By Michelle Saint-Germain Weidenbenner and Lisa M Buske
"A man enters a convenience store early Easter Sunday, April 3, 1994, in the small town of New Haven, NY. He wants to pay for his purchase, but no one is at the register to take his money. “Hello?” There’s no answer. He writes a note, leaves the money, and drives off.
Several other customers come into the store and search for the cashier. There isn’t one.
Lisa is asleep a few blocks away. The phone rings. She wakes from a dream and reaches for her cell. Heidi’s missing. "
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