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GHOST CLAIMS FOR A NOT PAID LIFE INSURANCE
I have a friend who works on a life insurance group and he told me this weird story that I am going to share with you, my dear readers:

“We are a little and familiar insurance company, so the most people who come to us are people living on the same village.

Some afternoons ago I was closing my computer for going at home when a ghost entered in the office. Yes it was a spectre because I could see the office’s door through.

The phantom said to me: ‘Don’t you recognize me? I am Sam’s brother, the farmer who died falling on the well.’

At first it cost me to recognize his face because of the transparency, but I realized that yes, he was Tom.

‘I am coming because my brother is still waiting to be paid for the insurance.’

‘Yes, I remember you!’ I exclaimed, ‘Oh, my God, I had never expected something similar,’ and without breathing I went to search his expedient file. I told him: ‘The problem was that no medical exam life insurance was done on you, so if you would have read the small print you must know that in this case the insurance only would cover in case of natural death and nothing about an accidental death.’

The Sam’s brother phantom realized that I was right, so he turned around and went across the door without opening it.”

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