No One Ever Asks To Be The One To Track Down A Kidnap Victim They've Never Met Before Day!
Sometimes you're in the middle of a meeting and your cell phone vibrates and even though you rarely interrupt a meeting to answer your phone, especially when you don't recognize the number on the screen, something makes you answer and so you step away from the table to answer your phone and you hear a woman's urgent whisper say:
You're not Billy and you say as much and that makes her say cursewords. Then she tells you she's in a trunk and she's been kidnapped and she was trying to call Billy but dialed the wrong number. Then she tells you that you have to find Billy.
"They're going to kill me. Probably no matter what, they're going to kill me. But maybe not if you find Billy."
She tells you not to call her back because they don't know she has a cell phone. She'll call you back if she can, she says.
"Billy who?" you say.
She waits, listens, then says, "They're pulling over." You think you might hear the muffled sound of men's voices just before she hangs up.
Sometimes, you answer your phone and you're given no choice. That call that's about to come through is one of those times. You're going to have to find Billy and save the girl. And you're going to hope that Billy is just her brother or her roommate or something because even though she's afraid for her life, she sounds really cute and if you were to rescue her from kidnappers you'd be so in.
Happy No One Ever Asks To Be The One To Track Down A Kidnap Victim They've Never Met Before Day!