‘Skeletons dance ‘ By Douglas R Brayton II

A small corrupt town in the pacific northwest called Skeleton Dirtyton USA 98584. A mob of socialists disguised as a town attempt to frame someone anyone for a quadruple homicide that was slow to be solved and costing millions with no real clues in sight. Desperate investigators and careers were on the line and several years and millions of dollars later a fateful but ill fated decision was made to “get” the case solved. A scapegoat was needed and in Skeleton there were plenty of “floating bones” in the dead zone to own. And as luck would have it an eccentric and aging Native American Poet of odd quality and fantastic eccentricities so much so it would be easy to see him go, but failing to see the future this mob of sadistic Socialist agonists would naively embark on a journey emboldened by a corrupt attorney a willing deputy and an indoctrinated municipal judge paid and willing. The would be coup of killers opening a pandoras box of haunt hell and desperate unwant. The soon to be victim an Arikara Indian of a desolate land of wind sun and lost spirits. Skeleton Town in Dirtyton USA was courting a psychic manifestation in blissfull arrogant ignorance that would result in a catastrophic apocalyptic event reducing the Skeletal remnants of the shabby town to ashes and dust..

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