Monday, November 17, 2008

More of the murder

Anonomann is worried whether the dead in the mystery is a (or will be was) an "ex" volunteer or an extant one.
Fear not anono, he's an an Ex,
He was found at the door with a mysterious 3/4 inch hole bored into his heart.
The cops tazed him 3 times because he wouldn't stand up so that they could knock him down and cuff him after the hysterical 5th floor employee complained that he was annoying her by laying on the ground crying something about "help" and bleeding all over the new "welcome" mat.

It will be later found out that due to the particles of silver found in the wound, that he was killed by having a flute bored into his chest.
His last words, according to a passerby who didn't want to get involved, were.
"Tell Merghblaaaah" something or other.
but we don't know any of that yet.


Blogger butch said...

Aaahhh, the game is afoot! So we now have a murder, an innocent volunteer, actually ex-volunteer, who may or may not have been told never to darken the Benaroya foyer again, found dead at the door, being tazed by the cops who were responding to a complaint by some bitch up on the 5th floor. 3/4" wound in the middle of his chest is pretty cool, with silver particles mixed into the wound. Wow, what suspense, what forensics.
And it will continue when we find out who the police inspector will be, enit?

the WV is "mooth"


5:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey dude, did you realize that there was an Indian derelict hanging around the Benaroya front doors begging for quarters? He might have had something to do with the demise of the beloved ex-volunteer.

................Eddy E.

WV= tuncidom

5:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, Lane!
THanks for easing my fears as to who the murdered and the murdereress are!!!
I did not know the SSO has a "welcome mat"! Its "security" people once tried to unwelcome a good friend of mine while we were standing on the public sidewalk of Second Avenue!

2:42 AM  

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