Now, who could it be?
Mama’s lack of presence has raised quite a few flags among our trio. Even with her new insurance, she is just a bit too relaxed. Someone is feeding her everything she needs, and that someone is among the children. A traitor among the children is the worse possible situation for Emma, but it is the reality of the situation. One of the children has been bought out for a prize. Still, preparations for the escape plan must go on. Norman believes they can escape in 10 days time, though they will need some extra assistance. Don and Gilda will be let in on the plan, yet they won’t be getting the full story. In-case one of them is the traitor, they’ve been given baited information. Two sets of ropes have been planted by Norman. Their locations are only known by Norman and Ray. Unfortunately, this is where the problem begins. No one can be trusted if this plan is to work. The locations given to Ray were also bait. When it came time to check the rope locations, it was Ray who had taken the bait.
What this ultimately means for Ray will be seen next week. We’re left off on a cliffhanger, so the results of his actions will have to wait. Nevertheless, Norman has caught him red handed. Trust in him has been shaken, yet I’m sure he won’t be penalized too hard for this. Emma has already solidified her stance on the traitor. Even if one of her family members is a traitor, she will still escape with them. This is a none or all operation, after all. Moreover, Sister Krone has begun to get inside Gilda’s head. Gilda in general has raised some flags of her own, although she’s proved herself so far. When confronted by Sister Krone, she stood her ground. Even if the situation is tearing her up inside, she’ll believe in Emma for now. Anyhow, Ray’s got some explaining to do. Enjoy the double bait!
I’m on this list, and it’s not looking good for me.
You know what they say about snitches… Well, let’s just hope for the best. Check back in next Thursday to learn the traitorous details!