“I have gazed on the face of death innumerable times, witnessed it in all its grim manifestations.  Death has no power to freeze my heart, jangle my nerves or sway my reason.  Death to me is no terror of the night but a daylit companion, a familiar condition, a process obedient to scientific laws and answerable to scientific inquiry.”
Dead Men Do Tell Tales, William R. Maples

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