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ARE THE DEAD REALLY DEAD? By DUANE THE GREAT WRITER
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For those who are buried in the ground with Religious Rituals, they will almost for sure return to this earth. Most people are Astrally TapLined with a lot of Karmic Debt, so they must return. I... More > suggest to have the body Cremated to take care of lots of attachments that otherwise holds one to a low level in Life. All the Make-Believe Rituals in the world will not change what a person is or what they have already done. The reason for being on earth is to WakeUp to The Whole of Life, and has nothing to do with what has been created here with all the Political, Religious and Spiritualizm Systems. All those who have passed on are still around and anyone can contact their friends or loved ones anytime they want in Your DreamVisions. As one does The NU-U Sessions before going to bed each night they will have RealGuidance and a RealEducation as to what is really taking place from The RealSide of Life, no matter what a person has been told from the so-called authorities here. www.DuaneTheGreatWriter.info< Less
Obsessed by Bodies By Camilla Summers
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A dead body in the river; Camilla decides to investigate - after all, she knows a tthing or two about bodies...
Body It Be Rising By Earl Chessher
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Told in his own words a bayou man talks about missing ’gator poachers and spooky raising of the dead from the dark bottoms of a hostile environment.
The Body in the Wall By Aline Riva
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When Rye Bailey, a seventh son of a seventh son gypsy with a psychic gift, moves to the former country home of his dead business partner, he begins to be haunted by terrifying visions of a bloody... More > murder - visions only he can see, along with mysterious writing that appears on mirrors bearing the message DEAD. As Rye struggles to deal with the possibility that his new home is haunted, he is also faced with old secrets from his past that also begin to haunt him in a very different way - then he is involved in an accident that leaves him with memory loss, and must struggle all over again to piece together the sinister cause of his visions - as well as uncovering a few shocking secrets about his own past in the process...< Less
A Spare Body By Harvey Platter
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“How many bodies should we have in stock, Ibebi?” Ahmose stood in the doorway between the Embalmers’ Workshop and the small mortuary. “Four, Boss,” the Chief Embalmer... More > answered promptly, “old Ma Aswana, that scribe Phatat, Jocubi the Surveyor and the idiot that broke his neck climbing the city walls the other night.” “So if I told you we have five,” the Supervisor continued to look fixedly into the mortuary, “would you find that interesting?” “What are you talking about, Boss?” Ibebi sounded almost puzzled. “I’m talking about the dead provincial governor that’s lying in the middle of the floor,”< Less
A Spare Body By Harvey Platter
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“How many bodies should we have in stock, Ibebi?” Ahmose stood in the doorway between the Embalmers’ Workshop and the small mortuary. “Four, Boss,” the Chief Embalmer... More > answered promptly, “old Ma Aswana, that scribe Phatat, Jocubi the Surveyor and the idiot that broke his neck climbing the city walls the other night.” “So if I told you we have five,” the Supervisor continued to look fixedly into the mortuary, “would you find that interesting?” “What are you talking about, Boss?” Ibebi sounded almost puzzled. “I’m talking about the dead provincial governor that’s lying in the middle of the floor,”< Less
No Body Armor By Donald R. White
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By the time America decided to engage in Vietnam, the Soviets had already overwhelmed fifteen nations by force and fear. The conflict that followed was one of American history’s toughest... More > infantry wars. American soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War call it “the Nam.” In this unique recollection of deadly, close-quarters infantry combat, author and twenty-year US Army veteran Donald R. White shares his wealth of personal experience, presenting an emotional trip through violence and bloodshed. In the time period between late fall of 1965 and late summer of 1969, hundreds of men were killed in action each week—something that survivors live with daily. Former US Army platoon sergeant Donald R. White reveals detailed facts about infantry war that are bloody, horrific, and shocking. In this personal account, he deals with memories that are seldom happy and often grim, giving readers an eye-witness account of what the Nam was really like for American fighting men.< Less
No Body Armor By Donald R. White
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By the time America decided to engage in Vietnam, the Soviets had already overwhelmed fifteen nations by force and fear. The conflict that followed was one of American history’s toughest... More > infantry wars. American soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War call it “the Nam.” In this unique recollection of deadly, close-quarters infantry combat, author and twenty-year US Army veteran Donald R. White shares his wealth of personal experience, presenting an emotional trip through violence and bloodshed. In the time period between late fall of 1965 and late summer of 1969, hundreds of men were killed in action each week—something that survivors live with daily. Former US Army platoon sergeant Donald R. White reveals detailed facts about infantry war that are bloody, horrific, and shocking. In this personal account, he deals with memories that are seldom happy and often grim, giving readers an eye-witness account of what the Nam was really like for American fighting men.< Less
No Body Armor By Donald R. White
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By the time America decided to engage in Vietnam, the Soviets had already overwhelmed fifteen nations by force and fear. The conflict that followed was one of American history’s toughest... More > infantry wars. American soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War call it “the Nam.” In this unique recollection of deadly, close-quarters infantry combat, author and twenty-year US Army veteran Donald R. White shares his wealth of personal experience, presenting an emotional trip through violence and bloodshed. In the time period between late fall of 1965 and late summer of 1969, hundreds of men were killed in action each week—something that survivors live with daily. Former US Army platoon sergeant Donald R. White reveals detailed facts about infantry war that are bloody, horrific, and shocking. In this personal account, he deals with memories that are seldom happy and often grim, giving readers an eye-witness account of what the Nam was really like for American fighting men.< Less
The Dead & The Buried By Owen Way
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A murder mystery set in the world of archaeology. Archaeology lecturer Wesley Harrow and his colleague Alex Stebbing find themselves caught up in a lethal mystery. A call from an old friend takes... More > the pair to the secretive Petehaven archaeological dig, where a secret has been uncovered which someone will kill to protect. With time running out Wesley has to face an unpleasant reality, whilst Alex has a mystery of her own to solve...< Less