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Streets are Quiet– Too Quiet

During the winter one can expect that more and more people will attempt to find shelter.  What doesn’t usually happen is that many heavily populated streets are bare of the heavy feel associated with the unfortunate.  It’s becoming more and more apparent that something sinister is on the rise.

The papers ran that people must have been eating cat.  News flared that the raccoon population had started to even out (perhaps thanks to the infamous Toronto raccoon vigil) and that maybe people were taking the rodents in as pets.  Neither sound like a solid explanation, and those who look for what goes bump in the night know… keep your eyes open.

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