A young woman, casually dressed, with a backpack, rides the subway. She notices two unsavory men watching her: a stocky African-American, seated, wearing a watch cap, chewing on a toothpick; the other, standing by the middle exit, thin and unshaven, Middle-Eastern. The other occupants in the car give her some safety, but when all of them leave except one man in a tie, she's visibly nervous. At the next stop, she must act. Is she truly being stalked, and, if so, can she reach a safe haven before she's mugged or worse? As Anais Nin writes, "We don't see things as they are. We see things as we are." Written by
What are you afraid of?