Thursday, March 31, 2011

Frustrating doesn't even begin to describe it...

Thanks again to all those who have been following along with my escapades up to this point. I must admit to a certain sense of frustration regarding our failed attempts to provide you with a clear picture or video of Cat Colvin that doesn't look like the film has melted. The extra footage Stu and I have filmed isn't even worth posting here since you can't see a damn thing!

Cat's actions at the football game have at least lead us to believe that she is either a deeply disturbed girl or there is much more to her than meets the eye. I'm thinking the latter. After we stopped filming this last video, I snuck away from Stu and headed back out to find Ms. Colvin. What I found was very ineteresting to say the least. She was sitting amongst a group of trees holding her head and mumbling something to herself. I mean what level-headed person does that and then proceeds to talk to trees? I just hope for her sake they didn't answer back.

Well, these past Odd Astoria episodes were the last of the old footage. From now on things will be posted as close to them being filmed as possible. If there is anyone out there that has any idea on anything, read or seen, please feel free to chime in. Any help to limiting my frustration would be greatly appreciated. We'll be going to Astoria High school tomorrow and hopefully introduce you to ground zero next week with some great video footage. And remember, keep to the shadows and keep your eyes open. 

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Blurred Vision

Hey again all you amateur sleuths. As you can see above, I've made more attempts to capture Cat on camera to no avail. Hopefully Stu or I will be able to deliver a picture or video that will actually show her face. I still can't get over the fact our equipment only seems to malfunction when focused on her...weird indeed.

So just to get you all up to speed, the drama amongst the popular cliques at school is reaching somewhat of a boiling point. On several occasions there have almost been flying fists of fury. It still boggles the mind that all of this is over one person. Yep you guessed it, its Cat Colvin. She has certain students cautious around other key individuals from other groups, it is sooooo strange!

As I continue with this, it is now more important than ever to keep my intentions between myself, Stu and you. We seem to be the only ones that see something odd is going on here other than the missing girls. Most people that reside in Astoria are completely oblivious to anything outside of their daily routine and I wouldn't expect them to be too receptive of any evidence or idea that something else is not right in their sleepy little town. Especially with everyone distracted by these disappearances. Don't even get me started on this curfew for anyone under 18 to be inside by dark! But I shall not be deterred from my mission to find out who Cat really is and figure out what is going on here in Astoria. I will continue to need your help to expose whatever weirdness that revolves around Cat and those close to her. I do however have some reservations about digging too deep though, not necessarily because of who is involved, but more because my gut tells me I'm not going to like what I find. In closing, I will be posting my next video blog episode soon. So as always, keep to the shadows and keep your eyes open.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

A slight distraction

Well here I'm in my humble abode, comfortably nestled in my bedroom, writing to all of you. Just your typical girl's room (purple walls). Nothing much of interest to point out except for my little slant toward the macbre with my homages to "The Master Of Horror", writer Robert Craven.

So while Stu and I are still compiling the video evidence, I just wanted to follow up on my first video blog post regarding the student's weird behavior lately at school.

If you're new to my blog, the weird "stuff" at school I just mentioned is not your typical run-of-the-mill teenage drama or war of the cliques. No, it's much stranger than that. It all seems to revolve around this new addition to our school, which still remains very interesting and actually quite mesmerizing in fact. I just recently learned that this new addition came from a private instituion, located in the next town over, Madison Prep (SNOBS).

So I began this investigation back at the beginning of the school year by taking a few videos and pictures of the new addition in question (of which you will see the strange outcomes in my next video blog). This new addition is still quite the enigma of sorts (can't really figure it out). Now, I'll be posting the second video blog soon so keep a look out for it. And remember, keep to the shadows and keep your eyes open.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Odd Astoria...and so it begins

Hey guys, thanks for tagging along on my little investigative trip down the proverbial rabbit hole. Now I started this blog to create another avenue for communication between you and I. I'm really going to need all of your help with digesting and rationalizing all of the things I have and hope to uncover.

Oh...I seem to be getting ahead of myself. I guess a bit of an explanation would be nice here. The name's Evelyn Anne Marie Carmichael, Evie for short. My partner in crime, who you'll meet later, is Stu, he's the Vice President of the Audio/Visual club at Astoria High School. Stu will be behind the camera and will also serve as an eye witness to the weirdness I'm sure we'll all expose together.

So people who know me know I'm not one to jump to conclusions or see more than is really there, but there is something ODD going on in our sleepy little port town of Astoria. Missing girls, weird student behavior, a town wide curfew...just to name a few things. All of this seemed to begin with a new addition to our school. The object of my concerns will be kept under wraps until a later date. I don't want to sway you're judgement by revealing it right here and now. I want you to come to your own conclusions. In the meantime, keep an eye out for my first video blog that I'll be posting soon. Throughout the next several weeks, I'll continue to film and take pictures to support my words and try to keep you updated as much as possible. Until next time, keep to the shadows and keep your eyes open.