31: Sounds Like Mating Seagulls
Under the Library A Call of Cthulhu Podcast


On this Episode of Under the Library:

Outside of the Constabulary, Clue the dog is a mess. Aloysius, a vet, provides some sedatives and a treat and after about 15 minutes Clue calms and falls asleep.

Inside, Special Agent Merrick and Chief Constable Martin argue. Martin refuses to share the home address for Tobias “Frog” Sisk’s ex girlfriend, and Merrick calls it obstruction and threatens to call in reinforcements. Lanny punches Martin in the head and guns are drawn, but Martin diffuses the situation and chastises Merrick for disturbing the town.

Merrick leaves and Constable Birch follows, offering quietly to show the way to Grace Decker’s house. Agent Chambers, still in the Constabulary, tries to smooth things over with Martin. He agrees to share information and warns to beware of the ocean.

They stop at the Martin-Gilman House to use a phone and drop off Clue before heading to meet Grace. The man behind the desk is very hard of hearing, but eventually provides Blue with a room on the fourth floor with “the band”. Blue decides not to leave the sleeping Clue in his room because the door won’t lock. At the same time, Merrick calls Malone and learns that the Constabulary is involved in the plot and the State Police are at his disposal.

Departing from the Martin-Gilman House, the investigators hear a strange sound in the storm (“tekeli-li”). They arrive and speak to Grace but she is very standoffish and offers no information except to check out Sisk’s house.


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