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Jesse’s Lost Journal — by Mark Patton

Entry 41, 1982

As I lay in the bed watching Colin sleep, my mind turned back to Grady. I think I may have been confused or mislead about what has happened since his death. I mean think about it, I had no trial. I was locked in a hospital setting that turns out to be a room in some office building. I accept that people were who they said they were because I was chained to a bed.

What I know for a fact: the coach is dead, Ron is dead, the guys at the pool and Mike are dead. Lisa, I may or may not have killed her… her body is gone. What if everything else is lies… perhaps my mother is alive, my father too and they are looking for me.

Has there been a smokescreen around me this entire time? Who made this movie and why? I mean it is very faithful to Nancy Thompson’s diary and I know this all happened for real. So why the movie, if in fact someone is trying to cover this up… maybe they think if they hide it in plain sight it will seem like a fantasy.

I am not certain what to do… so I will do nothing, I will wait and see (I read that in the Art of War… do nothing, watch, be aware).

My next test comes when I see Fred alone we have to talk about the movie, what he knows. I must continue the course I have set with him but if this is all his doing I will make him pay. Until then I must be very careful. I now have Colin to think of and I will not have him meet the same fate as Grady and Mike.

Jesus Christ I am almost 21 and still a virgin and everyone I loves ends up dead. No wonder I like The Smiths so much. Well, the virgin thing has got to end…I guess there is no time like the present. Sorry this is personal.

Goodnight.

Jesse’s Lost Journals

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Jesse's Lost Journals
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