It's Saturday, so it must be time for Jenny Matlock's Saturday Centus. As usual, Jenny provides a prompt (found below, in bold), and you have just 100 words (max) with which to craft a story or poem.
Oh, keep it PG-rated - the kids are nearby, okay?
Too Late for Poor Bruno
Suzanne was eager to get settled into the old Victorian she bought in her hometown of Hopewell. Waiting for the moving truck to arrive, she roamed through the empty rooms, mentally arranging furniture.
She opened the attic door, and was hit with the smell of trapped, stale air and old dust. She noticed a box left by the previous owners.
Curious, she lifted the stack of letters from the ancient chest. She felt an unsettling sense of déjà vu as she read the first crudely spelled letter.
She may have just found the true identity of the Lindbergh baby kidnapper.
My inspiration for today came courtesy of Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindbergh_kidnapping