“Cole saw the leaper this afternoon.”
Cynthia gasped. “No. Really?”
Cole looked from one to the other. “What?” he whispered. No one else had reacted to the girl and the baby splattering on the steps in front of the building, which made him think he was the only one to see it, except that odd old man named Lambert. While Cole knew how to distance himself from awful memories, Kenny being aware of what happened really knocked him off-balance.
“Hold on, how’d you know?”
“Easy, man,” Kenny said. “Lambert told me. He’s a seer. He says you’re one, too.”
Cynthia’s jaw dropped. Cole could’ve fit an orange in her mouth, it was so wide.
“Oh my God,” she said after she got over the initial shock. “You can see the spirits who haunt this place.” At her side, Kenny nodded briskly.
“Kenny, let them finish their chores. Out of there,” Dale called from the opposite side of the dining room.
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