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Tale Weaver #315 – Bald is Suspicious

This week’s prompt invites you to write in the form of a mystery story that involves a Bald Man. Go where the prompt takes you, have fun, and leave a link to your response in the comment section.

Please visit MLMM for the original challenge,

My Submission 🙂

They dubbed him, The Bald Man, as he never left a single trace of hair at the scene. It seemed he would be an easy find. 

“Who waxes every inch of their body?” said the police chief with optimism in his voice. 

But, as the investigation began, the detectives were thrust into the realization that bald bodies were in fashion, and their list of suspects grew exponentially with every smooth-skinned person they passed. 

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