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    The fantastic winning entry of our amazing Christmas 2010 short story competition, Star of Wonder by James P. Davies, read aloud by the presiding judge, Sarah-Jane Redmond (Millennium's Lucy Butler).
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  2. I was thinking about Cheryl Andrews this morning. Aside from Morgan and Wong's desire that she should betray Frank Black in the Hand of SS, as I understand it, it wasn't revealed who she worked for. She was after the Hand and working with Millennium Group assassins (which reportedly gave the owner the knowledge to overcome the evils of the Millennium, although Frank later said he believed that knowledge was inside us), which in light of the differences between Owls and Roosters a few episodes later, would seem to indicate she believed in a religious nature, making her a Rooster; but Frank and the regular cast were Roosters! Do you think her ties with a sub-faction were a one off piece of mythology to be taken as such, or more in line with the events and overall myth arc of Owls and Roosters where the Group were after another religious artefact, a piece of the crussifiction cross. Is more revealed in Skull and Bones?
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  3. Welcome to the group Josh, hope to see you here often. It's who we are. As far as Cheryl Andrews, I don't believe for a minute she betrayed the group she believed in, but after her bizarre discovery she made performing an autopsy, she went to Germany to report it, and was arrested. And who authorizes her release but Homer B. Pettey. We all have seen in the episode Skull and Bones where he worked/lived. I believe she uncovered something about the group where she saw its dark side, and it was the group that killed her, to keep her quiet. I believe Cheryl was forced to betray Frank, possibly protecting the life of a family member. In the synopsis of The Hand of...., it states ~ As I stated above, I believe she found out something, or things, about the group, and they killed her for it. She was Frank and Peter's friend and they all had a mutual respect for each other. I am sure Peter knew why she was killed, and had nothing to do with it, but also had no choice but to remain silent. Or, he was quietly seeking answers himself. The group had a dark side and that side would do anything to keep from being exposed. Maybe some of the questions from these episodes were going to be answered in season 4, and sadly we only have virtual seasons after 3. I don't believe there was a mistake in the writing, but I do believe that the writers of many episodes left us with questions on purpose, and some may never be answered. Two excellent episodes.
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