Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Interview with the deceased Ian Rellik

Interviewer:Do you mind telling us why you were hitching a ride on that fateful day?

Ian Rellik: That very day I was heading back home after doing gardening at a couple of houses out side Lowestoff. However, with all that driving, the petrol in my car quickly depleted, causing my car to break down. I had intended to take the train but als, the train station was closed that day. So, I could only resort to looking for passing cars to hitchhike.

Interviewer:What happened when you boarded the car?

Ian Rellik:When the car finally stopped, I expected the passengers to treat me warmly, having stopped after I had pulled out the hitchhiker sign. However, after asking for my destination, only the driver engaged in a conversation with me while the other two ignored me. Of the two was a young teenager who kept glancing at me suspiciously.

Interviewer:What was your first impression of the family who gave you the car ride?

Ian Rellik: I felt that the family did not have many similarities as while one treated my warmly, another ignored me and the last suspected me. Thus, I felt that this family wasn’t entirely keen on stopping.

Interviewer:What was your impression of the boy who was sitting at the back of the car?What makes you say so?

Ian Rellik:I felt that the boy at the back of the car was a bit weird. I can take a few suspicious glances from him but whenever I turned around to look at him, or to even wish him a happy birthday, he always held that shocked, wary and enadangered face.

Interviewer:How did the boy attack you and what happened after that?

Ian Rellik:For most of the ride, I thought that the boy was just a bit nutty so I decided to make sure that the boy would no do anything to endanger the ride for I felt that I was partly the reason why the boy was acting so strangely. Just as I was about to entertain myself with a shiny yoyo in my pocket, I was kicked out of the car bu the boy, only to be flung around in pain till a tractor trailer ended it.

Interviwer?Did you see your own body after the death?How did you feel about your unfortunate death?

Ian Rellik: I merely saw my own body for a few seconds, milliseconds after I had died, before my body became mincemeat. I felt that my death was a regrettable one as I have not fulfilled my dreams before my death. I was merely unlucky to meet a loony in a car ride.

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