Jack scanned a news report from the previous day. “Estella Rowan, a 63-year old adult entertainer, was reported missing yesterday by her employer after she failed to log in at work for her shift that evening.” Jack felt a slight chill as she realized that the evening in question was the night of the Brugges robbery. The reports were not connecting the events – surely Brugges had its share of crime and what would a prostitute have to do with a theft of electronic parts? Jack connected the events, though.
The theft had occurred only three quarters of an hour after Rowan’s system had been accessed. Jack had to try and find Rowan, who might be able to lead her to the people who had contacted the missing woman just before the heist.
- low level format by Bjorn Fogelberg
- some sonics provided by The Freesound Project
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Jon Schlueter says
Great Episode, and now you have me wondering who we are following with the blanking out and hardware problems. You have me hooked, please keep it coming before I go crazy with anticipation
Yes, what Jon said. That, and this has been getting me through one of the more tedious and mind-numbing temp assignments I’ve had in quite some time. It’s actually become my afternoon listening material to keep me focused. Fantastic is what it is. Is there any chance of seeing Beautiful Red becoming available in hard-copy at some point? (I’d love to have it in my collection.)
Ah, the $62,000 question. I’m debating about self publishing via lulu.com, but I’m not sure how much of a market there would be. I’ll keep everyone posted if I do go ahead and make a print copy available.
Once the audio run is over, I plan on making the text available on the site for download, too.
I finally got to catch up on the last two episodes and your latest log. Congratulations! It’s wonderful to hear about the wonderful response you are getting! You and Beautiful Red deserve it.
Excellent, I’ll be sure to stay tuned for any news, then. Thanks!