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Right now, though, the part that's intriguing me the most is that the doppelganger seems to be a damned polite murderer. I find it highly unlike that all of its assumed forms would 'accidentally' have ironclad alibis. The doppelganger didn't just know the victims, he knew the 'assailants,' too. Hell, he may have known the entire damn town's schedules, although it looks like anyone who reads the local newspaper could come close.
Regardless. A real estate agent, a small town mayor, an electrician, and an incipient juvenile delinquent. This is going to be an interesting case.
- Part 1 of Rebellion in the First Person