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Wife/Mom, Vanished without a Trace in the middle of the night.

Novel By: JohnCenaFan316
Mystery and crime

Bobbi Jo Walker is a beautiful, attractive, wife and mother, She has dark brown hair, green eyes, married to her high school sweetheart, Peter Walker, they have two children, a 4-year-old son, Andrew Walker, and a 7-year-old son, Philip. the family lived in a house with a white-picket fence around the house, a big front yard, a big backyard, big front porch, a big back porch, a detached two car garage on the outside the fence, in a small town called Arcadia, until something happened to her. View table of contents...



Submitted:Jan 6, 2013    Reads: 13    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

On a clear sunny day in Arcadia, Bobbi Jo Walker was in the kitchen of the house, when she saw her husband, Peter Walker talking to another man, She went out of the house, until the second man saw her.


Hi Honey, This Is Gary Simms, I've just hired him to do some odd jobs around here, Peter said.

Nice to meet you, Mr. Simms, Bobbi said.

Nice to meet you too, Bobbi, Gary replied.


Bobbi went back in the house, while Gary was watching her, He left, and Peter went inside the house.


That Evening, Denise, Peter, Andrew, and Philip was at the house, while in a camping trailer far from Arcadia, Gary Simms was getting some stuff, he got a syringe, he got a small vile of valium, he got a grey duc-tape, he went out of the camping trailer, he got into his mini-van and drove off.


Meanwhile Gary Simms arrived at the street of Bobbi and Peter's House, he parked his mini-van to the curb across from the house, he saw Peter, Andrew, and Philip get out of the house, they got into their car and drove off, Gary Simms drove his mini-van up the drive-way of the house, he got out of the mini-van, he went inside the house.


About an hour later, Gary Simms came out of the front door, he had a heavily-valium-drugged Bobbi Walker on his arm, he took her off the front porch, he opened the sliding back door of the mini-van.


Ok, in you go, that's a girl, Gary said as he carefully laid Bobbi Walker on the floorboard of the mini-van, he slowly moved his hand on her back.


Gary Simms closed the sliding back door, he got back in the driver-seat of the mini-van, and he drove off.



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