Day Three: GTH Pre-Orders

Well here’s an interesting office story for you that happened 15 minutes ago: The doors to the office were open when I decided to go downstairs for a couple minutes. When I came back up, the doors, of course were LOCKED! After 5 minutes of futile attempts to knock and rattle the door in hopes that perhaps there were a few people still here…didn’t work…I thought for a moment. I knew of a few artists in the back corner who would still be in this late! I then snuck up the back staircase (which are locked, too) and knocked for a bit there…it worked! Thank you animator Scott for letting me in! XD

Now I know better to bring my keys with me when I go downstairs late in the afternoon…

Anyways, we have more fans excited for Ghost of Thornton Hall! Check out their drawings!


It appears as though we have a lot of April birthdays!

~Little Jackalope~


10 responses to “Day Three: GTH Pre-Orders”

  1. ND's #1 fan says:

    LJ, did you say “It’s locked!”? lol 🙂 Cool drawings! I especially like the 2nd one! And happy birthday Anissa!
    -Nancy Drew’s #1 fan

  2. Hannah says:

    Oh that second drawing is so lovely! Poor Little Jackalope… I can just picture you banging on that door and the workers inside pretending not to hear you. What a funny v-blog-video that would make! “Ah the life of Little Jackalope…” XD

  3. Anonymous says:

    That’s really good artwork! is there any way I could send in some artwork of my own without using Twitter or Facebook?


    P.S. hey Little Jackalope, could you please do a shout out for my friend’s Birthday?? her name is Leah and she’s turning 14. her favorite color is purple. could you use that color in the writing somehow???

  4. Anonymous says:

    oh! sorry! I forgot to tell you the date of the Birthday, just shout it out as soon as possible please! it was on the 11th, but please don’t say anything about it being late! it is a Birthday surprize for my friend, thanks!!!


  5. Rachel Stevens says:

    The second drawing looks like it was done by Tim Burton. LOVE IT

  6. Anonymous says:

    My Mom and I had a similar incident last year. she didn’t bring her phone with her and our truck broke down over a mile from home. we only walked half a mile when the rest of the family found us walking down the road. it was an adventure!

    From me,

  7. @-Nancy Drew’s #1 fan — I did say “It’s locked!” wouldn’t pass up that opportunity! XD

    @Hannah – “Ah the life of Little Jackalope…” has inspired me! I now have great thought ideas for blog video! Thanks!

    @~Junebug — You can send your drawings and artwork to, and make sure to mention the Amateur Sleuth blog or Little Jackalope in the message, so that I can get it, too. 🙂 I’d love to see more fan art so that I could post it!

    @~Junebug — Birthday: you got it!

    @Rachel Stevens – Funny you should mention Tim Burton! A couple of us in the office were thinking of Tim Burton’s style when creating our official Trailer! (Of course we were thinking of a few other great movie names as well for the style of trailer we were going for). 😉

    @ Веня Володарский — Yes indeed! As I write this it is Friday, but it was likely Friday where you live when we wrote the Thursday post…

    @Silvertongue — Oh no! That sounds like a Nancy Drew adventure indeed! You know how many times this happened to Nancy in the books? Sheesh….! XD

  8. ND's #1 fan says:

    @Little Jackalope- Aha! I thought so! What I do sometimes is I go up to locked doors and wiggle the doorknobs just so I can say, “It’s Locked!” (^_^) lol

  9. NDFan2013 says:

    Wow! That artwork is awesome! I’m SO excited for the new game!

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