Friday 19th February
At seven the following day there was a knock on the door. Jasmine got up still in her black dress from the day before. She opened the door and a small petite woman courier stood there holding a large brown envelope.
Jasmine responded half awake "Yes."
She signed for it and closed the door and ripped open the envelope and looked at the note.
Dukes Hall, Penrith, 9.30 pm, Friday 19th Feb 1982.
Jasmine scanned the front and back of the note and their was no indication of who had sent it and wondered if this was a ploy. However she knew that her own investigations had led to nothing and found it more than coincidental that a letter would come through for her.
Jasmine looked at the note and she looked to a calender on a nearby wall. Today was the 19th. She got out a road atlas of Europe and she saw on the map that Penrith was a city in the North of England.
Jasmine looked inside the envelope and it contained two tickets. One for a flight to Heathrow airport and a train ticket to catch a train from London Euston to Penrith. The plane would be leaving at nine thirty. She looked to the clock and it was coming up to seven fifteen.
Her eyes narrowed unsure of who the message was sent from. She knew it could be a trap or an opportunity but she was willing to take a chance and set about packing and left her apartment still wearing the clothes from the day before.
Outside there was an overcast sky and a frosty two degrees celsius. When Jasmine arrived at Charles De Gaulle airport an hour later she was waved through. Jasmine knew she was getting specialist treatment but she was unsure why.
The plane left just after nine thirty on time and the plane touched down at eleven o'clock at Heathrow airport where a waiting car drove her to Euston train station. The train left after twelve pm and it headed quickly to Penrith. Her whole journey had been preplanned and arranged by who she didn't know. She tried to ask the driver who picked her up from Heathrow and was told by the driver that he didn't know. Jasmine was suspicious.