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Tamiko-fied thoughts

My cousin told me about a guy he knew back in the day that went out to run an errand and wasn’t heard from for 20 years. When he did connect, he was 1200 miles away from home. Why? My cousin had no clue. Of course Tamiko-fied reality filled in the blanks:

1.  He had been stalking an ex and found the perfect opportunity to kidnap her.  He held her hostage for 20 years until she was able to escape.  Unfortunately, she had to leave her three children born in captivity behind.  He was apprehended while trying to flee with the children.

Or maybe...

2. He walked into a convenience store as it was being robbed.  Clerk thought he was the lookout. He was on parole and didn’t think the cops would believe he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time so he fled.

Or maybe...

The story will be told in a future novel...

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