Paranormal, Miss Nose (Osa Kymmenen)

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“When the crow flies 3 times past your nose. When you hear the chime of a bell no longer working. When you see the waves that aren’t waves. You will then find the person responsible.”

These words kept playing over and over in Miss Nose’s head. Poor Emmy didn’t know what to do next. As Miss Nose looks frustrated out the window, she sees the Northern Lights glimmering a green glow off Lake Michigan. Such an odd phenomenon to happen this far South. Emerald keeps watching the green sparkle and the lake glisten with the color of the Northern Lights upon it. She started to relax her mind and allow the thinking to just flow on its own. She started to dream about the conversation she had with Kendrick, Patrick, and Caroline. She started seeing the words from their conversation and then it hit her, she never asked Caroline about Brian’s father. How would they know he was dead if he is alive as Caroline states?

Miss Nose makes a note on her sticky note pad to follow-up with Caroline. She starts to make a list of possible questions to ask Caroline when she talks to her. The questions on Miss Nose’s screen say:

  • Who is Brian’s father?
  • How do you know he isn’t dead?
  • Did another man say he was Brian’s father?
  • Is this man dead?
  • Does Brian know who his father is?
  • Why have you kept his identity secret?
  • Who else knows who Brian’s father is?

Miss Nose paused a bit as she was working on the original article for the paper. She had to get the first one out. It is going to be a long night. Miss Nose loved working at the office but decided she needed the sanctity of home. She emailed herself the documents she was working on, grabbed her belongings, turned out her light, said good night to the cleaning crew, got on the elevator, and went to the parking garage to go home. All Miss Nose could think about was her nice little house on Lake Shore Drive.

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