When you have feathers, keen eyesight, and a razor-sharp self-defense system, “investigation” is your middle name.
You may not always be able to explain how you know what needs investigating, but your instincts never fail you.
Plus, as every successor to that greatest of investigators (James Bond, of course) knows, the best way to keep your investigation skills in tip-top condition is to use them.
For example, let’s say a strange clear entity appears table-side.
You don’t know from whence it came.
It brings no calling card – no secret handshake – no toasted waffle (which any experienced fellow investigator understands as the universal sign of friendship).
Clearly, you must investigate.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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