This photograph had been sitting in a pile at the local antiques shop for the last two years. I must’ve flipped by it at least a dozen times. Four dollars always seemed kind of steep to me, but I recently noticed the writing on the rock and realized I might be able to do an online investigation if I could figure out what was written there. Four dollars suddenly seemed like a great bargain. I bought the photo, scanned the rock as clearly as I could, and then did a search on my best guess, “Kermannshohle”. I didn’t find anything there, but I soon discovered that Hermannshöhle is a tourist cave in Germany famous for its bear bones.
While I’m here, I would like to draw your attention to the girl wearing the kerchief and the floral print dress over on the left. Despite the fact that she’s wearing socks with sandals, she’s definitely the coolest of the tourists. She’s probably one of those child detectives we’re always hearing about. I should also mention that the blurry lady next to the crouching woman wasn’t actually there that day; she’s the ghost of someone who was eaten by a cave bear years before. I’m not entirely sure, but I think the old mustachioed man on the right was somehow responsible. The detective is probably there investigating him. I’m not sure what happened next, but I know the old mustachioed man totally flipped out when he noticed the ghost in his souvenir photo.