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  • Christopher was walking to his neighbor, Mrs. Shears' backyard, until he saw her dog, Wellington, dead on the ground. "I stroked Wellington and wondered who had killed him, and why."
  • Who killed Wellington!?!?
  • Christopher was taken to the police station after he slapped a officer. "I am arresting you for assualting a police officer." He was also accused of killing Wellington. Christopher's dad had to come up, and bail Christopher out of jail.
  • I am arresting you for assualting a police officer.
  • Christopher goes around his neighborhood, asking if anyone knew about Wellington's death.
  • Sorry dear, I do not know what happened to Wellington.
  • Do you know what happened to Wellington?
  • Christopher finds out that his mother has been alive this entire time. Later, his dad confesses that it was him who had killed Wellington. Christopher panics and runs away from home. Christopher takes a walk in the park, and has a conversation with Mrs. Alexander, which is something he never does. But in this scene he finds out that his mom had cheated on his dad before she died.
  • Before your mom died, she was really great friends with Mr. Shears.
  • Christopher finds out that his mother has been alive this entire time. Later, his dad confesses that it was him who had killed Wellington. Christopher panics and runs away from home.
  • Christopher, I'm sorry that I lied to you about your mom, I was just trying to protect you. Also, It was me who killed Wellington.
  • Christopher runs away to his mom's house, and later, he returns to his father. Mr. Shears left Christopher's mom, and Christopher moves home to home, and has a dog named Sandy.
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