Spoof Writers Continue To Vanish

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Monday, 15 November 2010

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Agent Scully-Mulder And Two Fellow Agents Investigate The Bizarre Case

Washington, DC-- The FBI and Interpol are still continuing to investigate the strange disappearances of dozens of spoof writers. The 'writers' post stories on a bizarre British website called TheSpoof.com. Then they seem to cease to exist. Special Agent Dana Scully-Mulder has been working on the case for months and has some eerie updates about the chilling case.

"Of course, we suspected a serial killer right away. The site's owner is an extremely violent, babbling madman named Mark. Too bad he has an alibi--he was in a mental hospital." she said.

"There is a paranormal flavor to the case." continued Agent Scully-Mulder. It has now been upgraded to an X-File."

The agent noted that many of the missing writers are still able to send emails. No one can track where the emails come from.

"The emails do not have an electronic thumbprint, so to speak. They simply appear from nowhere. It's very puzzling." said the flame-haired agent.

Agent Scully-Mulder now believes the vanished writers could be in some other dimension.

"They might be in Limbo. They neither exist nor don't exist. They are in a Phantom Zone." she stated bluntly.

The agent had one disappearance that especially troubled her. She knew the writer from a previous X-File, and felt concerned.

"The strangest case involved a writer named Hydrogen Balloon. He was a very weird man." she said sadly. "One day he was writing a story, and all of the su

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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