The Germantown Mystery

Rustling came from the woods adjacent to the creek bed as a white wolf appeared.  The wolf looked at Piotr and growled.  Sharp teeth were visible in the mouth of the animal.  But Piotr didn’t run.  Instead, he stood his ground and spoke to the animal.

“Janek, it’s me Piotr.  I have come to talk to you.”

The animal stopped growling but continued to look menacingly at Piotr.  The animal’s eyes looked intently at the young man.

“I know that you have been killing the young boys along this creek.  I know you are doing it out of frustration and revenge over your life being taken so young.  But this has to stop.  They are innocent and don’t deserve this.  Just as you never deserved to die.”

The wolf growled again but much less intensively.  The animal looked away from Piotr as if it were unwilling to look into his eyes.  Piotr eyes were fixated on the wolf as he continued his one sided dialogue.

“If you don’t let go of this anger, you will never have peace. You are better than this.  Mom and dad mourned you for years before they died.  I have too.”





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