#1-Evidence in Goon’s Pocket

After my father looked in the back pocket of Goon’s shorts, he said, “Based on the evidence, I know exactly what occurred.”

Later I asked Dad about the evidence, but he said, “Case closed.”

It’s a mystery to me. If you have a good idea of what my Dad knew, please comment below.

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Comments from my Readers & Friends

  1. so,you know how red paper would get wet and would dye something red? that’s probably what happened considering that she probably took them out.

  2. Hi, Cheesie!
    My theory is that your dad looked in Goon’s pocket and saw no tickets, but acted like he saw some. This confused/worried Goon (she might have gotten rid of the tickets before) and so she told the truth. *SPOILER* This could have worked on her because in Running like Crazy, you made up the story about analyzing her pen, and she fell for it.
    🙂

    • That is a really good analysis, but I was there when he looked in her pocket…and nothing like what you said actually happened.