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Post Author at Pan HistoriaMichael Chisholm posts in Astonishing Tales of the Weird West - Out of Print

I thought there'd be more folk at Jake's funeral, but save for the preacher and a few other mourners, the bone yard on the hill outside of town was lonely. The sun shone bright, but a chill wind scattered autumn leaves among the tombstones and whistled in the tree branches overhead. I shivered in spite of my heavy coat.

Jake used to work for the blacksmith, seeing to the horses boarded there while they got shoed. He turned up dead in one of the stalls--apoplexy was the doctor's official pronouncement. I knew better. Jake didn't die as a result of apoplexy. He died of fright. Frank Jessup had come for him, which by itself would have been frightening because of the kind of man Frank Jessup was, but Frank Jessup coming for him was all the more frightening because Frank Jessup was dead.

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