Ken is feeling unsettled from a recent event, that feeling being
ALLEN: You thought you were being followed?
KEN: I didn't say that, Allen.
ALLEN: But you asked it. Were you?
KEN: (a moment, then:) I don't know.
ALLEN: Who by?
KEN: I don't know.
ALLEN: Are you working a case where someone might be after you?
ALLEN: Is it a feeling you've had before?--that people are following you?
KEN: Allen. Enough.
(ALLEN lets the questions go, feeling a bit rejected. KEN sees this.)
KEN: It didn't have the feel of someone from a case.
ALLEN: Being followed has different feels?
KEN: It felt playful.
KEN: Somehow. I was jogging through Enger Park when I sensed it--coming up on my left, just behind the trees. And then it was on my right! – it had cut across at some point but still out of sight. I decided to try outrun it. And did! I
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