Sunday, July 22, 2007

T A T U M meets M O T H M A N

Tatum entered the foyer of the hotel looking for the guy from the entertainment magazine. She was nervous because she had not done an interview for quite some time and was afraid that this interviewer would pull some sort of dirt search.

As she walked through the lobby she noticed a tall man in a long grey coat wearing dark sunglasses though she was convinced that she could see two red eyes beaming from behind the black lenses. She stopped in front of him and peered into his glasses. She was unsure why she was doing this but felt that he was okay with it. She thought that he wanted her to be doing this.

He opened up his coat and she was horrified to see that instead of a body, it appeared that there was a thick cloud seeping up through the lapels. He slowly enveloped her in his arms and she smiled. She was going to be taken care of....

Meanwhile - in the Penthouse of the hotel, J---- M--l B------- was embracing ---------- in a long and meaningful hug. J---- was shirtless and ---- marveled at how smooth the young man's back was.
Tatum stepped into the the world of the Mothman and looked around. She was on the beach and it felt lightly breezy. But it wasn't salty like the ocean - it was strangely fresh and stagnant at the same time.


Wilkommen to Lake Michigan.

She turned around to face E----- R-------.
I thought you were the d------ f--. She said.

Touche'.

Don't follow him Tatum!

She turned to see ---- racing towards her through the fog.

You must return with me to the hotel - the Mothman has confused you again.

Tatum nodded.

Okay,
she said, Okay.


We can slowly feel Tatum slipping back to us and we feel uplifted and content. We've always loved Tatum

-from a Point Pleasant Chamber of Commerce Post Card
Point Pleasant, West Virginia

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