“Should that statue be moving? Should that skeleton be moving? Should the walls be moving?”
It’s a busy day at the Portland Science, History, Space and Time Institute and Museum. Research projects are coming to a head, important artifacts are going missing, investors are visiting for an important inspection and—of course—it’s time for another one of those darn Campfire Scout lock-ins.
Employees, visitors, and uninvited guests are all part of the mix tonight and, like you learn at those chemistry exhibits, just one wrong ingredient could make the whole thing blow up in your face, embedding shards of glass just everywhere. Metaphorically. (Metaphorically? Yeah, let’s go with that.)