By Grant McKenzie
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Sally was excited. ‘This one’s holding something. ’ Hogg moved swiftly around the table to join Sally who was trying to get a better angle on the tiny object with her zoom-enabled camcorder. To the naked eye, the scorched entity beneath the younger victim’s blackened hands was barely discernible. Hogg lowered a magnifying glass from his macabre chandelier of tools to examine the object in closer detail. ‘I think you’re right,’ he said. ‘It is a bear. ’ With scalpel and tweezers, Hogg gently cut the top half of the toy bear from the child’s rigid grasp.
He hated how the heat melted away the fat and shrunk the muscles, scalp and skull into the stuff of nightmares. Even though he knew they were just meat now, the look on what was left of their faces – a dying scream made flesh – sent a chill up his spine. The adult victim was the worst, as a heavy object, possibly a support beam from the collapsing ceiling, had landed on her head. The object had flattened the skull and cracked the eye sockets, but that wasn’t all. The force of the blow had also crushed cheek and nasal bone, shattering the lower jaw and elongating the mouth to disturbing proportions.
You’re not faring too well. Credit card debts, a large interest-only mortgage, furniture bought on one of those don’t-pay-till-Judgement-Day plans. ’ Sam ground his teeth. ’ ‘Maybe you didn’t mean to,’ Hogan jumped in. ‘Maybe you just wanted to collect on the house, but something went wrong . ’ He left the theory hanging there, like live bait. Sam closed his eyes for a moment, attempting to regain control of his emotions. ’ ‘Good point,’ Hogan agreed, still trying to be friends. Sam turned to Preston.
Switch by Grant McKenzie