Death from the Pyramid (Part 1, page 2 of 5)


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Part 1

​ kathy grabbed a piece of all meat pizza and a diet cola and took a seat on a ottoman. After eveyone had finished their suggestion which sounded boring not just to kathy but everyone else. She held up the advertisement and read it to the group. The eight week course would be free and held at the home of Dr. Johansburg then a free trip to a ancient Egypt pyramid. She said she was sure they would be accepted but gave no reason why she was certain that their group would be accepted. The others liked the idea but none of them was so convinced that they would be accepted

​ kathy grabbed a laptop and started their application for the course and dig. When she was finished she had all nine of them plus herself to sign beside their name. hers was the last name to be typed and then signed. She folded it and put it into a over night delivery envelope which she had bought at the college post office on her way to Chris's apartment. She left and peddled back to the community college arriving there at the post office just in time to give it to the postman before he left to take the out going mail to the main post office. The next afternoon after college she tracked the next day delivery and seen that it had just arrived. She waited untill after dinner and still no reply she thought well maybe he's out of town or something but she was sure that her group would be wanting to know something. She wondered if she should just tell them the truth or make up some kind of lie. They were all calling her wondering where she was about nine she decided to go ahead and go over and tell them the truth maybe what she had been told all of these years was true but the little girl inside of her wanted to believe something entirely different. On the application they also listed their addresses and phone numbers

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