by Mike Bozart
On a foggy morning in 1954, a middle-aged man in San Francisco has a bad toothache. He begins walking to try to get his mind off of it. In a small cafe', he gets some homeopathic advice. But, only the Golden Gate Bridge can offer permanent relief from the acute pain.
Based on a tragic, real-life event.
Approx. 1100 words.
If this tale were a film, it would most likely be rated PG-13 (language).