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Now that it’s nearing time for air conditioning, Stephen decided to switch airflow to upstairs. As he was opening a bedroom vent, he thought he heard a noise – scratch, scratch, scratch. He took the vent cover off so he could hear better. As the noise got louder, so did Stephen’s eyes. Whatever was in the vent was big and it was getting closer. Any minute it was going to exit the vent and come face to face with Stephen. Not prepared for this eventuality, all he could do was wait.

Whatever was in the vent was big!

Whatever was in the vent was big!

When the noise finally stopped, out popped a piece of Great Stuff foam. But wait, it wasn’t over. Another noise was close behind. Could this be a live critter that forced the foam into the open or would it be another piece of harmless foam? Still unsure, Stephen waited hesitantly ready to capture whatever might follow. As the cryptic clamor reached the opening, another piece of foam popped out. Now we have to find the unruly beast that stuffed foam into our vents!

The foam looks like organs from an enigmatic vent creature

The foam looks like organs from an enigmatic vent creature

May the farce be with you!

Your IFF,

Pam

 

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Comments on: "The Case of the Mysterious Creature" (6)

  1. you better check your suitcases out side before you enter the house !!!!!
    you have to continue this story!!!!
    wayne …. scarry!!!!!!!!

  2. Yikes! That’s foam? Creepy.

    • Yes – it’s called Great Stuff and when it’s not scary, it really is great. You spray this liquid foam and it expands and hardens. You can then cut it and smooth it out for a flawless surface. Amazing that a mysterious animal would know how to use it!

  3. Reminds me of the movie.. The Blob… could have been scaried if a blob oozed out. lol
    Sounds by themselves can be scary..

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