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Aunty Clarissa lends a Hand

You might remember the story we wrote about the urn, containing our aunty's ashes. Well, this happened a few months after my aunty's ashes mysteriously disappeared from the urn, this story was told to us by our uncle. (We apologise now for the length, but this story is certainly worth reading) Our Uncle Ronald, who was our aunty's husband, was still a little upset about the death of his wife. He constantly said to us on the phone that he was always thinking of her. Anyway, our aunty died in a car crash and our uncle was in the car with her, but he survived. Well, our uncle was driving through the tunnel,where the first accident occured, in Canada, where he lives, when all of a sudden another car swerved from the other side of the road and was coming at our uncle at a tremendous speed.

Our Uncle Ronald took his hands off the wheel, to sheild his face, when he looked at the passenger side . He saw our Aunty Clarissa (his late wife) sitting there. She put her hands on the steering wheel and turned it. Our uncle's car miraculously dodged the speeding car and bumped softly into the tunnel wall.

When he looked at our aunty she smiled and mouthed the words " I'm thinking of you too," and then she disappeared. When our Uncle Ronald got out of his car, the front didn't have a scratch on it, and neither did he.

It was about 10:00pm, when we got a phone call from someone we didn't know. It was a womans voice and she said, "Switch on the news, but don't worry, he's alright."We panicked and quickly switched on the news. The story was of a man who had crashed his car. They said that the man wasn't there (we later learned that he had went to look for the other driver, but he had sped off). We were all panicking, when we got another phone call. This time it was from our uncle. He said he was alright and then he explained about the previous events.

Our uncle never has mentioned our Aunty Clarissa again, as he knows she is in a better place. We just wish that our aunty had told us why she kept knocking the urn, holding her ashes, off the mantelpiece and where her ashes had vanished off to! writeFooter1()

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Upload Date: 31/12/1969

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