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Civil War Transcendence, part 432

Having a hot Colt pistol barrel put to his temple, wasn’t Throckmorton’s idea of fun. His body tensed and he gasp for breath. I don’t believe the pain from his injuries held a candle to the possibility of being executed … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 431

I held on for dear life as Stonewall executed one of his tremendous leaps and began galloping down the side street. As I passed by the side of the Throckmorton house, I saw that Al had dismounted and was at … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 430

When I entered the telegraph office, Pvt. Richards and Pvt. Gray jumped to attention and saluted. I returned their salutes and asked for pencil and paper. I quickly drafted a message to Mosby, asking him to ride to Shepherdstown with … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 429

  I fired my Colt into the floor between Eldredge’s feet. He jumped about a foot, screamed, and threw up his hands in front of his face. He remained in that position for a while and then began to cry. … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 428

  I knew that Throckmorton was behind the local spy ring. His killers had tried to kill me, Daphne and my friends.  The ride-by shooting was the last straw.  I couldn’t allow this to go on. That was what led … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 427

I walked over and hoisted myself into Stonewall’s saddle. Lieutenant Kirkland and Al mounted their cayuses, also.  Al was still looking apprehensively in my direction. I know he thought I was coming down with some sort of illness. I looked … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 426

  A NOVELETTE OF TRAVEL BACK IN TIME   We rounded up the horse belonging to the killer that Al had just offed, along with the horse of the man that died on the river bank. That cayuse was temporarily … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 425

It didn’t take long.  I saw two riders come galloping down the street brandishing shotguns. I immediately hit the floor as sprays of buckshot busted out the front window and permeated the façade and door of the telegraph office. Once … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 424

Stonewall must have been keeping an eye on me, because as soon as the aliens disappeared, he trotted over to me. This prompted a massage session for my faithful cayuse, who I believe went to sleep with his head against … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 423

Imbued with the new spirit of cooperation, I asked Kann Mer Ray and San Cirr Ray, “Please, listen to my proposal, and cut it to pieces if you don’t like it. I’m a big boy and can take the criticism.” … Continue reading

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