Dig?

13 11 2009
drustan s

Drustan O'Stoat, now deceased

Our mysterious fish messenger is back. The word ‘Dig’ was left in assorted aquatic creatures and shells on the O’Stoat family vault some time before yesterday morning. I was alerted to the presence of the word by Master Owen Davies. It is a curious invitation. Was it made by the same person who left us the words ‘dead’ linked to the recent, unresolved murder at the O’Stoat mansion? What would be the use of digging up those long since deceased?

Doc Willoughby’s study of the gory remains leads him to think that the victim of the recent mansion murder was Drustan O’Stoat, son of Melisandra and Durosimi O’Stoat. One can only imagine what terrible circumstances led these two parents to murder their offspring.

Search parties on the island have yet to find any trace of the pair. I am not encouraging citizens to open the O’Stoat tomb. If whoever is leaving these messages actually knows something, will they please come forward and make their insight known.


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17 11 2009
Politeness Jones

I think it is clearly some sea devil who causes all these fish and crabs and things to spell out words. We should get the Reverend Davies to bless the coastline, so the evil fiend cannot cause more confusion among the faithful! Let the fish stay in the sea, that’s what I say!

Would anybody like to buy some well-matured seafood? I have a barrowful of nicely aged crab – it brings out the flavour…

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