partition, imagination, salvation, mirror image, green power, highway, roasting marshmallows, serial killer, autograph, cartography
Mini Challenge: cell phone, Big Mac, panther, legendary, poets corner
A continuation of last weeks Raven's Challenge.
Martin Flask, the alleged attacker of Jennifer, put down the Daily News, and after reading the first page he understood why Jennifer acted as she did. There was a serial killer in this community. Jennifer imagination came into play when he stopped to talk to her about an article he wanted to put in her college newspaper. He had been contacted by a Cartography company which had hired him to map an area to be partitioned for wind power. Green power was coming to this community,a possible tiny start to salvation for the planet.
They were down by the river in the Crystal Stream Park roasting marshmallows, when the attacks occured Crystal Stream Park was near the highway. Jennifer began to shake when she read this. She hadn't wanted to turn on the TV for she was sure that they would talk on and on, about the bodies found. They were laid out in a mirrored image of each other on the ground. A page of a signed autographed copy of Silent Death by Jason Hood a known serial killer was found near the bodies. The time of death they thought was about the time she was confronted by Martin Flask. She had overreacted. Martin Flask was not threatening her, but what did he want? She would have to contact him with an apology,meeting him in a public place. Research would still be in line, a little information on Professor Flask would help in the meeting, and the information gathered may be used in The Panther Knows, her newspaper. Martin Flask was legendary in the field of math. He also appeared to a humanitarian. She hoped that by accusing him of an attack she had not ruined a great reputation.
The call on her cell phone was awkward. He agreed to meet with her at the poets corner, and she agreed to bring two Big Macs.
Her cell phone became a great asset in getting information on the location of the gypsy community in her town. A much safer way for Sandy Shore to go to find the young man she met on the bus with a llama. There was a legendary Poets Corner run by a man called Big Mac, hopefully she find the young man there.
The Poets Corner was lit in fake candle light. It was small, with round tables. A small stage area was in the front. The room was crowded, but quiet, listening to the speaker on the stage. It was hard to see individual faces, but there was her penguin, the llama, and a panther in attendance. Her young man must be there somewhere.