In Part 6, we hear one of Bob Hansen’s more colorful phrases (“frickin’ tit in a wringer”). We also learn that he’s abandoned his house in favor of his bakery, which is presumably a safer place to hide from the inevitable post-Cindy appearance of the Anchorage Police.
We also see him shading the truth, as he explains he had some trouble with a prostitute, who was likely to try and blackmail him. But leaves out the handcuffs, bear skin rug and firearm. He does admit to taking her to his home. And, while Bob doesn’t mention it here, it’s highly likely he also told Henning that his (Hansen’s) wife and kids were out of town.
So right there is double trouble. The cops. And Darla.
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