Letter – Eyes opened to new career

Re: Call for goat exorcist; Letters, Nov. 24-30

Eyes opened to new career

Re: Call for goat exorcist; Letters, Nov. 24-30

Please refer me to the closest Veterinary Exorcism school. The letter from Mr. Robert Tyhurst enlightened me to a new and very appropriate career path for myself. I’ll study hard and prepare myself for the intense psychological battles ahead. I want to be the one Victoria depends on when our very city is thrown into disarray, threatened by the fiendish, loose cannons we call “goats.” Who you gonna call?

Rhiana L. Saunders,Victoria

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