Agrimany Fallchester was arrested and fined eighty pounds for exploiting the area around the site of the Boulder Orchard for financial gain. If he had not pleaded guilty and had not cooperated with the authorities the fines would have been ten times that amount. A not-guilty plea would in any case have easily been refuted for the police had film of Agrimany collecting material from around the Boulder Orchard site on three occasions.
Thanks to the Event, Agrimany spoke Glozel in the verson found in the Northern Hemisphere, had a six-part heart, incipient petagium fellitis, enlarged ischial muscles and suffered from various mild and seasonal skin changes which are associated with moult in birds.
Finding his London relatives appreciative of innocuous samples taken from the Boulder Orchard in the course of his duties as a soil sampler, Agrimany was persuaded by an uncle in the bird-token market to keep him supplied with items suitable for mementos for the tourist trade. Eventually, with his girlfriend, Agrimany began operating on his own, packaging three or four items in a plastic bag and selling them through a friend in Aberystwyth. Agrimany cooperated with the authorities to demonstrate the sort of material he was collecting. Organic items were favoured, especially the skeletons of birds.
His girlfriend's handwriting on a label accompanying a crow wishbone in Swansea started the police on their investigation. Agrimany says that his prosecution was a test case to deter others from entering a potentially very profitable market.
The Falls Biographies
Constance Ortuist Fallaburr
Appis (Arris) Fallabus
Ipson & Pulat Fallari
Bird Raspara Fallicutt
Sallis Pino Fallpinio
Erhaus Bewler Falluper