Over and Under the Top
In Jeffrey Greene’s Emphatically Yours:
- How does the woman know that the finger is actually Klaus’s? Is it illegal for her to keep it without reporting it? What ought she to do?
- What might the amputated member signify? Misplaced remorse? A tangible insult, i.e. a substitute for another finger? Or might it be a warning?
In Gary Clifton’s Secondary Solutions:
- What does “DEA” represent?
- How will Supervisor Glen Chism resolve his double dilemma in police work? What shall he do about Jackson, Suzy and Wilbur?
- Given the time frame in the succession of events, why might one surmise that Wilbur is not exactly human? What else might he be?
In John D. Connelley’s A Childhood Memory: What might the three specks be that fly away in the night?
In Silvia E. Hines’ Sibling:
- How long had the baby gone without being fed when it died? Is a lapse of “five or six hours” normal?
- Miriam is relieved that her daughter, Jenny, does not doubt her, Miriam’s, innocence. Can Miriam say the same of herself?
What is a Bewildering Stories Challenge?