An extract from a newspaper article – November 2045

….she staged what was to become her most controversial piece of work. In May 2007 she was discovered to be writing a blog that alluded to the possibility of a bottle filled with priceless jewellery being buried somewhere within the vicinity of Luddley-cum-Mogwash. Pantomime writer, Sebastian St. Johnson, revealed this to be a hoax after he broke into her home and stole the Bottle of Truth. He smashed the bottle open only to find a message that read: ‘To whom it may concern….

12 thoughts on “An extract from a newspaper article – November 2045

      1. Scarlet Post author

        You are very kind, Mr Wells, but I fear that if I keep this story trundling along at this sort of pace then someone will strike me over the head with an empty Campari bottle…. again!
        Sx

  1. IDV

    A hoax! I should bloody well hope not after all the time, effort and wildly flailing deducing I’ve put into this. I would hope that the only part which may be a hoax is that the Bottle of Greed is buried near Luddley-cum-Mogwash (something I’ve never quite believed from the outset). Please?

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