Jacob: We were on the way back after celebrating my birthday. I was not in for the idea as he seemed shifty and suspicious. There was a mental asylum nearby too and you had to be insane to pick someone up on the A12.
Interviewer: What was your first impression of the hitchhiker, Mr Rellik?
Jacob: He seemed suspicious as he had unkempt hair. He had ragged clothes and a scar on his eyes. It made him look like a murderer.
Interviewer: Why did you attack Mr Rellik in the end?
Jacob: I saw him take out a knife out of his pocket. I became scared and anxious for he would attack my family and me.
Interviewer: What happened after you attacked Mr Rellik?
Jacob: Due to the broken door, Mr Rellik rolled out. A truck then ran over him and dislodged his rolled body. Pieces of flesh littered the road. My father then drove me to Fairfield's asylum.
Interviewer: What did the people here in Fairfields tell you about Mr Rellik? Do you believe them? Why?
Jacob: The people told me Mr Rellik was a gardener and I had misheard his name. They also said it was most probably that he was having mud on his hands and was carrying a cigarette casing. I did not believe that as I trusted my senses more than anything.
Interviewer: Could you tell us more about your brother Eddy?
Jacob: He fell onto the train rails suddenly and was ran over by a train. I believed he suffered a heart attack.
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