Foreshadow My Death

Sir John Everett Millais, Ophelia, 1852

A series of inexplicable murders start to appear in an otherwise quiet town. The strange thing about these murders is that a wreath of flowers are always lain near the unfortunate victims. It is first speculated that the murderer places these wreaths after he murders someone as a sickening boasting token. 

However, further evidence reveals that the wreaths are placed before the murders, as a symbol pointing towards the victim saying ‘you will die here right now’. One day a girl is walking home from work and to her horror she sees a wreath of flowers on the path right in front of her. 

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