Frontline walked down pavement, there wasn't any houses in fact there wasn't anything except a road and a pavement. The pavement was obviously a joke as no-one ever walked down this road. Further up there was a screeching sound, Frontline grinned, he kept walking,
The car sped past Frontline, and a hand grabbed him by the collar and lifted him into the car, the car screeched round and sped off in the direction Frontline hadn't been travelling,
Frontline gave the driver a glance,
"Hello Jordan, last time I saw you, you were driving a Timmy across a minefield."
"Yes, well, nothing much has changed since then." Replied Jordan,
"No, especially you'r driving." Grated Frontline as he clutched at the side of the car as they went round a corner on one wheel,
"I need you to tell me a few things." Said Frontline after a moment,
"I know I've picked up certain people which I shouldn't have picked up..." Said Jordan,
"I'm not bothered about those gangsters you picked up and dropped off outside the bank, I'm thinking about Chris, he went missing this morning."
"That's nothing new is it? Well I had saw him in a car that was going 20 miles an hour, it was quite annoying as I had to brake and go down from one fifty down to zero so I didn't collide with him, he parked dead centre in the road, then a man came out and threw Chris in the boot and drove off." Recounted Jordan,
"Didn't you find it strange?" Asked Frontline,
"Chris being bundled into the boot? Nah, I remember half the time he was being thrown everywhere." Jordan said airily, Frontline grimaced, it was true that Chris had been picked up by taxis, gangsters, Ghostland Plainer's, police, the army, the navy, Sub-culture, all in two weeks.
"Ok, drop me off here." as the taxi drew up,
"If you want me to pick you up any time..."
"No thanks, but any idea where that car went?"
"Yes, it carried on south, and then pulled off into a field, about ten miles driving."
"Thanks." Frontline decided to not ask how Jordan knew all this.
Frontline slumped into a chair, it was coming to the end of the morning and soon it would be the afternoon, Chris wasn't back, but it was doubtful he would be coming back any time soon, Frontline thought, then made up his mind.