2010-02-15

CSI: Seattle Center

The GF and I checked out the Seattle Center in December and stumbled on a grisly scene. The Christmas Village in the Center House was the scene of ... a murder!




One person killed and another injured and hauled away to the hospital in a wheel barrow.


The police began questioning their suspects, and, as they usually do, went right to the Iceman.



After getting into an extended argument about profiling, the police finally realized he hadn't done it, because another victim was killed while they were interviewing the Iceman.

It was the boy's father.
The boy's father didn't suffer much. Probably because his BAC was .24



The carnage continued, with the boy's aunt next on the list.  She was brought down in the street, outside of where she worked.



The police were stumped at first, until they go the initial reports from the Medical Examiner's office.  The reports described the wound.  With that information, police quickly identified the murder weapon.


After doing some electronic research, the discovered that the boy and his father had been targeted for some time.  Two weeks earlier, someone broke into their home, stole all their eggs, and left a threatening note on the refrigerator.  Police, finally taking the complaint seriously, went back to the break in to look for fingerprints.  The found the window had already been replaced.


Local business leaders called on the police to handle the matter as discreetly as possible so as not to chase away tourists.

While the police tried to figure out who had been harrassing the family, then turned to their next normal suspect -- the Artist.  He wasn't like everyone else; he always looked at things differently, and the police "knew" how weird and dangerous they could be.

Then they began to learn the whole story.  The Artist would never hurt the boy.  Afterall, he was the boy's father! Yes, he took the eggs, but he needed them for his new piece and show.  He suggested they check out the boy's mother.  Lately she hadn't been happy with the way things went several years ago.  She was having second thoughts about putting the boy up for adoption.  She told the Artist she knew the courts would never give him back to her because of her job.  The boy never knew who she was, or that the Artist was his father.  They kept the secret from the boy -- the secret that the Artist met the mother at her place of business -- the brothel!


When police got there, she was already gone.  They tried to stop the trains before she could leave town.


But they were too late. The train was already gone.


They radioed ahead to the next town, and the local Sherriff stopped and personally searched the train.  She was no where to be found.  How had she escaped?  While the police searched the ground, she took to the air, off to reign terror on another town.


3 comments:

FishHawk said...

That was too cool! Can we be looking forward to some more episodes?

Daisy said...

Oh dear! It seems there is a lot of bad things that can happen in a small town...

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

This was hilarious! Thanks for this morning's laugh, and for reminding a modeler who takes it too seriously to lighten up!