Tag Archives: Ghosts

Unclear On The Concept

He walked into Claude Perdue’s office as if Claude were a misbehaving child. “Mr. Hauptmann!” greeted Claude. “What can the Ectoplasmic Investigations Division do for Homeland Security?” Hauptmann placed a case folder on his desk and opened it. A picture … Continue reading

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The Wait

Brittany hated visiting the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, but her grandfather insisted. He’d survived slave labor and building the railway through Thailand. He wanted to visit old friends. Brittany was unmoved. “It wasn’t my war,” she pointed out. She only wanted … Continue reading

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Working for a Living

“Now this is living the life of Riley,” said Alexander. The Ragdoll cat rolled languorously upon a soft blue cushion. The family Siamese cat, Imhotep, batted at thin air. “I suppose it’s okay.” “What do you mean? It’s great!” exclaimed … Continue reading

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