Our crack team of investigators followed Mercy Lacewell’s trail to Santa Monica, California, the next stop for our acting Vice President of Acquisitions for Lacewell Limited.
By our calculations, Ms. Lacewell arrived at the building housing Trinity Productions, but was not recording as entering the offices there until several hours after her arrival. Though the receptionist at the office wasn’t entirely sure of the details. Something about a state of emergency.
Unlike some of our other trackings, which occurred long after Ms. Lacewell returned to her offices in Denver, this investigation followed her within weeks of her initial trip. In fact, one of our technology analysts was able to collect and transcribe a phone call she made to her offices directly after her return to Denver.
The conversation went this way:
Ms. Lacewell: (some static) … nothing to do but talk for three solid hours.
Unknown Female: Sounds like you and Sam hit it off.
Ms. Lacewell: Nothing like that though he was surprising. He even … (static) … and did you know that he was planning to step down?
Unknown Female: Of course. That’s why your father pays me the big bucks. That shouldn’t concern you though. The man is loaded.
Ms. Lacewell: Then you knew all about … (static, call ended.)
Our investigators have been unable to discover the identity of Sam, however they learned that Ms. Lacewell arrived to speak to the current owners of Trinity Productions, a Mr. Wheeler and a Mr. Miller. It is believed that Ms. Lacewell, after her lengthy delay, did indeed have such a meeting.
It is also interesting to note the new label on Ms. Lacewell’s portfolio. It appears the initials of GT are included after the LeClerc Trucking venture, although there is no evidence that another trip took place in that short time.
For more information about Mercy Lacewell and her travels with Lacewell Limited, visit Write Integrity Press. For further data on Mr. Miller of Trinity Productions, visit On the Ledge. And for tips from the Santa Monica area, visit the travelogue for this Unlikely Merger.
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