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Jim was a construction man. One day he was working on an old bridge and got slightly distracted by the cool graffiti under it. He was looking at the artwork. There were colorful letters, numbers and pictures scattered all over the walls. While Jim was looking at all of these markings, he came across a small shriveled up paper covered with writing. He walked over to investigate further. He peeled the tape off of it and took it down from the wall. It was a page of a book. The page was numbered with a fancy number 9 and the text was small. Jim was only halfway into reading it when a seagull swooped in and snatched the paper out of his hands. Jim was determined to find out what the paper said and darted after the bird. He was running fast. Faster than he had ever ran before. He ran through a beach, through the woods and didn't stop. The bird swooped over a fence and landed itself onto a rock with the paper still hidden in its beak. Jim climbed the fence and turned to face the bird. The bird was on a stone alright. A tombstone. Jim was in a graveyard. A chill went down his spine. Gathering his thoughts and ignoring his fear, Jim carefully crept towards the bird to grab the paper. When he reached the tombstone, the bird let the paper fall into Jim's hands. Jim sat down on an empty space of grass and watched the bird fly away. He continued to read the paper and it seemed awfully familiar. As he read further down the page he soon realized that the story he had been reading is about a man named Jim. Jim was a construction worker. Working on an old bridge...

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