They were asked to tell him everything about the day of the street fair that they could remember.
“Why do you need to know that?” Stacy asked.
Dr. Mitchell steepled his long fingers under his goateed chin. “Do you remember that day?”
“Yes,” Stacy answered.
“And you?” he nodded at Jodi.
“Some,” Jodi said.
“Which parts?” he asked.
Jodi glanced at her sister whose eyes glared at her for an instant before filling with tears. Stacy claimed Jodi’s “vision” had more to do with wanting extra attention than being something that actually happened. What her sister didn’t seem to understand was that she didn’t want the attention, not from that, from being a freak.