Death from the Pyramid (Part 2, page 3 of 5)


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Part 2

‚Äč On the way back she asked her grandfather Albert if he thought there had been foul play on her father's death and she could see in his eyes when he spoke of him that he did wonder that but with her father's body had been cremated no use to wonder that. She knew that her father's body hadn't been cremated so why did he think that. Her mother and her second husband was in Asia on a nine month exculsive live over for who knows what and it would be very easy to have her father's remains exhumed and would the authorities be able to tell what did kill him if it was posion. She asked her grandfather for some money and he looked at her like she was some kind of monster then he told her that was the kind of games her mother had pulled on his deceased wife for her to be able to talk with Kathy over the phone for awhile. Kathy told her grandfather the real reason she wanted the money. He called his lawyer and put into works where his son's body.would be exhumed and a autospy be done. The judge who heard their request allowed the body to be exhumed but the family had to pay for the autospy which was no problem. They were allowed to have a room at the city morgue to do that autospy and it would take a few weeks so the Johansburgs and their fellow archaeologist both professionals and amateures took off for Egypt. OnDr. Johansburg's private plane was Kathy and her group of friends and fellow amateur archaeologist. The seats recline so they could sleep. The flight attendant was very friendly. Kathy and her grandfather sat in the two back row seats. On a second plane that he chartered was the professional archaeologist and equipement

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