The Truth Is Out There
Jareth gave a side glance toward Sarah as they walked toward her
new bedroom. Her face was a mixture of pain and happiness. She
had Toby, and that was all she wanted. Yet still...she also was
ruled by a tyrant. She wondered if he knew that she had told
people about him. Of course her friend Rachel, and then there was
Mulder, and don't forget Rod. Wait! She almost laughed aloud but kept her-
self in check. "Mulder" she murmured. "What did you say?" Jareth
looked at her oddly. "Oh I just said it's Cold Here." Sarah hoped
that was enough and walked a little faster to her room.
"I don't understand it. How can a baby just be missing!" yelled
Nany Garrison. "She took him, I KNOW it!" Mulder's eyes went a bit
wide and he glanced at the very bored looking Scully. "I am sure we
will find Toby and Sarah Mrs. Garrison. Until then, please stay
calm." Scully could have kicked herself for saying anything about
calm. "My child is missing and I am supposed to stay CALM!!!"
Mulder glanced around the room. Nothing was out of place in little
Toby's room, that is other then Toby. "Okay Mulder tell me again
why we are here, when obviously Miss Williams has taken the boy?"
"You see this?" asked Mulder.
"Yes it's glitter."
Scully threw her arms up and walked over to the messed up bed. "So
the kid probably spilled some." Mulder only smiled. "Well then why
was the same pile of glitter at the orphanage?"
"Sarah already has a trademark?"
This time it was Mudler's turn to throw up his hands. "I know you
didn't believe Sarah when she said that there was a Goblin King, but
all evidence points to it." Scully's mouth dropped open. "Mulder
all you have is a pile of glitter. Nothing points to anything,
other then Sarah kidnapped the child."
Jareth sat watching his crystal as Mulder read the book
"The Labyrinth". He was going to have trouble and he knew it. On
the other hand, he wouldn't mind if Mulder wished away that cute red
head. A wicked grin formed on his mouth. "Well, well what have we
here?" Scully sat in the middle of the throne room looking very
confused. "I'm afraid...I'm afraid to believe."