There are some phone calls no one wants to answer. Finding out a relative is dead is among the prime examples. Kyle Pierrot finds himself in a unique position, able to notify his own relatives of his demise. The mysterious people working on him in the hospital want him awake for his death, because it seems to be part of their goal.
What things would someone say to a loved one if they had a chance to communicate their demise? What order should they be called? How would they react? What type of secrets are being kept from the people watching the average newscast?
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by on October 26, 2016
- S. R. Mulrune, August 2012
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