February 4, 2009
Kidnapped in Great Britain
Peter Vonshnikel was born in Great Britain. His parents are Mia Vonshnikel and William Vonshnikel. They lived in Great Britain while France and Great Britain were in a war. Peter was very fascinated in horses. They were a wealthy family, who owned a big house with a ranch. They owned many horses.
They are trying to get away from Great Britain. As they were leaving there was a big crowd and, Peter got separated from his mother and father. Peter gets kidnapped by an Asian named Thuong Chong. Thuong had to move to Great Britain because he was a convicted child molester in Asia.
They moved into Peter’s old house. When they got there Peter asked “where are my parents?”
Thuong shouted back with a British/Asian accent “I do not know! I do not care! I am hungry!”
Peter cowers in fear of being hurt and whispers “ok.”
Thuong goes to the kitchen and scavenges through the cabinets for food. Peter walks in and goes to a cabinet and pulls out cans of food. Thuong grabs a can of beans from him and searches the drawers for a can opener.
Thuong grabs the boy by the shirt and says in a raspy voice, “Where is your can opener?”
Peter points to a drawer and whispers “that one sir.”
Thuong drops Peter to the ground and goes to the drawers and digs through it looking for the can opener. When he finds the can opener he opens the can and eats the beans not offering Peter any.
Peter just sits on the ground staring at Thuong as he eats the beans. Thuong says, “What are you staring at?”
Peter says softly, “Can I have some beans sir?”
Thuong yells, “Get a can”, in a soft voice though not a harsh voice.
Peter gets up with much expeditiousness. He gets the can opener and hustles over to the cans and opens the can and devours the beans.
Three months go by while they are in this house. They finally go out and go to the docks and wait on a ferry. Peter has no idea where they are...