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I know I said I was leaving after my
Star Trek and Indy stories were done
but I had do something for Halloween.
original idea and story.

' What's the matter Pure,' I called my horse since he never gave me no troubles,always helped me when I needed it ,never bothers from him , that is until now , we were on our way to Sir Gulch, our next town we had to stop at and suddenly in the middle of the road we saw something moved but what , at first I thought it was a snake , all sorts of Rattles out here ,but I'm glad it wasn't .

Suddenly the ground opened up and I saw a casket pop out .The casket opened slowly and a Indian appear , I wanted to turn and run but being a Deputy back in my town of Grayrock I been trying to prove my worth to the townpeople and the Sheriff, his name was Billy Rock.

The Indian didn't seem dangerous or hostile a little confuse maybe lost perhaps .He didn't have no weapon of any sort just a few feathers badly used ones at that . He stepped out of the coffin and looked around, then he saw me and my horse name Pure there, he approached us shaking his head . I'd looked down at him and asked,' Can I help you .'

' I am lost, looking for Tombstone they told me that was my final resting place , where I am stranger ? ' he asked .

' I'm heading to Sir Gulch, yor about a hundred miles from Tombstone .' He stepped back into the casket, but before the lid closed I'd heard him say ,' I knew I should had taking that left turn at Albuquergue .'

The casket disappeared as me and my horse name Pure continued on to the town of Sir Gulch,' No one will ever believe me .'


a tribute to Bugs Bunny,' Did you say Albuquergue ,doc.'


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Reviewed by steve Chering 10/6/2009
Yeeha' I feel like a mess a beans now. Westerns always make me hungry.
It's a good job I've got plenty of beans. Beans and westerns westerns and beans. Yippee-kyay? good job Richard.

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