Gideon Gorgonzolla, the famous detective who solved such perplexing cases as “The Mystery of Dame Zelda’s Misplaced Toenail”, and “The Spate of The Forged Greeting Cards”, which plagued the nation in the ’70s, has begun work (or possibly finished? We can’t be sure…) on his new home in Akawir, Central Klah – a somewhat ambitious project as the house is to be completely invisible. Sources close to Gideon and his wife Mabel say the detective has become increasingly security conscious and the pair are rarely seen without fake beards. Now it seems they will be rarely seen at all.
Our sources tell us the new Gorgonzolla mansion is to be extremely grand, built of wood and nails and suchlike (though there is rumour that the outside is painted in extremely lewd pictures of seals in goat costumes – naturally this scandalous report cannot be verified). The building is to be kept invisible with an annual coating of invisisilk, produced by thousands of invisisilkworms who will be kept on the property. Special trainers will feed and exercise the worms daily to ensure the silk is of the highest quality. Since its discovery in the 19th century, invisisilk has been used over the years for many things, but this project is believed to be the largest and most invisible to date.