Cat and Mouse - Part One: Train Station Murders, Chapters 6-12 Summary & Analysis

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Part One: Train Station Murders, Chapters 6-12 Summary

Soneji walks into Union Station with the confidence of a man who knows exactly what he is about to do. Soneji revels in the crowded station as he walks toward the balcony area. Soneji lets himself into a little room that looks out over the lobby, all the while singing under his breath. In the little room, Soneji unpacks his gear. Soneji has a tripod, a rifle, and an electronic trigger he customized himself. As Soneji prepares his equipment, he thinks about the crimes of the century he has been fascinated with his entire life. One of these crimes includes those of Charles Whitman. Charles Whitman climbed a tower at the University of Texas and shot the students as they made their way to class. This is what Soneji plans to do now in Union...

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