Ford thinks further on how he is home and the benefits of the memory gun.
Journal page with blacklight revealing green invisible ink that reads.
I still despise this gun for all of the lies and betrayal that its use caused between Fiddleford and I, but it would be a lie for me to say that I am not grateful for its existence in this moment at least.
To move from one type of prison to another would have been a most anticlimactic ending to my story to say the least.
I wonder how these children came to be in possession of it?
Did Fidds give it willingly or was it discarded?
There are too many questions I don’t have answers too.
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