F.S.W.P.

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic

The ninety A4 pieces of handwritten paper I found under the bed of Gerald Fry (deceased) I believe to be a true account of his extraordinary life...

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Mr. Fly


A dying man in a Hospice in Hackney, London, asks a nurse if he could have a pencil and some paper; he wishes to write down his life story before he dies. The nurse grants the dying man his wish
not knowing that the dying man will start to chronicle something quite extraordinary.
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Our Friend


To the outside world, RAF Croughton, was and still is a communications station for the American Military. It is far from that...
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Debunking


Please remember that when Gerald was writing this, he was in a Hospice, dying, and being a nurse, I am only too well aware of the effects the drugs that a patient receiving 'end of life care' can
have on a patient.
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I Read The Redacted Part


I wish I hadn't done it; but I held the redacted part up to a bright lamp and could read what Gerald had written. I also wish I hadn't done it; but I also Googled the names, dates, and causes of
death that Gerald had document. They all checked out...
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Coincidence?


This part of Gerald's writing I find very hard to take/believe/accept. But as I believe all of what has come before this section, I guess I have no choice to believe this section too...
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