I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 5
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Male dorm building, room 311.
The boy sleeping on the lower bunk felt that he was awakened by some faint noise, and in a daze, he reached for his glasses on the side of the bed. He hadn’t even touched them twice, and just as his finger touched the lens, he suddenly realized it was a sharp, piercing siren.
His shout immediately aroused a series of protests from his roommates.
“What are you shouting about at night?”
“It’s hard to fall asleep not to mention when you’re yelling!”
The dean came rolling down the hallway into hell. If it weren’t for the threat from the dorm that if they didn’t go back, everyone would be written up, the boys eagerly wanted to take turns to walk down that flight of stairs again, but they didn’t want to be unjustly killed.
Like herding ducks, the boys were rushed back to the dorm. But it was like squeezing water from a stone, and most of them still eagerly discussed it.
Not long after this he fell asleep, his howling voice had awakened the whole dorm.
“No,” the boy who got up in the beginning frantically put on his glasses, “Listen, the police are coming!”
A few roommates didn’t care, “Can’t it be patrols to catch criminals?”
“How can there be police patrols on our school’s property?” The boy in the glasses complained and hurriedly opened the front window. “Look, the police cars have stopped in front of the school entrance.”
The dorm building was separated from the school entrance by a small piece of empty land. From the third floor, you could clearly see the two blue and white cars with police lights on. The car door opened, and a man in a police uniform came out.
“Fuck, it’s real.”
“What’s the matter, you don’t call the police if you fall down the stairs?”
“Who did it?”
The instigator of this grand dispatch of police in the middle of the night was standing at the entrance and being questioned by police.
“You found the body?”
“Yes,” Lin Youxin said that she did not expect that the supernatural incident would have to end up being resolved with the police, but there was no other way. This was the fastest way to make Xue Yao’s bones come to light, “It was me.”
“Why did the call break off when you were reporting to the police?”
“My phone ran out of battery.” Lin You said with an innocent face.
This really was not her fault. In the time she had left, it was only enough to tell them that there was a dead body at the school and then report the school’s address. It was only after she had dug up that finger bone that she realizes that the pitiful remaining battery on her phone was the only way she could get in touch with the outside world.
She only had one chance to make the call. As a good, law-abiding citizen, of course, she chose to call the police.
“Then I’ll change the question.” Pretty girls always make people especially charitable, so the young police officer softened his tone. “Why would you think of going to the woods with a shovel in the middle of the night?”
Lin You: “…”
Lin You” A dream?”
The policeman stared at her, speechless.
Lin You shrugged helplessly.
Is there any way she can tell the truth and make it less bizarre?
She cannot say that she lives with the ghost of the person involved, who gave her the hint of where to find her bones.
Oh, even the key to the stairwell that I got my shovel from was stolen by me.
“You, and you, come with me to the woods.” The older policeman couldn’t listen anymore so he ordered them. Then he turned to Lin You and said, “Sorry to trouble you, we’ll take down a record with you later.”
Although his voice was very polite, his eyes openly looked at her like she was a suspect, but Lin You wasn’t afraid. A few years ago, Teacher Lin wasn’t even in this city, and her background check would again reveal nothing.
She heard a faint disturbance in the dorm, like the arrival of the police alarmed the students. A circle of yellow seals was placed in the woods, and the students did not understand so they gathered and discussed. Because they couldn’t go downstairs, some people looked out the window curiously. The news spread, and within two minutes, the principal hurried over followed by two smaller leaders.
“Well, what happened, comrade police officer?” Principal Yu was a middle-aged man in his forties with a beer belly. Now he was out of breath, wiping his cold sweat, and he asked with confusion, “What happened to our school?”
The remaining police officers glanced at one another, and then at the nearby students. After dealing with many cases over the years, they certainly knew that they had to avoid crowded places—not to mention a group of young people.
“Let’s find a place to talk.”
The principal showed them to the conference room.
“To put it simply, someone reported to the police that you had a buried corpse here,” a policewoman explained, “We have already begun investigating.”
“How could this be—?”
Principal Yu almost lost his breath.
“Comrade police,” he said in a nice voice, “How can you bury, bury a body in a place where you educate people!”
Lin You didn’t hold back, “You really deserved to say that.”
Everyone could hear her ridiculing tone. Yu Liping realized there was a familiar face in the crowd. He looked her up and down suspiciously, recognizing the new student teacher. “You—“
“It was me who called 110,” she readily admitted, “What’s the problem?”
“How is the school sorry for you,” the principal was shaking with anger, and even his beer belly trembled, “When you slander the school so much?!”
So this was still using to obtain her slander.
“Don’t you dare be, then I have to ask your good nephew.”
Lin You raised her eyebrows.
“To nag girls finally placed her dead body—you didn’t forget the girl who disappeared a few years ago, right?”
Principal Yu was choked by these words and obviously remembered something. His face was green and white, and he seemed to be amazed at how this young woman knew about the rumors that his nephew once pestered a girl.
“Qiuliang just had an accident not long ago. Don’t smear someone based on someone who isn’t around to explain themselves!”
He was angry and nervous, his face was so stifled it almost looked like the color of pig liver, “What happened back then?—It takes two people to start a dispute. If she was really unwilling, couldn’t she refuse? She was the first to seduce Qiuliang in that nasty way—“
A crisp “pop” interrupted Yu Liping, and the entire conference room was silent.
Principal Yu’s left side of the face was scorching, and he glared a Lin You, “You fucking—“
“Is it loud?” Lin You asked coldly.
“If you feel asymmetrical, I can help fix the right side,” she said. “Listen to yourself, think about if what you’re saying is what a principal should say.”
As soon as she finished speaking, there was a knock on the conference. Then someone opened the door.
“We found the victim’s body in the woods.” It was the old policeman who had seen them before. He looked around the meeting room sternly. “There were also knives that are suspected to have been used to dismember the body, we’ll bring them back to the office and look for fingerprints.”
This sentence was ignored and Principal Yu, who was still had a little bit of hope, slowly fell into his chair with his last bit of strength, unable to say a word.
Lin You calmly held the policeman’s gaze, and she suddenly reacted.
“Was I fighting in front of you just now?” She quickly admitted her mistake in a good manner, “I am willing to bear the responsibility.”
The policemen looked at each other. To tell the truth, if it weren’t for their reputation that they couldn’t beat people, they would all be doing it.
Only the policewoman blinked.
“Did something happen just now?”
The truth of the missing case had come out, and now there was a lot of follow-up work to be done. Although Lin You turned a blind eye to the beating situation, she was taken to the local police station.
As for how she knew what happened back then, Lin You again was relying on that dream.
The fingerprints on the murder weapon were consistent with the fingerprints registered by Yu Qiuliang, and the time and motive of the crime were also a match.
She was naturally not a suspect. As for the dream, there was the story of the school being haunted. Lin You living in 402 was explained as just being weird, no matter how suspicious you can be, maybe things are really mysterious sometimes.
After finishing taking down the record, she could leave the station, where only Principal Yu and a few teachers were questioned about the details of that year.
As soon as she walked out of the door, Lin You saw a couple running hurriedly.
Seeing their dusty clothes, they had clearly come back from the country that night, their eyes were bloodshot.
She guessed who they were. “Are you Xue Yao’s parents?”
The couple nodded.
“You, who are you,” the mother asked, trembling. “Do you know where our Yaoyao is?”
Lin You knew that the police didn’t tell them the whole truth over the phone.
In fact, in the past few years, how could they not have a hunch. But before the final step, there is bound to be a glimmer of hope.
She looked quietly at the shadow standing still behind them.
“I’m her teacher,” Lin You said, “Go in, and the police will tell you.”
The parents repeatedly thanked her, and Lin you sighed behind them. She looked at Xue Yao, who was still looking in the direction of her parents—probably because the remains were taken to the police station, and she was not limited to the two dorm buildings.
No longer the bloody thing in the middle of the night, she now looked exactly like her ID photo. Reminiscing about the sadness of a few hours ago, Lin You always felt that it was a long time before seeing this face again.
“Don’t look at me like that,” Xue Yao feigned annoyance. “Obviously I can control my appearance.”
…But this one could not be controlled.
Xue Yao raised her head, and a bright red liquid slipped from the corner of her eyes like tears.
“Teacher,” she said softly, “Thank you.”
As her voice dropped, the scarlet color turned lighter, until it turned into perfectly clear tears. Her grievances were washed away, and the soul standing there quietly smiled.
There was a soft “ding” until the inorganic sound of the system echoed in her ears, Lin You realized that this was the sound that entered her mind.
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