The girl bobbed her head to the beat of her song. Listening to the music as she waited for class to start. With only one headphone in she could still hear the music and students talking to each other. Just as the song ended, the girl glanced at the group next to her desk. They were talking about a ghost. The ghost to be correct. There were many rumors that flowed throughout the school of Motoshira's, though Momoki believed none of it. The fact of the matter was kids will talk about anything that seems to be the slightest of interest. Pulling the headphone out her ear, she leaned close to the group.
"Motoshira's ghost isn't real. It's just some rumor that started after that kid drown in the school's swimming pool."
Momoki tried to correct the gossiping students. Though the group just looked at her until one perked up. "Sakura's friend saw the ghost with her own eyes!"
Then another piped up, "Yeah and so did the senior in class 3A."
As these students defended such a ridiculous rumor it dawned on Momoki. This could be the perfect case! She was no ghost hunter, but a detective and as a detective she had to prove truth from the fake. So proving that there was no ghost she could put a end to these silly rumors!
Detective Momo went into action and before class the girl got both students names who claimed to have seen the ghost. Now it was up to her to solve the case! Well the group club would have to tag along to. Hopefully they wouldn't slow her down.
When the bell rang for the end of classes. It was time for clubs! Which was the best time of the day! Momoki didn't waste time darting to the club room. She had been putting together a list of students to question, throughout the whole day. What she was looking for was how their stories related and what were the differences.
Bursting through the club door, she rushed over to the chalk board. Slamming a picture of a ghost on the board. It was stuck there all thanks to tap. "Our very first case! The mysterious of Motoshira's Ghost!"
She shouted, in a cheerful tone. She knew this was a great case, now she just had to get the rest of the club to this so too.