Jane’s grandmother just passed away. It was a tragic death. During the funeral, a handsome young man came to pay his last respect to Jane’s grandmother. Jane doesn’t know who man. She has never seen him before but was instantly attracted to him; she just couldn’t take her eyes off this man.
Just as Jane was going to say ‘hi’ to this handsome young man, her sister, Joanne went up to the man and they embraced. Alas, he is her sister’s friend. They seemed close as Joanne cried on his shoulder while he, in turn, gave her all the comfort she needs.
Jane walked away… in rejection.
2 weeks later, Joanne died. She didn’t die of a natural death. Someone murdered her. Based on preliminary investigation, the murderer seems to be someone within the family.
You must be thinking it’s Jane right? Yeah... it’s Jane who did it. But the question is… why? Why did Jane murder her sister?
Some of you might have read this before but for those who haven’t… do you know why? I was told this question was used by the CIA to test the mind of killers during homicide cases.
Have another nice thinking weekend!
P/S: Has anyone beat my record yet?