Soul Catcher - Section 3 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3 Summary

This section begins with the phrase, "From a wire story, Seattle dateline."

David's mother arrives at the camp shaking with fear. The action flashes back to the morning he left for camp, when she was irritated with him for carrying the knife around the house and wanting to take it with him. They argued over the knife and David convinced her that his father had shown him to use it properly. The morning David left for Washington State, his father left for Washington, D.C. to take a position at the State Department.

In present time, Agent Hosbig of the FBI describes what he believes to be the mentally deranged state of Charles. He is not certain whether Charles is actually deranged or is only pretending to be.

Upon arrival at camp, Charles watches a cabin of boys asleep. He is worried because...

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