Fifty-Five

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Genesis sits in the drivers seat avoiding the weather that comes with the first month of Spring

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Genesis sits in the drivers seat avoiding the weather that comes with the first month of Spring. He's parked in the cemetery keeping himself busy as a group of people task themselves with getting ready to rebury his father. Gee came to Kentucky specifically for this, but he still doesn't feel a sense of closure watching them lower the casket into the ground.

He originally had his father's body exhumed in November and it's now the beginning of March. A nearly four month journey that feels nowhere near over. He's spent thousands on opening and closing the grave, tests, and investigating, but he didn't regret a penny.

The Forensic pathologist, Suzanne, finished her portion of the job by determining his cause of death – Acute Cardiac Toxicity due to Oleander Poisoning.

The private investigator on the other hand hasn't given him much news and it's pissing Gee off now. He understood investigations take time, but now he feels the man is giving him the run around and playing with the money he spent.

Seeing a Ford Escape coming down the cemetery road, Gee already knows it's the private investigator. He rolls his window down right as the P.I. pulls up next to him. "Hey," the P.I. says casually like everything's all good.

"Hey? I heard from you only two times last month. I'm paying you. You haven't been checking in or giving updates. You haven't given me any new answers in a month. You need to give me my money back or tell me what's up."

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