Chicago Hotel

In the early morning hours of Friday, December 1, 2016, a car pulled up in front of the hotel, and a woman wearing a mask climbed out and started walking towards it.

As the woman went to pick up her luggage, she was shot twice in the chest.

She was rushed to the hospital, but died a short time later.

Her name is Marjorie Merritt, and she is now in a wheelchair.

As a child, Marjory had never seen anything like it.

It was the first time she had ever seen a man die.

A month earlier, on September 28, she had been on her way home from the beach, when a man with a gun walked up behind her and opened fire.

She lost her leg, her arm, and her eyesight, and was diagnosed with a rare and debilitating form of eye disease.

She spent five years in intensive care and, after her recovery, had her prosthetic eye surgically removed in 2016.

It had taken a long time, but the hospital had finally accepted her.

She and her family had been hoping for a better future.

Marjie’s father, John Merriff, was one of the few people left who had been able to leave.

His job as a truck driver had given him a better life, and when he finally managed to leave the city in the summer of 2001, he left behind Marjoree and her two younger siblings.

After a while, John decided to sell his truck and settle down in the desert outside Las Vegas.

He rented a small house, and for years he kept busy working at a ranch.

One day, however, a couple of months after moving in, John’s wife discovered that his truck had broken down and he was looking for work.

She decided to take him in.

The couple had been married for nearly 40 years, but had just had their daughter born the previous year.

Mariah was very protective of her daughter, and John was a bit worried that he would not be able to provide for her.

He was worried that she would leave him and take her to the States to live with her mother.

John had always dreamed of starting a family.

Marajie had always wanted to become a mother herself, but never thought she would have to wait until she was a child to start one.

“I don’t know why I was worried about that,” she said.

“It was not something I thought about at the time.”

In 2006, Mariah had the operation that had given her the sight loss.

She had lost her sight in the face, but it did not stop her from being able to communicate with her children.

But for the first few months after the operation, her vision slowly started to return, and in the winter of 2008, she started to feel some movement in her right eye.

It turned out to be her cornea, the lens that contains the light-sensitive part of her retina.

The operation was not perfect, but she was able to move it again in the spring of 2009.

And by the summer she was walking with the aid of a prosthetic.

Marijorie’s mother told her she would never forget the day that John and Marjorie were married, and that she had never been happier in her life.

In February, 2009, Marijie’s vision was returned to normal.

John was able get a job as an accountant and, at the end of that year, he began working at the family ranch in the Nevada desert.

It soon became apparent that the ranch was not as wealthy as John had thought.

As he worked at his father’s ranch, the economy in Las Vegas was going south.

John’s income was dropping.

His house was falling apart.

His business was suffering.

And as his earnings started to drop, he was starting to worry about what would happen to his family.

He had to take a leave of absence.

His son, Jonathan, was also on leave of absentees.

MarJorie’s father told her that if she did not find work soon, he would consider taking her and her children to live in the US.

It became apparent to Marjoria that she needed to leave her son and her husband and move with them.

Her parents, who had also been on leave, wanted nothing to do with her.

John, who was working as a construction worker, was worried his son would never be able see his family again.

He worried that Marjiah would leave with them, and would not know where to go.

It would be hard for Marjia to go back to her home country without her family, and to keep them safe.

She wanted to leave them, but John had been thinking about leaving the country.

“Marjorie’s parents wanted me to leave,” he said.

He would be going to California with his wife and three young children.

“If I left them