"If ye didn't look closely, you would hardly know they were there at all".
"They took that girl out of the field yesterday, she sat there every day sniffing lighter fuel of all things, she was gone, dead. They were still working on her in the ambulance, though I did hear later they got her back... She didn't look like the rest, she looked clean and respectable, nice looking. You know the others easily, they show the effects of the crack all over them, you know straight away, the ones on the crack. They are hardly ever alone and that makes them stand out even more. They are regulars now, people are used to them. They sit at the back of the fire station, five and six of them sometimes. They leave behind their empty lighters and empty bottles with burned tin foil wrapped around the necks. If you didn't look closely, you would hardly know they were there at all."