The Scene of the Crime

Conventional wisdom claims people return to the scene of their crimes.

Personally, I think it depends on the crime.

Littering? Yes, I’ve returned to the same site over and over where either I or my fellow humans have dropped trash and been too distracted or lazy to pick it up for proper disposal.

Theft? I can imagine a thief returning to a previous site where he was successful. After all, he’s familiar with the geography and hazards. And shouldn’t a new replacement be as easy to fence as an older original?

Murder? Sounds foolish to me. However, sound reasoning doesn’t always enter into the incident.

Would you walk into a murder site? (As a non-criminal.) How would you know? What if????

Anything can happen in a Big Red Barn.

Anything can happen in a Big Red Barn.

http://www.amazon.com/Hiding-Places-Crimson-Romance-Parker-ebook/dp/B00KI2JUQU/ref=sr_1_11?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1439919488&sr=1-11&keywords=hiding+places

 

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