Escaped Convict Spotted in Local Hot Spot


Last November, residents in the small town of Bon Temps, were frightened to learn that convicted serial killer, Rene Lenier, had escaped from the State Penitentiary. State officials have still not mad an official statement as to how he was able to escape. Speculation has spread through the Bon Temps community as to Mr. Lenier’s current location.

He has been attributed to have a hand in the fire on local barmaid, Sookie Stackhouse‘s family home last November. Lead detectiveAndy Bellefleur refused to comment as to whether or not, Lenier was a suspect in this case of arson. Amongst suspicion of arson, reports of breaking and entering have occurred all throughout Northern Louisiana from Monroe to Shreveport.

Lettie Mae Thornton claimed he broke into her home and stole her liquor and hid her bible. “May, Jesus strike him down” she was quoted saying, this morning.Jane Bodehouse claimed to have spotted him digging through the local Piggly Wiggly’s dumpster bin, late one evening. When questioned as to why she was behind the Piggly Wiggly at such a late hour, she failed to reply.

The most shocking of the sightings occurred Sunday evening at the newest Vampire hot spot, La Sang Fang. New to the area, La Sang Fang has become the place to be in Northern Louisiana. Sunday evening, Lenier was spotted associating with former Fellowship of the Sun member, Luke McDonald, reportedly finally dead, Lorena Krasiki and La Sang Fang owner, Raul Alfero.

One can only wonder, what trouble is brewing with this mixture of Fang, Faith and Hate? Stay tuned for more details.