#I1 in My Macabre McMorbidly Family Portrait Series
Bombastic little Boomberg was the product of a secret society’s experiment to see if hamsters, utilizing their natural sphere guiding ability, could scamper a water mine directly into floating enemy sea vessels kamikazi style. She was their only success and proved to be rather indestructible. Before she was stolen, I mean “freed” by Quanticus McMorbidly, himself a member of the secret group, Boomberg was gleefully responsible for many a missing ship in the Bermuda Triangle. When not being nautically naughty she rested her many times refurbished water mine hamster ball in a box of newspaper clippings devoted to her misdeeds.
The McMorbidly Family Portraits were discovered in a battered and moldy sealed trunk, which had somehow wound up below the root system of a huge black tree on the grounds of McMorbidly Manor (Now in Ruins). With each photo was a mysterious description written in jittery script by persons unknown. The portraits and paper were dated back to the mid to late 1800's. Who was the artist/photographer? How had history forgotten such an infamous and lengthy family legacy? We may never know but pay close attention as each family member and their stories from all their past generations are revealed!