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Post Author at Pan HistoriaGeorge Hearst posts in Deadwood

Hearst leaned back in his chair at the Homestake Mine. He’d slept there a couple of nights, worried about the goddamn haunting gossip coming out of his new property. Stupid, idiotic Celts, telling tales that did nothing for the other workers but frighten them like pagan children. He should have Colwyn kick some of those Welsh miners, repeating their tommyknocker stories. Now there was some sort of ghosts, an apparition that would come out of drifts and practically knock over a man working on such delicate operations as blasting caps and lines. One man even talked about seeing a woman’s spirit in the mine. If that latter got out no one would work there for fear of bad luck.

“Where is that fucking Welshman!” he roared, rising up and knocking over the chair.

One of his little rabbits went running off to fetch Colwyn, the lead miner for the Welsh crew. As soon as he arrived, Hearst started ranting about the tommyknockers, the spirits, and bad luck lies. He had spent a pretty bit of coin for the property and wasn’t about to lose out. The little man—a hard worker and proud of it—didn’t like being in the boss’ office. He liked his rock and holes in the ground. He rarely came to the office, associating it with being raked. He stood barefaced as a wall of granite waiting for Hearst to finish his tirade.

“I am peskily pissed at this rigmarole. Deal with it! You keep your men’s mouths shut and their heads down. I pay better than most and they have many years of work here if they don’t fuck it up!” he growled. He shook a fist at his Welsh lead. “You get off your goddamn prat and do something! Don’t talk to me again until it is dealt with. You hear?”

The other man’s face was deep red, veins pulsing at temple and throat. He was angry but not stupid. “Yes, sir.”

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