Jess raised her chin as she walked down the steps of the police station, knowing that she was being watched, and not wanting to give anything away. She'd been rattled by the police turning up at her door. She wasn't going to deny that. But she wasn't going to let everybody else see that. Somebody had thought that it was a good idea to throw another party tonight, the first since the murder. Jess's parents had been reluctant about letting her go after what had happened at the last one, but she'd talked them into letting her go. She needed to let loose and get high without having to worry about anyone noticing. But right now, she needed to do some shopping. She was running low on her favourite red lipstick as well as some other bits and pieces. Spence pulled on his leather jacket and headed out. He'd arranged to meet up with some friends, but he was starting to regret that decision. Being with friends usually involved at least one person wanting to get food, and then everybody ended up getting food, and things just got awkward for him. Especially today when he wasn't in the best of moods as it was. His mom and dad had started getting suspicious about his eating habits, so it was probably time to change them. He was tired of this constantly changing pattern and of how it made him feel, but the thoughts wouldn't let him stop. He needed to be thinner, thinner, thinner. He ran his hand through his hair as he sat down on the steps where they usually all met.