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Inn-Spectre’s Case of the Runaway Girl Report #2

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Hidden : 04/12/2012
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The Inn-Spectre has been tasked to find a runaway girl. Easy enough, but the girl is quick, and leaves nothing more than a clue behind.....

The general Public have helped decipher the first report, and a search has taken place by Chuffbert P.I. who had to hire in a stool pigeon to cough up the final vital clue. He found the container, which he was told to keep safe. He decided upon a password that was eight characters long, so he picked Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

(Is that tumble weed drifting past?)

The clue took the Inn-Spectre to the meeting place of the Seven Dwarves. The girl, by that time, had already gone.

As the Dwarves were there,  I was then able to conduct interviews with the witnesses that had been seen posing in a photograph with the missing girl.

Interviews were held.

Statements were taken off:


Snow White was not available as she was out gathering apples. As you do.

The Inn-Spectre's Clerk is on leave, so his cheap answering service leased from Sky (based overseas) recorded the public statement, click here to see if you can make sense of it...

Yours Aye,


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