|The End of It|
|Summary||Part Five of The Letter From Emily.|
|Previous Part||Stace Stuffings and the Trap Door|
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|Date of Creation||September 3, 2011|
It was hard to sneak past many of the police officers. Everyone already thought of me as a suspect, and every classroom I went in there was a poster with my picture on, and under that were the words "Wanted: Stace Stuffings for the kidnapping of Gumball Watterson and Penny Peanut. Reward: $5,000." The poster haunted me wherever I went. I decided I had to catch Emily before more posters and searchers arrived. After half an hour of searching, I reached the second floor of the school. Principal Brown's door was open. I peeked in, and I saw a massacre. Principle Brown was lying unconscious, a shovel next to him. I knew Emily was behind this. I attempted to wake him-up, but he remained silent. His fur I then noticed, was covered in dry blood. I had the most horrible feeling that he had died, but he began to breathe, and I sighed a sigh of relief. As he attempted to stand-up he noticed me, and I helped him get up. He asked me what I was doing here, and I explained everything. He took a bit of time to process this, but he made-up his mind and decided he'd have to tell the police about Emily. I was told to go back outside, trying to reassure me that the police officers would solve everything. I knew it was a lie. Solve this? They hadn't even came close to mentioning her, let alone notice her. They would solve this? I ignored Principal Brown and ventured into the hallway. I saw Mr. Small's office, and peaked inside. Luckily, no one was in there, but a giant hole was blown into the wall. I opened the door quietly, and I looked inside. I noticed a piece of Gumball's pants. They had to be in here. I wondered how big the jump was, so I put my hand inside. I'd have to crawl through it. It was tough, but I crawled into the hole and spotted an exit. I looked through it, and I saw what looked like an abandoned school room. I saw no one. Then a noise popped up, and I looked to the left. Emily was standing right next to me.