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Inquests: Living With the Dead is about forty dead people, a dog, and the one thing they all have in common: the life of Judge Thomas Mitchell Shamburger. Judge Shamburger combines incidents from his life in rural East Texas with tales from his duties as coroner, with stories of murder, suicide, accidents, and some people who just “passed away.” Most people leave this world Inquests: Living With the Dead is about forty dead people, a dog, and the one thing they all have in common: the life of Judge Thomas Mitchell Shamburger. Judge Shamburger combines incidents from his life in rural East Texas with tales from his duties as coroner, with stories of murder, suicide, accidents, and some people who just “passed away.” Most people leave this world with an untold story. The judge brings their stories back to life by masterly infusing his reality, humor, and his own history. Get some insights into how one Texas judge looks at the world, and why some Texans think the way they do. Meet his family and get a taste of old-time Winona, Texas (pop. 622). Murders, suicides, and accidents happen in the country as well as in the city. The mysteries of death on television are solved using CSI technology, on-the-spot DNA testing, and all kinds of gimmicks, all within the hour. In real life, things are different, and some mysteries will never be solved. A few stories of death linger on, while others are buried on the lips of those in the grave. Laugh, cry, wonder, and take a closer look at yourself through these memorable stories. Death comes to us all. You may find it is time to start living—maybe even living with the dead! From: Chapter 17 The Gunslingers Inquest #1236: Unhappy Birthday “I bought him the shotgun for his birthday. I told him not to play with it. It was not a toy,” exclaims an emotional wife, crying her eyes out. “He had done this before. Like it was a game.” “Don’t worry,” he would say, pointing the gun to his head and pulling the trigger. “It’s not loaded.” The last time, it was. “Through the words of this book you will see through my eyes what I have seen throughout the years.”


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Inquests: Living With the Dead is about forty dead people, a dog, and the one thing they all have in common: the life of Judge Thomas Mitchell Shamburger. Judge Shamburger combines incidents from his life in rural East Texas with tales from his duties as coroner, with stories of murder, suicide, accidents, and some people who just “passed away.” Most people leave this world Inquests: Living With the Dead is about forty dead people, a dog, and the one thing they all have in common: the life of Judge Thomas Mitchell Shamburger. Judge Shamburger combines incidents from his life in rural East Texas with tales from his duties as coroner, with stories of murder, suicide, accidents, and some people who just “passed away.” Most people leave this world with an untold story. The judge brings their stories back to life by masterly infusing his reality, humor, and his own history. Get some insights into how one Texas judge looks at the world, and why some Texans think the way they do. Meet his family and get a taste of old-time Winona, Texas (pop. 622). Murders, suicides, and accidents happen in the country as well as in the city. The mysteries of death on television are solved using CSI technology, on-the-spot DNA testing, and all kinds of gimmicks, all within the hour. In real life, things are different, and some mysteries will never be solved. A few stories of death linger on, while others are buried on the lips of those in the grave. Laugh, cry, wonder, and take a closer look at yourself through these memorable stories. Death comes to us all. You may find it is time to start living—maybe even living with the dead! From: Chapter 17 The Gunslingers Inquest #1236: Unhappy Birthday “I bought him the shotgun for his birthday. I told him not to play with it. It was not a toy,” exclaims an emotional wife, crying her eyes out. “He had done this before. Like it was a game.” “Don’t worry,” he would say, pointing the gun to his head and pulling the trigger. “It’s not loaded.” The last time, it was. “Through the words of this book you will see through my eyes what I have seen throughout the years.”

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