It was a beautiful day at our Los Angeles pad. Myself, Burt Ward, was just getting back from work with my best friend in the world Adam West. “Ah, solving mysteries and saving the day truly does tire a person out. Am I right my partner in crime?”, said Adam.
“What mystery did you solve?”, I inquired. “Why my quirky prodigy how have you forgotten? We just stopped that devious jokester from stealing precious minerals to fund destroying Gotham only this morning.”,exclaimed Adam. “I will not rest until my beloved city is safe from these villains.” “Adam, we 've gone over this a few times, you aren 't actually batman.” “What are you saying?! Robin i 'm surprised, you mustn 't be thinking clearly after this long day.” As I tried to explain …show more content…
When the land came into sight I noticed the dense forest surrounding the mountains at the center of the island. We got on the dock and headed to our quarters. On our way there we ran into the Mayor of this small community.
“Hello, and welcome esteemed guests to this little piece of paradise. Some of the locals are scared of old spirits and such, but it 's just superstition. I just wish they would let me open the island up more to outsiders like yourselves so that we could get more business. This island has many natural riches on it. But, I can 't change people 's minds, so there is no sense fussing about it. I better get back to work now. So you just enjoy your stay and don 't mind all the hullabaloo.” We thanked the mayor for his warm greeting and were back on our way. The rooms were incredibly nice, it also had a study that would work as an office for our investigation. Adam was unpacking in his room, so I decided to go on a walk. I turned the corner to leave the block I was on when an old man signaled me over. He must have been seventy, the hunch in his back and the scars on his face were indications I might not want to trust him. Nevertheless I listened to his tale.
“Strange things happen around these parts, the gods are angry at the people of this island. Noises wake us in the night, people have started to disappear. It 's not safe for outsiders like you and your tv star friend. Leave! And don 't look
The narrator dismembers the old man’s body after making sure he was completely dead. He then proceeds to conceal his body parts underneath the floor boards and makes sure he hides all evidence from the crime. The old man’s scream from earlier caused a neighbor to report to the cops and the narrator confidently invites him to look around. He states that the screams came from him after the nightmare he had and that the old man has left after the country. Being that he was so confident that they would not find out about the murder, he provided them chairs to sit in the old man’s room, right above where his body laid and engaged in conversation with them.
The narrator goes on to talk about how wisely he proceeded when stalking the old man, “it took me an hour to place my whole head within the opening so far that I could see him in his bed” (par 3).The amount of caution and patience he practiced during this
This is the message Kincaid, conveyed, when she expresses how tourist “marveled” at how in tune the Antiguans are with nature and how they are able to take simple things and create useful things and she tells the tourist that what you surprised at, the only reason why we are left in this state serving you because we don’t have the resource to escape our realities is because your ancenstors enslave us and left us poor that they benefited from. So you the tourist come, leaving your luxurious life to enjoy a pleasureable vacation all at the hands of the poor
On Day 9, your physical abilities were tested. Today, your problem solving skills were tested. Tomorrow, your engineering skills will be tested. Batman needs your help in rebuilding the once great city of Gotham. Much of it lies in a pile of rubble, creating a maze that seems impossible to navigate. Help Batman return Gotham to its original grandeur!
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“Damn...” the investigator exasperated. Then there was a moment of uneasy silence. “How did you get in this situation? Tell me again.” requested the investigator.
I followed the boardwalk, it took me nearly all night to find the town. By daybreak life in this strange land was in full swing. There was an archway with the word “Egocerterville” engraved on it, I
The forest got thinner and thinner until they came to the village. From where they were they could now see what made the village look shiny; it was the water around it. This village was built in the middle of a great lake. Even with its high walls you could still see the govenors palace peeking over
On the way into the city, the old man tried to start a conversation, but I was so shocked by the fact that I had experienced time travel that I was not very cooperative. Upon arriving in the city, I was amazed by what New York was
One beautiful day in california there were tommy and his family and his dog were in the backyard having a normal day but 1 hour later winds were picking up fast they went inside to get some food and when they went in the front yard people were screaming and they were winds up to 70mph and in the distance we saw a tornado!
The street was eerily quiet as I crossed. So was Mike. Staring at me unwaveringly, he said nothing as I approached. The crow's feet framing his eyes, the ridges in his forehead, and the crinkles in his cheeks still stand out in my mind. How many nights had he lain on that bench, covering his face as the wind whipped against it? Now he hugged his body tightly. He was wearing an old pair of tan khakis, a shirt that I couldn't see clearly, and a light multi-colored jacket, its sleeves ending above his pale wrists, that was just slightly too small and clung to his body. As I gave him the money in my wallet, he took it--slowly--and stared at it for a second in disbelief. Although the street in front of the library is usually an amalgam of car horns, headlights, whining engines throughout the night, nothing--not
Once passing the front lawn into the main lobby I was happy to find that the temperature inside was more appealing than outside. After this preliminary recognition, I was surprised and in awe of how shiny the floor of the front foyer was. When this inquiry was made I wondered if it was because the new Warden was strict. Nonetheless, I soon found out on my own that he was more laid back than I initially expected. This at first was a concern for me
Further on the narrator admitted that once he advised well. He was a young man and lived in a modest apartment in London, near Victoria Station. Late one afternoon he heard a ring at the bell. He opened the door to a total stranger. This moment kept me in suspense. Who was that stranger? Why did he come to the narrator? The narrator led him into his sitting room and begged him to sit down. Then the narrator offered him a cigarette and he had some difficulty in lighting it without letting go off his hat. When he had satisfactorily achieved his feat he