After a rare day out, allowing Crane and Abbie to relax and bond more personally while contemplating democratization trough baseball, he is abducted while returning home. The sisters make out that a vision warning from Katrina about a 'sin eater' in order to stop the apocalyptic rider of death refers to a living person, Henry Parrish, but he retired as the work drains him completely. Crane meanwhile discusses his moral dilemma when ordered to execute an escaped slave and pamphleteer with his Free Mason abductors, who appeal to his courage again to stop Death by suicide. Written by
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In the cemetery, one of the grave markers is a cross with a star of David (aka "Jewish Star") carved into it. Since the cross is a symbol of Christianity, it's highly unlikely anyone would use such a marker combined with a Jewish symbol to mark a grave. See more
[about his past-reading abilities
I don't do it anymore. even if I explained, you wouldn't understand.
Lt. Abbie Mills
Imagine you had a pair of glasses into their hearts. Seen what they've done. The parts that are locked down so deep, even they're afraid to see. But you see them and you carried them. Until the only person you can't see anymore... is yourself. If I didn't stop, I would have disappeared completely.
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