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Scientific Wizard Agency

By Yuki Neco

Mystery / Scifi

Prologue

Twenty-year old college student, Lumina Allison, was thinking about strange things which had been happening around those days, as she sighed, “Weird things have just been happning around me. I don’t know whether they are all related or just by a coincidence.” The pretty girl with light-straight blond long hair is a sophomore student majoring in physics at Freedstone University. A few weeks earlier, the students had a new quantum mechanics instructor, when their old professor had to go into hospital because of his illness. The substitute instructor happened to be the young physicist who had received his Ph.D. at Lumina’s father’s laboratory at Krudeland University. Actually, her father is a famous physicist who is widely known by his books or TV shows to ordinary people. At almost the same time, her father e-mailed Lumina that he was planning to seclude himself away to finish his important paper. “That’s typical. Dad hides away, without telling me and Mom about where he goes, every time he’s busy with finishing his paper or book he’s writing,” Lumina laughed kind of nervously to remember the e-mail sent by her father. But the strangest thing of all is—I’ve been sensing someone watching me these days, Lumina said to herself. I wonder who and what for?

What if some good-looking guy is watching me without having courage to confess his feelings? Wow, that might be exciting. Uh, wait... on the contrary, it might just be that some freak is stalking and trying to annoy me. That is a creepy thing. Lumina’s mind was staggering in such self-centered feelings.

I don’t think it’s just my imagination, she thought. In another nights recently, she recalled, when she had opened the window of her apartment to check outside, she found a car parking below the window just started apart from the building. Although it was too dark outside to identify the car, she thought she saw the same car acting suspiciously. To think over those things, I’ve been followed and watched by someone, that’s for sure.

At that time, the girl with blond hair remembered one of her friends had told her about the detective agency run by two college students. “Uh, yes. Madison Taylor told me to visit the two guys at Green Hills University, when I’m in trouble. In her story, they have found solutions to some troubles in the university based on their investigations. I guess I’ll get some more information from Madison.”
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