"Madame X" paced the floor of the rotting old mansion. Things HAVE NOT gone as planned.
1. Plant a flyer.
2. Have KND find it.
3. They come.
4. Capture them, make them tell all codes, passwords, locations, and secrets of all the tree-houses.
5. Buy milk.

Only numbers 1+2 had worked out. Note to self: pick a kid-napping place where the kids DON'T GET LOST!!!!!!!! The homing beacon "she" had planted on the flyer started to flicker strangely. It seemed somthing near it was...... running in circles?


"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!" Val screamed as she ran in circles.
Eventually, she passed out from dizzyness. All the still concious operatives sat down on a fallen árbol that served as a bench. They let out a group sigh.
"Told tu we have bad luck with Halloween!" Maddy dicho in a matter-of-fact way.
Minerva kicked at her ankles. Megan kicked
at Minerva's. Wally was desperatley trying to keep Kuki calm, for she looked like she was the siguiente to pass out.
One billion-seven thousand-four hundred-and thirty four and a 1/2 thoughts were racing through Numbuh 5's mind. What had she gotton them all into? Did regular people people have Halloweens like this? Would they even get any of that candy? If they even make it out of this god-forsaken woods.........


Christian were desperately trying to patch the signle back to the lost operatives. No such luck. David stopped short.
"What if we just trace the signle?" He asked with a facepalm.
"Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!" Christian said, his eyes lighting up. "Come on, lets go!"
David nodded. "Lets just hope those guys hang on long enough untill we get there....."

Maddy was fiddling around with the C.O.M.U.N.I.C.A.T.I.O.N. device, salvaging it for batteries. A shadow flickered across the path. She nudged Kacey, who was sitting beside her.
"K-k-k-kacey? What was that?" Maddy asked fearfully.
"I dunno let me go check it out." Kacey said, hoisting her self off the fallen tree.
She headed twords where the shadow was heading.
"Hello?" she asked as she peered into the dark bushes on the side of the road.
A dark hand reached out and grabed her por the collar of her shirt. She could barely squeak out a scream, so the others had no idea. She glanced up at the face of her attacker. She would have never guessed in a million years who it was.