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No trace of erased meadow phantom

Museum officials are still trying to piece together events that lead to one of our city's greatest art treasures losing its meadow. Officials say they are studying CCTV footage of the room in question but nothing suspicious has been noted. As a result the mayor has ordered authorities to conduct a house to house search of all those known to have been in the museum during the course of the morning. Said a spokesman for the mayor:

"A meadow is hardly something you can keep hidden for a long time, so we are confident that it will soon be restored to its rightful place."

Phantom eraser traced to meadow hideout?

Police say an anonymous tip-off could be the breakthrough they are looking for in the so-called phantom meadow theft. Police raided a country shed in the early hours of the morning after a member of the public complained about 'mooing noises' coming from a man's briefcase. Police using tracker dogs followed the case's progress to the hut - a popular site for partying students and courting couples. The briefcase contained several packets of 'La Vache Qui Rit' - a popular French cheese. A police spokesman admitted that no trace of the meadow had been found in the hut but said a thorough search of the surrounding countryside was in progress and that several members of the cattle fraternity were helping the police with their inquiries.

Artist erased meadow traces with special ink

Peter Alchem, a local art student has been charged with Mr. Alchem was traced after failing to erase fingerprints from a briefcase he used in a failed bid to place suspicion onto local farmers. According to reports Mr. Alchem used a special ink developed by his girlfriend to make the meadow disappear. Unconfirmed reports suggest that Mr. Alchem has now himself disappeared following a visit by his girlfriend. While police refused to confirm these reports the Mayor of Meadowhill berated police promising a very full and public inquiry.


This was fun and a great read.

17 June 2010 at 01:58  

Enjoyed reading that 'no trace' hmmm...nice story...made me smile...:)

17 June 2010 at 08:37  

What an original use of the words!

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17 June 2010 at 19:15  

Ah, the case of the disappearing meadow - a delightful read!

17 June 2010 at 22:10  

Very creative use of the prompts!

18 June 2010 at 01:07  

That was certainly different. The first line in the last paragraph reads a little funny. Might want to check it.

18 June 2010 at 03:10  

very creative paul, also like the lightness of the pace and whimsy of storyline paul...

19 June 2010 at 20:03  

Very fun and very creative.

21 June 2010 at 15:01  

hehe, lots of fun! I enjoyed this. :)

23 June 2010 at 22:27  

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