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In the small town of Diction the gentle autumn breeze rustled the golden leaves of the oak trees The streets in this small town were as empty as a blondes head There were no lights on in any of the houses and it was so quite you could hear a mouse walking around at one hundred feet The sun slowly sank behind the western horizon sending golden rays over the town this cast droodping shadows all around All of the people were at the city hall where the mayor and chief of police were addressing a very nervous crowdQuite Quite Please Evcryone settle down yelled the mayorYou know why we are here said the mayor as the crowd became real attenative listeners Now lets get it over with there was a murderer amongst us but we have caught the killer Everyone is safe now the murderer is locked up in jail and will be sent up the river tomorrow morning Said the mayor as he left the building The hostile crowd yelled out letem fry kill the killerNow none of that ya here screamed the chief The problem is taken care of so take you scared butts homeEveryone left but inquiring minds still wanted to know who the killer was So a small group headed for the local jail They marched hurredly before the chief saw them Then someone asked a younger fellow What happended I mean like what is the story of the murdererWell I dont really know no one does but I think it had to do with this parade said Jim Jones It all started with Barbara Louise Billy Bob Betty Lu Ben Dover Seargent Ashworth Miss Daisy and Ms Billington These were the contestants of the annual Diction Parade Said Jim as he went into his version of the storyThe small town rustled with gossip soon all of the houses in Diction had a story teller repeating there version of the
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