It was a pleasant spring morning in Cumberland County. Vincent would have been in detention with his brother due to their little prank on the principal. (involving two cartons of eggs, syrup and some feathers from a pillow....Mr. Vaulkner wasn't too happy.) Lucas took full responsibility for it, though he made sure that Vincent owe him one. Vinnie didn't mind however.
"Brother's honor." The brunette would nod giving a boyscout-espue salute.
School had gotten out early so Vincent decided to spend the rest the day hanging out with his friends. He rounded the street corner going down the street that passed by the cemetery.
Vincent looked at the place as he walked by it, wondering if any of those buried were examined by his adoptive mother. That's when he saw a familiar face.
It was Ian Holden.
Vincent was never a fan of Holden. He seemed mean, rude, a jerk to his idol claiming it was his job.
However something was different about the agent. He seem som