"Elle and Art Labermort loved nothing more than to spend the afternoons together talking and laughing underneath the trees. Generations have passed, but this tree still remains. It never blooms, it never flowers, and despite its dead appearance it seems very much alive. Sims often whisper about the strange happenings near this tree, perhaps the Labermorts haven't really left."
It is a dead tree. Sometimes, small yellow eyeballs can be seen in the hole in tree.
Mr. Bones Does BroadwayEdit
"In this highly collectible antique poster print, famed Magic Town actor/dancer/skeleton Mr. Bones dances the "Skinless Shuffle" to promote his immensely popular musical revue, "Not Without My Tibia." The poster created quite a bit of controversy due to Mr. Bones' "scandalously skinny" appearance, and was quickly pulled from print. His critics were livid: "Our children look up to Mr. Bones, and right now he's setting a very bad example by being undead."
Swami Slicer And The Box of MysteryEdit
"An oil-on-loose-canvas depiction of Dr. Meki Slicer (a.k.a. The Swami) with the subject of his doctoral dissertation, The Multi-Layered Assistant Containment Device. Although Dr. Slicer received his degree, he was shunned by the academic community (perhaps due to the sorry condition of some of his "test assistants") and he was forced to put his skills with a blade to use as a very showy neighborhood butcher."
The Basket CaseEdit
"Unsuspecting petty criminal Suzie Newman attempted to make a getaway with Faerie Mara's profits from the day - but she was cornered by the local MagiCo law enforcement officials near a magic performance. Panicked, Suzie ducked into a barrel onstage in the middle of a trick - and emerged as a man! "Suzie" Newman was never found, but "Steve" Newman turned over a new leaf and lived a long and happy life."
Zombo the EffervescentEdit
"Zombo's name remains a fear-inspiring one in the world of magic. Convinced that he was a master magician, Zombo toured the country, leaving a trail of doves with silk scarves for wings and (thanks to his signature "trick") audiences who inexplicably hiccuped floating soda bubbles for weeks. Eventually, he lost his wand - but thanks to his style and intimidating presence, he went on to become a successful model on the side-show-poster circuit."