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“The last night of the year at the North Pole”

“A crime of passion, intriguing and supernatural.”

By Hendrik SancheZPublished 6 months ago 2 min read

"On the night of December 31, at the North Pole, Santa Claus was delivering the last of Christmas presents. Suddenly, a heart-rending scream was heard in the distance. Santa Claus rushed to investigate and found his wife, Mrs. Claus , dead on the ground. The North Pole police quickly arrived at the crime scene and began investigating. However, they could not find any clues that could lead them to the murderer.

Meanwhile, in New York City, a detective named John was investigating a murder case. The killer had left a note at the crime scene that said: “The last day of the year is the best day to die.” John was puzzled by the note and couldn't understand the meaning behind it.

One day, while John was investigating the case, he received a call from the North Pole police. They informed him about the murder of Mrs. Claus and asked him for help in solving the case. John accepted the offer and traveled to the North Pole.

When he got there, he began investigating the murder of Mrs. Claus. He discovered that Mrs. Claus had been having an affair with one of Santa's elves. The elf had killed Mrs. Claus because she wanted to end the relationship and tell Santa Claus everything.

John arrested the elf and brought him to justice. The elf confessed to his crime and was sentenced to life imprisonment. John returned to New York, satisfied that he had solved two murder cases in a single night.

However, the story does not end there. After John returned to New York, he began to have strange nightmares. In his dreams, he saw Mrs. Claus walking the streets of New York, seeking revenge against her murderer. John couldn't understand why he was having these nightmares, but he knew something was wrong.

​One day, while in his office, John received a phone call. She was Mrs. Claus. She told him that she was alive and that she had faked her death to catch the killer. John was stunned. He couldn't believe what he was hearing.

​Mrs. Claus explained that she had discovered her husband's affair with one of the elves and that she had decided to fake his death to catch the murderer. She had been hiding in New York the entire time, waiting for the right moment to reveal herself.

John met with Mrs. Claus and together they planned the capture of the elf. Finally, they managed to catch him and bring him to justice. Mrs. Claus and Santa Claus reconciled and got back together.

​Since then, John has had a new perspective on life. He has learned that things are not always what they seem and that sometimes even the dead can come back to life. But what if Mrs. Claus hadn't been the only one to fake her death? What if there was someone else behind all this? Someone who wanted Mrs. Claus dead and the elf blamed for the crime?

John began to investigate further and discovered that there was a group of people who wanted Mrs. Claus dead. They were a group of resentful elves who had been fired by Santa Claus. They wanted revenge and had planned the whole murder of Mrs. Claus.

John arrested the elves and brought them to justice. They were sentenced to life imprisonment. Since then, John has been more alert and has learned that you never know what can happen on the last night of the year."

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About the Creator

Hendrik SancheZ

Mi viaje literario comenzó con pequeños relatos que evolucionaron hacia narrativas más complejas, y rápidamente me di cuenta del poder que tiene la escritura para conectar con las emociones y experiencias compartidas

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