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A s p e r s I o n S

Once upon a time, a group of 28 people went for a class

trip to a luxuries island by a ship, and the group had one teacher

and in the teacher’s care are 27 students. Suddenly, a ship filled

with 28 people had got stuck and wrecked on an island. 27

people survived the shipwrecked, and the people are frightened

from the darkness of the island, but to survive they must hunt for

food, and shelter before predators will hunt them down. Sugus

was understood by other 26 people as who made the ship broke

down in the middle of the sea by accidentally bomb up the ship’s engine and within this accident, one

person had died from the explosion. “Sugus! You wrecked the ship on purpose, aren’t you!?” Riew

said. Sugus denied and speaks for himself, “I didn’t do it on purpose, the explosion was an accident,

also why would I want to bomb the ship and in exchange Sherry, my girlfriend would die from it. You

know how much I love her!”, Sugus fell into tears.

They argued together for minutes, until Mr. David Wang, the oldest among the people, came

in to stop them. “This is not a time to fight, you should now be doing anything to survive, not to die in

the middle of nowhere!” Mr. Wang said, turning his back on them walking front to the forest for food

and shelter. 25 people follow Mr. Wang, leaving Sugus

and Riew behind, both look into each other's eyes, then

run for the 26 people, which they are ahead of them.

cave walls have paintings and they are horrific, some of

the pictures were drawn to explain the death of women’s

who had a long time ago lived on the island, beside the

picture is scratch of counting days they had been stuck on

the island, and below are messages written in English “Hurry,

“DEATH”

leave the island, otherwise you will face . The

scribble had faded and the sentence after the message wasn’t

readable, but the message is enough the give fear to the women.

The screams of terror can be heard by the animals around the

cave, the birds flap their wings, leaving the place alone.

have no choice, the sky had already blackened, and if we go out

now, we might become a prey for the night hunters.” By half an

hour, the girls gather their mental together and clumped up with

the men, around the campfire. They kept themselves under the warmth of the fire, discussing that

everyone will get into pairs, to look out for the mouth of the cave, each partner time is given and they

will know about the time by using their phones which had been saved from the ocean water. They lay

their bags and search for weapons and objects usable. All they can gather are three knives, a lighter,

two solar rechargeable flashlights, a compass, hiking ropes, seven pairs of hiking gloves, phone

chargers and power banks, three cups, simple tools, thermometers, watches, a notebook, and lastly a

calculator.

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Everyone concurrently titled their head to the oldest person in the group, Mr. Wang the owner

of the calculator. “Mr. Wang! I know you love Maths but it is your free-time aren’t you supposed to

be having fun with the trip!” Ja asked, but Mr. Wang was careless, he gave a shrugged and walked

away into the quietness of the night. Oom claps her hands, calling the attention of the group, and

speaks “Okay. Let’s do our work. We have about eight hours before the sunrise. The first partner

steady at your position and the rest go to sleep.” Within fifteen to twenty minutes, all of the people get

into their night dreams, waiting for the sun to rise, so they could get out of this terrifying cave.

In the morning, everyone packed their belongings into their bags, a scatter around the island

in pairs for food and to find help, but one person will be going on his or her own because of the odd

number of people. People fight to get into pairs, leaving Somchai out alone. “Somchai, I believe that

you might have to go on your own” Eve said. Other people who got their pairs quickly walk away

from the spot into the deep forest of the island. Somchai digs his nails into the flesh of his hands, the

strong smell of blood, the scent could be sensed by the owner of the bleeding hands.

Somchai walks into the cluster tree, following no one's path without knowing that his choice

will be the cause of his death.

“ DEAD ”

Both, Popui and Tee were frightened by the view in front of them. The sun is above their head

but that wouldn’t help them to heat themselves up, even worse the surroundings shake their bodies,

the cold from fear enter their heart and drop the speed of flowing blood within the bodies, and their

minds were emptied. Unexpectedly, the high pitch of a woman’s voice widen from the spot, Tee went

to calm Popui down. Popui couldn’t stop mumbling to herself, her eyes widen and her mouth expands

the scream of terror. Ahead of her is the corpse of Somchai, his body is covered in blood that starts to

harden, but the scent of blood scattered around, beside his body was a knife.

Tee heard beside Popui’s scream is the hard footsteps of a crowd of people. “What

happened!” the first person who arrived ask. Popui points her finger to the dead body in front of her.

“Somchai… h-he is d-dead.” Her voice shivers as like her body.

Out of nowhere, Teak take out a thermometer out of his bag and goes towards the corpse.

“What are you doing?!” Tee yells at him. “I am keeping the records, I might not be an expert in this

but at least this might help the police- I mean if we could get out from this island to investigate for the

murderer and time of death.” Teak answer, he paused for a deep breath and continues “I had a friend,

he’s a cop’s son. He had told me once that the body temperature at the time corpse was found could

determine the time of the death of the victim.” he stops and forwardly check the temperature. Mr.

Wang steps behind Teak and tells “The time is exactly 1 P.M.”

“Thank you” replied by Teak. In his hand, the thermometer shows the 96.1 degrees

Fahrenheit. “Does anyone know the temperature of the air here? It will be great if you have the record

starting from the time we arrived at the island.” Teak asks the crowd. “I had a record on my phone,”

Angie calls out. “Can I take a look at it, please?”. “Sure.” handling her phone in care to Teak.

On Angie’s phone appears a chart of the temperature of the island from the beginning of time

they arrive the island until now, each record has an hour gap in between but the numbers are very

precise, each of this had an average constant temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit. “In an hour, I will

come back to check his body temperature”.

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“Teak, how can we find the murderer from the body temperature and the air temperature of

the island?” Riew question with a careworn and pale appearance. “As I had said, I am not an expert,

but from what I remembered from my friend, he said if I got in to find a corpse, note down the time

the body was found and the temperature of the atmosphere, and it would help the police’s

investigation, but for how they find the time of death I have no knowledge on this.” Teak longly

speaks. He folds the paper with the scribbles into his shirt’s pocket.

“Why do we even have to investigate the crime when obviously we could see that Sugus was

the murderer!” Riew speaks out.

“Riew!! Don’t say any nonsense if you don’t have any evidence!” Tee calls fairness for

Sugus.

“First, he had killed Sherry by the explosion, which that’s not all! The ship also sinks because

of him! He is trying to kill us all, wasn’t he!? And isn’t that enough to say that he also murder

Somchai!” Riew clarifies.

Tee could not say anything. It is true that Sugus had become the major suspect for this crime

but still he believes that his friend would not kill Somchai for no reason, even better Somchai is Sugus

best friend for over ten years. It is impossible that he will cruelly kill Somchai and Sherry. Everyone,

except Mr. Wang and Teak gave a disgust look on Tee and Sugus, they didn’t hide any feelings.

reasonable speech “Even though Sugus is the suspect and it

is because of the situation he get stuck into, which make him

get to be the suspect. It might not be him and we have no

right to say that he or she is the murder. We are not a police

or an investigator, we shouldn’t be saying that someone or

anyone was the murder, also we have only a few hours

before the sunset, we are supposed to be gathering for food

and finding shelter.”. No one is able to deny Mr. Wang’s

reasons. “But if you are afraid of Sugus killing the next

victim, then I promise to take him with me.” Mr. Wang

assures everyone.

Tee pressed his lips together, signing that he’s not sure of what he is going to be saying, his

lips were compressed hard that it forms a straight line. He finally opens his mouth, “I had read a lot of

murder mysteries. In one of them, it says that ‘dead body cools off like a hot cup of coffee.’ I don’t

know if this helps or not …”.

“A dead body cools off like a hot cup of coffee…” Teak repeated Tee’s line. “What Tee had

said could be possible. Some murder novels or story was based on true story or incidents. But, how

does a coffee cool down?” Teak remarks.

“How about we make an experiment?” Kan asked, continuing with “While I and my partner

was surveying the island we found a clean freshwater source, 5 kilometers east of the cave he hides in

last night. Aside, I found a cave just a bit from the water source. We can use it as a shelter tonight.”.

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“Bring us there.” Mr. Wang request. Within the new cave, three mini campfires are

constructed. One of the campfires is boiling a cup of water, by Teak who wants to experiment on

Tee’s hint that might help him and Mr. Wang to figure out the murder.

‘I must hurry and find the murder before anyone would get kill furthermore. Even though I

might have to suffer from sleepless nights!’ Teak proposes his thoughts with his soul. Teak

extinguishes the fire with the fire extinguisher he borrowed from Mr. Wang as the water in the cup

starts to boil. He takes out his notebook and writing materials and uses the thermometer to check the

temperature of the water at 0 minutes (the time the first measurement starts) after the heating which it

is now 7 P.M. and 45 minutes, and kept the record of the water cooling each minute for ten minutes,

after that he kept a record at every two minutes for fifty-four minutes. In total, he had created a chart

and graph of temperature like the picture shown below.

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He observed from the table and graph which y-axis is set as the temperature in Fahrenheit and

x-axis is set as the time of the cooling for water. The cooling of water at the first 10 minutes drop at a

constant speed of about 3-4 Fahrenheit per minute, then after the first ten minutes, the cooling of the

water starts to slow down. Teak draws horizontally over y = 80 and writes ‘asymptote’ above the

line. Asymptote is a word used to call a line that approaches a curve line but does not meet, intersect,

or touches the line.

The graph’s asymptote is drawn at y = 80 because it is impossible for the water to cool down

below 80 degrees Fahrenheit which is the temperature of the air on the island. The man scratches his

head, the information is not enough for him to find the murderer, also something is in his head but he

couldn’t think what is it. Teak force himself to again and again for the idea in his head. Until Mr.

Wang comes behind him and whispers him “Teak… Do you remember how to calculate for the

function for this kind of graph?”. “I’m sorry, but I might have to say NO.” Teak listens to Mr. Wang’s

sigh with an apologize flying in his head.

“First, find the asymptote.” Mr. Wang instructs, “The asymptote of this graph is y = 80 .” he

continues. “And the formula for the function graph is y = a(bx ) + asymptote . Next, substitute the

asymptote into the formula.” On the paper, he wrote...

y = a(bx ) + 80

“After that pick one of the point from the graph that will make b equals to 1, so that you can

find for a.” Mr. Wang continues to instruct Teak. Teak picks (0, 170.6) and substitutes this point into

the formula and calculates.

y = a(bx ) + 80

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170.6 = a(b0 ) + 80

Noting that from the exponential rules, when a variable has a power of zero then the value of

it is equal to 1. When bx was 0 to substitute in the exponent, the value of bx is equivalent to 1.

170.6 = a(1) + 80

170.6 = a + 80

170.6 − 80 = a + 80 − 80

90.6 = a

“After you get the value of a, you can pick any point from the graph to substitute and

ut I suggest you to choose the point that has x = 1 . For example, this

calculate for the value of b. B

point” Mr. Wang points at the table to the fourth column that states that time is 7:46, the minute is 1,

and the temperature of the water is 163.4 degrees Fahrenheit. Teak follows the suggestion of Mr.

Wang and substitute (1, 163.4) to the formula. In addition, he substitutes the value of a, he calculated

earlier.

163.4 = 90.6(b1 ) + 80

163.4 − 80 = 90.6(b1 ) + 80 − 80

83.4 = 90.6(b1 )

83.4 1

90.6 = b

0.92 = b1

b = 0.92

Teak gave a very big smile after able to find the graph’s function, lastly, he writes…

y = 147.6(0.95x ) + 80

the clues that Tee had said that ‘The body cools down

slowly, and the temperature of the body will drop until it

reaches the location’s temperature which is the coolest that

the body temperature could reach.’ By this, he picks up his

note on Somchai’s body temperature he measures at 1

P.M. and 2 P.M, along with the note that he asked

everyone before they went to sleep, it is a note that tells to

precise time they went near to the spot Somchai’s body is

found. Both notes he had taken out had a shape like a

picture shown at the right.

temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. He sets 1 P.M. as

time 0 together, as it was the time the corpse is found and

2 P.M. as time 60 as it is 60 minutes after the body is

found.

First, he wrote down (0, 96.1) and (60, 91.7) down on the notebook so he won’t forget about

it. As he had known from Mr. Wang who had left for a sleep, he must make the function for

Somchai’s body temperature which he is sure that the cooling of the body is going to be a curve graph

like the graph of the cooling of water, supporting by Tee’s hint he said earlier today ‘a body cools off

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like a cup of hot coffee’ which had determined that the graph of the cooling of water and Somchai’s

body will be similar by the curve shape of the graph.

He must make a function using two pieces of information he has in his hands. He starts to

calculate for the function by writing the graph’s formula and substitutes into the formula with

(0,96.1). By the way, he almost forgets to note on the asymptote which in this graph it would be 80

from the 80 degrees Fahrenheit of the island which will be the minimum temperature that the body

can cool down.

y = a(bx ) + asymptote

96.1 = a(bx ) + 80

96.1 = a(b0 ) + 80

96.1 − 80 = a(b0 ) + 80 − 80

16.1 = a(1)

a = 16.1

Next, he substitutes the formula with (60, 91.7) to find the value of b.

y = 16.1(bx ) + 80

91.7 = 16.1(b60 ) + 80

91.7 − 80 = 16.1(b60 ) + 80 − 80

11.7 = 16.1(b60 )

11.7 60

16.1 = b

0.73 = b60

60

b = √0.73

b = 0.995

Then he writes down the final formula for the graph of Somchai’s body temperature cooling.

y = 16.1(0.995x ) + 80

value of x as the time in minutes before the 1

P.M., for example, at 12:55, Benz

(Thannalin) and Aom was nearby Somchai’s

body, so the value of x is -5. After, he

calculates everything he draws a new column

to the table, and the tables becomes like the

picture shown on the left.

who was around Somchai’s spot during

11:00 to 12:15 A.M, and between 12:45

A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Due to the conditions that

either Somchai’s body wouldn’t be able to

cool down in time to the temperature they

found at 1 P.M or the body would have

harden and cooled down more than it is.

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At last, only four names are leaven behind, which that does not have the name of Sugus in one

of those. The name of the suspects includes Benz (Pimmada), Ja, Cream, and Riew.

Riew…

‘Teak, how can we find the murderer from the body temperature and the air temperature of

the island?’ Riew question with a c areworn and pale appearance.

ugus was

‘Why do we even have to investigate the crime when obviously we could see that S

the murderer!’

‘First, he had killed Sherry by the explosion, which that’s not all! The ship also sinks because

e is trying to kill us all, wasn’t he!? And isn’t that enough to say that he also murder

of him! H

Somchai!’

Teak blinds his view, bringing down his eyelids covering his eye balls, and leans his back on

the cave walls. The pictures of Riew’s movement is Teak’s nightmares, he could see the words that

Riew had said repeating in the darkness of his view and he have not notice the hidden message until

now. As he had observed Riew had tried many times to make everyone believes that Sugus is the

murderer.

Teak opens his eyes, looking to the cold stone of the cave’s floor, he is curious if the

explosion of the ship is made on purpose by Riew and it throws it on Sugus and Sugus accepted it or

is it really an accident by Sugus, but in another hand it could be that Riew sets the stage for Sugus to

understand that he made the ship sink which caused Sugus to misunderstood.

Teak kept his thoughts in mind, and hide the notebook under his shirt. The awake man cross

his arms together and close his eyes, drowning himself into sweet dreams.

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In the bright morning Teak woke up before anyone. Today, everyone will be playing together

to forget about the Somchai’s death yesterday. He had already assigned everyone a new group.

Everyone are clustered into four new groups.

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The first group includes Jean, Benz (Thannalin), Fen, Jee, Kan, Toey, Snow, and Eve, they

had planned last night to swim together from 8:00 to 9:30 A.M. The second group are Angie, Bank,

A, Sugus, Cream, and Nat they planned to collect clams together. The third group have Oom, Benz

(Pimmada), Ja, and Series gathering coconuts together from 9 A.M. Last group, Yoyo, Riew, Aom,

Popui, Tee, and Ant will be hiking starting from 9:30 A.M.

Teak is with group two, while Mr. Wang is going with the fourth group. You might ask if

Teak had ask the four suspects to confess whether who is the real murderer. Teak would have to say

that it will be the last thing he would do to find the murderer. Try to think along with me, who on

earth would make themselves end up in prison by confessing that he or she kill someone.

So, Teak must put his suspect together near him and a trustable person who will be able to

handle the situation which he is Mr. Wang, he had know from Teak about the four suspects and Teak

wants him to take a good look on Riew. Also, he told him why he want Mr. Wang to look at Riew for

the most.

But it had become Teak’s biggest worst choice that he ever had made...

“W-why?” Teak ask with a shivering voice, after the scream of Series that brought everyone

to ran to him. Mr. Wang was the next victim, lying dead on the sand of the beach, the strong smell of

blood got mixed with the fishery smell of sea. It is 9:46 A.M.

Teak bites his lips, that it bleeds. He struck his nails into his hands, his knuckle turns red from

the force he had pushed into the flesh of his hands, both arms shiver and eyes were fill with tears but

he still have to… have to… find the murderer.

Teak took out his notebook and the thermometer, measures the body temperature, 93.1

degrees Fahrenheit, and note down on his notebook. He take out his calculator and didn’t care about

anyone’s doubts about him. He only thinks of finding the murderer that had killed his teacher!!

He starts to calculate by substituting variable x with 0 and variable y with 93.1 degrees

Fahrenheit. From what he had learned from Mr. Wang last night he first he finds the asymptote which

it is 80 degrees Fahrenheit where it is the temperature of the island.

y = a(bx ) + asymptote

y = a(bx ) + 80

93.1 = a(bx ) + 80

93.1 = a(b0 ) + 80

93.1 − 80 = a(b0 ) + 80 − 80

13.1 = a(1)

a = 13.1

Alright, my waiting will last only thirty minutes, I will check Mr. Wang’s body again in thirty

minutes and at that time everything will be solved, the murder will be caught and we all will find a

way to go back home and jailed the murder.

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“Why?” Ant question Teak who firmly replied. “Because within thirty minute I will tell you

who is the murderer.”

Around him, the people eyes widen, amazed and surprised they are. “How? How did you

manage to find the murder? Since, you once had told us that you don’t know how to find the

murderer?” Tee inquire.

“With the help of Mr. Wang, last night I had figured out a way to investigate for the

murderer.” Teak respond and explain the investigating process. “To find the murderer we must find

the information and the cooling of the body between two times. For example, the first measurement is

at the time corpse is found and after thirty minutes we measure again, and that is also the reason why I

told you earlier in thirty minutes I will tell you who is the real murder.” Teak paused for a sip of

water.

“After, you get the information use the formula y = a(bx ) + asymptote , asymptote is define to

be a line that approach a curve but does not intersect or touches the curve. Asymptote for finding the

crime would be the temperature of the island’s air temperature which is 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Next, substitute x with the minute you found the corpse and for now it would be 0 and for the

y substitute it with the corpse's temperature measured at the same time with value of x. So, for now x

is equivalent to 0 and y is equivalent to 93.1.” Teak opens his notebook and scribbles down on the

paper y = a(bx ) + asymptote with a size that would be readable for every person and continues to

write.

y = a(bx ) + 80

93.1 = a(b0 ) + 80

He stops and explains something to the people. “According to the exponential rule when the

variable’s power is 0, the value of the exponent will become 1.” Teak continues to write down.

93, 1 = a(1) + 80

93.1 − 80 = a(1) + 80 − 80

13.1 = a(1)

a = 13.1

He tilt his notebook to everyone to see the calculations. “I can’t continue right now, within 15

minutes I will explain the rest.” Some person wants to ask Teak something but taken their thoughts

back because they remind themselves that Teak will explain furthermore fifteen minutes later.

After the waiting, Teak rise himself to Mr. Wang’s body, he took out the thermometer, and

with it he measure and sees the mercury inside the thermometer rise to 87.2 degrees Fahrenheit and

the precise time is 10:16 A.M.

“Continuing the explanation I did, to find value of b we need another pair of x and y. Which I

just got it, x is 30, counting from the difference of minutes from the first and second temperature

check, and y is the temperature after x minutes, what now is 30. The value of y is 87.2 so we continue

to substitute it into the formula, but don’t forget to substitute the a value we found earlier.” He trace

the computation.

87.2 = 13.1(b30 ) + 80

87.2 − 80 = 13.1(b30 ) + 80 − 80

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7.2 = 13.1(b30 )

7.2 30

13.1 = b

√

30 7.2

b= 13.1

b = 0.98

Teak laughs but keeping the sound in his throat, “We are almost done.”

“Now, substitute the value of a and b into the formula, but now we are going to substitute y

with normal human’s temperature whereas it is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. So, it would be

98.6 = 13.1(0.98x ) + 80 , don’t forgot that we still don’t know what x or time of death is. What we

could do now is calculate for x by subtracting 80 and divide 13.1 on both side.

x

Computing we will get 18.6 13.1 = 0.98 , from this we change it to logarithmic form

log 0.98 ( 18.6

13.1 ) = x , putting this to the calculator we get − 17. 4 and what does that mean? It means that

17.4 minutes before is the time Mr. Wang died.

Counting back 17 minutes before the time we found the corpse is 9:29 A.M. Along with the

calculation I did last night I found that there is only four person who have most chance of murdering

Somchai and the four person includes Benz (Pimmada), Ja, Cream, and Riew. And from the alibis you

all had made it points out that Riew is the murderer!” Everyone notice that Riew is about to sneak out,

but he didn’t run in time. Riew ran as fast a he could into the forest, behind the crew follows.

But within few minutes of running in the forest, Riew got surrounded by the group. Riew’s

last choice was to forcefully break through the barrier of people.

!!!

Riew’s last knife was picked out from his pant pocket, he held it tight and point the sharp tip

to the people, he moves forward to the girls which he believes would fear the knife and give him way

to escape, and his idea is correct the gap between the two girls widen and only few steps he will be

able to run freely.

Fooosshhhhhhh!!!!

The white cloudy smoke suddenly attack Riew caused him to drop the knife as the crowd

heard the metal of the knife drop to the group, the men attacks him and pressed him onto the ground.

The ropes are tightly secured around Riew’s wrist and legs. Teak drop down the fire extinguisher in

his hand, he was the one who sprayed the fire extinguisher which made the cloudy smoke on him

which from the possibility he calculated in his head, Riew will drop the knife and it is well that his

plans work.

“Riew… What is the reason for you to kill Somchai and Mr. Wang?” Ant ask the murderer.

Riew laughed out loud, it sounds funny but within the voice of his the people could feel the

sorrow in his heart. “The one I meant to kill was only Somchai, and the death of Mr. Wang is a

mistake. Let me tell you a story. Two years ago, my 17 years old sister died from a car accident and

the one who controls the car escaped and no police was able to catch up with the car, which means

that the murderer is not arrested.

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I admit that I hate my sister, but I also love her. Then, later of that year I found out that I was

Somchai who had killed my sister and it was not an accident! He did it on purpose because she was

pregnant and the child’s father is him!! I was very mad, angry, insane, eager to kill but I have no

evidence to tell the police to arrest Somchai. Until now, I had used months of time in planning of the

murdering plan as a revenge for my sister! I admit that the ship was sunk by me. Sugus, I am so sorry

for putting you to understand yourself as the one who wrecked the ship, but I did it because I have to.

As you see, I had killed Somchai and planned to keep it to myself that I was the murderer,

forever. But then, while I was roaming around the island waiting for the hiking time I end up to face

Mr. Wang at the beach where I killed him, fakely, I smile at him and talks to him normally. However,

he sees through the mask of mine and directly ask am I the murderer. I was so afraid, that the only

thing I could think at that moment was only is to KILL. I f I could turn back time, my only wish is to

tell myself to admit it before I kill Mr. Wang.”

Everyone quietly allows Riew to admit and express every bit of secrets in his heart, with tears

that runs off their eyes while listening to his story.

“I had already planned a way for everyone to escaped. 10 kilometers to the west from where

we are now, I had adjusted a radio that we could use to connect with the police. Use it.” Riew

continues, he close his eyes and lean his back to the wet soil of the forest, trying to throw away the

pictures of his sister from his head.

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It took three hours for the police to arrive at the island. Everyone was very happy to see the

ship of the police, they screamed and jump joyfully, waving to the people on the ship. Some of them

even cried. The police collected Somchai’s and Mr. Wang’s body into the plastic package which is

used by the police to kept corpses. Riew walk onto the ship with a handcuffed circling around his

wrist, his face is filled with an unlimited regret and sorrow. Everyone who survived pity him but

couldn’t help. At last, everyone was able to arrive home safely.

THE END

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