"Fine, fine," Skølldir days, waving his hand dismissively, "I will take the bus. The autopilot on my chair is on the fritz and I wish to look some things up. I will meet you at this Burger Bills."
When the group does catch up with him, he's grumpy, but faintly triumphant.
"There is one Hazel Court associated with Southside, although I fear it may be a literal dead end. March 1957, a Freedom College coed, reported missing by her roommate after a poetry reading at the Student Union. She was last seen with the featured poet of the evening, Christopher Carradine, who claimed they had had a brief assignation before she decided to return to her room. No further evidence against him was found, so he was released. Carradine himself disappeared a few years later, and it appears his Beatnik verses have not held up over the years. I certainly found no value in them." He closes his laptop with finality.
"And now we eat?"
OOC wrote:Technology seems about right for a public records search.
Taking 10 gets him a decent bonus. Since Camus is probably out another week for his cruise, I'm leaving things open for any interaction you want before Burger Bill's.