Talk:Guy Noir

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Twelfth or Thirteenth Floor of the Acme Building and the Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag[edit]

(Original at Talk:The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag)

Does anyone have any evidence of a connexion between the twelfth and (nonexistent) thirteenth floors of the Acme building, the former housing the office of Guy Noir, private eye, the latter of Jonathan Hoag, discovered by a private detective, as chronicled in 1942 by Robert Heinlein? As of 9 July 2013, there are no Google hits for "floor of the Acme Building" "Guy Noir" "Jonathan Hoag".

FlashSheridan (talk) 04:44, 10 January 2013 (UTC)