When Eileen woke up after going to sleep that night, she found that she was in a different room. The last three months, the guys had kept her in the same room, taking her out and always returning her to the same room, but now she was in a different room. And she wasn't alone either. There was another girl in the room with her, who looked like she was going to pop any day now.

"Oh, good. You're awake." The girl said.

Eileen observed that the girl appeared to be a bit older than her.

"Yeah. Who are you?"

She smiled, "My name's Charity."

"My name's Eileen."

Charity gave a nod, "Yeah. I know."

"How do you know?"

"You were all he talked about for months."

Eileen let out a breath, "Oh...so..." She gestured to Charity's baby bump, "Is this your first?"

Charity shook her head, "No. I have a four year old son."

"How old are you?"

Eileen furrowed her eyebrows, confused. Charity didn't look old enough to have a four year old.

"I'm sixteen." Charity replied, "And you?"

Eileen had been right, Charity didn't look old enough to have a four year old and she wasn't.

"Almost fourteen." She changed the topic, "How far along are you?"

Charity hummed, "Hmm...eight...no, almost eight months. I think. It's hard to keep track. You?"

"Three months."

Charity nodded, "Don't be scared or nervous. He won't do anything to hurt you. That baby inside of you is his holy grail."

"Is he gonna let me keep it?"

Charity shrugged, "I don't know. He wants that baby."

"I do too." Eileen admitted

As much as she didn't want to be a mother, Eileen was growing more attached to the baby that was growing inside her everyday. Feeling that little baby moving around inside of her, how could she not get attached? It was only natural. It was a natural maternal instinct that she always knew she had, but she didn't know that she could feel so strongly.

"That's understandable." Charity agreed

Meanwhile with John at the FBI Bureau, he was investigating the case of Eileen Miller with the other agents as well as Diana and the other kids. They found a piece of evidence that linked the abduction of Eileen to that of Diana and the other kids. And it didn't connect to Neil Palino, but rather...Coraline Miller.

John sighed. He knew that they had to call her back in for questioning. The evidence they had made Coraline not only look guilty, but also complicit in the crimes.

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Sorry it's so short.

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