Discovered early Tuesday morning this week, the door to Walker Green's house was found open, with the homeowner found dead on the floor in another
gruesome display. Being the third murder this month, officials and citizens alike are fearful for what this could mean for the no-longer peaceful city of
Wanderburg. With an account from Maria Gemm,
I heard a scream very late that night... The storm was very loud, so I thought it had something to do with it,
I didn't realize something was wrong until I heard some window break... I wasn't the one to find him, but I was worried to say the least. At this time,
no one has been able to locate Green's son, Tracie Walker. If anyone has any info on where he was or who the murderer could be, please phone in tips
to (555) 555-5555.
Reports have been flooding in about strange noises being heard in the forest. Witnesses claim to have heard a noise from anything between a wolf
to a bear to what may be a sasquach. No reports have been proven as such, but nonetheless officials are investigating any suspicious activity. Whether or not it is
involved with the recent string of murders no one can confirm, but the Mayor Susan says:
Things happen all around the city, so just bare with us and do what you
can to stay safe. Rumors of the forest being fenced off in the near future are still being investigated.
With all of the chaos going on in the city, we were lucky enough to have found a young man by the name of Spoon who had successfully saved another
young boy's cat from a tree in Wanderburg Park. Using rather unconventional methods, he managed to scale the tree and hand-- or rather, scoop--the poor kitty
down to the family.
I didn't know what I was thinking, Spoon said to the fire department that had to come save him afterwards,
I didn't think that it was such a
far ways down! The family was very thankful for Spoon's actions, regardless.