Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Saturday Centus We Know Where all the Bodies are Buried

THIS IS A SATURDAY CENTUS POST

Miss Nonna from, Tasty Tales blog has persuaded Miss Jenny with our centus today!

We can use up to 108 words of any genre and extra photos! 
Nonna's prompt is

"We know where all the bodies are buried." ...and Yes, it may be scary!  Or not! Let the centus begin....



Here is my centus

While snapping pictures we noticed a bald man following us.




Who was he shooting?   Always steps behind us, he was annoying.  His phone rang and we overheard, "That many bodies? I'll soon know where."

Confused, we concentrated on his target, keeping a safe distance behind.





....would he ever stop? 

What was that blue thing he dropped?






Finally, he turned at this wall.  Hanging back, we shot pictures like tourists, until .......




He used a key and slipped inside.  When we turned around Mr. C.I.A.-man had vanished.  Now it was obvious what he was looking for and....
 "we know where all the bodies are buried...."




To be continued....



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26 comments:

Bookie said...

Brave soul to follow a suspcious man...now days I am leery of even looking at someone twice!

Nonna Beach said...

O.K. way to hook me in and have me clambering for MORE...Excellent, suspenseful read !!!

Dazee Dreamer said...

loved it. you must tell me more about the bald man, and what was the blue thing he dropped

anitamombanita said...

sweeet...you're going to have to tell us what happens!

Judie said...

Cough it up, Karen! TELL US MORE!! Hahaha!A nice mystery you're developing here!

xoxo

Sue said...

Intriguing. Most intriguing...

=)

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

This is entirely eerie and amusing. That bald man's done some shooting, alright. Can't wait for more!
xoRobyn

Cloudia said...

screen play!




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Jann Olson said...

OOH, I could here the 'Twilight Zone' music playing as I read your tantalizing mystery. What brave souls you were. Great job!
Jann

Rek said...

Fantastic idea with the pictures giving us a glimpse into the tale. Hope to see more.

darlin said...

I love this concept of adding photos to your story... fantastic writing and the photos really add to it! Have a great week Karen!

Lightverse said...

Okay...now I'm hooked, I want to read the next installment! (What a great pairing of story to photographs!)

Filip Demuinck said...

Special article, I am already curious for the second part.

Greetings,
Filip

Kelly Sedinger said...

Is following someone who talks on their cell phone about the locations of bodies a good idea? :)

Galen Pearl said...

I love these. You are so clever.

Jo said...

another cliffhanger ... i cant wait to read the end!

sage said...

Why is it always bald men doing the deed? lol You weave a great visual story, Karen.

Neil Killion said...

Hi Karen,
I accidentally ran across your blog. Great idea letting the photos tell the story. You may (or may not) also enjoy my main blog. In the recent post I interview myself.
Regards,
Neil

Carol L McK said...

Great photos and wonderful story ..... namaste, Carol ^_^ ~ thanks for coming by my blog ~ and I love your blog! Great job!

laurak@forestwalkart said...

nice photos and great story telling karen!
this bald man didn't have a...uh...rolled up carpet slung over his shoulder....did he?!!

Karen S. said...

Neil, thanks for stopping by. I'd enjoy checking out your blog, once I find where it is! I'll recheck Jenny's !

Karen S. said...

Kelly, thanks for stopping by...you are so right, it's not the greatest idea at all! ha ha

TICKLEBEAR said...

This gave me a good chuckle!!
Well done!!
:)~
HUGZ

JosephAlsarraf said...

I'm sure he was just filming some kind of documentary or, something. Maybe that was a piece of film package that he dropped, why do people always have to litter. : )

Ames said...

Didn't yer momma ever teach you surveilance??:)

Jenny said...

Uh oh. I hope you're not going to try and continue this with the peas in a pod prompt...although, if anyone could pull that off it would be you for sure!

Loved the suspense.

I love the pictures!

Really, really clever going this week dear Karen.