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Associated Press reported this one in the San Antonio Paper as reported to us by Charlie Palmer of Harlinger, Texas. 78550 In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Ken McAvoy, a cancer patient who doctors say has only months to live, is doing a booming business with his offer to deliver a message to the deceased for $20. He placed two advertisements in a regional magazine offering to contact people on the other side and has fielded dozens of calls from people seeking his services. In the first week he had five requests. By the second, he had more than two dozen. Messages ranged from “I love you and will join you soon” to a simple “Why, Dad?” from a child cut out of a will. A neurosurgeon confirmed that the gentleman is suffering from a malignant brain tumor and has from several weeks to three or four months to live. Charlie also sent in the following bit of…

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