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Preserved Head May MacDonald

Preserved Head

May MacDonald

Published January 16th 2016
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It is not only international news freelancers who are plunged into danger covering stories such as ISIS. Even events that are considered a part of our normal routine could sometimes spiral into an unexpected nightmare.The moment Lanai JacksonMoreIt is not only international news freelancers who are plunged into danger covering stories such as ISIS. Even events that are considered a part of our normal routine could sometimes spiral into an unexpected nightmare.The moment Lanai Jackson reported to her new job the CTV program director gave her and photographer, David Tossinado, a new project called ‘I love Vancouver!’ The team had no idea this popular program would lead them into the most unbelievable, horrendous experience of their lives.It all started when Lanai Jackson received an invitation from the Youth Talent Charity Foundation. The foundation was a well-known charity that helped, fostered, and encouraged young elite to develop their talents, and to achieve their greatest potential. As it turned out, it was also the darkest, depraved, secret banquet hall of dope and sex.While investigating the disappearance of Senator Victor van Wick’s daughter, detectives from Vancouver Eastern District’s police station unexpectedly discovered a frightening and terrifying multiple-murder scene.Prostitutes from the streets of Vancouver’s downtown Eastside were lured with promises of money, and never ending highs to participate in a gigantic carnival of illicit drugs and sex in the basement of the Youth Talent Charity.Over the years some of those women disappeared with no public awareness. Today, those missing sex trade women reappeared. Not the entire person, but instead, their preserved heads were found.Some people say that humans are born as angels, while others say humans are twisted and evil the moment they are created. Is the dark angel, a millionaire in this story, a demon or a saint? Only you can decide after reading the story.At the end of the novel, the human misfit was eliminated, as we would like to expect in a perfect society. But, in reality, could we just as simply delete the complications and confusion in our world?Think again . . . .