GREEN MEADOW (TWT) – This normally quiet
bird community is racked with anxiety and fear after the disappearances
of some 17 residents over the last two weeks. Authorities say they
believe the disappearances are related.
“The turned soil,
the blood, the feathers,” said Lt. Ava Ornis of the Green Meadow Sky
Patrol. “These crimes clearly fit a pattern. We’re up against someone
who is very smart, and very hard to catch.”
The fact that the disappeared were all last seen near wormholes has some residents fearing the local worm population.
been eating them for so long,” said a frightened mother of six, who
declined to give her name. “Would you be surprised if they wanted
vengeance? My kids are afraid to walk on the ground.”
I’m scared. Very scared,” said Jay Robins, a construction bird working
at a large nest site near the pond. “I think somebody needs to go down
into those holes and knock a few heads until they get to the bottom of
all this. That’s the only language these worm bastards understand.”
But officials warned the public not to jump to conclusions.
doing all we can to find and, we hope, eat the perpetrators of these
crimes,” Lt. Ornis said. “But until then, we remind our fellow birds
not to fear the worms. There’s just no way any worm could be smart
enough to kill birds.”
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