John did not share Lorraine’s trepidations about their relationship with the Pigman. He thoroughly enjoyed their trip to the zoo and thought that it was “sort of nice” that a baboon had a friend like Mr. Pignati. John also liked the fact that the old man treated him and Lorraine as if he genuinely liked them too. John concluded that the Pigman was “a little crazy” but harmless.
Lorraine and John did not get to the Pigman’s the next day until around seven o’clock in the evening. Dennis and Norton had accosted them after school, wanting to know where they were going....
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