Wearing a gray suit, as always, Jonathan Beedle inserted his key in the front door of the Second National Bank and pulled it open, just as he had every morning, Monday through Saturday, for nearly 13 years. As branch manager, he took his duties seriously, opening the bank just before eight and locking up at five. His employees saw him every morning when they arrived and every evening when they left and every Sunday in church. Except the Monday morning when he didn’t show up, the day the police found the bank vault empty and went looking for Jonathan Beedle.
26/4/2019 04:44:25 pm
I love surprises! That was a good one.
26/4/2019 06:50:52 pm
Good one! Bet it isn't "fiction" in some places.
Paritosh Chandra Dugar
27/4/2019 07:37:13 am
One thing is predictable that human behaviour is very unpredictable. This point is beautifully made by the story. Well done!
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