Although the detectives were not mathematicians or physicists, each understood the very fabric of time was breaking down in the immediate vicinity of Edmonton.
For the third time in as many days, an adult Albertosaurus was briefly observed somewhere in the city. This was no trick of light or clever robotics demonstration. The property damage assured investigators of as much.
As troubling as the Albertosaurus may prove, there was a newer and more serious problem. Manulife Place was apparently ripped back seventy million years for five minutes just after rush hour, and custodians claim to have hadrosaur dung as proof.