While Rat was informing the story about Mary Anne Bell, what was Mitchell Sanders believing? Did he think the story? Was he sceptical? Here is an introduction of exactly what he was thinking while listening to Rat’s story, and his opinion worrying particular aspects. As quickly as Rat began informing me about that person Mark Fossie who shipped his lady over to Vietnam to hang out with him, I couldn’t think it. He says he saw the whole thing, and that he was there when whatever occurred, however I question it; Rat is the kind of person who would lie to get his story more intriguing.
But anyways, I concurred for him to tell me the story although I was very sceptical about the whole thing. It practically seemed like he was tricking me. So I crossed my arms, and let him entertain me with his anecdote. Although Rat’s source was Fossie himself, the story seemed so over the top, Mary Anne arriving as such a sweet girl just out of high school and ending up being “one with the nature” in the end. It is overwhelming how individuals can change depending upon the environment they are put in, I believed. I had to stop Rat when, since he was absolutely trashing the tone of the story.
He had no constant sound! He still had the ability to keep my attention until completion, mainly since I was so nervous to hear what he was going to toss at me as a conclusion understanding his details was thirdhand. I was getting pretty impatient and obviously, when Rat concerned tell the end of the story, it was not what I had actually expected. Never would I have believed an easy girl might have changed into a completely different person; one all set for the kill. The story wasn’t ethical and there was no point to it. That’s what made it appear so real.