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What Lies At The Bottom of Plot 105”

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Copyright ©2011 by Troy Kirby

Published by Troy Kirby at Smashwords

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The way that Charlie figured it, he had Dennis got paid shit when they buried someone legit at Potter Cemetery. Things didn’t work out the way they should. For a good burial, the funeral home took about ten grand. The cemetery sold their plots for well over two thousand. But Charlie and Dennis got paid ten dollars each, after taxes, for doing about two hours worth of real digging. That was the stuff that burned Charlie the most. They were doing the haul work, making sure that the man went down to his final resting place in a decent, ordered fashion, and they were paid the least. He tried to get Dennis as animated as he was, but Dennis being Dennis, the man was more indifferent than Charlie.

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