At 6:00 am I was in the Computer Room finishing up some last minute email
when I heard what I took to be a knock on the front door. I walked to my
roommate's (Rob) room.
“Rob, did you hear anything?”
Rob turned around. “No,” he said and went back to reading
I could have sworn I heard something, after all, I was expecting Agent
Johnsen to show up around this time. I walked to the front door and opened
it just as Agent Johnsen was raising his hand to knock. “Oh,”
he said. “You must have seen me.”
“Uh, no. I heard a knock,” I said.
“Now don't you get started with me! There is nothing strange going
on here!” he said, pacing about the living room. “This is
not the Blair Witch Project!”
I decided to leave it at that. “Can you wait a few moments? I
need to finish up some email,” I said. Agent Johnsen nodded. I
walked back into the Computer Room and finished up the email.
We then proceeded to transfer Agent Johnsen's luggage to my vehicle
whereupon we proceeded north to Boca Raton and ate breakfast at Tom
Swayer's. By 7:00 am we were on I-95 north.
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