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Feb. 3rd, 2016


Penny R

[After talking with Atticus.]

[Locked to Penny R, as Sheriff Martin]
Dr. Ross, Mr. McVickers should be clear to see his parents. I'm outta town, but if you'd like me to send a deputy to accompany him, to make sure he don't disturb nothing, I can do that. Lemme know what you need so he can get what he needs.

Feb. 1st, 2016



I would like to pose an open query about things people did to act out during their lives. It could be stuff you did while you were super young, or during a mid-life crisis (I'm still learning about this phenomenon), or just while super bored. What did you do, and what were you attempting to accomplish with the action?

Jan. 30th, 2016


Fax - Sheriff's Office - From ME's office

[Fax to the Sheriff's office]

After This

[The finished intake paperwork arrives just a few minutes later than expected due to the phone call, but it's filled out properly and everything is in order. The remains of two individuals, preliminary investigation and cause of death seems to be carbon monoxide poisoning, the ME's office will confirm with postmortem examination. Preliminary blood samples show a carbon monoxide level well above fatal, and the visual examination of the skin pigmentation are all consistent with carbon monoxide poisoning.

The preliminary report paperwork is likewise in order.

Given the information that the oven was not, in fact, on the ME's office is waiting for confirmation from the police investigation on whether faulty ventilation from a wood stove/central heating/chemicals/gas leak/generator etc could have caused exposure to rule out anything accidental.

The ME's office is also requesting any information related to the mental health of the deceased, and anything that points to or rules out suicide.

Lastly, the ME's office will, of course, be in touch regarding anything that indicates foul play.

The paperwork also states that the ME's office spoke with next of kin who will be arriving in town in approximately one day. There is a statement of the conversation that took place. Including recommending the funeral home, which isn't illegal but could be frowned upon in a town that had more than one. She is used to covering her butt.

Signed with her signature and a date that says 2016 but its clear it originally said 2015 because she just ain't quite used to that shit yet. And she wishes it wasn't unprofessional to write "Hey Stephanie, call me." on the bottom of the cover sheet, but she doesn't because that's super unprofessional.

Jan. 29th, 2016


Penny R

[Call to the Medical Examiner's office]
[Not too long after this. Midday, from his cell, which registers as A. McVickers. Ring.]


Narrative: Penny Ross @ the B&B and the ME Office

Who: Penny Ross and some NPC types
Where: The ME's office and the B&B
What: Dead People!
When: After this is reported
Warnings: Dead people

The Macabre Nancy Drew )

Jan. 9th, 2016




First i had a nice half a chat with someone in a compartment, sharing a couple of swig of champagne until I scared you okay?

Also, we had a nice chat about how charming I am, but look I'm Claude and I'm not sure who you were.

Jan. 7th, 2016



[As Jason Woods.]

I think I'm going to start asking people if they're not hungover instead.

Jan. 6th, 2016



Tylenol PM and Red Bull does not require your judgment, little pharmacy clerk. I'm a doctor.

Dec. 27th, 2015


Rumballs. Thank you baby Jesus Santa for rumballs. You can eat them on the Eliptical.

Dec. 10th, 2015


Log: Penny and Clementine @ Bingo Night

Who: Penny Ross and Clementine Murphy
What: BINGO!
Where: Bringing booze to the rec center.
When: Tuesday
Warnings/Rating: This program has been rated S for Shenanigans.

Two blondes walk into a Bingo Hall )

Dec. 6th, 2015



Anyone with a real nice car willing to give a gal a ride to the Capital? I reckon I'd rather male than female. Go on and tell me I ain't a feminist, but women are biting as fleas, and I ain't no exception.



Christmas will be here soon, and that means you ought to buy something strange for a loved one. Featured items at the Repose Antique Store this week include:

A set of turn-of-the-century silver flatware that will cost you less to take home than its original owner paid her maid to polish it.

A very fine plique-à-jour enamel bottle.

A doll, as-is, with a bisque head I would very much not like to see looking at me from the shelf anymore, and will part with for an excellent price as a result.

Intrigued? We are open until 8 AM - 5 PM on weekdays, and 10 AM - 3 PM on Saturday. Appointments outside regular hours available by request. Get what you want now, or the next hipster girl in from the capitol will get to it first.

[OOC note regarding linked objects. More information on these two objects in that post. The other items on the 'For Sale' post are available by walk-in to the antique store.]

Dec. 1st, 2015



No, there are no post-Black Friday sales. There were no pre-Black Friday sales, no actual Black Friday sales, and no Cyber Monday sales on laundry.

Nov. 30th, 2015



[Sent to Deputy Stephanie M.]
[A very harmless Carnival ticket. No note.]

[Meredith J.]

Have time for a reading?


I could have sworn I heard Latin chanting at the church, yesterday. That's not typical for a small town, is it?

Nov. 20th, 2015


What is it about vacation and coming home and needing a vacation from the vacation?

[Graham Ross]

Want to go out tonight? I got you a ridiculous tee shirt. You don't have to wear it, just knowing you own it is enough for me.