A Conversation for The h2g2 Guild of Librarians
David B - Singing Librarian Owl Started conversation Jun 17, 2004
Either some of our students are being strange, one of the staff has gone mad or we're being haunted...
On several mornings recently, the wonderful shelvers have come across a few shelves where every other book has been set at an angle much like the angle of a forward slash / . Very strange. Photographic records are being taken and the phenomenon is being monitored. So far, sociology, English literature and music books have been affected.
Odo Posted Jun 17, 2004
I'd guess that it was a student or two in the end of term wind up the staff phase.
I'm well on the way to loosing it with one of ours, he needs something large and blunt inserting somewhere on his person at the very least. At best a sharp exit through a brick wall would be rather effective.....
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