The Wacky Adventures of Abraham Lincoln #100


Bill Herndon opened his former law partner’s letter and read the final line once more:
I’m coming back sometime, and then we’ll go right on practicing law as if nothing had ever happened.
Strange events had been happening since Abe died.
Odd noises at night.
Books removed from shelves.
Papers strewn on the floor.
It was when the unconscious prostitute appeared on his desk did Herndon fear for the worst.
“Abe liked his post-trial hookers,” he chuckled, and he sent for a exorcist. “You’ve done enough, old friend. It’s time to rest.”
The whore fell to the ground, still comatose.

One thought on “The Wacky Adventures of Abraham Lincoln #100”

  1. Your timing, of course, is impeccable: It’s Lincoln’s 200th birthday…and the 100th anniversary of the issuance of the Lincoln cent.

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