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Ghost in a Coal Mine II by Johnny Napier

Jimmy called me about two weeks after we helped them at the mine up on the hill. They had fourteen people killed in an explosion under their mine. That happen back in 1945, but it wasn’t a mine explosion. They killed 14 kids that worked in that mine and tried to make it look like it was an explosion. So we had to go back in there and try to find all of them, but without the help of Charlie, we never would have found them because Charlie came through the ground to get help after twenty years. Charlie was a ghost. So when Jimmy called me, it kind of surprised me because I hadn’t talked to him in a while, but he said they needed some help on this one. I said, “Help on what?” He said, “Looks like another place, they say they have ghost in it.” I said, “You have got to be kidding me. Where are these things coming from?” He said, “It looks like they are telling the others who helped them the last time, and so you got elected to come to them.” “Me? it’s your job to help those people. I don’t work in there anymore.” I asked him, “Has Hank got back from school yet?” He said, “Yes, and he can’t do anything with them. They are mean, very mean.” “And where are they at?” He said, “In West Virginia.” I asked him, “Are you going to be there this time with us? I do want Hank there.” Jimmy told me, “We can have anyone that I want to be there.” I ask him, “Can you get Charlie?” He said, “Now there are some things I can’t do. If I could bring him back from the dead, I would sure have him there helping you.” I said, “Yeah, I would to. When do you want me there?” “Tomorrow morning if you can get there.” “Okay, have my crew there, we might need them.”

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