Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #70

I could see them sitting together, staring out the window as if they were really interested in the sights passing by. This was a farce. They would get off the train at the busiest stop, drop that bottle in a trash barrel and walk away, knowing they have enough time to exit the terminal before someone threw something into the trash, making the bottle jostle and mix, then cause an explosion to kill at least those within a fifteen foot radius. I had to find a way to alert the authorities. It was only by chance that I got on this train, only to see this Bonny and Clyde couple sit as if they are only innocent bystanders. Killers are not innocent, this couple is the epitome of evil.

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