Monday, June 1, 2009

Lethewood to give preliminary statement

After almost three months in custody, Astrid Lethewood, one of the survivors of this summer's mystical outbreak in Oregon, has consented to give authorities a statement about the events preceding the hostage crisis at her Indigo Springs home earlier this year.

Rumors have abounded as to whether Lethewood has been suffering from some form of trauma-induced mental illness or if she has been deliberately withholding information about cult leader Sahara Knax, the self-proclaimed goddess and founder of the eco-terrorist Alchemite movement who triggered the mystical outbreak during the hostage crisis. It is hoped that Lethewood's cooperation will bring answers to some of the questions about Knax's magical abilities and the ongoing mutation of plants and wildlife in the Hell's Gate area of Oregon.

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