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Scouting for the next investigation was grunt work and Miles made certain that the office was aware of such, especially after a long week of late nights, earlier mornings, and a hectic pace that never seemed to tire.
But, here he was regardless.
Inspecting a sturdy granite mausoleum and jotting down a few notes, Miles had missed Piper's grand entrance into the very same cemetery. He'd been there the better part of an hour, working his way towards the back of the lot as he went. This particular cemetery had the usual mundane sightings attached to it, but the owner had finally heckled the office enough to warrant at least a cursory investigation. So far, he had yielded nothing of of merit.
Stepping around one corner, Miles thought he spied a shape in the corner of his eye and upon turning, found that he was no longer alone out here. A young woman sat, appearing to be dozed off near a tombstone. She did not even stir as he approached, which was curious. The shovel laid in her lap was even more curious.
"Something tells me you're not here to mourn." Why else would she have that tool at the ready? So Miles plucked it off her lap, expecting the woman to stir. She remained asleep. Miles stuck the shovel into the dirt and leaned an arm on it, waiting for sleeping beauty to open her eyes.
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