You get yourself into a terrible situation and end up killing a man in a fight. No one knows what you’ve done, and you retreat to your parents’ house to try and figure out what to do. In your old room, you absentmindedly pick up a stack of baseball cards until one stops you in your tracks—the man you just killed is in the stands behind home plate, and he’s pointing at you.
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