information gathering.

I decided there wasn’t any point in doing any internet searches on them, I know enough to get me started. They live next door, they hated their son and they had screaming contests every night of the week. I shoved a couple of pillows under my bed to make it look like I was still in my room and jumped out of my window into the yard. Slowly making my way into the yard of the Littlewoods. A few lights are on, but I can’t see anything through the thick curtains. I decide to go and look around the shed while I wait for the lights to go out. Sneaking in is always easier in the dark. The shed door is already opened a little, so that leaves less opportunity to leave fingerprints lying around. I grab the flashlight from my back pocket and flick it on. Walking into the shed, I expect to find typical shed items. But instead, it is completely empty. How, the next thing happened...

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