And so—a legend was born

Killers Banner ©JBoardmanPreviously: “How did they do that?”

“I’m guessing they turned onto a side road before we could catch-up, Joey.”

“Okay, our folks are on their way to the motel.”

“Let’s go!”

Fifteen minutes later—the deputies converged on the Notel Motel.

Twenty minutes later, Chris exclaimed, “They’re gone!”

“They’re gone!”

“How did they do that?” Debra asked.

“I have no idea,” Chris replied.

Episode 6—Scene 4… Janine Wilber’s Cabin… Janine Wilbur loved her cabin, but she’d recently married, and was moving to her new home.

Cam Farkleberry, Realtor®, had facilitated the cash sale to Radiant-Dove White Eagle.

Since no one in Moosehead County law enforcement dreamed that the “killer” women would be so brazen, as to buy a home, Cam had no idea this buyer was wanted.

Season 16—Adventure 7—Killers—Episode 7—Scene 1… Donna Drews & Company moved into the cabin—and set-about planning their next escapades.

They had new license plates and registrations for their cars.

Bad Girls plan at their new hide-out ©JBoardmanThey had new license plates and registrations for their cars.

“Okay,” Radiant-Dove White Eagle, began, “We’ll keep our crimes far away from here. Law enforcement in these parts are just too effective for us to be successful over the long-run.”

“I’m down with that,” Kim Swanson agreed, “Duluth?”

“No,” Radiant-Dove White Eagle replied, “Brainerd Lakes region, Brainerd & Bemidji for starters.”

“Why there?” Kim asked.

“Mostly because,” White Eagle replied, “We’ve never worked that area. I figure if we can make a run in that part of the state, we can be there and back here before they figure-out who we are.”

“I sure hope so,” Karen Claus said, “we’ll have to lay-low for a while.”

“Or we could head down from there to Duluth,” White Eagle replied, “That’s a target-rich area.”

“That sounds like a plan,” Donna Drews agreed.

Episode 7—Scene 2… Brainerd, MN… Karen & Amy robbed the bank in Brainerd—They got away clean, and no one was injured.

Karen & Amy rob the bank in Brainerd MN ©JBoardmanThey got away clean, and no one was injured.

After they put some miles away from town, they stopped at a large liquor store and decided to make a withdrawal.

Unfortunately, the clerk reached for a gun under the counter.

He died for his trouble.

And so—a legend was born.

And too—NOW all the local LEOS were out hunting for the two.

Fortunately, no one saw their car.

They got away.

To Be Continued…

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About Jack Boardman

Just a little bit of a Curmudgeon.
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7 Responses to And so—a legend was born

  1. Chris Shouse says:

    “And so—a legend was born.” Yep that is the stuff songs are written about🎵 🎶 just think of all the songs written about “The Boy Bandit King”

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  2. Joseph Jerkovich says:

    Boooo!!! Killers!

    Liked by 1 person

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