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Where Shucky Frazer, The First Man on the Moon, Ended Up

The Story of Ghost Law | Chapter 10

CRAZED COBBLER CRACKS CRANIUM IN CRASH

For his second attempt, Shucky resolved to send a chimpanzee as the pilot while he himself monitored safely from the station. But the chimp, Mr. Crackers, somehow ended up convincing Shucky to let him monitor from the station while Shucky piloted.

COO-COO COBBLER CRASHES, CRIES; CHURLISH CHIMP CHUCKLES

For the third attempt, Shucky and Mr. Crackers came to an agreement that they would both monitor the launch from the station and send the rocket up on its own. This resulted in the final headline before the team’s liftoffs were closed to the press:

UNMANNED ROCKET CRASHES INTO MONITORING STATION; MAN, APE-MAN GET MANHOODS MANGLED

It took eight more attempts before the pair felt confident enough to climb aboard their vessel again. Their first successful flight occurred on March 11, 1833.

Never fear: “Ghost Law: The Journey To Reclaim My Childhood Home Through Due Process” will continue…Next week! Or sooner, depending on laundry.

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