Refusing an Owl’s Offer

Is a Bad Idea

You refuse the subscription offer; you don’t need another magazine to keep up with and what kind of person keeps up with towels and sponges?

The towel figure realizes that you have refused his offer. He doesn’t hoot; he simply drops the jewels, jumps into a nearby tree, and vanishes. You begin to wonder what happened when you hear a bell ring. Uh oh.

Suddenly you feel something sharp prick your neck and darkness takes you. You wake up in a lab and strapped to a surgical table. A large white cat in a lab coat jumps on your chest and starts purring loudly as he stares you in the face. Still angered that his previous plan to capture you had failed, the mad scientist is now determined that this one will not get away.

     You have fallen victim to the Mad Scientist who lurks about the bridge for unsuspecting volunteers for his experiments. You will most likely be found running from trail to trail, wearing a mask, and scaring little children should they stray too close to the brightly colored box in the woods set up next to the trail on purpose.

But this does not have to be the end. Go Back to the previous page.

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Author: pathweaver34

My name is Isaac Craft. I've got a bachelors in Mass Communications, an Associates in Graphic Design, and I'm an aspiring novelist.

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