CCRH #8: MISSING PERSON

Hello,

This is an automated message being sent out to the entirety of Beavertail (Or at least the ones of ya’ll whose email addresses I was able to find which, to be honest, wasn’t many) regarding a new missing person here in town. Local resident and best-selling author, Todd Sinnoh has been missing for 48 hours now. He was last seen leaving the Denny’s on Main Street in what local residents are calling a “very distressed state”. He was wearing a long brown trench coat and floppy brown hat that eye-witnesses described as looking “like when Raphael from Ninja Turtles or the Thing wanted to blend in among normal people.” His wife, Alice Sinnoh is deeply distressed by this disappearance and seemed to think this should take priority over the on-going investigation into Deborah Forest. I’m not sure if I agree with this. As such, if you find yourself walking alone in the woods at night and you find some evidence as to the disappearance of Deborah as well as some evidence as to the disappearance of this Todd person, but for some reason can only report one piece of evidence, please report the evidence relating to Deborah. We should really go in chronological order with these Missing Persons cases. First we’ll solve Deborah. Then we can see what happened to that football player, Matt Hoenn, who’s been missing a couple weeks now, THEN we can focus on Todd.

Thank you for your time,


Featuring Matthew Schott and Jon Meyer,*
with Alison Wein, Becky Granger, and Garrett Collins

Created by Matthew Schott
Edited by Trevor Scott
Theme Music by Chris Callahan

Produced by Julia Katz, Chelsea Rugg, and Andrew Terrance Kaberline

*Matthew and Jon can be seen in the upcoming production of “The Mysterious Death, of That Guy Who Lived Below Max and Beth” by Mark Staufenberg – August 9, 8:30pm  as part of Samuel French’s 41st Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival


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