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Written By: Mallorie Cheves
July 30, 2014
"The way that he looked he at me, holding the barrel of his gun to his head, was almost indescribable," I reported to the interviewer of the local newspaper. "Despite the twelve lives that were lost during the Riverside shooting, he spared me and only me among the others who had died. He acknowledged my presence the way he did with the other twelve students, but somehow saw me as a type of safe haven. I have never seen Corey demonstrate such a look of freedom. It was the first time I had seen him smile, and although I will never see twelve of my classmates again, I doubt that I will ever see a smile so beautiful."
I read the article the following Sunday, but the editor left out the statement about me complimenting Corey's smile. Very typical of editors to do, as well as pathetic.
"Christine" by Stephen King, 1983