I suppose I should state the obvious and clarify that the well-known actor Tom Selleck has not died, but rather his fish doppelgänger.
It all began a few weeks ago when we (Josh) got a larger fish tank. So, when you get a larger fish tank, you obviously have to buy more fish, right? Everything seemed to be going swimmingly (har har) until about a week ago. If this were a true crime drama, it would be now that ominous music starts up. Just a few days ago we found Bagooie floating at the top of the tank… WITHOUT EYES.
While it’s not terribly unusual for fish to eat one another (apparently, I’m told) we’ve never had this happen before, so the discovery was a tad disturbing. Because Bagooie was one of the original fish we bought, we didn’t think too much of his passing and life continued on. Until… Pizza (a bright pink fish) was swimming around and it became apparent that she? he? Was missing an eye. Someone had actually eaten her/his eye while he/she was ALIVE. Clearly a sociopath is at work and we began to question whether or not Bagooie’s death was truly accidental.
The plot thickened yesterday when poor Tom Selleck was found belly up. Tom was my fish and had been really healthy, so his death was very sudden and unexpected. Now, there was a very unfortunate accident that occurred when Josh forget to put the sensor for the heater into the tank after he cleaned it, so it’s possible he overheated? If that’s the case, though, why are all the other fish fine? Does Josh have a vendetta? He is, after all, the one who keeps finding them dead. Or is it perhaps Chuck Norris, our very small Red-Tailed shark (not an actual shark)? Is it one of the larger fish? Who is this murderer in the night?
To be continued… when the killer is caught.
And, no, Vega is not a suspect… though I’m pretty sure she wishes she had been the one to get the fish.
Can deal with fish dying but missing eyeballs?? I’m hearing Twilight Zone music playing!
Yeah… the missing eye thing is too much for me.