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HavenHaven welcomes all visitors and we encourage you to enjoy all the amenities of our picturesque town. Nestled in a quiet corner of coastal Maine, we offer abundant recreational choices. Join with our locals for a rousing wolf hunt in the ample forest that borders our town, or enjoy a relaxing day at sea on one of the many sailboats available for rent. Local artisans will be delighted to show their wares and the many bistros and pubs nearby offer endless meal choices. Whatever your preferences may be, your visit to Haven will be an experience you'll never forget!tattoo

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This Week in Haven

Replacement DummyThere has been no news yet as to what has become of our missing townsfolk. As you know, for a number of weeks now people have been going missing from Haven with no plausible explanation. In their place have been left eerily well-crafted ventriloquist dummies whose life-like eyes send a shiver down the spine. The latest victim of this macabre crime was old man Sanders, who disappeared from the Shady Acres care home on his way to meet his new sweetheart. The doll (pictured above) was such a clear likeness of the man that Agnes, his girlfriend, insisted on keeping it on her living room sofa as a reminder of their new-found love. She believes that by keeping the doll safe, she can in some small part keep the man himself safe as well.

While police have no new suspects in this puzzling case, rumors abound that a new cult has begun operating in the area and that missing friends and neighbors have simply joined this highly secretive organization. Already there have been incidents at several meetings of everything from AA to the PTA by so called "concerned citizens" who believe these rumors and insist on taking the law into their own hands. Police urge all private citizens to stand down and allow them to handle this issue, and make assurances that they have made these disappearances their top priority. Including old man Sanders, the count of missing persons sits at 19.

In Other News

  • Cleanup has finally been completed in Memorial Park after a flurry of water whirlers touched down there last month. The flying water dessimated the landscaping and contaminated the fresh water koi pond with sea brine. The park officially reopens just in time for the summer season and residents are encouraged to stop by.
  • Hair stylists throughout town have gone on strike until the city repeals their ban on quinone and hydroquinone dyes. Some have asked friends to keep their hair trimmed, however many single men in town have already resorted to wearing a ponytail until they can have a proper haircut once again.