The Pied Piper (A Different take on the story as told by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the Brothers Grimm, and Robert Browning with some inspiration from the “Garfield & Friends” segment “The Pie-Eyed Piper”)
By J.D. Sadler
A long time ago in of Hamlin by the bay, there was a lovely city where the children were at play. Everything was great in Hamlin as almost all the travel books agreed that it was a great place to go and have a look.
Now when the books say "almost", they mean it very well; as one summer in Hamlin City, the rodent population began to swell. No one knew where they came from nor what caused the sudden