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The grandmother brought the family somewhere that caused their demise. The grandmother is a sneaky person because she took the cat with her when her son told her not too. It was her fault that making the kids to believe there was a treasure at the house she wanted to visit. She knew Baily her son will take her where she wanted if she influenced the kids first. Her cat jumps from the back seat to Bailys lap causing the car to broke down.
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