Sunday’s Hogsmeade trip held more in store for one girl than she could have thought; Emily Neutron was poisoned at The Three Broomsticks on Sunday afternoon. The person responsible is still unknown but this journalist has a few suspects in mind. If you weren’t there in the Hogsmeade Pub, then here’s the highlights of what happened.
What exactly happened? Emily Neutron gave a statement;
“Well… I went into the Three Broomsticks, and I ordered some fish and chips. Because I don’t have fish and chips very often, and I thought I’d try it there. Well… I think my eyes were bigger than my stomach, and all of a sudden I was full. I mean… Really full. Felt a little sick, even. So I went over to the couches, and had a seat in front of the fire, hoping to wait it out. And that’s when the bartender came over and and gave me this mug. He said it was for me… Then left kind of quickly. And… I mean, I was curious, right? Who wouldn’t be? So I had a drink. It tasted all right… A little weird… And then I had some more. I think if I hadn’t felt already kind of sick because of the greasy fish and chips… (Don’t get fish and chips at the Three Broomsticks, they’re really greasy) well, I might not have been quite as affected as I was. But suddenly I felt really awful. I suppose I kind of curled up on the chair there, and then suddenly there were people all around me. I heard something clatter on the floor… I think it was the mug. Someone took it. But that’s what I remember. And then suddenly Essa was yanking my glasses off, and… Well, that’s never easy”
Odd… very odd… two poisonings in Hogsmeade in a row. The culprit behind the poisoning of Karina Rodriguez last month was caught. Could that same person be behind the poisonings this month? I asked Essa Nazari to give her statement regarding the suspicions,
“I didn’t see them…they weren’t in the group that went with us so I doubt it.”
Well if the last culprit didn’t do it… Who did? All eyes turned to Tuesday night when Miss Nazari was supposed to drink poisoned water… Essa says she knew not to drink the water because it was green. Lucky break I’d say. Who’s behind all the other poisonings? SERPEN? I guess we won’t know until evidence surfaces.
-A Troll in the dungeon