Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Posted by C.A. Kunz at 6:33 PM
Didn't I tell you that there were big goings on at the masquerade? Now you understand why I can't believe I forgot to include this footage earlier. Well if you're new to my blog, welcome to my little investigative site and continuing research into the life of one odd girl, Cat Colvin. If you're not new, then welcome back and thanks for all of your help thus far. Above you will see Stu's interpretation of the mask that Cat was wearing at the ball, and please don't go too hard on his artistic abilities because his feelings are easily hurt. Anyway, there are two symbols on the mask that I will need your help deciphering. All that I have been able to garner is that they are Celtic in nature.
I'm beginning to notice more and more that weird follows Cat around like a love sick puppy, not always her fault, but she is always present. People are getting stranger by the minute, friends against friend, clique against clique. I remember two groups in particular even had your classic stand-off at the masquerade, but no actual blows were landed. Now, let's continue further down the rabbit hole shall we with further chronicled escapades of one Cat Colvin. As always, keep to the shadows and keep your eyes open.
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
The book covers have been sent out to a few people to help examine them and see if there is something in their artwork, so keep an eye out for their arrival. The pictures are also on my Facebook page, so if anyone else wants a chance to help figure this out they can.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Hey everyone! So as you all are probably aware of, my little excursion into Cat's locker was somewhat disappointing. I found nothing but Robert Craven book covers, some school books, an strange necklace and a note from Miss Amaya telling Cat to meet her at someplace called Wedgewick Village.
Now this Wedgewick village thing is a whole different matter altogether. I've asked around and looked on every map of Covington County I could find, even the old ones in the Public Library. This place does not exist, anywhere, not at all. The more I look for it the weirder it is I can't find anything about it. I am extremely puzzled as to why Miss Amaya, a teacher, would invite Cat to go somewhere that doesn't exist. Well as always, keep following the videos and please help where you can. And remember, keep to the shadows and keep your eyes open.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Posted by C.A. Kunz at 9:02 AM
A locker combo...OF COURSE! Thanks by the way for helping me solve that little coded mystery, but now I have a slight dilemma. One might say that I now have to wrestle with the old moral imperative, to break into Cat's locker or not to break into Cat's locker.
IT'S SO DARN TEMPTING! Please don't think I'm some kind of thief, because I'm not, but I do believe in fate, and if you understand fate then you'll understand that I was meant to find that note and have the code solved. The only thing is, I just don't know if it's the right thing to do, fate or not. I may believe that I have a conscious about this, but truth be told, the desire to find out more about Cat Colvin, kind of outweighs any moral conviction I may have here.This may be the key that helps to begin unraveling the mystery around this girl. I just hope it doesn't end in disappointment like the videos thus far.
I worry about my chances to remain undamaged if anyone associated with Cat finds out that I'm doing this, but again my need to find out more is greater than my fear of retribution. I'll make my decision soon about this, and like always you will be right there with me if I decide to go through with the deed. As always, keep to the shadows and keep your eyes open.