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The Eleventh Hour

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Sarah Fink

on 8 November 2013

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Transcript of The Eleventh Hour

The Eleventh Hour
The Clues we Found
Around border of pg.1 says it was not Max.
Pg.5&6 says one mouse could never eat it all. and kilroy speaks the truth
Pg 18 says the giraffes are innocent in the morse code and entirely free of blame
The Real Culprit
We have concluded that the culprit was indeed kilroy. the reason we think so is because in the final decoding it states he and his 111 relatives helped him vanquish the feast. For example on the first page in the window sill.
We also found many mice on the pages such as in on page one and pages three and four. These mice gave us suspisions that the many mice could have had a connection with Kilroy.

What the Decoded Message Said
The Decoded message was:
Conclusion
By: Sarah Fink, Jaasiel Guzman, and Donald O'rourke
Introduction
In the book "The Eleventh Hour" Horace was turning Eleven and was having a Birthday Party. His friends arrived and when it was time to eat they realized that someone has eaten the feast. Our job was to use clues throughout the book to find out who stole the feast.
We found out who stole the feast by looking throughout all of the pages and thinking outside the box when it came to riddles and such.
CONGRATULATIONS! IT WAS INDEED KILROY WHO STOLE THE FEAST. BUT HE HAD HELP : ONE HUNDRED AND ELEVEN OF HIS FURRY RELATIVES HID THEMSELVES IN THE HOUSE AND AROUND THE GARDEN AND, AT THEY ALL SCAMPERED INTO THE BANQUET HALL WITH KILROY AND ATE UP All OF HORACE'S BEAUTIFUL FOOD. AND NOW, JUST TO SHOW HOW CLEVER YOU ARE, CAN YOU FIND ONE HUNDRED IN THE PICTURES? HAPPY HUNTING!
In Conclusion we realized that it was Kilroy and his relatives who stole the feast. We know this is true because of the various clues we discovered and the decoded message proved who the culprit was.
The End :)
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