Rescue

Sandra Peterson BannerPreviously: Sandra was screaming at the top her lungs, Sarah was struggling to stand up and Chris was stunned for a moment. 

Zador Ramsey was pulling Sandra towards his car. 

She was kicking and screaming all the way.

Suddenly there was the screeching of tires and feet running towards Ramsey and the girls. 

Will our ladies be saved?

Season Ten—Chapter Four—Sandra Peterson—Episode 11: Larry was out first and headed for Sandra with Mac right behind headed for Ramsey. 

Ramsey saw them coming just as Larry grabbed Sandra.

He jumped in the car and sped away passenger door wide open before Mac could grab him. 

He jumped in the car and sped away

He jumped in the car and sped away passenger door wide open before Mac could grab him.

Wyatt was heading for Chris and Boomer was running for Sarah. 

Sarah was just standing up and seemed unhurt. 

Chris jumped out to get to Sandra. 

Town Marshal Wyatt Earp IV put out an APB on Ramsey’s car, “Dispatch, this is Earp. Put out a BOLO for the following individual: Zador Ramsey, last seen on Historic Highway 61 heading south, last seen driving a red 2013 Mustang 5.0, Minnesota License 357-Mike-Bravo-Sam. He is wanted for attempted kidnapping. I repeat: Zador Ramsey, last seen on Historic Highway 61 heading south, last seen driving a red 2013 Mustang 5.0, Minnesota License 357-Mike-Bravo-Sam. He is wanted for attempted kidnapping.”

Sandra was almost hysterical; she just kept crying and repeating over and over, “Now I will have to run again.” 

Chris shook her a little and said, “You will do no such thing. Tonight you will stay at my place and we will talk again in the morning.  But trust that he will be found, you do not have to go anywhere.”

“I’ll stop home, Chris, and grab my Colt, and Daisy & I will stand watch outside—nobody gets by Daisy’s nose—or my .45,” Boomer offered.

Ramsey was driving as fast as he could, pounding on the steering wheel as he did.  Just outside the city limits he saw a bar that he could park the car around back and have it not be seen from the road. 

He swaggered inside and sat down, the waitress looked like she was talking instead of working.

“Hey bitch waitress,” he snarled, “How ‘bout some service over here.”

“Hey bitch waitress,” he snarled

“Hey bitch waitress,” he snarled

Ruby stopped mid-sentence and went stiff, she knew that name!  

Ruby “Ruby Red” Anderson turned slowly to the sound of Ramsey’s voice, paused a moment to slowly look him up and down.

Her face contorted into a sneer, “Well lookit choo, all fancy in that bomber jacket an’ funny hat. You mus’ be drivin’ that red five-oh ‘Stang out back. This ain’t no place for you, or ain’tcha noticed?”

Zador sneered back, but with just a hint of fear in his voice, “You don’t want to take me on. But since I want no trouble right now I will leave.”

Ruby watched him leave and headed out the back door.

Two other bikers followed her out. 

No one really knows what happened out there and those that did were not talking.

The next morning there was a knock on Chris’ door.

To be continued…

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About Chris Shouse

Blogger and Internet Marketer. I live in the middle of the Mojave Desert. Love helping people obtain freedom in their lives. Both personal and financial .
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3 Responses to Rescue

  1. Jack Boardman says:

    Things seem to be drawing to a conclusion…and cyber-me is grabbing a .45? In the 21st Century? I reckon I’d better “stay-tuned” to this channel! 😐

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Sarah Cooper says:

    Nobody really knows what happened out there, but maybe I have a few guesses … !

    Liked by 2 people

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