Night Shift - The Boogeyman Summary & Analysis

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The Boogeyman Summary

Lester Billings is at his first appointment with a psychiatrist, telling him that he believes he killed his three children. Billings tells the psychiatrist that he has been happily married for more than ten years. Billings's first child was born a year after his marriage and his second child came the following year. When Billings's first child was three, the child grew afraid of the dark, complaining about a monster in his closet. Billings did not believe his child. One night, the child seemed more afraid than before, insistent on sleeping with his parents. Billings did not want his son to grow up without courage, so he forced him to sleep in the room. The following morning, Billings's wife found the child dead. The coroner said the child died from crib death. Billings and his wife were heartbroken, but they went...

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