Chain Letter - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

In the epilogue, we see new neighbors moving into the house next to Alison's on the previously uninhabited tract of houses. Tony is helping the new neighbor, Mr. Hague, move his heavy belongings into the new house. The house happens also to be the same one Neil inhabited during his crazed days as the Caretaker.

Alison tells Tony about the various excuses each member of the group made upon their return. Fran claimed to have been kidnapped by a deaf and dumb old man who forced her to draw obscene pictures of him all day. She said she escaped when the man wasn't listening. Kipp made up an even more outlandish story, claiming to have been taken by three beautiful girls who drove him around in a van for two weeks performing all kinds of outrageous acts on his body. Tony and Alison...

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