An ink spot had spilled onto the middle of her forehead, and in their innocent eyes, “it looked like someone had put a bullet through her.” “Mamma’s been shot,” they screamed, running home to be sure their mother was still alive.
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The BBC announcer approached the microphone, “There is no news today.” Silence. And then classic piano filled the air waves for another twenty minutes.
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