Guessed right away.
1. The family wanting to feed everyone in our group was suspicious. As if the group was going to be fattened up for eating.
2. I thought the suggested abundance of food was strange. This was a dairy farm, not a crop or meat farm.
3. The bandits making references to trades, but not specifically mentioning gasoline made me think that people must have been traded.
Also, analyse the general story. There was a famine, a giant house in a forest clearing, a welcoming larger mother figure and the promise of food. Hansel and Gretel anyone? :P Even Katja was kept separate from Lee's group, like Gretel and Hansel. And, although not in chronological order, there was a bird and bread in the beginning of the story.
Last edited by -Anna-; 07/01/2012 at 07:18 pm.