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...contained three significant annotations:
1. Another agency had ``borrowed'' parts Par's file. 2. There were medical ``issues'' surrounding Par. 3. SS documents covering the time of Black Mountain incident had been destroyed for various reasons that become clear the book. 4. The remaining SS documents had been moved into ``deep-storage'' and would take two weeks to retrieve.
With only one week before our publisher's `Use it or lose it.' dead-line, the chances of obtaining secondary confirmation of the Black Mountain events did not look promising.
While we waited for leads on the long trail of ex, transfered and seconded SS agents who might have been involved in the Black Mountain raid, I turned to resolving the two inconsistencies in Par's story; Hurricane Hugo and the strange invisibility of the Black Mountain Motel.
Hurricane Hugo had wreathed a path of destruction, but like most most hurricanes heading... Connors, Jimmy
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