The Case of the Disappearing Marshmallow’s Part 5

23 Jan

​Last time on the case of the disappearing marshmallow’s Peter received this note which read,
“you have come this far Peter the Frog, so you won’t mind going a little further if you love your precious marshmallow’s. After you’re done reading this note I want to go outside to the corner of the street and wait for the bus number 23. Get on the bus and wait for my next set of instructions. If for some reason you miss the bus or try something tricky, you can say good bye to your lovely’s.”
​Peter calmly left the cafe while stuffing the note in his pocket. He walked to the corner and waited for bus 23 to arrive. As he waited Peters mind rushed with a frenzy of thoughts. He felt like he was in the midst of a mystery he just couldn’t figure out. What are the clues he thought to himself. Perhaps there is something in the text. Maybe there is some clue in the note. As Peter’s mind raced, bus 23 pulled up. As the door to the bus opened slowly, Peter stepped forward. As he walked through the door, he knew he was entering into a world of danger in which he would not be able to return.

​Peter sat near the door in case he needed to make a fast escape. He didn’t know what to expect. He pulled the note out of his pocket trying to figure out what to do. The note gave him no clues. He waited for something, for anything. He looked at his frog berry. He had been on the bus for over 30 minutes and just when he was about to give up, his frog berry buzzed. The text read,

“Get off at the next stop, and I’ll be waiting for you behind the purple elephant.”

​The bus slowed to a stop and the door opened. Peter stepped out the door and looked around with intensity. He looked in every direction, but saw no purple elephant. As the bus pulled away Peter looked where it had just been and there was it was. The purple elephant was across the street. It wasn’t what he had expected at all. He was looking for a statue or something, but it was a toy factory. He walked down the alley to get behind the factory. As he turned the corner what he saw almost made him drop to his knees. Pablo the Porcupine stood before Peter with a small pile of marshmallows at his feet.

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