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The Angel Azrael Encounters the Revelation Pilgrims and Other Curiosities

“Old bones like those back in the shop just have a little smouldering spark of power left in them,” Azrael said. “Bibles, though, they’re like lightning bolts. Ain’t many that can handle them without getting destroyed. And I ain’t seen any protective wards on you nephilim like on these pilgrims.”

Of course, as an angel he couldn’t help but look for signs to interpret, whether he wanted to or not.
A Nickel For The Burlap Man

The trestle bridge caught fire in 1911. Crisped from existence, right as a locomotive crossed. The train dropped. The ravine caught it. There’s that banjo tune from back then, something about bone and coal and iron and souls. Sad song about a sad day and fairly accurate. It has a verse about the corn, too.

The trestle bridge caught fire in 1911. The train dropped. The ravine caught it.
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A Nickel For The Burlap Man

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The trestle bridge caught fire in 1911. The train dropped. The ravine caught it.
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The Angel Azrael Delivers Small Mercies

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Introduced by the author, explaining the genesis of the Angel Azrael character, his horror-influenced Weird Western world, and the personal bibles in that world.
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