“Gramps, did you read in the paper about the old woman and her dog who disappeared recently?” The article said that they were last seen close to the lake,” said Wally.
“Yeah, I remember reading about that. I doubt that she and her dog were eaten by Ogopogo, Maybe the poor lady has Alzheimer’s and simply got lost,” said Winston.
“But her dog would have been able to lead her home,” asserted Wally.
“That’s a good point but the old lady may have waded in the water until the water covered her head. She could have drowned,” said Winston.
“But her dog can swim. He could have saved her,” said Wally.
“You won’t give up. Will you Wally? Okay, it is possible that the old woman and her dog were eaten by Ogopogo,” chuckled his grandfather.
“I just heard on the radio that two bodies washed ashore. They could be the bodies of the old lady and her dog,” said Garry. “The Sheriff and the Deputy are at the scene now, conducting an official investigation.”
“Oh, man. You two guys sure stick together, don’t you?,” Winston responded. “The Sheriff’s office is required to do an investigation any time there are fatalities in their jurisdiction.”
“This discussion is starting to freak me out,” said Wally. “Can we change the topic of this conversation?” asked Wally with a pale look on his face.
“Don’t worry, Wally. I was just about to change the topic, anyway,” reassured Winston putting his hand on Wally’s shoulder.