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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The case of the missing chicken.

A week from today (or something like that), Mary Paddock (my mother) placed two frozen chicken packages on the counter, then she just left them there. Over the hour my family all went through the kitchen, seeing the two chickens placed there. But there was a moment of silence in the kitchen, no entered the kitchen, or left it, it was empty.

My mother went back into the chicken an asked, "Where did that chicken package go?" We all started to look for it; but we searched for an hour, still no sign of the chicken package. Another hour passed and still no sign of it at all. After a few minutes of research, here are the possibilities we suggested:

A. Aliens; we believe that aliens wanted to see what exactly we humans ate, so they froze time and abducted the chicken package and unfroze time and left. The proof for this, well there isn't exactly any, but there was a short time where I didn't remember anything, so that obvious proof that aliens did it.

B. Solomon, the dog we put down a few weeks ago, came back from the dead and took it. The proof for this is, when he was still alive, he loved chicken, and few days ago a bottle high up on the counter, was found in another dogs bed, the cap screwed off and completely open. The strange thing is, we started taking those vitamins when he was older, and he hated them. So he may of figured the other dog would like them.

C. A vortex in our house took it. The proof for this is, objects just disappear around our house. Here's an actual documented case of this happening:
Me and my brother[s] were just throwing a toy ball over the house, we had thrown it over many more times before, and it always landed on the other side of the house. It was my toy ball and I wanted it back, but my brother said, 'no' and through it over any way. We all ran over to the other side of the house, but the toy ball was nowhere to be found. We all looked around but it was NOWHERE AT ALL! We looked and looked and still nothing, we even went on the roof, it wasn't there either, still to this day, that toy ball is missing, nowhere to be found.

After careful observation, possibility (B) is the most possible out of all of them, but possibility (C) has strong support to. Really, we do not no where it is today, strange.


  1. Sam, dear, we put Solomon to sleep a week and a half ago. Not weeks ago. Otherwise, I'm in favor of option B, though option C is possible. Would explain what happens to all the Christmas cookies, my socks, and your dad's flashlights.

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  3. Hi Sam, I found your article quite amusing. How strange that a package of frozen chicken can disappear out of nowhere. What a fascinating observance you have concluded to.

    I would say that I'm in most favor of option C, because that is what you and your mother have the most evidence for. However, I'm considering option B. Perhaps, Solomon really did resurrect. I also have a feeling that even if aliens do exist, they wouldn’t just visit earth for a package of chicken, right?

    - Kristine