Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017|10:52 a.m.
. The first time she ever fulfilled him, Sheri Sletten held him in her arms and pressed her cheek to his face.
“Can you feel this?” she asked. “Yes,” he whispered.
“Then that implies you’re alive,” she stated.
Sletten had moved her hand up his shirtless back and felt the open wound brought on by one of the hundreds of bullets fired from the 32nd flooring of the Mandalay Bay hotel down into a crowd of 20,000 attending the Route 91 Harvest music festival.
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