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Random curiosity. I feel like, even if you went there first or second, we didn't get the complete story of what went down at Lawrence's apartment. The gun hadn't been fired in at least a week, but I suppose a reasoning is it takes a Fable a week to die from a gunshot?
For all the interest Bigby had in the sharp knife, he didn't examine it thoroughly enough for my liking and if he shot himself, why was the knife bloody?
Why does Bigby regularly mention that the blood is sticky? Is that just a technical thing that tells how old a crime scene may be?
And lastly, Lawrence says something to the effect of "I shot myself to end Faith's burden, or at least that's what I think happened." That statement with the sleeping pills leads me to believe more went down at his apartment and he may've been in attacked, shot with a gun, and led to believe he tried to kill himself.
These may be answered in later installments or I could simply be grasping at straws, but I feel there's more to his story.