The Netmaker

"The Netmaker" the story follows four families who are all linked in some way to the Wilkinsons Lemonade Factory that was bombed during WW2. This is a tribute to the 107 people who lost their lives on 3rd May 1941


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 Yes, it was a boy; I called him Thomas.’

“How did you feel about that?’

“I was disappointed I wanted a girl.’

“Why did you wait six years before having another child?’

“It was J.J he wasn’t very big and he couldn’t get it in. I called him needle dick and he started to beat me so I told him that Tony had a massive cock.’

He then tried to force himself on me every time he got drunk until one night he must have got it in and I was pregnant again.’ When Sam was born I swore that he would never touch me again we never slept together after that.’

“He couldn’t wait to join up when the war started and I haven’t seen him since,’

“Is this when your heavy drinking started?’

“No, it started after Tom was born.’

“I want you to keep this image in your mind Emily every time you try to drink alcohol it will taste like the bitterest grapefruit you’ve ever had.’

“Have you eaten grapefruit before?’


Now,’ hold onto that thought and start to count back from twenty Emily start counting now.’

Twenty, nineteen, eighteen, seventeen, sixteen, fifteen, you are starting to feel more alert now. You are beginning to wake up. Fourteen, thirteen, twelve, eleven, ten, nine, eight, You are now waking up Emily you start to wake up seven, six, five, four, three, two, one. Angela snapped her fingers and Emily sat up.

“Was I out then, did you Hypnotise me?’

“Yes Emily I did, you revealed some things that happened in your childhood especially with your father.’

Emily began to cry and Angela put a comforting arm around her.

“You don’t have to feel guilty any more Emily; what your father did to you all those years ago was wrong. You know that now; he went to jail because of it.’

“Do you hate him for what he did to you?’

“No, I pity him more than anything else.’

“Have you forgiven him?’

“Yes, I told him so before he died of cancer five years ago.’

“Is your mother still alive?’

“Yes, but she still blames me for my fathers death. She said he died inside after going to jail.’

“One day Emily she will realise what she did to protect her husband and she will want you believe me.’ The good thing now is we now have a better understanding of why you drink and we can help you to recover.’

“Well done Emily; you can go back to the day room now and have a cigarette if you wish.’

Emily stood up then smiled at the professor then opened the door and closed it behind her.

The professor made some notes and kept the recording of the interview.

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