Ceralilly enjoyed the beautiful reprieve from loneliness that night, and had little difficulty sleeping thanks to a rigorous exercise routine the night before thanks to her handsome Rafiki. She had been pleased at the interview with the dutiful Sheriff earlier that morning, and now she listened to the townsfolk as they spoke of the troubles ahead.
"Vera, perhaps he has not made it to you place to question you yet, or perhaps you were out here being ever so dutifully suspicious, he might have seen you weren't home. He is a very hands on Sheriff this one, kind and thorough with his questions and I wasn't scared if him yelling at me or making me more frightened than I was when I woke up to the screams of terror." Ceralilly smiled sweetly and addressed the crowd,
"I very much avoid public speaking, because I generally am content to watch and be patient for those who are more learned to make a path for the rest of us, but I find that Sheriff Blythe has inspired me. In the classic sense, the one with the loudest dispute, is often the one with most to hide. Therefore, who among us has been pointing fingers the most? Who has been pushing us to avoid strong leadership? Who has been negative and surly from the start? I think these are good points to keep in mind. As we decide whether or not to risk killing an innocent. I also think that we should pay close attention to the clues that each person has trailing them...The Shaman stated she was such, though this could all be a rouse to distract us," She placed a soft hand on her chest to calm her nervousness, "What I am saying is not that she is a danger, but that we are all a danger to those who do not know us, and thusly have an advantage at least during the day, let us use this advantage to prod further! We should be investigating the items left in James' room...not trying to hang each other without proper clues. Until we have more come forward with information, I vote to abstain from lynching. Of course this is temporary, but I need more when a life is at stake." Ceralilly shot nervous eyes around the crowd, and mumbled a thank you as she made her way towards James' room.