As we begin creating illustrations for the very funny book, Case of the Plucked Chicken, I invite you to tell us what you think is going on in this picture. What do you think is going on here? Is it a race? Is the lady scared of a chicken? Whats up with that chicken? Is the chicken wearing shoes? Case of the Plucked Chicken, You’ll never look at a chicken the same!
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The Sheriff walked down the street thinking that he had to solve this case no matter what, and he had to do it fast. These runaway chickens were making it especially hard on the women. Some of them were being treated for a new condition the Doctor called ‘chickalunacy.’ This condition made them faint whenever they saw a chicken, someone asked them to cook chicken or make a chicken sandwich. There was a much more serious condition which made women run as fast as they could whenever they saw a chicken or heard someone say the word “chicken.” This might not seem so bad, but women were running into things and hurting themselves. The Doctor had named this condition ‘roosterrunaphobia’. There were so many cases of roosterrunaphobia, the hospital was completely full.