- November 21st, 2014
Meanwhile, Kalika and Viral had left Bean Sidhe. “How do you know Zamora?” Viral asked. “She saved me once when I had a breakdown,” Kalika explained. “Oh, shit. Why? When?” Viral asked. “A few weeks from now. It got fixed, though. Lex was scared and so was Linda. It’s a side effect of knowing how this usually plays out and keeping secrets,” Kalika said with a sigh.
“You can tell me. I am starting to remember some of it and I’m amazed that you have your sanity. I mean, this isn’t fun like Doctor Who,” Viral said. “Yeah, right. Do you have any idea how hard it would be to make a time machine that large? I mean, what does it even run on? Dilithium crystals? Meteorites? Asteroid remains? It can’t be regular fuel because it’s an alien craft. Gallifrey is obviously far beyond the Milky Way. We don’t even know how many AU’s it is. Plus, the parts are super advanced and expensive. I love that show, but he’s irresponsible and kind of naïve. I also don’t like how he portrays my people. Sometimes, it’s downright silly. The devil isn’t an ancient alien,” Kalika said.
“No, he’s not. Those are really good questions, though. I wonder how advanced they are,” Barry said. She was a cute kid, but he didn’t like her clothes. She looked a lot older and boys would think she was a teenager. “Hi, Johnny-Who’s your friend? Did you tell this guy how to get around? I’d send him to the chamber of commerce, but I don’t trust them anymore. They’ll probably try to trick him into wasting his money on banal, useless places that aren’t worth taking back,” Kalika asked.
“Yeah, Johnny. Did he have cactus fries?” Viral joked. “Don’t call him Johnny,” Kalika snapped. Only she got to and it pissed her off. “Okay, okay. It’s just that you do it all the time,” Viral said. “I know her, which is why I went up to you all. I still don’t know why you were by yourselves,” Fell said.
“It’s a tale,” Kalika said. “Tell me later. Where the hell have you been? Kaya’s been worried sick and you know it’s not safe,” Fell said angrily. “How long were we gone? We just went to Bean Sidhe for a bit,” Viral asked as he raised an eyebrow. “I ran into to you two three hours ago,” Oliver said. The kid needed a watch and he was too little to be out and about.
“Damnit. Stupid Troll market,” Viral muttered. “Watch your mouth,” Kalika snapped. “Why were you there? Aren’t Trolls supposed to be dangerous?” It was unreal, but Barry decided to suspend his disbelief. “Not if you have money or things to barter with. Everyone’s rude to them because they don’t have big hair and they’re not friendly, but they need the money. We went to go see someone and he doesn’t get to swear at her. Bean Sidhe is the oldest part of town and when my grandpere created this city, they were already living here. Think Native Americans, but no one makes them live in a reservation,” Kalika explained.
“This is Barry and this is Oliver. They have no clue how they got here and I want to know how a normal wound up here,” Fell said. “What’d you pay for?” he added suspiciously. “Information and the kind of services only my associate can provide. She saved me once, so I know she’s legit. He’s green, so of course he didn’t believe her. She doesn’t have to tell him if his stupid comic book is worth money in the future. If she wanted it s payment, she just did. It’s nice to meet you. Can you tell me what happened?” Kalika asked.
“I was out and I saw someone strange. I went to go check them out and before I knew it, they knocked me out. Barry got knocked out, too. What do you mean by portals?” Oliver asked. He was amused and she talked like an adult. Kids didn’t have associates and she wasted money on a psychic.
“How do they run? Is it an energy rift? Is it a hole in the time-space continuum? Is it visible if you look with tools?” It was impossible not to ask and Barry was curious. “I always wondered that, but I don’t know if there are tools. I may make them when I’m an adult. They are energy rifts and they used to be risky and dangerous, but not anymore. It’s not a hole as much as an open pocket of inter-dimensional energy. If you know where to go you can find the vortex hot spots, but as far as the rifts go, it’s kind of like the cabinet in the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. We turned back into children 72 hours after we came back,” Kalika said, a dour look on her face.
“Well, that explains that. Let it go-You can’t just wander off without telling us. No wonder you were gone for so long. We thought you got kidnapped or worse,” Fell said as he scolded her. “I’m kind of willing to let that go. It changes your age and it can be accessed through specific things,” Barry said.
“It’s how it became safer. When Kaya got here, it was the 80’s. You’re lucky you wound up here, you know. When my aunt wandered in by accident, she wound up in 600 A.D. Then again, she was a teenager in the 60’s or 70’s,” Kalika said as she paused to think.
“Why wouldn’t any of us know about it? We’ve never had any missing reports like this.” It was still dangerous and Oliver wasn’t fascinated. “Well, I don’t know about Central City. That particle accelerator could have done a lot of things. I don’t see why it would affect Starling, though.” Oliver was the variable and it threw Barry off.
“Wait, did you say Starling?” Kalika was shocked and Zamora really was full of surprises. “No way…” Viral’s mind was blown and he got why the old woman wanted the comic now. “I’m skeptical, too. How far away is this place?” Oliver asked. It was cold and he was freezing.
“Don’t laugh,” Kalika said sternly. “I won’t and this is serious,” Oliver assured her. “I make no promises,” Fell joked. “Ignore him, kiddo. I’m listening,” Barry said. “I always thought he was blonde. I’m really sorry, but Zamora is full of surprises and I didn’t think this was the result. This…is an inter-dimensional location. I’m sorry I snapped at you, Viral. It wasn’t a bad question and now I’m wondering if Batman and Superman would have shown up,” Kalika asked as she scratched her head. It was a really strange wish and she hadn’t made it.
Fell cracked up, but Oliver wasn’t amused. She needed to be serious and he wanted to go home. “Holy crap. A parallel universe?” It was amazing, even if Barry wanted to know how it affected them. “Can we eat? I know it sounds dumb, but I can explain it easily with things like salt shakers,” Kalika asked.
“Of course. Barry, have you eaten?” Fell asked. “No, I was on my way to my local coffee shop. Can you pick a place where Oliver and I don’t have to smell blood?” It was gross and Barry doubted there were humans there. “I know a place,” Fell said. It was old-fashioned, but he knew the owner.
“Wow. This place is nice. Cela me rappelle l'endroit où nous nous sommes rencontrés. Comment était-ce de nouveau appelé?” Kalika asked. It was cozy and romantic; she hoped Kaya had been here. “Belvedere’s. Il est un hôtel ennuyeux maintenant et ils ont des espaces de bureaux à louer.” He said as he shook his head. Kalika shuddered; it was a travesty.
“Fine, don’t tell me. Explain it to them,” Viral muttered. “You know what I like,” Kalika said. “Sure do. I have to ask them a question about the list,” Fell said. “Okay, so first of all, I have to apologize. I would never, ever do something that’s this irresponsible or unprofessional. It’s just not right,” Kalika said apologetically.
“Unprofessional?” It was impossible not to laugh and she wasn’t a professional anything. “Yes and I’m sorry. I can assure you, this isn’t how I operate. This is entirely Viral’s fault and you’re going to apologize. You see what you did? I swear to god, if Zamora doesn’t save me next time I’m in trouble, I will shove your entire comic book collection down your throat until your esophagus shuts down,” Kalika said before she smacked him upside the head.
“Wait, wait…you guys did this?” Barry was confused and comic books were harmless. “No, he did. Say sorry for making me look bad,” Kalika barked. “I’m really sorry. It’s so trippy and I didn’t even make a wish. That woman is weird and she should have answered my question. I think you owed her money and she knew that it would be worth a lot of money in 30 years,” Viral grumbled.
“Will you shut up about the stupid book? If she didn’t want money, she didn’t want money. See, this is why we don’t take you with us when we go places. It’s not because you’re a baby, it’s because you’re an idiot. You don’t question her, you give her what she asks and she makes the impossible possible. I don’t think this was about a wish. I mean, they’re taking kids for the harvest and we can’t figure out who’s making mystery meat,” Kalika said as she glared at him.
“Why can’t you just trust the adults? Is it because of your sister?” Oliver was looking at it the wrong way and Barry felt bad for her. She was too smart for her age, she kept flying over everyone’s head and it had to be frustrating. “She’s selfish, she doesn’t care what happens to anyone and she could be doing something, but she’s not. It’s different here and if you all were in this world, you could do so much. I know for a fact that some of the cops and security guards are ex-cons. People take bribes and no one’s lifted a finger about the missing people. It’s not even that-It’s so dangerous here and I told everyone that they escaped from the asylum. I saw those bodies, damnit. I’m not crazy, they have a pattern, and a shared profile and they left clues. They’re untouchable because they have the right people in their pocket,” Kalika said quietly.
“I’m sorry. That is scary and he should yell at her, but you can’t make Fell worry. He’s not selfish and you care about him,” Oliver said with a sigh. He would have more to do here, but Starling would always have enough crime to keep him busy.
“Scary? Oliver, did you just hear her? She witnessed a murder, for god’s sake! She should be scared and they probably want to shut her up,” Barry said. He was freaked out and no one would care about killing a child. “No one else knows what he looks like and he already set the house on fire. I do care what Johnny thinks, but I don’t get why Kaya doesn’t take it seriously. Every rich person who isn’t satisfied or liked the way things were before will hide him, he can help them scratch an itch and that girl was ten. I don’t want to read comic books and I can’t believe I let you waste my time. Now theirs is being wasted,” Kalika grumbled.
“What?” Fell had only heard the last part and he was shocked. “I’m sorry. It’s just that Kaya isn’t necessarily wrong about it being embarrassing. My mom isn’t paying attention, he doesn’t have boundaries and she gave me away because she thought he might have been my father,” Kalika said with a sigh.
“EW!” Fell wasn’t judging her, but it was disgusting. “You’re not wasting time if we’re eating. You’re right and you probably would feel safer if someone like me was around. You need therapy, though. If he doesn’t care that you’re his niece, you’ll wind up like that girl,” Barry said. It wasn’t as if it had been days and he didn’t mind listening.
“He’s right and I’m not hearing excuses anymore. I didn’t know about this part and we’ll find someone who isn’t human,” Fell said sternly. “They should wear sunglasses,” Viral joked. “Oh, fuck you. Don’t bring that up around strangers,” Kalika said angrily. “It’s okay, kiddo. I heard things and I’m blaming your stupid parents, not you. Next time you feel like squeezing someone, I’m coming with you. I don’t care how special you are, you’re not invincible. He’s a grown man, he’s already tried to kill you all and he’s a creepy pervert,” Fell said as he squeezed her hand.
“Why do you think this is your fault? There has to be an explanation,” Barry said. He wanted to inspect the place where they were to see if there was anything worth noting. “Oh, there is…you’re just not going to believe me,” Kalika said. “I’m having dinner with a vampire in 2001 and a kid who can travel in time. Try me,” Oliver joked. He wasn’t going to scream, he just wanted to go home.
“Do you have another one on you?” Kalika asked. “No, just that one. I can get more,” Viral asked. “Why do you keep bringing up comic books? I don’t think that thinking about superheroes will automatically make me and Oliver pop up,” Barry pointed out.
“Johnny, his name is Barry Allen and he’s from Central City. Oliver’s full name is Oliver Queen from Starling city. He’s in love with Laurel Lance,” Kalika said as she gave him a knowing look. “Actually, we didn’t get back together. I’m not with anyone,” Oliver said. He had no idea that they knew about his love life and it was awkward.
“Wait, what? Why? Don’t you love her anymore? You both are epic,” Kalika said. She was upset and it wasn’t right. “Didn’t she find out that she couldn’t have kids? That has got to suck. Plus, he’s the man-He can have anyone and does. Screw Laurel-He has plenty of girls to pick from,” Viral said as he rolled his eyes.
“Ok, stop. Laurel has a lot going on and she wouldn’t tell me if it happened. Also, I’m not like that anymore. We just don’t love each other anymore and I don’t get why you know so much about me,” Oliver said. “Are you still a team, though? I love her sonic scream. I always kind of hoped that my boyfriend would be my emerald archer and I’d be like the Black Canary. I could always use a voice modulator,” Kalika said, a disappointed look on her face.
Oliver dropped his jaw and gazed at her in disbelief; she knew about Sara. “Oh, wow…that came out wrong. You’re cute, but I didn’t mean that in a romantic way. It’s just that you two are such an effective team and both Marcus and I know how to use bows and arrows. Laurel and Helena are awesome, although I don’t like the original. Helena Bertelli freaked me out. That bitch had problems and she could have just cut his brakes or something. Plus, Iris can’t help Barry the way Laurel helps you,” Kalika said.
“Yeah, but Lois Lane is a reporter. She does stuff,” Viral said. “Ok, he’s right and this is weird. Thanks for the vote of confidence, but Iris doesn’t see me that way. I have to protect her and I want her to stop trying to help me,” Barry said. “If you tell me what this is about, you can have half a glass of wine. Their names are familiar, but it can’t be what I’m thinking,” Fell said.
“I know, but it is. The Green Arrow normally has blonde hair, but maybe he dyed it. I’m confused as to why Iris doesn’t see him that way, but it’s entirely possible that they’re from an alternate verse. I don’t know which of them I can identify with more, but I picked Superman, Green Arrow, The Flash and Batman. If Bruce Wayne and Kal-El are here, I’ll faint,” Kalika said.
“Holy…” Barry didn’t want to believe it, but she knew a name Iris has just picked for him. “Only you, kiddo. Only you,” Fell joked. “This is Viral’s fault, not mine. I was stressing about the situation and he wasn’t going to have playtime in peace. We went to Bean Sidhe and I thought Zamora would help him remember some stuff and explain things to him. Instead, he screwed it up and thought about how much money that damn comic book was worth. I’m going to have to kiss her ass and probably steal something next time,” Kalika said defensively.
“I said sorry! I’ll steal it, just stop yelling. She made me nervous,” Viral said. “I’m not mocking you,” Fell insisted. “We’re not mad, we’re just confused and kind of scared. You don’t need to yell at him,” Barry said with a sigh. It wasn’t fair and kids said and did stupid things all the time.
Kalika relished dinner; she got to have wine. “Why didn’t you order your food?” Viral asked. “Don’t be stupid-A man always orders for the lady. Anything else just isn’t right,” Fell said. “Oh. You’re not psychic, though. How do you know what she wants?” Viral was confused and didn’t get it.
“Oh, god…” It was hilarious and Viral missed the point. “It doesn’t matter. Even if I told him, he’s still going to order. He’s the guy, it’s classy and no one does it anymore. You don’t have to, but Johnny’s always been all man,” Kalika said with a smile. She remembered it fondly and he had brought her this exact same bottle of wine.
“Don’t worry about it, kiddo. I doubt girls these days will get it. This one’s an old soul and I already know what she likes,” Fell said as he waved a hand. “Is that why it’s so boring or is this a French thing?” Viral asked.
“It’s not boring, it’s a delicacy and yes, it’s a snobby French people thing. Everyone always eats it for Sunday dinner and I don’t eat ordinary food at such a nice place. Also, if you’re going to drink a vintage from the 1800’s, it has to go with the right meat. Don’t worry about it-You will seriously never be able to afford a place this expensive,” Kalika assured him.
“Do you get along with other kids?” Barry asked curiously. She was too serious and mature for a kid and it was odd. “Well…kind of. I hate my new school, but we have to hide. A lot of them are really, really boring and kind of dumb. I can’t afford video games anymore,” Kalika said with a sigh.
“They’re not boring, they’re just human. Humans don’t like it when you fix their pipes, point out errors in things and no one reads footnotes or the manual for the slide machine,” Fell said as he scolded her.
“Why not? I was just trying to be helpful and productive. It’s not as if fixing it is hard and I don’t mind doing it for free. The books are too easy and I’m bored, so how do you know that the sources they made things from aren’t more interesting? The slide machine is irritating and over ten years old. If I didn’t read the manual, no one else would have been able to fix the lighting issues,” Kalika grumbled.
“You can fix things for me as much as you want,” Oliver joked. He didn’t see what being human had to do with anything and it was free labor. She was strange, but she was probably just that bored. “Really? YAY! I couldn’t help but notice that the coating on your arrows is a little uneven. Also, the ends aren’t as sharp as they could be for optimal results. I know this really good mixture that causes dizziness if you coat it on properly. It can last longer if you use a varnish to lock it in. Also, a nail file or sandpaper can sharpen things without wasting a lot of money,” Kalika said excitedly.
“I was joking, but sure.” Oliver’s head hurt and he had never bothered noticing such small details. She was probably right, but he usually just replaced them. “That’s so cute! My friends talk like you do, but they’re adults. It is boring and annoying when stuff doesn’t work properly, makes no sense or it’s too easy. If you find people who ride bikes or like archery, maybe you won’t be bored.” She was adorable and Barry wasn’t annoyed. It was funny that she thought manuals were entertaining, but Margarita had mentioned something about hot-blooded people.
“They should stay at Bertelli’s. They can get comped,” Kalika said. “No they can’t! Why would they stay for free?” Viral demanded. “I said so,” Kalika said. “I don’t get it. Mrs. B doesn’t own anything here,” Viral said. “I said so,” Kalika said as she narrowed her eyes.
“No, no…don’t bug your pop. They can crash at my place. Kaya’s doing her damn job and you need to tell her what you told me,” Fell said. “Okay, but if they need anything, just mention it,” Kalika said. “Trust me…it’s fine,” Fell said as he formed a nervous laugh.
“You’re telling me later,” Viral muttered. “So there’s an actual city here? It’s not just a shopping plaza?” Barry was amazed and it was gorgeous. “It’s based off the human one in Montreal and grandpere just loved the idea. See, vampires and other races can’t always handle sunlight. There’s a college at one of the stops and there are some private schools, too. People will pay extra because they don’t even have to leave this place if they don’t want to. Sucker’s is just a hot spot because it’s always fresh and new,” Kalika explained.
“Damn right. I swear, kids today listen to the stupidest stuff. She keeps top shelf, but when they have those brats wailing and breaking stuff, my ears bleed,” Fell said as he made a face. “Then what else is there?” Viral couldn’t imagine anything else and he loved rock. “Lots of stuff. Every kind of Jazz known to man, folk, swing, Sinatra, classical, Zydeco…they had good music in the 20’s, 40’s and 60’s,” Kalika pointed out.
“No one was all over each other, either. Ladies were ladies, not strippers. Don’t you ever dance like that. I don’t care if Kaya says I’m being sexist, it makes guys think things,” Fell said sternly. “Then how else will I steal their money?” Kalika joked. “You’ll think of something,” he said as he scuffed her head.
“I think so, too. I don’t mind twerking, I just can’t dance. You wear clothes that make you look older and guys will think things,” Barry pointed out. “Well, I’m in 7th grade. I don’t want them to know that I’m eleven. I was in 6th grade at my old school, but when I joined public school, I tested too high. My ex can’t go to high school and he’s just as bored. How else should I dress?” Kalika asked.
“Wow.” She really was smart and probably did whatever she wanted because she hung around teenagers. “Ugh…they should shove the little brat in high school. All the asinine things he does will make him normal. I’m serious-Don’t make them think things. If I see that kid anywhere near the house, I’ll break his nose. Look, I know I’m a guy, but if you’re that scared to ask for help or money, I’ve got your back,” Fell assured her.
“This is our stop?” Barry was shocked and there were entire streets ahead of them. “Yeah, it is. It’s a gated community, so I need my keycard. These two can go under Kaya’s name,” Fell said. “Those are nice. If I still had my company, I’d consider doing it with our train stations,” Oliver said. “Oh. Did Tommy Merlyn already steal it from you? They should pay you more for saving people,” Viral said.
Oliver blinked; he really needed to see where the kids were getting their information. After they went in, he was amazed at how large it was. “If you’re wondering about cars, we keep them in garages. We don’t pay by day, we pay by month. Kaya’s place is near mine, which is how we met,” Fell said as they headed to his place. “Grab your stuff. You can do whatever you want tomorrow since it’s Saturday, just don’t be stupid about it,” Fell said.
“We won’t. Things cannot possibly be more stupid than they already are. I trusted the wrong brother,” Kalika muttered. She should have confided in Astika and she ignored the hurt look on Viral’s face. He had fucked up and she didn’t trust him right now. “Ok, I’m good. Keys?” she asked. “Here. I know you’re not a baby, but he is. Don’t marathon,” Fell said. “I won’t. I have homework and then he has his, so I’ll have stuff to do tonight. Also, I noticed that some of the local officials haven’t paid their taxes in almost five years,” Kalika assured him.
“Happy hacking. You’re off to a good start,” Oliver said with a smile. She was like a little Felicity and she would have liked her. “Thanks. ‘Night Johnny,” she said before they left. Once they did, Barry raised an eyebrow. “She’s not dumb and believe it or not, she knows her limits. It’s a little hard for her, hiding like this. Plus, being back here after three months is probably different. I trust her not to watch garbage,” Fell said.
“Who is she? Why can I get whatever I want if I mention her last name?” Barry asked. He had a bad feeling in his gut and people gut shut up when it was bad. “He’s not her real father, but Lucius Bako took her in when she was four. She got left outside during a snowstorm, so no one told them not to keep her. His name…tends to inspire strong emotions. He’s friends with the guy who owns Bertelli’s,” Fell said.
“Does Don have a bad ring to it?” It explained a lot and she was extremely blasé. “It’s not really his style, to be honest. Most people have really stupid fronts, but his wife has a big business and they own a Barnes and Noble. He did his best to shield her, but he has three boys. They’re not always that bright when it comes to being an influence,” Fell said.
“Is that her?” The resemblance was remarkable, even if her hair was different. “Yeah, it is. We took that right after we got engaged. She wasn’t like this at all. She was a charmer, she liked to dance and she joked around a lot. If anyone can pull off a long con, it was Viv. She pissed off the wrong people, but when you do what she and I did, it’s bound to happen at some point,” Fell said with a sigh. He loved her, but the girl he took care of wasn’t his Vivian.
“No…I can believe that. She obviously knows what’s what and kept saying things like “unprofessional” and “associates.”. Isn’t it weird for you, though? I mean, you almost married her.” Oliver wouldn’t have been able to handle it and it wasn’t as if there was no trace left.
“You know, I thought it would? We talked about it and she told me why she ran off on me, but the way I see it, that little girl isn’t that girl I met in Manhattan. She has trouble grasping really basic stuff about humans, she doesn’t know what does and doesn’t count as appropriate behavior and she needs me. Vivian didn’t need anyone, let alone a man. She could hold her scotch, paid for her own things and always had a gun on her. She didn’t want or need to get married and have kids; I just wound up being an exception. It’s for the best, though. I always had this weird feeling that maybe she was colored, she was just hiding it. I didn’t necessarily care, but it was the 20’s and I wouldn’t have married her,” Fell said as he formed a nostalgic smile.
“Don’t let her manipulate you,” Barry said. It was obvious and someone needed to be an adult. “What? No, no…I don’t spoil her. I just don’t talk down to her like everyone else does,” fell said. “She manipulated you left and right. I don’t speak French, but she was obviously talking about the past. That whole line about how you’re all man? Come on…you didn’t notice?” It wasn’t right and she was flirting on some level.
“She was just joking. We joke, Kaya just doesn’t get it half the time. I guess no one says later gator anymore,” Fell said defensively. “That’s my point. She brings up the past in French, she made flirty, cryptic remarks and told that poor kid not to call her Johnny by his first name. She knows she can make excuses, do whatever she wants and get you on her side. It’s really sneaky, but you already know she’s a con artist. If it makes you feel any better, I would have probably been twice as bad,” Barry said. She was gorgeous as an adult and it was probably hard to face reality.
“Damnit…you’re right. We’re having a conversation, but when we’re by ourselves, she’s honest. She tells me what she won’t tell the others, I can usually give her advice and I notice when something’s wrong more than Kaya does. I really think she can do a good job and she really does have a reason to hide her identity. She’s a lot more ethical and cares about people more than those crazy weirdoes. She just wants someone to listen or want her around,” Fell said with a sigh. It was hard not to follow old habits and it probably went both ways.
“Why? She’s not that bad, she just doesn’t have anything to do and she’s smarter than kids her age. She shouldn’t be living with her ex, she should be with her family. If I lived here, I would have called the cops,” Barry said bluntly.
“Like that would do any good. She’d get told that she’s in the system, but they wouldn’t check whomever she goes to. If she goes to anyone, that is. She’s pretty and she’s smart. She’s probably worth a lot of money,” Fell said with a shrug.
“Are you serious? It’s that easy to get to them? It’s all the more reason to watch her, but the cops should care,” Barry said. “Not necessarily. It’s gross, but he’s right. The mob probably would sell her for a lot of money. A lot of the people my parents worked with got away with horrible things. Hurting kids this easily is scary, but she must be hiding in a poor neighborhood. They won’t know the difference,” Oliver said with a sigh. His life was probably fascinating and made them feel like they could be safe, but he wasn’t trying to be anyone’s idol.
“I wish she’d talk to me, but all she said was that the people she pissed off are still alive. They know people and they’re not just looking for her. That guy is a sick fuck and I’m willing to bet that he’s probably the one buying the kids. She said he collects pretty people, places and things. Kaya didn’t want to talk about it, but I’m looking him up. I don’t know what she stole, but I think he’d come after her either way. I’m not stupid and I’ve heard her wake up in the middle of the night. She tells me sometimes, but other times, she says it’s not important,” Fell said.