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Lalaloopsy
11-18-2015, 07:17 AM
Who wants to play a game?
I'll write up a description of a missing person and you have to add to the story, deepening the mystery with each new post.

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Nina, a nervous/cautious/paranoid 19 year old college student was walking home at 10 p.m on a chilly November night in a small Oregon town. She didn't/doesn't own a car, so everyday she walks an hour into town to get to college, she also walks home. But on the windy night she went missing she made a phone call to her older brother, Josh, to come and her up. She claimed that there were a group of drunk men at the end of her usual path, so she turned around before they saw her and headed to the parking lot a local mall (store closed for the night). She told her brother that she would wait there until he came to pick her up.
About 20 minutes later Josh arrived and Nina was nowhere to be seen.
She's been missing for two days now and her parents have called the police. No trace of has been found.

HeavyAirship
11-20-2015, 05:45 PM
When the story was reported on the local news a sophomore from Nina's college came forward with a strange report. He claimed to have seen her the day after she was reported to have gone missing. He was working at his father's hardware store when he saw her and two Asian women enter the store and purchase shovels and tarps. He noted she seemed to have bruising on her right arm. They didn't speak to each other but she appeared to recognize him when he waved at her. An examination of the security footage from the hardware store corroborated his story.

Lalaloopsy
11-22-2015, 10:14 PM
When the story was reported on the local news a sophomore from Nina's college came forward with a strange report. He claimed to have seen her the day after she was reported to have gone missing. He was working at his father's hardware store when he saw her and two Asian women enter the store and purchase shovels and tarps. He noted she seemed to have bruising on her right arm. They didn't speak to each other but she appeared to recognize him when he waved at her. An examination of the security footage from the hardware store corroborated his story.

Hoping that she was still Alive, Nina's family took the case into their own hands, unhappy with the slow progress from the police. Three days after she vanished, Nina's parents received a letter in the mail saying......