The Mystery Lady

18 02 2011

My niece was in an accident recently when someone ran a stop light and T-boned her vehicle. Fortunately, her injuries were minor but her car is toast. The local paper, The Wilson Times, ran a story which included a picture of her being rolled away on a stretcher. There was a lady in the picture who appeared to be having a really bad hair and make-up day. No one was able to recognize her so I did a little research in an effort to find out who this strange lady was.

I ran down the photographer, Mathew, from the newspaper. He said he remembered this lady well because when he showed up at the scene she was fighting the ambulance attendants, who thought she was injured, and were trying to put her on a stretcher. One EMT, Viki, was heard to say that anyone who looked that bad had to be in pain.

The photographer said when she saw his camera she asked him if he was from the newspaper. When he told her he was, she began to harass him asking him to take her picture. When he took the first picture of my niece, this mystery lady jumped in front of the camera, blocking the view of the stretcher so he had to shoot it again.

Mystery Lady

He found this photograph among his files and thought it could be her, only he said she is much, much younger in this picture. She is believed to be a recent drop-out from Peaches Hair and Nail Academy. She was last seen wearing mismatched flip-flops (one red and one blue), a Duke sweat shirt and stressed, very stressed blue jeans. If you recognize this lady call BR549 and ask for Lafawnduh.

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2 responses

27 02 2011
Anna Anthony

HAHAHA!! She saw the picture and said “who is that old woman?” And I can assure you she wouldn’t be caught dead in anything Duke 🙂

27 02 2011
Bill Taylor

Hey, there are worse things in life than being seen in public wearing a Duke sweat shirt. she’d probably pick that over a pair of mama jeans and no make-up. Hope you had a good trip!

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