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Over the Edge Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16, 17 Summary

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Chapter 16, 17 Summary

In chapter sixteen, Dr. Sarita Flowers sets up a meeting between Alex and the four other young people in project 160. They tell him that Jamey distanced himself from them and that they know very little about him. The only one Jamey has talked to is Gary, who is no longer in the program. Alex asks them if they observed any odd behavior and they say they saw him talking to himself and mumbling about strange things like glass canyons. They feel Jamey may be doing drugs because Gary is heavily into drugs; however, they never saw Jamey take anything.

At the end of the conversation, Jennifer questions the validity of Jamey's diagnosis because she has done some research on schizophrenics as well and agrees that typically schizophrenics do not perform serial murders. Alex feels the same as he has all along, and they end their conversation intrigued...

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