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November 25th, 1891 - Ross' Office
"Are we any closer to a resolution on the Sanditon anomaly?" Ross asked. He had taken to calling it an anomaly because hurricane implied it was natural, and it had not been.

They had been checking in regularly on the incident — and on the various other, more minor catastrophes of wizarding Britain — but no answer had come. Ross was concerned they would need an answer, sooner rather than later — just because the Sanditon was quieter in the winter did not mean it would be quieter forever, and the people would need some reassurance that the incident would not occur again.

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His job sucked sometimes—not when he was conferring with the Minister of Magic and other officials, not when he was running his department, and definitely not when he was getting things done. Rather, it was times like this, where a lengthy investigation led to an image of poor management and unproductiveness, where it really, truly sucked.

"One of the leading theories was that it was the result of conflicting spells. There were multiple people in charge of atmospheric charms that day, and two of them can't seem to remember in which order they cast them," he said, his exasperation with the situation evident despite his attempt to keep his voice cool and even. "The other theory is that it was purposeful, and although the tabloids might have the community convinced that there are a few clear suspects, it's not all that obvious from an investigative standpoint. No clear motives. Or at least that's what Greyback's people are saying."

Yada yada yada. He could look all day from the law enforcement perspective (as he imagined Minister Ross was) but as head of a different department he was forced to go through the beaurecratic means to get all of his information. Terribly inefficient, he thought.

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