Toswiah/Evie remembers leaving Denver in the middle of the night with very few personal belongings. Sounds horrible.
She remembers her mother buying literature from Jehovah's Witnesses who came to the door.
She remembers what it was like to say goodbye to her grandmother, who decided she was too old to start over in a new life.
Mama is now wrapped up in her new religion.
Toswiah/Evie describes her old house in Denver, specifically her room and Cameron/Anna's room, imagining how the realtor will lie about the people who lived there.
She recalls a journal entry in which she recorded her discovery that Daddy would testify that Mr. Dennis and Mr. Randall killed a boy—thus breaking the "Blue Wall of Silence" that says cops protect each other.
The narrator says her name is Evie now and gives us Evie's fake back story: She grew up in San Francisco and can talk about the city at length.