Werewolves 140 — Catch Me If You Can — Day 4 — “Two little mice fell in a bucket of cream. The first mouse quickly gave up and drowned. The second mouse, wouldn’t quit. He struggled so hard that eventually he churned that cream into butter and crawled out.”

Christmas, 1966 ~~~ Attitudes were bleak at the FBI, as hopes of catching the criminals were waning. Worse yet, it seemed their best hope — Agent Hanratty — was getting no closer to finding Frank Abagnale and learning more about … Continue reading Werewolves 140 — Catch Me If You Can — Day 4 — “Two little mice fell in a bucket of cream. The first mouse quickly gave up and drowned. The second mouse, wouldn’t quit. He struggled so hard that eventually he churned that cream into butter and crawled out.”

Werewolves 140 — Catch Me If You Can — Day 3 — “The truth is I’m not a doctor or a lawyer. I’m not an airline pilot. I’m nothing really.”

Christmas, 1965 ~~~ Piggy Cratchit had been with the Bureau for a long time, but this was one of the most tedious jobs of their career. Year after year, it was the same — find fraudulent checks, learn how the … Continue reading Werewolves 140 — Catch Me If You Can — Day 3 — “The truth is I’m not a doctor or a lawyer. I’m not an airline pilot. I’m nothing really.”

Werewolves 140 — Catch Me If You Can — Day 2 — “You always told me that an honest man has nothing to fear, so I’m trying my best not to be afraid.”

Christmas, 1964 ~~~ A year later, and the debts being compiled by Frank Abagnale were growing. Still, no one was the wiser as to who this master of disguise could be. It had been a busy year. The FBI had … Continue reading Werewolves 140 — Catch Me If You Can — Day 2 — “You always told me that an honest man has nothing to fear, so I’m trying my best not to be afraid.”

Werewolves 140 — Catch Me If You Can — Day 1 — “Carl! Merry Christmas! How is it we’re always talking on Christmas, Carl?”

Christmas, 1963 ~~~ Stories of a man committing tremendous amounts of check fraud have made their way to the FBI. Deemed low interest, only one agent pursues the perpetrator — a humorless man named Carl Hanratty. With his task force, … Continue reading Werewolves 140 — Catch Me If You Can — Day 1 — “Carl! Merry Christmas! How is it we’re always talking on Christmas, Carl?”

Werewolves 140 — April’s Christmas Movie Game #3 — Catch Me If You Can — sign-ups

An airline pilot. An emergency room doctor. A Southern lawyer. Frank Abagnale, Jr, has been flitting across the country for years, counterfeiting checks and separating fools from their money. It seems he always gets the most active around Christmas — … Continue reading Werewolves 140 — April’s Christmas Movie Game #3 — Catch Me If You Can — sign-ups

Werewolves 112 — Home Alone — Day Four — I think we’re getting scammed by a kindergartener.

Seemingly in control of the situation in the house now, the Wet Bandits pursued their next target. Once they caught up to them, they hung the victim up on the hook to the basement door. “First, I’m gonna burn all … Continue reading Werewolves 112 — Home Alone — Day Four — I think we’re getting scammed by a kindergartener.

Werewolves 112 — Home Alone — Day Three — All kids. No parents. Probably a fancy orphanage.

Still somewhat raucous after finding themselves without parental supervision, the kids got a bit destructive on the second night. In the morning, they awoke to find the garbage can full of salt tipped over, with nary a dead body to … Continue reading Werewolves 112 — Home Alone — Day Three — All kids. No parents. Probably a fancy orphanage.

Werewolves 112 — Home Alone — Day Two — Santy don’t visit the funeral homes, little buddy.

The kids awoke, hungover from whipped cream and Mountain Dew. They found Brian Johnson, covered in painful looking welts and non-responsive. INDY // BRIAN JOHNSON has been killed. He was VANILLA TOWN. “They’re killing us! They’re really killing us!” said … Continue reading Werewolves 112 — Home Alone — Day Two — Santy don’t visit the funeral homes, little buddy.

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