Another innocent life stolen by a car crash
On the quiet stretched road of Long island; Myrtle Wilson was pronounced dead at the scene of a car crash which killed her instantly due to the sheer force of the car which hit her. The car was to have driven off after hitting Myrtle Wilson round the corner of the road and wasn’t seen again after the accident. Passersby and also people who witnessed the crash explained how they didn’t see Myrtle run out into the road until they saw the car; it was a shock to all of them.
Myrtle Wilson’s body was wrapped up in two blankets and was placed on the work table at the back by the wall in the garage. Her husband George Wilson was motionless as he stood by the front of the garage with a pale white face and no expression. A man named Michaelis runs the coffee joint beside the ashheaps and was a key witness at the inquest he informs us about the accident and also what happened before. “I don’t think George and Myrtles marriage was running smoothly, they had their ups and downs but I never saw them together. I would see Myrtle leaving the house at different times of the day and night; I don’t know where she was going but she away’s had a smile on her face, but George was left at the garage dealing with work and fixing cars as usual. She didn’t seem to care what was happening with George. In my opinion I would say she was being unfaithful to George but that’s what I think, and for all I know I could be completely wrong but im not here to judge their marriage or the two of them as individuals. Before the crash happened, I was with George and he wasn’t himself. He looked like death had just hit him. He explained how he had Myrtle locked up in the room by herself and was going to take her away somewhere, where they could be together just them two together. I decided to leave him be by himself but as I left the garage I could hear screaming from upstairs “Beat me, throw me down and beat me, you dirty little coward”... [continues]
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